This page describes a little utility I wrote for my own use. If you want to use it, you can download it and its source. I don’t provide support but if you would like to report bugs you’ve found or changes you’ve made to it, I’d be happy to hear about it.
Posts with tag: programming
For my video switch I want to be able to synthesize key events that look like they originated from the keyboard. The function SendInput in the user32.dll looks like the right low-level goods but Pete points out that the WScript.Shell has a SendKeys method that is easier to use. The Python code looks like:
Could be applied to lots of Linux apps. http://sourceforge.net/forum/message.php?msg_id=3874468
Very interesting collection of posts on xpcom, mozilla, python, etc. over at BSBlog . I'd love to make the browser the platform for our applications for kids with disabilities. Sound is the key limitation. Should we do our own extension for sound?
Interesting post over at ZDNet by Dion Hinchcliffe on approaches to creating Rich Internet Applications. Talks about Flash, OpenLazlo, AJAX, and others.
An AJAX toolkit that considers accessibility.
Useful comparison of Flash to AJAX . No consideration of sound for which Flash appears superior. Talking about web sites rather than our application orientation. Not having to fool with browser differences could be a Flash advantage too. Still, he makes good points that resonate with me. Lots to consider.
An open-source screen reader for windows written in Python, wxPython, and ctypes. All my favorite tools! I've got to upgrade to Python 2.5 so that I can try it out.
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