Assistive technology compatibility

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The following is a list of assistive technology products and their compatibility with Firefox.

Assistive Technology Type Compatibility notes
Dragon Naturally Speaking 1-8 Voice command and dictation Not compatible
Dragon Naturally Speaking 9 or later Voice command and dictation Compatible with problems:
For many details and tips, see http://www.speechcomputing.com/node/942
Mouseless browsing extension recommended
Select and Say not working
Fire Vox free, open source screen reading extension Compatible
Talking Clipboard free, tts screen reading extension Compatible
Hal, Lunar, Supernova (demo/trial versions available Screen reader, screen magnifier Compatible from version 10 up.
JAWS 1.x-6.x Screen reader Not compatible
JAWS 7.0 Screen reader Same problems as with JAWS 7.1, and then some more. Technical support requires JAWS 7.1 (we think).
JAWS 7.1 Screen reader Compatible with some problems. Problems include:
Notification of text format changes is not complete
Occasional flakiness or duplicated text when reading through document content
Occasional flakiness when reading announcing the current page in the tabbed browsing list.
Does not work well with framed pages
Occasionally loses place when returning to a previously visited page, resetting position to the top of the document
Keystroke conflicts with tabbed browsing
Unexplained performance issues
JAWS 8.0 (trial/demo version available) Screen reader Compatible with some problems. Problems include:
For the configuration to load, in ConfigNames.ini in the Shared settings folder, add the line "firefox3.0=firefox".
Notification of text format changes is not complete
Occasionally loses place when returning to a previously visited page, resetting position to the top of the document
Please also see Common JAWS Questions in the accessibility FAQ.
JAWS 9.0 (trial/demo version available) Screen reader Compatible with some problems. Problems include:
Notification of text format changes is not complete
Occasionally loses place when returning to a previously visited page, resetting position to the top of the document
Please see the Wiki page devoted to JAWS-Firefox compatibility.
MAGic (trial/demo version available) Screen magnifier Unknown
NVDA Free (open source) screen reader Compatible. Version 0.6p1 or above is strongly recommended.
Window-Eyes 1.0-5.0 Screen reader Not compatible
Window-Eyes 5.5, Window-Eyes 6.0 (trial/demo version available) Screen reader Compatible
ZoomText 1-7 Screen magnifier Not compatible
ZoomText 8.0x-8.11 Screen magnifier No AppReader or DocReader. Workaround:
Start ZoomText.
Start Firefox.
Press CTRL+SHIFT+U to bring up the ZoomText user interface.
Click on the Help menu.
Click Tech Support.
In the Fix-It command field, type in:
CLASSTOOL
Click Fix-It
You'll see a wrench attached to the mouse pointer, left click within the Firefox window.
A dialog box will open, for Window Class Definition, choose "ChildWindow" in the drop-down menu.
Click Ok.
Click the Close button to close the About box.
Exit and restart ZoomText & Firefox.
Now you should be able to use AppReader/DocReader in Firefox.
Note: May not have column reading support with DocReader/AppReader. Mouse echo does not read by line.
ZoomText 8.12 and ZoomText 9.0x (trial/demo version available) Screen magnifier Partially compatible: May not have column reading support with DocReader/AppReader. Mouse echo does not read by line.
ZoomText 9.x Screen magnifier Compatible
Assistive technology Type Compatibility notes
Dasher Alternative input using pointer Partially compatible
Fire Vox Free, open source screen reading extension Should be compatible, but may require special installation procedures. Details unknown.
Gnome Magnifier Screen magnifier Partially compatible
Gnopernicus Screen reader Not compatible
GOK Onscreen keyboard Partially compatible
Jambu Improved Web Accessibility for Switch and Alternative Pointer Users Compatible
LSR Screen reader Not compatible
ORCA Screen reader Compatible
Assistive Technology Type Compatibility notes
Fire Vox Free, open source screen reading extension Should be compatible, but need details
VoiceOver Screen reader Not yet compatible




Based on information from Assistive technology compatibility (mozillaZine KB)

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