[BlindMath] Math and NVDA

Abdulqadir Ahmad arfs6.mail at gmail.com
Fri Oct 20 06:26:41 UTC 2023

Hi, Dana!

I think the most obvious difference between mathcat and access8math is 
that access8math has support for writing maths, but mathcat is focused 
on reading maths. You can use the access8math editor to write and any of 
the two to read. Explore there settings for that.

you can just pick anyone and start working with it, when you get stuck, 
then you might need the other one or a new feature.

Abdulqadir Ahmad


On 10/18/2023 9:47 PM, Dana Ibrahim via BlindMath wrote:
> Dear Blind Math members,
> I hope you are all well.
> I had a question regarding math with NVDA.
> I know that there are 2 add-ons that we can install to make math more
> accessible with NVDA: Access8Math and the MathCAT add-on.
> What is the difference between the 2, or do they both perform the same
> functions?
> Thank you,
> Dana
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