[chuck-users] blind user
rdpoor at gmail.com
Wed Sep 1 14:15:22 EDT 2010
For ChucK , I've always used emacs as my editor and a terminal window for
performance. I'm curious: why do people use MiniAudicle? And for our blind
community, what do you wish it would do that a straight text editor and
terminal window doesn't do?
On Wed, Sep 1, 2010 at 09:39, Rich Caloggero <rjc at mit.edu> wrote:
> I am a blind user who has played around with chuck! Chuck is perfectly
> accessible via command shell in either linux or windows. The language is
> great and running programs is simple.
> The GUI environment, mini audical, is another matter. I was not able to use
> it on Windows; have not tried on Mac or Linux.
> I wonder if a rewrite in java using Swing UI classes would be feassible.
> This would probably give the most access, cross platform and with little
> extra coding. You do need to use Swing though, otherwise the code to talk
> with MSAA (microsoft Active Accessibility) will need to be written by hand,
> which is probably a big pain!
> Write me off list at rjc at mit.edu
> -- Rich
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> Would like to know if there are any other blind users of chuck besides
>> myself and perhaps talk to them offlist so as to not spam the list
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