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Blindfold games looking for a new opportunity

Hi all,

I’ve received this email back on the 23rd of May. I’ve thought about whether to post it, or just link to its survey, and decided that the whole email is best. Marty, the creator of blindfold games, needs help, and the email is below.


Need your help – New Company: Curriculum-based Games for VI students
Testers,
 
My business partners and I from prior businesses are about to launch a new company to provide game-based curriculum for teachers of visually impaired preK
through 12 students.
 
Our background includes Blindfold Games, and another company we started in the early 2000s to provide IEP management for school districts.  I am already
working with several teachers and professors in this area.
 
There’s a one page synopsis at the bottom of this email, which is included in this survey: 
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/k12vi-survey   
 
I’m simply looking for help to distribute the survey – passing this on to any and all teachers would really help.
 
If I get sufficient responses that indicate this can become a viable company that makes a difference, we will finish the private funding effort and launch
the company.  I would be glad to share the results of the survey with you.
 
Thanks,
 
Marty
 
 
 
Here’s the one-page info:
 
Over the past 4 years our company has created 80 accessible games downloaded by more than 20,000 visually impaired people.  These games range from Puzzle
Games to Card Games to Sports Games to TV Game Shows to Board Games to Word Games.  About a dozen of the games are used by TVIs for orientation and mobility
practice.
 
Now, we are looking to take our successful game concept and use it to support the work of teachers of students with visual impairments, orientation and
mobility specialists and others who support the educational programs of students with visual impairments.
 
Our team’s background include the members of Blindfold Games (mentioned above), and the founders of a company that provides comprehensive solutions for
the management and regulatory reporting requirements of Special Student Populations, including the IEP (Individualized Education Plan).
 
We are creating a new company that will provide educational curriculum via games for preK-12 students with visual impairments.  Games will be based on
the goals and objectives in each student’s Individual Education Plan, and will record the student’s progress automatically.  We realize IEP goals vary
from child to child and are a road map supporting children to achieve their individualized goals. We are confident you’ll find games that will support
your students in achieving their goals. All members of the IEP team: teachers, therapists, specialists and parents – will be able to monitor the student’s
progress.
 
We need your input to make this new company a reality.
 
The games we design will address all areas of the expanded core curriculum. They will be accessible to students who are screen reader users and those with
usable vision. A small sampling of topics to be covered by the games include: Sequencing, Memorization, Pattern Matching, Orientation, Grids, Calendars,
100s Charts, Simple Graphs, Rule-based games, Turn-taking, Coordinate Geometry, Arithmetic, Algebra, Grade-level Spelling, and Grade-level Grammar
 
 
Our games will be fun and educational. They are based on the feedback thousands of Blindfold Games fans have provided.   Students will be able to enjoy
the games on all popular devices: mobile phones, tablets, netbooks, PCs and Macs.
 
The games will be built as a collaborative effort between game designers and curriculum experts, such as teachers of students with visual impairments,
orientation and mobility specialists,  and vision rehabilitation therapists. When using a game, student progress data is stored in a cloud-based infrastructure,
easily connected to most IEP systems.
 
Our plan is to develop and market these educational games as part of a sustainable business that will have a long-term positive impact.


Thanks for your support.

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Klango closing May 24

Hi all,
On this posting through Klango.net they announce their closing as of May 24th. OI saw an email saying I had a new message. I’ve not personally used the service in many years, and have not used the oftware in some time. I did look at it and saw some cool things, but then stopped using it. I thought it was great for those who used computers, yet wanted a simpler interface for browsing the web and listening to audio. I was able to listen to my internet station through it, and found the messaging cool. How many have used it, and what do you think is next?

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The zone is closing

There is no official date for the zone bbs closing, but it is now officially announced. Some months ago, it was rumored that the zone was closing on a thread on there. There was nothing official, and I was just curious on what was up.

On February 18, 2018: it was announced and a mass log in was announced for 9 eastern on that day. At the time I logged in, there was a total of 117 total users logged in. People are allowed to exchange contact info, and I’d say that you should do that with people you trust.

While I’ve dropped off the zone for awhile, and haven’t really participated for a number of years, I have enjoyed my time. It was an interesting ride, and I did get first on one of the week’s football pools and I had a lot of fun.
There have been people bashing, and people who are nice. One of the threads indicates a replacement site, but it seems to be on a forum site. While I respect people wanting to have a site that would be similar to the zone, I don’t think a forum site is the right solution.

Now-a-day, sites like face book and twitter have become more accessible, and of course linked in for those who are looking for jobs or connections.

My user number over on the zone is 769, so you can find information on contacting me there., and of course, this blog will continue to run and podcasts released.

To J.J. and the gang, it has been fun. Thanks for creating a very interesting site.

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Hotbraille now a spanish site dealing with Java

Hi all,

Those of us who have been around awhile on the net remember a site called hotbraille.com. I got a piece of text that wasn’t translated properly, so sent an Email. They just said resubmit it. It was important, so I went elsewhere. It worked with short texts up to 2 pages or so of print.

For the longest time, the site was dormant, and decided to check in to it today. It looks like, and I have it confirmed, that Hot Braille is now a site promoting the teaching of Java in Spanish.

One thing I worry about when we have a good site that closes for some reason or another, is the bad that can come with the particular site. In this case, I think the promotion of Java in an alternate language other than English is all right by me. I don’t think it fits the domain, and I’m wondering why they chose that one for a spanish blog on Java? We’ll never know.

I thought I’d write about this, in hopes people might find it interesting.

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IOS releases 11.2.5 rom apple

I heard about IOS 11.2.5, which is an interesting update number for apple. Anyhow, I found the applevis posting on it and gave it a read. This is definitely something to be aware of when we upgrade, as there looks to be some regressions.

Remember that each device is going to be completely different in the way it handles the updates, and users here may not experience whats reported in the post.

Hope you enjoy the read, and let me know what you find to be a problem.

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Apple releases IOS 11.2

Hi all,

On the heals of a bug, Apple released 11.2 bringing voice over fixes among other things. Please check out the Apple Vis post for the highlights of fixes as they also link to other sources.

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IOS app updates

hi all,

On September 25, 2017: some two days after installing IOS version 11 on my phone, I was able to install updates to various apps with no issue. On the IOS 11 post from Apple Vis, it was reported that people were having issues receiving updates from apps. I had not gone in to the IOS store at all since the update, and I was on LTE when I saw the updates.

In no way am I saying that there are issues, there well could be issues with the update process. I’m just saying that I did not have any issues with the update process.

The IOS store has had a redesign, and I am going to explore it a little more closely. It looks straight forward for the app store’s new layout, but I haven’t explored it thoroughly. I just wanted to post this, in case people run across this to see if I was having any issues with updating, and I have not as of yet. I saw I had 5 updates, and I did hit the fresh button which braught 3 more, but I was not overly concerned about it.

I’ll definitely monitor this, in case there are issues. I’d rather know about the issues, than not at all, just in case I do have them.

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IOS 11 is here

Hello everyone. APPLE Vis has tons of coverage on the new IOS version 11 that was released on September 19th. It is important you check it out, because there are some regressions in braille support in this first version. There are some changes as well. Instead of linking to the various articles and blog posts, I’m linking to their site and you can go and find the things that are of interest to you. If you’ve checked out IOS 11, please feel free to share your thoughts on this blog.

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Jaws becomes jaws 2018 this fall

Herbie tipped me off to this, and I got a chance to catch up with the freedom scientific podcast. Podcast 142 indicates that Freedom Scientific will merge all of their products in to a numbering scheme that is conventional for all products. They have Jaws 18, Fusion 11, Magic 12, etc. right now. They indicate that uniforming the numbering system will make it more reliable so people knows what will work with what. I can see this to be a good thing in the long run, and honestly, I don’t see any issues with this change. The other products will follow suit when they are updated.

For more information, you may be able to find it on the Freedom Scientific web site.

Thanks Herbie for notifying me about the change. Does sound interesting.

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Screen reader usage, part 4 is now up

After a long break due to me changing editors, I’m now presenting part 4 of my screen reader usage series. Go get the article by going to this link. Instead of trying to gague keystrokes that I honestly don’t remember, I took a different approach to this article. I talked about how the keystrokes are completely different, and how, when using multiple technologies such as Windows, IOS, Mac, and the various readers, how keeping all of this remembered is the key. I didn’t do any keystroke posting here, as I don’t use the mac on a regular basis. I’m hopeful that people will be finding this article of interest. Thanks for reading, and I’m sure I’ll have more soon.

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Microsoft’s New iPhone App Helps Blind People ‘See’ | Time.com

Continue: ‘Microsoft’s New iPhone App Helps Blind People ‘See’ | Time.com’

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audio game hub

Hi all,

My phone was showing a large amount of app updates today, one of them being audio game hub. The biggest change is that all of the games are going paid unless you want to watch adds. The other is that all casino games will remain free. That is what it shows in the notations for the update. The app version is 2.0.13.

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Screen reader series

Hello folks,

Its been quite a busy time of me writing lately. It didn’t help that the person that helps me was away, but things are back on track. I’m curious on your thoughts on my screen reader series. I’ve had the first two published on omni. Part 1 was published on the 8th of June, and part 2 was published on the 9th. I hope you all enjoy the articles.

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Antivirus and the disabled computer user

Hello folks,

I really need some help, and it deals with AntiVirus and security. I’ve been using Microsoft Security Essentials, but have found in my opinion that it doesn’t work as advertised. I saw an article online about creating a file, with some code. The antivirus should pick it up while saving the file. Its not harmful, but it is a test of sorts that checks the antivirus. Its called eicar and you can google it.

MSE did not pick up this file while saving, and saving the file and scanning it showed that it was fine. I wrote an E-mail list with Jaws users on it, and someone recommended Sophos home free which i downloaded. Someone else just said that it was not accessible, and that I’m better off with MSE.

The problem we’re running in to is that we need antivirus now more than ever. Even if we’re careful, things can be downloaded that are not wanted, even when visiting a site we intend to visit. With all the breaches, something is better than nothing, but in my opinion, security essentials is not cutting it.

I do not want to install something that is not accessible, although i want something where I can set some options, and forget it unless something comes up.

It should be able to scan as something is downloaded, notify the user if something is not right about the file, and do daily updates and weekly scans.

If anyone that reads this comes up with something accessible that is free or low cost, I would be greatful.

We should not live without something that can protect our PC’s. Just because we don’t browse much, doesn’t mean that sites we do could become a problem. Its sad that antivirus has become such a problem with companies, that they make it useless to us.

We use a computer just like everyone else, and I hope to publish a series on screen reader usage. Two articles are written, and I am hoping to start a third. I know these developers are aware of access tech, as we once had the access to a lot of the products out there, but as I said, MSE is just seemingly to just pick things up at random, and it doesn’t pick up something that is tested to make sure the program runs as it should.

What are you using? How does it work?
I do not want people responding who don’t use antivirus. That will not be helpful to me.

Thanks for your time.

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Window-Eyes to JFW path plan

I’m saddened by the news of Window-Eyes closing. This is official word from former GW Micro Employee Aaron Smith.


Thank you for being a valued member of the GW Micro and Window-Eyes family. We regret to announce that sales of Window-Eyes have ended in the United States and Canada. Users outside of the United States and Canada should contact their local distributor for options. We are committed to our customers and will honor existing product purchases and software maintenance agreements, and we will continue to provide technical support to end users that have purchased Window-Eyes or a support package.

All users who are currently using Window-Eyes can continue to use the software indefinitely; however, as the Windows® operating system and/or applications change over time, Window-Eyes may not function adequately for your needs.

We understand how important a screen reader is to you and are offering JAWS® for Windows 18 as a replacement. We are committed to providing a smooth transition and will honor existing Window-Eyes product purchases and software maintenance agreements (SMA), as follows.

· End users that paid for and are current with Window-Eyes 9.x will be converted to JAWS 18 at no charge.

· If you are using an earlier version of Window-Eyes, you can purchase an upgrade to JAWS 18.

· If you are using the free version of Window-Eyes you can continue to use it. While there is not an upgrade path from the free version, if you are interested in purchasing JAWS, please contact our sales team at 800-444-4443.

· Existing Window-Eyes SMAs will be rolled into the JAWS SMA program for end users that migrate to JAWS.

Learn more about the migration options and pricing by visiting http://www.gwmicro.com/window-eyes/migrate.

To make this process as easy as possible, we ask you to complete a simple web form that will go directly to our sales team, who will then contact you with an authorization code for JAWS 18, or request additional information if necessary.

Requests for upgrades must be submitted at http://www.gwmicro.com/window-eyes/migrateform or by phone at 800-444-4443 by July 31, 2017.

Note, the free Window-Eyes Offer for Users of Microsoft Office version is not part of the conversion program.

If you have any questions please call us at 800-444-4443 or email us at orders@vfogroup.com.

Aaron Smith

VFO™ | Enterprise Compliance

11800 31st Court North, St. Petersburg, FL 33716

T 727-803-8000 x 6208 F 727-803-8001

ajsmith@vfogroup.com

www.vfogroup.com

VFO Logo, Innovating in Accessibility Our Brands, Ai Squared, Freedom Scientific and Optelec

The information contained in this communication is confidential, may constitute inside information, and is intended only for the use of the addressee. It is the property of VFO™. Unauthorized use, disclosure or copying of this communication or any part thereof is strictly prohibited and may be unlawful. If you have received this communication in error, please notify us immediately by return email, and destroy this communication and all copies thereof, including all attachments.


For membership options, visit http://lists.window-eyes.com/options.cgi/news-window-eyes.com/jrimer2002%40sbcglobal.net.
For subscription options, visit http://lists.window-eyes.com/listinfo.cgi/news-window-eyes.com
List archives can be found at http://lists.window-eyes.com/private.cgi/news-window-eyes.com

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Freedom Scientific® Introduces ElBraille

Freedom Scientific

Media Contact: Richard Tapping
800-444-4443 or 727-803-8000
www.FreedomScientific.com
Sales: info@vfogroup.com

Freedom Scientific® Introduces ElBraille

A cutting-edge, extremely portable Braille computer

(St. Petersburg, Florida – March 01, 2017)

Freedom Scientific® today introduced ElBraille, running Microsoft Windows® 10 and JAWS 18, the ElBraille is the newest portable computing solution for the blind and the logical next step in notetaker development. The ElBraille-14 and ElBraille-40 use JAWS® 18 to provide speech and braille output and JAWS’ BrailleIn feature to allow complete control of the ElBraille computer from the Perkins-style, braille keyboard. The Windows ® operating environment is the standard in education and professional settings. Run Windows applications such as the Microsoft Office suite or Adobe Reader for complete access to all mainstream document and file types. Use accessibility applications and accessories such as OpenBook® (printed text to speech and braille software) with the PEARL® Camera to immediately read classroom texts or meeting and lecture handouts.

Running the latest Windows operating system on an Intel Atom quad core processor, with 160 GB of internal memory and 2 GB RAM, and incorporating either the Focus 14 or 40 Blue Braille Display, and JAWS 18, the ElBraille is the logical choice for anyone who wants to raise notetaking and portable, accessible computing to the highest level.

“It makes sense to use a device which completely supports mainstream applications, such as Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook,” says Brad Davis, Vice President of Hardware Product Management at Freedom Scientific. “Adding Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and cellular connectivity with up to 20 hours battery life makes the ElBraille a real productivity powerhouse,” says Brad Davis.

The ElBraille-14 is scheduled to go on sale in the US and Canada in the second quarter of 2017 with the ElBraille-40 following soon after.

About VFO™ and Freedom Scientific®

VFO™ is a leading global assistive technology provider for the visually impaired. The VFO™ brands have a long history of developing and providing innovative solutions for blind and low vision individuals, helping them to reach their full potential.

Freedom Scientific®, one of the VFO™ brands, is the leading worldwide provider of assistive technology products for those with vision impairments. The Company sells its products worldwide and has offices in Florida and Switzerland. The Company’s products have been translated into 24 languages and are available in 55 countries. Freedom Scientific® also has a line of software products for those with learning disabilities.

Freedom Scientific® and JAWS® are registered trademarks in the United States and/or other countries. The names of actual companies and products mentioned herein may be the trademarks of their respective owners.

We invite you to like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.

VFO™, 11800 31st Court North, St. Petersburg, FL 33716-1805

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Cloud Flare in trouble?

Hi folks,

I saw two articles from Last Pass recently, and it seems as though the bug is repaired. Two Security Bulletins: SHA-1 Collision Attack and Cloudflare Incident posted on the 24th and Alerts for Cloudflare Sites in LastPass Security Challenge which was posted on the 27th of this month. Lastpass can be trusted on getting this type of information out accurately, and I trust that the issue has been fixed and nothing is at risk unless it is cached. Check these out.

Update: Fixed a broken link for the first story. Also, this was discussed on SN 601. Sorry about that!

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Extremely dissatisfied with the developers of tweetbot in regards to accessibility improvement promises

Hi folks, in the Mac world, accessibility is still a concern just as in the windows world. While I’m not a full time mac user, and I’ve dabbled in this world a little bit, I came across this apple vis post from a mac user about an app which is accessible for the most part. Contacting the developer yielded mixed results and comments are asking for far and wide coverage of the fact the developer doesn’t seem to care about whether their app works. Why would an app be accessible but yet it can’t read the names of the people tweeting? The windows apps I’ve used have done this, so I know its possible. Please contact this developer if you use the app and let them know your concerns. This is not acceptable, and if I used an app that way, I’d write them just like the folks in this thread have done.

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Making sure we give out accurate information

Hello folks, I hope you’re enjoying the blog, and I’ll be releasing a podcast real soon, it just needs to be finalized. Today, while I have thought about this post, I’m going to be upfront, and as accurate as possible.

Remember in January when we published Urgent issue with AI squared access technology and the page in question had support hours over the weekend to help people through the issue they said was urgent and that things were compromised? Well, it isn’t that bad to begin with, according to what I found out today.

My actual call to the VFO group was totally unrelated to this, but when the gentleman said to go to the certificate fix page, I told him why I was calling and that I had installed Window-Eyes to this PC already but the issue i was calling about needed a full installation zip file.

He told me that the people who needed to help me were gone, and I thanked him, I happened to ask him about the whole certificate fix issue we encountered since he braught it up.

The gentleman said there was never a compromise at all. They had published it was compromised, but the cert in question was only expired, never compromised. I asked why they put it was compromised, because that means things more serious, and he said it was simply mislabeled.

When enquiring on whether they were to fix it, he indicated they wouldn’t because it was a long time ago.

If I was running the page, I would have personally changed it, and released a new press release indicating this.

With the amount of breaches that we have on a monthly basis, it is very important that companies get as much information out there, and if it changes, update it.

I’ll release an article I read via Krebs that actually impressed me, and I’ll talk about that more in debth, as it deals with a particular breach and links to others. I’m surprised that AI Squared did not update this page to simply state that it was expiring, and made it sound like something extreme was going on when it was just an expired cert which was expiring on the date mentioned, and they were patching everyone before it expired.

If the certificate was truly compromised, we would have to patch immediately, and the certificate would be immediately revoked. If we were running the software, we’d be OK, but if we rebooted, we could be in trouble.

AI Squared, please make sure you put the accurate information next time, so that people are not confused like I was. I didn’t think it was compromised, and E-mails asking whether it was, was told to look at the Cert page they published. That page seemed to not make me pleased since the deadline was a week or so away, but yet, compromised certs are revoked immediately upon discovery if I have been paying to Security Now’s teachings. Bad move, AI Squared, please learn from this next time.

I was told the cert is good for awhile yet, so there should not be a problem for at least 20 years.

Thanks for reading, and make it a great day.

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Urgent issue with AI squared access technology

Hello folks,

Thanks to Shaun, he tipped me off to this. The following is text sent from a word document sent to me after I enquired to AI’s window-eyes division. If you use any of these products, its important that you read this, and upgrade your product to the latest version.

Beginning of text from AI squared

January 16, 2017: Urgent Notification

Forthcoming Startup Failures in ZoomText 10.1 and other Ai Squared Software Products

Problem

The digital certificate used to certify newer ZoomText and Window-Eyes software products has been compromised. As a result, our certificate will be revoked on or around January 26th, which will result in startup failures for the following Ai Squared products.

Affected Ai Squared Software Products

When attempting to start the following Ai Squared software products, the product will fail to launch and display a Windows error message: “A referral was returned from the server”

  • * ZoomText Magnifier v10.1 Build numbers 10.10.8 through 10.11.6
  • * ZoomText Magnifier/Reader v10.1 Build numbers 10.10.8 through 10.11.6
  • * ZoomText Fusion v10.1 Build numbers 10.11.1 through 10.11.5
  • * ZoomText Keyboard v4 Build numbers 4.0.0 and 4.1.0
  • * Window-Eyes v9.5 Build numbers 9.5.1 and 9.5.3

When attempting to start the following Ai Squared software products, the product may launch even though the certificate has been revoked. Anti-virus utilities may detect the invalid certificate and block the software from running.

  • * ZoomText ImageReader v1.2 Build numbers 1.2.16106
  • * ZoomText Voices (language packs) v1.0 Build numbers 1.0.1.4693
  • * Vocalizer Expressive v1.3 (for Windows Eyes) Build numbers 1.3.0.13329

Note: Inspection of the certificate will show that the certificate is invalid. Inspection and validation of certificates is a process performed by some organizations.

Solution (software updates)

For each of the affected products, software updates incorporating a new digital signature will be released and available for download prior to January 26th. We will send updated information as it becomes available. You can check https://www.aisquared.com/certificatefix”>https://www.aisquared.com/certificatefix for updated information.
Software Product Update version

  • ZoomText Magnifier v10.1 10.11.7
  • ZoomText Magnifier/Reader v10.1 10.11.7
  • ZoomText Fusion v10.1 10.11.7
  • ZoomText Keyboard v4.1 4.1.1
  • Window-Eyes v9.5 9.5.4
  • ZoomText ImageReader 1.2 1.3.0
  • ZoomText Voices v1.0 1.0.2
  • Vocalizer Expressive v1.3 (for Windows Eyes) 1.3

Warning When Disabling Security Options

Various websites provide steps for disabling Windows security options with the expectation that unsigned software executables will start and run. Disabling these security options will not fix these problems for the ZoomText and Windows Eyes products and may compromise security and protection from malware. Ai Squared strongly recommends against disabling these security options.

Conclusion

We apologize for the inconvenience this issue has caused you, but assure you we are doing everything possible to rectify this matter as soon as possible. To minimize downtime, we encourage you to update your software as soon as possible.
If you have questions or require assistance resolving this problem, contact the Ai Squared support team at (727) 803-8600 option 2 or mailto:support@aisquared.com.

As some of you may have already noticed, we just released English Window-Eyes 9.5.4 this morning (January 18th). Other languages will soon follow. It is very important if you are using Window-Eyes 9.5.1 or 9.5.2 or 9.5.3 that you upgrade to 9.5.4 before the digital certificate described above is revoked.

There are 3 changes from version 9.5.3 to 9.5.4:

  1. Support has been added for the HumanWare BrailleNote Touch braille display.
  2. An issue where multiple hooking errors would occur in the latest testing builds (insider build) of Windows 10 has been fixed.
  3. An updated digital certificate has been used to sign all executables. (as per the description above)

Again, it is critical you upgrade your copy of Window-Eyes 9.5.1 or 9.5.2 or 9.5.3 to 9.5.4 immediately. Once the certificate is revoke these copies of Window-Eyes will no longer launch leaving you without speech and/or braille.

Regards,
Doug

Doug Geoffray
VFO(tm) | Accessibility Software Manager, Enterprise Compliance
11800 31st Court North, St. Petersburg, FL 33716 mailto:dgeoffray@vfogroup.com http://www.vfogroup.com/

I am going to get in touch to understand what happened here. Just be aware of whats up, and update so you continue to have access to your information and can continue to work.

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