Window-Eyes Speech Library for the Desktop Only

Discussion in 'Additional Libraries' started by Louis, Jul 15, 2008.

  1. Louis

    Louis Active Member Licensed User

    Hi all, This was quite rare and I am surprised that right out-of-the-box the dll worked with Basic4ppc. It allows your program to speak text this time using the Window-Eyes API. It is another screen reader, a competitor of JAWS used also by thousands of blind people around the world! For more information about Window-eyes, check out Welcome to GW Micro.
    Just like JAWS, in order to use this API Window-eyes must be installed on your system. The library is as easy-to-use as creating an object of type SpeakClass, calling objectname.new1, and using objectname.SpeakString() to output the text. Like I said, this library has no modifications and works as is with Basic4ppc. I believe it requires .NET 2.0. GWMicro doesn't give the source code so no .cs file is available. HTH.

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