As part of an overhaul to Nathan Tech, software that we wrote using the BGT engine are being overhauled so that they are both visually appealing, but also not going to make your virus checkers go on sugar highes!
The question is, what software would you like done first?
Character counter has already been done, and is with the testers right now, but out of the following, which would you like us to overhaul first?
Nathan Tech's answer to wanting a simplistic calendar for screen reader users.
This calendar comes with no graphics and is made with you in mind!
• multiple calendars
• portable and static modes
• fantastic navigation including day, month, and yearly jumping
• easy scheduling of events
• And much much more
Try it today by
Ever needed to quickly write something down?
Have you ever wished you had a program to make lists in, or perhaps do keyword deffinitions in?
Ever wanted a piece of software that was small, easy-to-use, and required minimal fuss to jot down ideas?
then Take Note is for you!
What's the time Mister Wolf
WTMW is Nathan Tech's take on a talking clock for the visually impaired. It supports the following features:
*ability to say 15 minute, 30 minute, 45 minute and hourly time notifications
*toggle for displaying seconds
*choose from several sounds for your time reminder
*ability to toggle on and off big ben sound effects on the hour.
*supports jaws, NVDA, window eyes, system access and MS sapi
*can tell you how long your computer has been on for
*can tell you how long the program has been running for
Has a countdown timer
HAs a count up timer
Unless objections are heard, the product key manager, both the user and developer version, are likely to be depricated.
Let us know!
Managing Director of Nathan Tech
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