Apple Accessibility for the Blind or low vision
Mac Big Sur VoiceOver punctuation pronunciation bug when Mac OS Language set to Australia
The bug is that left and right bracket are announced by VoiceOver as left and right parenthesis, so I show you a work around to make these two symbols announce correctly.
Unplugged demo of the connectivity mess when using the AirPods Max with iPhone, Apple Watch, Mac, and Apple TV.
Demo of the excellent and very enjoyable BeatStar game for the Mac (Windows Version available)
Excellent free fun game with hundreds of sound packs to choose from too test out your Beat Rhythm skills.
Download from https://oriolgomez.com.
Work around for VoiceOver Context menu (VO+Shift+M) not working on the Dock in Mac OS Big Sur 11.1 (20C69)
Simply 3 steps:
In VoiceOver Utility/Navigation, choose Mouse to follow VoiceOver cursor,
Make sure VoiceOver Trackpad Commander is turned off by VO+2 finger rotate counter clockwise, and
Control+Click when in the Dock via VO+D to bring up the Context Menu.
Demo of using the Apple Watch S6 with the Orbit Reader Braille display and the Orbit Writer Braillekeyboard
Nice to see the functionality of Braille support back in Watch OS 7.
Demo of Setting up a M1 MacBookAir - Setup, AccessibilityOnboarding (Vision), and some system and VoiceOver configuration changes.
This is the demo I intended to do when I setup the my M1 Mac mini, but I got so bothered by having to work about having a monitor plugged in, I skipped it.
So in this M1 MacBook Air setup, you get the setup, Onboarding for Accessibility (just vision in this demo), and the changes I make to VoiceOver, Finder, Safari, and a few other things.
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Can you do a demo of creating an iTunes Store account
Thanks cause I need help trying to create it
My thoughts on this podcast from a blind person’s perspective
David Woodbridge your podcasts are awesome
Showed me how to use the Mac the iPad and the Apple Watch and the Apple TV
You’re the best person in the universe ever
Don’t let anyone fall you
Keep the podcasts coming
Best informational podcast for vision impaired people
This is a Fantastic podcast by a Great presenter.
Unlike some of The others, David is all about The information and not all about him.
A lot of bad blind radio and community podcasters try unsuccessfully to be funny, and lack the skills David is natural and informative