The next version of Window-Eyes will be released as a public beta very shortly and includes a new user interface, UIA support, and many other enhancements. We speak with several staff from GW Micro including Vice President of Sales Dan Weirich, Vice President of Product Development and Support Doug Geoffray, and Director of Training Jeremy Curry to learn more about the upcoming release in this podcast.
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MGD4Ever Tuesday, 01-Feb-2011 1:44 PM ET:
so, can anyone clarify if this means that the new interface will finally do away with the need to use the antequated text2set and set2text utilities to make changes to all applications at once? something as simple as making the insert+escape key combination refresh the screen no matter what application you are in is an unnecessarily complicated process in Window-eyes right now. If 7.5 will allow such a change to be made globally without using set2text and text2set that's a reason to get excited about this upgrade in and of itself.
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