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--- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 01/2011) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- UXDOTS Screen Reader for Linux is a screen reader program designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This screen reader program supports synthetic speech and braille output for programs running under the Linux operating system, including databases, Internet software, word processers, office packages, synthetic speech systems, and diverse programming languages. Features include cursor routing; softcursor recognition and tracing; display of screen attributes such as colors; definition and searching of markers; ability to load and modify configurations (profiles) while running programs; automatic loading of the appropriate profile for the current program; support of all text modes (e.g., 60 lines, 132 columns); definition of search windows; line routing by means of a vertical line (if existent); display of keyboard status (Caps-, Num-, and Scroll-Lock); online help; and automatic recognition of the connected braille display. COMPATIBILITY: For use with any personal computer running Linux. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Installation packages are available for SuSE and Red Hat Linux distributions. Braille displays supported include displays from F.H. Papenmeier (Braillex 2D Screen, Braillex 2D Lite, Braillex Tiny, Notebook Braillex Compact, Braillex EL2D-40, Braillex EL2D-66, Braillex EL80, Braillex EL2D-Win, and Braillex EL40P); Handy Tech Elektronik GmbH (various displays); and Baum Elektronik GmbH (Vario 40). Hardware speech synthesizers supported include Infovox 700. OPTIONS: Personal Edition or Professional Edition.
Notes: A demo version may be downloaded from the manufacturer's web site.
Price: Contact manufacturer.
This product record was updated on January 11, 2011.
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Cooperative Computing and Communication Laboratory (C-Lab)Furstenallee 11
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