I’ve just seen a conversation on Twitter about volume levels being distorted in SAM Broadcaster.
(Nothing new there!)
When I suggested they should use RadioDJ they’ve come back with.
RadioDJ was merely a suggestion & I wasn’t aware of the users sight problems when I tweeted the suggestion.
Firstly I’m not sure if this is a flaw in RadioDJ or the screen reading software either way it’s annoying. I know the author of RadioDJ is looking into a solution for this problem.
It sucks that people can’t use a great piece of software because something that’s supposed to improve access for the disabled isn’t 100% accessible with some software.
It’s just a shame these people have to stick with SAM Broadcaster and it’s sound issues because that works with a screen reader.
We’re sure they would love RadioDJ if only their screen readers worked with it.
Here’s hoping one of these days someone “invents” a screen reader that can deal with a .NET application such as RadioDJ.
If anyone finds a screen reader that works with RadioDJ let me know via Twitter! @DJGarybaldy
So I can promote the hell out of it.
Last updated on: October 23rd, 2016
at 12:48 PM Europe/London