System Access 2.0 is Naturally Accessible
Corporation, the Accessibility Anywhere people, just lowered
the bar for users while raising the bar for adaptive technology
vendors. Now anyone can have full accessibility to computer
applications for work or pleasure without enduring hours of
torture, or the need to learn arcane scripts and esoteric procedures.
FreedomBox System Access 2.0 introduces natural accessibility
that frees the full power of your applications. With this release
- Inherent stability
- Full Windows support
including Windows 98 SE and Millennium, Windows 2000, and
Windows XP Home and Professional Editions
- Easy configuration
- Virtual Mouse
- PDF support including
- Skype support
- Enhanced application
- Internet Explorer
(now with C-SAW)
- Outlook Express
Outlook (including calendar)
- Access to more
- Command Prompt
- Windows Logon
- Secure remote
control of your home computer
- More flexible
text-to-speech including NeoSpeech add-on
- Much more
can find the details on every feature and function in our online
help , but here is a summary of some of the key improvements.
most conventional screen readers, a screen reader failure is
catastrophic, and you must restart the system. System Access
is more inherently stable; even if it does fail, it is designed
to fail gracefully and not bring the whole system down with
package does it all. Use your System Access loaded PassKey or
Key to Freedom on any Windows system including Windows 98 SE,
Windows Millennium Edition, Windows 2000, Windows XP Home Edition,
and Windows XP Professional Edition.
a simple hot key, a menu pops up giving you complete access
to text-to-speech preferences, tutorials, and the FreedomBox
browser. Now you don't need to remember a list of hot keys to
customize System Access the way you want it.
you can work with the mouse cursor exactly as if you were using
a mouse. Activate Virtual Mouse with a simple hot key and navigate
the window using your keyboard. Move by line, object, word,
character, or clickable object. Virtual Mouse tells you where
you are and reads pop-up tool tips. You can left or right click
and double click. With a single command, arrange all clickable
objects into a convenient list and navigate with your arrow
keys. Virtual Mouse reads the labels on graphics. If they are
unlabeled, it lets you label them and submit your labels as
a Program Pack for access by others. Virtual Mouse gives you
continuous feedback, speaking as you roll over objects, graphics,
Access makes PDF files fully accessible, using similar commands
to Internet Explorer. You don't need to enter a special "forms
mode" to fill out PDF forms; just tab through the fields and
fill them in. System Access fully respects PDF security for
Internet's most popular telephone, messaging and conferencing
service is fully accessible via System Access.
Applications Are More Accessible
you could do and access on FreedomBox using our innovative C-SAW
labeling system is now fully accessible with Internet Explorer.
Access labels others have tagged on web sites; label graphics
and form fields, and submit them to C-SAW to help others. Together
we make it all accessible.
tables by row and column; read contents of the current row or
column; fill out forms such as invoices. Pull up all links on
a page, navigate the list with arrow keys or first letters,
and take your pick. Handle the strange quirks of the MSN.com
home page, and more.
- System Access
now tells you more about your messages, such as whether each
message is unread, has an attachment, or has high priority.
- You also get confirmation
when you delete a message.
- We've added a
hot key for jumping to the list of attachments in a message.
- When reading an
HTML message, more links are accessible, including same-page
- When entering
a recipient's name in a new message, System Access speaks
any automatically completed text as you type.
- It's now easier
than ever to create a message rule, for cutting down on spam
or organizing your email.
Access 2.0 makes the power of Microsoft Word naturally accessible.
Here are just a few of the things you can do:
- Fill out and create
forms. When filling out a form, System Access automatically
reads field help from the status bar.
- Create bulleted
and numbered lists with complete automatic feedback.
- Work with headers
and footers, again with complete automatic feedback. Add page
numbers and know where they are in the header or footer.
- Be fully informed
about your document's formatting, including font name, size,
and style; alignment; line spacing; and indentation.
- Create footnotes
with ease, know exactly where your footnote references are,
and even read footnote without leaving the main document.
Access 2.0 makes it easier than ever to manage your email and
personal information with Microsoft Outlook. Here are just a
few of the improvements:
- Setting up an
email account has never been easier. System Access automatically
tells you everything you need to know throughout the process.
- Learn everything
you need to know about your email messages as you browse through
your folders, without any clutter.
- When reading a
message with attachments, use a hot key to turn the attachments
into a standard list, from which you can easily choose an
attached file using the arrow keys or the file name's first
- Conveniently access
message headers with a hot key.
- When writing a
message, auto-complete the names and addresses of your recipients
with just a few keys. System Access tells you exactly what's
happening at each step.
Access 2.0 lets you work with the Outlook calendar quickly and
easily. The new time-saving features include:
- Immediately hear
how many appointments you have today or this week.
- As you move through
the calendar with the arrows, dates and times are spoken concisely.
You'll also hear your appointments as you move over them.
- Once you're on
an appointment, you can open or delete it with a single key.
- Put your appointments
and open time slots in a convenient list so you can find what
you want fast.
that these new features in the calendar are only available in
Outlook 2003 on U.S. English systems. We will add support for
more locales in the near future.
to More Windows Features
Windows 2000 and later, access to the command prompt now feels
more like a DOS screen reader than ever before. You'll get automatic
speech from the moment you open the command prompt. You can
also use familiar DOS-like keystrokes to review the console
by line, word, or character; or to read the whole console from
top to bottom.
Access 2.0 gives you full access to the Windows Logon screen
on Windows 2000 and later. When using the new-style logon screen
on Windows XP, you can easily choose a user with the arrow keys
and enter a password when needed. On multi-user machines with
only one blind user, it's easy to set up the system so that
only the blind user gets speech after logging on. System Access
also works nicely with Fast User Switching on Windows XP.
Control Your Home Computer
System Access on your Key to Freedom, PassKey, or secondary
machine, you can access your home machine remotely. Remote access
can be set up quickly via FreedomBox preferences. You won't
have to install any extra software or mess with your firewall.
you can enable remote access on your home machine. The HomeServer
is designed to make intrusion difficult. Communication is end-to-end
encrypted using SSL, the same technology used by leading online
stores and banks.
you access your home machine remotely, it's just like sitting
at the remote system. When you interrupt speech, it stops right
away as you would expect. You can turn off visual support to
further improve response and save bandwidth.
with Other Access Technology
don't need to be running System Access on your home machine.
The HomeServer captures audio output on the home machine even
if it is running a third-party screen reader such as Window-Eyes.
Flexibility in Text-To-Speech including NeoSpeech Add-On
Access 2.0 gives you more control over how your computer talks.
You can have separate settings for each text-to-speech engine,
allowing you to switch between engines as needed without losing
your preferences. System Access 2.0 supports the NeoSpeech Voice/Text
speech synthesizer as an optional add-on. Your computer never
sounded this good before.
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Access 2.0 has no shortage of other improvements that will make
your computer access easier and more productive. You can use
Caps Lock, Insert, Scroll Lock, or NumPad 0 as the modifier
key -- whichever is most convenient for you for any command.
System Access 2.0 supports customized edit controls; it allows
you to list tool bar buttons with one keystroke; it reads dialog
boxes and wizards more naturally; it tells you where you are
in a list; it lets you know when you open or close a drop-down
list; it tells you more about radio buttons; and if it doesn't
know what a control is, System Access 2.0 gives you all the
information it has. No conflicts with firewalls; a hot key to
refresh the screen if System Access gets confused; the list
it. You'll find capabilities we forgot to mention. If you want
the details on how anything works, visit our online
help . With System Access 2.0, it isn't rocket science.
This is full access technology you can use now! What are you
Corporation is a leading technology company that develops software
and manufactures accessibility solutions under the brand name
FreedomBox. Originally launched in 2001, the FreedomBox family
of products and services make the worldwide Web and important
application software systems available to virtually anyone,
allowing command and control with the voice, keyboard, mouse,
touch screens and other access mechanisms. FreedomBox solutions
level the playing field providing people with disabilities powerful,
affordable solutions that require minimal training.