do you have any opinion what is the practical lowest system speed and
resources that are needed to take a Windows computer and add this type
Operating Systems: all 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows
XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7
(including Server operating Systems).
Memory: 256 mb or more of RAM
Processor speed: 1.0 ghz or above
About 50 MB of storage space.
seems to be too low for a working system.
I have a old WinXP system that may be able to have it, since it has a
better memory and drive space. I think the CPU speed is 1.0 Ghz or
better as well.
I know a few people who have vision issues. It would be great to have a
system that they can use without being able to read the screen.
On 06/03/2012 06:00 PM, Jude DaShiell wrote:
On the nvda-project site under openoffice you'll find a registry patch
which I downloaded and merged since nvda won't have openoffice or
libreoffice speaking without that registry patch. Also, I'm running
windows 7 on a 32-bit machine. I'd have to get another machine with
more memory and better motherboard to run in 64-bit mode. I have 1 gig
of ram on the machine and it's a Dell which is proprietary architecture
so we have lots of moving parts here. http://www.nvda-project.org/ for
the screen reader download page. It too like libreoffice is open source
and if you know python you too can improve the program.
On Sun, 3 Jun 2012, V Stuart Foote wrote:
Sorry, didn't catch this the first time through your posting. Please double
check your entrance sequence to use Accessibility Tools in Libre Office:
The sequence you list would put you in the Appearance panel, not the
Accessibility panel--need to enter a second "a"
<alt>t -- Tools
<alt>o -- Options
a -- for the Appearance panel
a -- for the Accessibility panel
<tab> -- enter accessibility panel, positioned on the "Support Assistive
Technology Tools (program restart required)
<space> -- space bar to toggle on or toggle off
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