Dolphin has released version 16.03 of the SuperNova screen reader, a free update for existing users. Don't let the version number fool you, as this release packs in quite a few new features.
This release includes enhanced support for Microsoft Office 2016, support for the Baum Vario 340 braille display, support for additional Vocalizer voices, and support for the Windows 10 Creators update.
Those wishing to try SuperNova can downoad a free 30-day trial from the link on this post. We've included the list of features and changes in this version below
Changes in 16.03
- FIX: Microsoft Office stability improvements including * performance enhancements to Office 2016
- NEW: Added support for Baum Vario 340 Braille Display into the Vario Ultra driver
- NEW: Added new driver for Vocaliser Expressive version 2 voices
- FIX: Updated Eurobraille driver for ESys displays
- NEW: Support for Windows 10 Creators Edition Update
- NEW: v16 Product language support for Arabic and Portuguese added
- FIX: Default colour scheme now being applied when 'Restore Defaults' in the colour changer dialog is selected.
- FIX: The email address suggestions auto- complete is now speaking in Outlook.
- FIX: Issue with voice settings on mouse when changing the screen reader voice have been resolved.
- FIX: Unable to change user settings location from the registry.
- FIX: Window setting to disable Outlook reading pane is now per user rather than the whole machine.
- FIX: Read From Here hotkey and tab button now disabled in 'Magnifier & Speech with mouse' profile.
- FIX: WordPad crash on startup is fixed.
- FIX: Syntax highlighting and auto completion no longer disabled when pressing F8 key.
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J.J. Meddaugh is an experienced technology writer and computer enthusiast. He is a graduate of Western Michigan University with a major in telecommunications management and a minor in business. When not writing for Blind Bargains, he enjoys travel, playing the keyboard, and meeting new people.