December 2, 2015 at 1:36 am #11210Dennis NelsonGuest
I downloaded and installed System Ninja, and as a totally blind computer user, I can access the Scan For Junk Button, and my screen reading software, and a sighted friend verified that other things exist on the screen, but I can only scan for, and delete junk. I can’t access anything like options, settings, etc. By all rights, I should remove the program from my computer, and just call it an inaccessible program for blind people, but I like the job it does removing junk. I’d just like to be able to have more control over the program. I have tried using several screen readers. JAWS For Windows, available from http://www.freedomscientific.com, Narrator, which comes with Windows, and NVDA from http://nvda-project.org. None of these screen readers give me access to the program. I’m hoping this is something that can possibly be looked into.December 9, 2015 at 10:56 am #11236Shane GowlandKeymaster
Making our programs more accessible has been a long-time goal and we’re making small (but important) gains with each new release. System Ninja is the most difficult to adapt, because the user interface components used were developed by a third party.
As you noticed, the core functionality of the program (removing junk files) is largely accessible. With limited development resources, I can’t guarantee that every feature will soon be perfectly accessible – but we are aiming to do a lot better.
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