[Blindmath] MathML issues
NeilS at dessci.com
Fri Oct 22 12:17:34 CDT 2010
We are not aware of any problems with IE(6,7,8) and JAWS. One problem users
sometimes have is the security alert that Birkir mentions. I don't know how
JAWS conveys that -- from what Birkir says, it sounds like you need to use
F6 3 times to find it. You might check with a sighted colleague also and
ask them if they see the little bar near the top of the window. Perhaps in
your upgrades, some previous acceptance where you said it was ok to run
MathPlayer got wiped out or perhaps upgrading to MathPlayer 2.2 caused it to
warn you again.
Naturally, we wish MathPlayer didn't trigger that warning, but there is
nothing we can do about it.
Good luck in fixing your problem,
Design Science, Inc.
~ Makers of MathType, MathFlow, MathPlayer, MathDaisy, Equation Editor ~
2010/10/22 Birkir Rúnar Gunnarsson <birkir.gunnarsson at gmail.com>
> Not sure how much this helps but here's the download page at Design
> Science (you probably have already tried this but worth a shot
> There is a link you can click to check if you have the latest version
> installed (in IE, at lesat, you have to use f6 3 times to get to a
> window where you are warned that IE is trying to run a plug in and you
> have to authorize it, hitting space or enter on that pop up should
> allow it to run and perform the check).
> Here is the page with their samples of math ml equestions (inline and
> larger, fractions, superscripts etc)
> Sample Equations to Speak
> My Jaws 11 with IE 8 speaks these correctly.
> Can you check this page to make sure that your MathPlayer is the
> problem, not the page with the math equations you are trying to read
> (it is conceivable there is a problem with how they were exported to
> math ml after all).
> Hopefully one of these two steps will help some.
> On 10/22/10, Mary Stores <mstores at indiana.edu> wrote:
> > OK, thanks. I'll have to see if I can find one.
> > Mary
> > Quoting Susan Jolly <easjolly at ix.netcom.com>:
> >> It sounds as though there is something odd about the interface
> >> between Jaws and IE with MathPlayer. I would advise visiting a
> >> sighted person who has the latest MathPlayer installed and listening
> >> to how MathPlayer speaks math when Jaws isn't involved. That way you
> >> will know what you should be hearing. For example here's what the
> >> latest MathPlayer speaks for the quadratic equation: a x squared plus
> >> bee x plus cee equals zero.
> >> Best wishes,
> >> SusanJ
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