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python and accessibility issues.

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this question is streight forward, short and sweet.
I am developing some applications and being blind myself, expect that
including me, all other blind people must be able to use it.
so my question is,
is wx python complying with Microsoft Active Accessibility or MSAA for short?
I will use wx python or any other gui library that is having support
for MSAA built in.
thanking all.
Krishnakant.
Nov 16 '06 #1
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krishnakant Mane wrote:
this question is streight forward, short and sweet.
I am developing some applications and being blind myself, expect that
including me, all other blind people must be able to use it.
so my question is,
is wx python complying with Microsoft Active Accessibility or MSAA for short?
I will use wx python or any other gui library that is having support
for MSAA built in.
thanking all.
Krishnakant.
wxpython is based on wxwindows which has a statement on accessability
here: http://www.wxwindows.org/docs/access.htm

That page has links to their forums which might be able to provide you
with more information.

- Paddy.

Nov 17 '06 #2

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