Subject: Re: [ecasound] Ecasound as an editing tool
From: Mario Lang (mlang_AT_delysid.org)
Date: Tue Dec 03 2002 - 16:23:24 EET
Mikko Nummelin <mnummeli_AT_cc.hut.fi> writes:
>> I'm blind, and therefore I can't use X or GUI. It's a
>> problem that all software I know about like SoundForge is GUI.
> That really makes life difficult in some occasions. It is however
> interesting, that the technology nowadays is so advanced that it has made
> it possible for blind people to use computers,
Blind people use PCs and other computers since around 1980.
> send and read emails and browse the Internet.
It's still frustrating to see most major applications
go the GUI only way. Linux-audio is a good bad example.
I ranted on lad recently about this, ecasound is really the
only app which is very nice for blind people. But let alone
ssm, gdam or the glame gui. Well cglame works, but
who is fluent enough in scheme to make it useful?
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