That makes sense and I should have thought of that! Darn! Sometimes I think it makes more practical sense for a blind person, and many sighted people to just on a mobile device and use that as their primary computer. Mobile devices, especially tablets seem to be more versatile with more accessibility features than your standard Windows computer.
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On Aug 1, 2018, at 2:11 PM, Pamela Dominguez <email@example.com> wrote:
No way. You download them, but there is no player that will allow them to
be played on a computer. You have to put them on a player that is
specifically capable of playing them. They did that so they wouldn't get
out into the general public. Pam.
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Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Listening to Bard books on a Chromebook.
Can’t you listen to Bard books on a computer? I know you can download them,
copy them to a flash drive and listen to them on the Talking Book player. I
thought I read that you can listen to them on a computer if you don’t have a
On Aug 1, 2018, at 1:54 PM, Rob Hudson <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Pamela Dominguez <email@example.com> wrote:
How could you listen to them on a Chrome book? Isn't that the same asA chromebook isn't exactly a computer. It's sort of a weird hybrid between
trying to listen to them on a computer, which you can't?
a tablet and a laptop. And you can run android apps on it.