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Hello I didn't receive the link to your website
can you resend it please?
On 11/27/2021 1:13 AM, Edward MacDonald
I sent you a link from my website to create a
password for the profile I created for you. Once you have the
password set, log into my website with the link that was sent
and you will have access to the beta version of the
Once you have downloaded the zip file from my
Uunzip it in it's root folder into the
"Plugins" folder in your SDR# install
Run SDR# and then plug-in should
For beta testing, the plugin is enabled by
default. This will not be the case in the release version.
The login responds to numerous preset keyboard
shortcuts which I will post here shortly.
Please remember is is a beta. Glitches may be
present, some features will not work fully.
If anyone else wants accessibility please let
DO NOT redistribute the BETAS.
Once you have it setup let me know and I 2ill
email you instructions on hot to get it to work with JAWS.
Getting it uploaded now actually. Give me a
bot and O will post the link
did you post the link?
On 11/26/2021 3:49 PM, Edward MacDonald wrote:
No problem. I will forward them after
I post link tonight
I will need the instructions fore the dll
On 11/26/2021 2:03 PM, Edward MacDonald
The older versions absolutely
will not work with any of the new .NET 5
versions of SDR#.
I have the BETA version of
tye new accessibility plug-in ready. I
have had higher priority matters to take
care of for the past few months. Sorry for
I will post the download
link for the BETA tonight here around
midnight GMT -6.
I could not get licensing
for the JAWS dll interface. The plug-in
WILL work with the JAWS screen reader, but
you will need to copy and paste the
required dll manually from inside of the
JAWS folder and paste it into the plug-in
folder for SDR#.
I can provide some
instructions for you if required.
The plug-in will also
interface with NVDA, Dolphin,icrosoft
screen reader etc. It will work with both
speech and Vraille readers (when
Some things - such as direct
frequency entry and the audible power
meter are stoll in progress.
Hi all and thanks for
info. Ron, I'm IZ4IZ4APU, and I use an
iPhone12 pro max with Voiceover. If I
can be useful for you, feel free to
reach me out of list. Best 73, Gabe.
Sent from starship Gabryphone
I am looking for a blind SWL or
amateur radio operator who uses an
iPhone with VoiceOver.
My current iPhone app, rtl_tcp SDR,
which I have developed, available
from the App store, supports using
an Airspy HF+ or an RTL-SDR via an
hfp_tcp or rtl_tcp server (not a spy
I would like to understand how a
blind operator might like to operate
an SDR from an iPhone or iPad, so
that I can prioritize adding and
testing various visual accessibility
features in my iPhone SDR app.