Re: Inaccessible Kindle books


Marda
 

Hi.  I saw the free stuff on archive.org but couldn't find a link to the print disabled program.  Is there a link on there that I'm missing or do I need to contact them by email or something to sign up for the program?  Thanks.

Marda

On 10/11/2021 4:52 PM, Ron Canazzi wrote:
Hi Fanus,

I had this happen with a book purchased on Amazon Kindle and I called the Amazon Disability line at 888-283-1678.  They took care of it for me.

You can check out Archives.org and enroll in their print disabled access program. They can find a book that is inaccessible and many times convert it into a form that is readable. If you qualify as print disabled--similar to the NLS program in the USA and the CNIB in Canada, you can gain access to proprietary books that archive.org has access to.


On 10/11/2021 12:26 PM, Fanus wrote:
Hello list
The past few days I purchased 3 books from the Kindle section of amazon.
None of these is accessible on the pc and when I load the books on my iPad
Mini 5 I get a message "VoiceOver does not support this content". I have
purchased many Kindle books but never encountered this problem. Is there any
way to read or must I just ask for a refund.
Regards
Fanus






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