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--- DISCONTINUED. (Verified December 2002) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Flipper is a voice-output screen access program. The program reads back the contents of the computer screen via a speech synthesizer. Flipper works while the user is running another program, allowing access to standard applications software. The user can select what portion of the screen is read back by typing in certain keys on the keyboard. Flipper will also announce the position of the cursor on the screen, and announce features of the text such as color or inverse video. The program can be commanded to search for particular text, or for particular video attributes (like inverse video). Other features of Flipper include: optional pronunciation of capital letters, ability to screen a row for changes and read it for changes, and reading of digits separately or as numbers. Text can be read or spelled without entering review mode. Online help is provided. COMPATIBILITY: For use on IBM PS/2 and IBM PC computers. Flipper works with a variety of speech synthesis hardware, including Accent, Artic, DECTalk, Votrax, and Sounding Board.
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