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[Done] Edits on 2/6/2012

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  1. Ken Saunders 9 posts
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    "Firefox has a variety of Screen Reader Add-ons for Firefox. " No screen reader/text to voice add-ons listed under the previous AMO link. I've linked to the speech tag results on AMO. It lists two text to speech add-ons compatible with latest release. I've also removed the redundant use of the word Firefox and reduced the line to simply "Screen Reader Add-ons for Firefox"

    Some Windows screen reader software Changed to "Free screen reader software for Windows" as the first one implies that the screen readers are a Windows brand. Added NVDA. Free, open source, supported by Mozilla

    "Firefox has a variety of Screen Reader Add-ons for Firefox. " No screen reader/text to voice add-ons listed under the previous AMO link. I've linked to the speech tag results on AMO. It lists two text to speech add-ons compatible with latest release. I've also removed the redundant use of the word Firefox and reduced the line to simply "Screen Reader Add-ons for Firefox" '''Some Windows screen reader software''' Changed to "Free screen reader software for Windows" as the first one implies that the screen readers are a Windows brand. Added NVDA. Free, open source, supported by Mozilla
  2. David Weir 179 posts
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    OK thats fine I have edited again by adding some mac links for screen readers and multi platforum once

    OK thats fine I have edited again by adding some mac links for screen readers and multi platforum once