Accessible Apps has released a major release to QRead, its Windows-based file and book reader. The latest release includes direct Bookshare.org integration, support for tables using an embedded browser, improved support for modern Microsoft Office documents, Goodreads integration, and several bug fixes. The changelog is below. It's a free update for existing users. Read more at the QRead page on the Accessible Apps website.
- Added support for displaying tables in an embedded browser by pressing enter on them
- Added t and shift+t keystrokes for quickly navigating between tables.
- Added support for directly importing books from Bookshare using the Bookshare Downloader
- Integrated with Goodreads to share book status updates and reviews
- Added a Speech Options dialog for quickly setting characteristics of QRead's built-in tts support.
- Don't reload all books when opening a new one from Windows Explorer
- Stop speech immediately when Stop Speech is pressed, instead of waiting until the end of the current sentence.
*Improved DocX support including support for links, headings, and tables.
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