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question on pygtk and accessibility on windows.

has any one tried py gtk on windows?
I tried to do a google search for accessibility related issues but did
not find any thing specific to pygtk and windows accessibility.
I even tried to search for just gtk and windows accessibility but
again no result.
so I am now posting this message as a last hope to at least get a "yes
" or "no " answer on whether py gtk is accessible with windows.
Nov 30 '06 #1
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if by 'accessibility' you mean 'usable' (like python and firefox are
usable), then yes. there are pygtk bindings for windows, and they work.
if by 'accessibility' you mean 'usable for the blind/deaf', then i
think that is up to you as an application developer.

krishnakant Mane wrote:
has any one tried py gtk on windows?
I tried to do a google search for accessibility related issues but did
not find any thing specific to pygtk and windows accessibility.
I even tried to search for just gtk and windows accessibility but
again no result.
so I am now posting this message as a last hope to at least get a "yes
" or "no " answer on whether py gtk is accessible with windows.
Nov 30 '06 #2

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