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Re: number of people acceptable to keep everyone unmuted during a meeting?

Brian Vogel <britechguy@...>
 

On Tue, Aug 25, 2020 at 11:50 AM, Ann Parsons wrote:
It is difficult for screen reader users to find where the current post starts.
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No, it isn't.  I routinely put a single hyphen, alone, on a line so that those who feel compelled to avoid hearing the tiny amount of material I quote can find where I begin responding.  I post on many blind technology related groups, and it is a very small minority who complain as loudly or as long as you already have.
 
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Re: number of people acceptable to keep everyone unmuted during a meeting?

Brian Vogel <britechguy@...>
 

Ann,

          This simple answer is deal, or put me on ignore.   I am not obligated to post in a style that you find acceptable, but that I do.  The request you made has been made, off and on, by various people and my response is the same.

           I find it far more nightmarish on long topics such as this one to try to ferret out who most are replying to or what they're replying to.  As I said, I have no intention of including context-setting material, at the top, when it serves my purpose to do so.  That is my right, and my style.

Brian

 
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Re: number of people acceptable to keep everyone unmuted during a meeting?

Ann Parsons
 

Brian,

I don't care how much you quote, though I dislike reams and reams of quoted material. I am referring to your habit of putting the quoted material before your own post. It's difficult for a blind person to read your messages when you format this way. One must read line by line and this takes time and effort. Please take a look at the quoted material below and you'll see what I mean.

Since this list is composed almost entirely of people who use screen readers i.e. are blind or visually impaired, it would be a kindness if you could put your post on top of the quoted material! Thank you!

Ann P.


Original message:

On Tue, Aug 25, 2020 at 07:50 AM, Ann Parsons wrote:

Brian, could you please refrain from bottom posting on this list?
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The short answer is, "No." The longer one is that on active topics it is almost impossible for anyone to know who anyone else is responding to, or to what assertion or question someone is responding to, without something retained for context. That is precisely what the single line, or part of one, that I retain only when necessary does.
And, although Gene has already said it, what I'm doing is not what most of the world calls bottom-posting. It's a style that works for me, and keeps clear exactly what I'm responding to when that's needed. I don't retain anything when it's not necessary. I have no intention of changing that.
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Re: Not able to hear video on my iPhone, but can listen on my laptop

Gene
 

I think Youtube uses the term autoplay to mean that after the video you select plays,, others will play. Also, as I recall, you said the video starts to play, then stops. If so, that has nothing to do with autoplay, however the term is used. It could have to do with your signal. Are you using wifi or your phones data connection to play the video? How strong is the signal? does the problem happen in general or in certain locations?

Gene

-----Original Message-----
From: Sharon Hooley
Sent: Tuesday, August 25, 2020 8:59 AM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Not able to hear video on my iPhone, but can listen on my laptop

The video was playing from YouTube live in firefox on my laptop, Safari
on my phone. I didn't know that autoplay had anything to do with the
current video playing.


Thanks,


On 8/24/2020 11:20 PM, Donna wrote:
Hi Sharon,

Will other videos play? Maybe the video was buffering. Check settings within the app in which you were trying to watch the video. Also maybe auto play is turned off. This may be in the apps settings as well.

Donna


Hi,

When I was trying to listen to a video on my phone, it stopped, but I could play the same on my laptop. Anyone have an idea why?

Thanks,


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Re: number of people acceptable to keep everyone unmuted during a meeting?

Ann Parsons
 

Hi all,

Well, I call it "bottom posting" because the quoted material comes before the current post. It is difficult for screen reader users to find where the current post starts. Call it what you will, I respectfully ask the gentleman to quit doing it!

Ann P.

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Re: Linux groups for the blind

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H

here is a general linux group for blind users, followed by a web page devoted to blind users of linux with screen readers etc.:

blinux-list-request@redhat.com with the word "subscribe" in your subject line.

https://pjb.com.au/blin/

On Tue, 25 Aug 2020, Ann Parsons wrote:

Hi all,

That depends on what distribution you're using. Most blind folk favor
Debian or Ubuntu.

I don't know of any lists currently, I've been out of the Linux world
for about ten years now. Somebody here will know, though.

Ann P.


Original message:
Hi guys,
I was wondering if anyone knew if there were any Lennix email groups
for the blind? I am taking a Linux course through my college this
semester and was wondering what parts of Lenix might be assessable to me.
Thanks,

Ashley Breger
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Re: Not able to hear video on my iPhone, but can listen on my laptop

Sharon Hooley
 

The video was playing from YouTube live in firefox on my laptop, Safari on my phone.  I didn't know that autoplay had anything to do with the current video playing.


Thanks,

On 8/24/2020 11:20 PM, Donna wrote:
Hi Sharon,

Will other videos play? Maybe the video was buffering. Check settings within the app in which you were trying to watch the video. Also maybe auto play is turned off. This may be in the apps settings as well.

Donna


Hi,

When I was trying to listen to a video on my phone, it stopped, but I could play the same on my laptop. Anyone have an idea why?

Thanks,


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Re: number of people acceptable to keep everyone unmuted during a meeting?

Brian Vogel <britechguy@...>
 

On Tue, Aug 25, 2020 at 07:50 AM, Ann Parsons wrote:
Brian, could you please refrain from bottom posting on this list?
-
The short answer is, "No."  The longer one is that on active topics it is almost impossible for anyone to know who anyone else is responding to, or to what assertion or question someone is responding to, without something retained for context.  That is precisely what the single line, or part of one, that I retain only when necessary does.

And, although Gene has already said it, what I'm doing is not what most of the world calls bottom-posting.  It's a style that works for me, and keeps clear exactly what I'm responding to when that's needed.  I don't retain anything when it's not necessary.  I have no intention of changing that.
 
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Re: Accessibility of ADT Security Systems?

rex wisdom
 

The system is accessible with voice over.  The app is accessible voice over as well, the buttons are labeled.  The touch panel is just for the voice part of the system.  I use my app to control all functions of the alarm.  The touch panel is just to have voice for the system, so I have a main panel and a touch panel.  I never use the touch panel except to tell me when the system is active or doors or windows are open.  The ADT app does cost an extra $10 per month.

 

From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of Jerry Berrier
Sent: Tuesday, August 25, 2020 4:08 AM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: [TechTalk] Accessibility of ADT Security Systems?

 

 

 

I’m considering ADT for my home security system.

They have a touch screen on the option I’m considering, but it can be managed somewhat from the Amazon Echo.  What I’m most concerned about is their iOS app.

I’d like to know if it works well with Voiceover.

 

Thanks.

 

Jerry Berrier

508-735-4420

http://www.birdblind.org

 


Re: regarding NVDA configurationsprifles

Mike B
 


Hi Cristina,
 
There's an NVDA group that's geared more for the beginner and novice users of NVDA that might help you as well.  The email links are below.
 
 
To post to the group:
 
 
To subscribe:
 
 
To unsubscribe:
 

 
 
Take care.  Mike.  Sent from my iBarstool.  Go dodgers!

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Tuesday, August 25, 2020 6:14 AM
Subject: [TechTalk] regarding NVDA configurationsprifles

Hi

How can I set an NVDA profile to tell all formatings of a text like a underlined, bold, etc. Whenever I activeate the formatings they are activated for the whole NVDA and not for the profile only.

 

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Re: Accessibility of ADT Security Systems?

Mike B
 

Hi Jerry,
 
We have talking keypads in both our homes, but the talking feature can be turned off.  When using the ADT app with Voiceover you're actually going through the ADT portal which is very accessible.  It's easier for me to use a bluetooth keyboard, but that's because I absolutely suck with using the iOS onscreen keyboard.  I don't have any problems with activating or deactivating the alarm or adjusting the thermostat temperature, swithching between AC / Heat or turning the fan from between Auto and On.  We don't have any other features like door locks or lights that we turn on and off, but I would imagine these would be accessible as well.
 
I will tell you that operating the alarm systems through the ADT website portal using Voiceover on my iPhone works much better than through any browser I've tried with both our Windows 7 & 10 computers, and I've tried pretty much most them except for Firefox, which I can't stand.  I've tried the New Edge, IE11, Waterfox, Chrome & Brave, but I think this more of a Jaws or NVDA issue that a browser problem.
 
Well, that's about it without getting too deep into the weeds.  Below is the ADT portal website you would be using.
 
 
 

Take care.  Mike.  Sent from my iBarstool.  Go dodgers!

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Tuesday, August 25, 2020 2:07 AM
Subject: [TechTalk] Accessibility of ADT Security Systems?

 

 

I’m considering ADT for my home security system.

They have a touch screen on the option I’m considering, but it can be managed somewhat from the Amazon Echo.  What I’m most concerned about is their iOS app.

I’d like to know if it works well with Voiceover.

 

Thanks.

 

Jerry Berrier

508-735-4420

http://www.birdblind.org

 


Re: Accessibility of ADT Security Systems?

Ron Canazzi
 

Hi Jerry,

If you cannot use the touch screen or the app, you can still request an old style keypad controller.  I have one of these. It speaks in a clear loud female voice.  The buttons are large and easy to locate and the help center is very good.  You can even customize the system with various codes to allow you to leave a bedroom window open or a kitchen window open on hot days or when you are cooking.


On 8/25/2020 5:07 AM, Jerry Berrier wrote:

 

 

I’m considering ADT for my home security system.

They have a touch screen on the option I’m considering, but it can be managed somewhat from the Amazon Echo.  What I’m most concerned about is their iOS app.

I’d like to know if it works well with Voiceover.

 

Thanks.

 

Jerry Berrier

508-735-4420

http://www.birdblind.org

 


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I Say: "I'm as happy as a stow away chimpanzee on a banana boat!"


regarding NVDA configurationsprifles

Cristina Ebetiuc
 

Hi

How can I set an NVDA profile to tell all formatings of a text like a underlined, bold, etc. Whenever I activeate the formatings they are activated for the whole NVDA and not for the profile only.

 

Gesendet von Mail für Windows 10

 


Re: number of people acceptable to keep everyone unmuted during a meeting?

Gene
 

My recollection is that It isn't bottom posting. A short excerpt of the message is included, the specific part being responded to. My recollection is that most of the previous message isn't included. I haven't thought aabout this much but that is my recollection..

Gene

-----Original Message-----
From: Ann Parsons
Sent: Tuesday, August 25, 2020 6:50 AM
To: main@techtalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] number of people acceptable to keep everyone unmuted during a meeting?

Hi all,

Brian, could you please refrain from bottom posting on this list? I'm
not the moderator, but it makes it extremely difficult for those of us
who use screen readers to find your messages.

Ann P.


Original message:
On Sun, Aug 23, 2020 at 09:54 PM, Sharon Hooley wrote:

How many participants, do you think, would be too much to keep everyone unmuted during the entire meeting?
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As others have already noted, the actual answer to this would depend entirely on the behavior of the attendees. In theory you could keep everyone unmuted and be fine; in practice this virtually never works, simply because there is so much opportunity for interruption due to ambient noise that can occur at random at any single or multiple participants' end.
That's why it's become pretty much standard practice for meeting organizers to set things up such that any attendee joins muted by default, and can unmute/mute themselves as necessary. It's not like there's much of a trick to toggling the mute in any one of the online meeting platforms. And, of course, if there are several participants involved in a true "back and forth" those participants would remain unmuted until that exchange is complete.
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Re: Linux groups for the blind

Damien Garwood <damien@...>
 

Hi,
To be fair, I have been thinking of setting up a Linux list, but given that I've, A, only used Ubuntu, B, only used it via SSH, and C, still have a lot of unanswered questions myself, I can hardly call myself an expert by any stretch of the imagination.
Put it this way. If my server has been attacked in its wild three year existence (and I will be very surprised if it hasn't), then it doesn't show.
Cheers,
Damien.

On 25/08/2020 01:11 pm, Norman wrote:
Hello.
The program-l list is a list for all things programing, not necessarily linux specifically.
Here is a link for the orca mailing list. <https://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/orca-list>
If you're wondering what orca is, it's the gui screen reader for linux, think jaws or nvda.
There are helpful users on there if you're just getting started. I'm curious, what aspects of linux will you be working with? I might be able to answer some questions on this list or off list if you prefer. I use linux myself on a daily basis, mostly server related although i have used and am planning to switch back to linux for my main workstation.
HTH.
On 8/24/2020 8:20 PM, Ashley Breger via groups.io wrote:
Thank you very much :-)


Ashley Breger

On Aug 24, 2020, at 7:10 PM, Jaffar Sidek<jaffar.sidek10@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi. I recommend you join this mailing list.

program-l@freelists.org

There is a bunch of Linux users in there and they are a helpful bunch. Also, you might have some Linux programming related course in your sylabus, and we will help you all we can. If you want, you could join a Ubuntu related list that may exist. Just google for it since there are quite a few blind Ubuntu users. I used to be a member of a blind general Linux list but i'm not sure if it still exists. HTH a bit. Cheers!

On 25/8/2020 3:20 am, Ashley Breger via groups.io wrote:
Hi guys,
I was wondering if anyone knew if there were any Lennix email groups for the blind? I am taking a Linux course through my college this semester and was wondering what parts of Lenix might be assessable to me.
Thanks,


Ashley Breger


Re: What are we missing access to in Zoom?

Steve Matzura
 

Settings are available and accessible. When not in a meeting, the Settings and Help options appear in a pull-down menu under your name. When in a meeting, there's a button labeled Settings. Where the Help button is on that screen I don't remember, but I know there is one.


What I have problems with are things like muting and unmuting my meeting's participants, and lowering hands when raised. I press ENTER or the space bar on the buttons, and often nothing happens.

On 8/24/2020 7:21 PM, Gene wrote:
Although Zoom is generally useable, from the comments of a sighted friend
and from what I've seen in help files and looking around the interface, it
appears that there is a whole pane of Zoom we have no access to. I think we
have access to the left pane, with all the controls and fields users can tab
around to, but I've tried all sorts of navigation methods and one or two
keyboard commands and I can't see, as far as I can tell, anything in the
right pane.  the right pane may include a settings opttion, a help option,
and perhaps other things.

What are we missing and is it important enough to contact the Zoom
development or accessibility, whoever is in charge of such things, team
about?

Gene


Re: number of people acceptable to keep everyone unmuted during a meeting?

Ann Parsons
 

Hi all,

That's them, not Zoom.

Ann P.


Original message:

Yes, but since I use other things like free conference call and google meet,
I have been told by several people that they don't have the raise your hand
feature. Pam.
-----Original Message-----
From: chris judge
Sent: Monday, August 24, 2020 2:53 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] number of people acceptable to keep everyone unmuted
during a meeting?
I host meetings using zoom all the time, and I rarely have my video on. I
would recommend anyone interested in doing any serious hosting get the
professional zoom scripts from Brian Hartgen as they really do enhance the
accessibility of zoom. While focused on the participants list you can scroll
through the names. Jaws will indicate who has their hand raised.
-----Original Message-----
From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of Gene
Sent: August 24, 2020 3:28 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] number of people acceptable to keep everyone unmuted
during a meeting?
If you mean that the host has to have his video on, that mayn be. But it
isn't clear what you meanor what you were told. The command is available to
phone users so if what you were told means anything, it must mean that the
host must be connected visually. I don't know if hosts can connect without
using a visual connection but I would think it would be rare, if it can be
done.
Gene
-----Original Message-----
From: Pamela Dominguez
Sent: Monday, August 24, 2020 1:16 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] number of people acceptable to keep everyone unmuted
during a meeting?
I'm told the raise the hand thing only works on something that's video.
Pam.
-----Original Message-----
From: Gene
Sent: Monday, August 24, 2020 1:06 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] number of people acceptable to keep everyone unmuted
during a meeting?
We don't know why. As I said, what sense does it make for a company to
design a system where phone users are at a disadvantage? There are,
doubtless, a lot of people who join meetings by phone for various reasons.
Also, there is a raise the hand command that you can do by phone. It is my
understanding that if a host mutes the whole room, you can unmute yourself
and talk. However, perhaps there is a way that the host can mute everyone
where he has to recognize anyone who wishes to speak, requiring that a hand
be raised.
Perhaps we will get more information.
Gene
-----Original Message-----
From: Pamela Dominguez
Sent: Monday, August 24, 2020 11:48 AM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] number of people acceptable to keep everyone unmuted
during a meeting?
There is an unmute because it works when you mute yourself. There have been
people who have tried to unmute them selves, and finally, they either called
back or got unmuted and said they were trying to get heard, and we didn't
hear them for minutes and minutes. Pam.
-----Original Message-----
From: Gene
Sent: Monday, August 24, 2020 11:52 AM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] number of people acceptable to keep everyone unmuted
during a meeting?
I don't know anything about how much the person knows or how reliable he is
in what he says about technical matters. Also, if someone tells me
something that is likely to be illogical, I'm skeptical. In this case, what
you were told appears to be illogical. Why would there be an unmute command
if you can't unmute yourself? It might be objected that the command only
works by phone if you mute yourself but that would be a completely illogical
design. Of course, somethimes a program is illogically designed but that
isn't the usual case.
Gene
-----Original Message-----
From: Pamela Dominguez
Sent: Monday, August 24, 2020 10:35 AM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] number of people acceptable to keep everyone unmuted
during a meeting?
The command is star 6. But when I was in the class on Friday, the guy said
he didn't want to mute everybody, because if he did that, we couldn't unmute
ourselves. So, he kept saying that somebody was making noise and that
person should mute themselves. Star 6 is a toggle. I had never before
heard that if the head person mutes everybody, only that person can unmute
people, so that was a surprise to me. Pam.
-----Original Message-----
From: Gene
Sent: Monday, August 24, 2020 11:24 AM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] number of people acceptable to keep everyone unmuted
during a meeting?
There is a specifric command for ;phone users to unmute themselves. And I
think they can do so, just as they can with a computer. I don't know that
because I haven't specifically searched for answers to the question but that
is by far the likely state of things. Why would the designers place phone
users at a disadvantage?
Gene
-----Original Message-----
From: Pamela Dominguez
Sent: Monday, August 24, 2020 9:56 AM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] number of people acceptable to keep everyone unmuted
during a meeting?
That's if you are using a computer. The calls I have made are on the phone,
and what we use, which is google meet, it seems that if the person in charge
mutes everybody, that person is the only one who can unmute somebody. At
least, that's what he told us. Pam.
-----Original Message-----
From: Gene
Sent: Sunday, August 23, 2020 11:11 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] number of people acceptable to keep everyone unmuted
during a meeting?
I'm not sure what would happen if too many people tried to talk at once.
The best thing to do might be to mute everyone, you can do that as the host,
then have people unmute themselves to talk and mute themselves after they
do. I haven't used this feature, but pressing and holding the space bar is
supposed to unmute someone when they are muted and then releasing it would
mute them again. So people shouldn't have to keep unmuting and muting
themselves, just press the space bar to talk.
Gene
-----Original Message-----
From: Sharon Hooley
Sent: Sunday, August 23, 2020 8:54 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: [TechTalk] number of people acceptable to keep everyone unmuted
during a meeting?
Hi,
How many participants, do you think, would be too much to keep everyone
unmuted during the entire meeting? In my case, I have six siblings and 18
nieces and nephews with their families. I wish everyone could come in at
once for conversation as if in person.. Any feedback would be much
appreciated.
Thanks,


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Re: Linux groups for the blind

Norman
 

Hello.

The program-l list is a list for all things programing, not necessarily linux specifically.

Here is a link for the orca mailing list.

If you're wondering what orca is, it's the gui screen reader for linux, think jaws or nvda.

There are helpful users on there if you're just getting started. I'm curious, what aspects of linux will you be working with? I might be able to answer some questions on this list or off list if you prefer. I use linux myself on a daily basis, mostly server related although i have used and am planning to switch back to linux for my main workstation.


HTH.




On 8/24/2020 8:20 PM, Ashley Breger via groups.io wrote:
Thank you very much :-)


Ashley Breger

On Aug 24, 2020, at 7:10 PM, Jaffar Sidek <jaffar.sidek10@...> wrote:

Hi.  I recommend you join this mailing list.

program-l@...

There is a bunch of Linux users in there and they are a helpful bunch.  Also, you might have some Linux programming related course in your sylabus, and we will help you all we can.  If you want, you could join a Ubuntu related list that may exist.  Just google for it since there are quite a few blind Ubuntu users.  I used to be a member of a blind general Linux list but i'm not sure if it still exists.  HTH a bit.  Cheers!

On 25/8/2020 3:20 am, Ashley Breger via groups.io wrote:
Hi guys,
I was wondering if anyone knew if there were any Lennix email groups for the blind? I am taking a Linux course through my college this semester and was wondering what parts of Lenix might be assessable to me.
Thanks,


Ashley Breger








Re: What are we missing access to in Zoom?

Ann Parsons
 

Hi all,

There are two windows for Zoom, and you alternate between them with alt-tab.

Ann P.

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Not all those who wander are lost."


Re: Linux groups for the blind

Ann Parsons
 

Hi all,

That depends on what distribution you're using. Most blind folk favor Debian or Ubuntu.

I don't know of any lists currently, I've been out of the Linux world for about ten years now. Somebody here will know, though.

Ann P.


Original message:

Hi guys,
I was wondering if anyone knew if there were any Lennix email groups for the blind? I am taking a Linux course through my college this semester and was wondering what parts of Lenix might be assessable to me.
Thanks,

Ashley Breger
--
Ann K. Parsons
Portal Tutoring
EMAIL: akp@sero.email
Author of The Demmies: http://www.dldbooks.com/annparsons/
Portal Tutoring web site: http://www.portaltutoring.info
Skype: Putertutor

"All that is gold does not glitter,
Not all those who wander are lost."

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