« Thread started on: May 17th, 2005, 8:41pm »
Hello everyone. I'm totally blind and love to use just basic to write programs. It's accessible for the most part, but I have a couple of questions. I want to use the freeform program, but I only use the keyboard. Are there any utilitys out there to help me use it? I can make menubars, but I can't make comboboxes and things like that. As far as x and y positions, I have no Idea about. Just basic works great with Jaws, whitch is a program that reads text. If anyone can help me with this problem or can make a utility for the freeform thing, Please let me know.
Re: JustBasic accessibility
« Reply #1 on: May 17th, 2005, 9:23pm »
There are at least 2 blind programmers that I know of who use Liberty Basic, Tom and Rick. I haven't seen either on this forum. They are both regular responders on the yahoo forum. The yahoo message base is the official support forum for Liberty Basic. Would you consider joining that forum and posting your questions? Rick is fairly new, I think about 6 months. Tom's been a member for several years. Both post about different text to speech tools and other unique areas. If you need specific directions in how to find and register with the forum, I'd be happy to help. Janet