2018-09-26 16:10:12

Wich version of visual studio is must accessible with Jaws and nvda?
I'm running Jaws 18 and the latest version of NVDA.
If I were to run Jaws, wich version of visual studio would be must accessible, and if I'm running NVDA, wich version of Visual Studio would be the must accessible?
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ps: I'm hoping to run a some what up-to-date version of vs, by that I mean either version 15, 17 or later.
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2018-09-26 18:31:38

Get the latest one. Don't forget to get the CodeTalk extension as well. It is specifically designed to boost your capabilities during coding, I don't know how but blind  professionals use it.

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2018-09-26 18:46:27

CodeTalk was never completed, so far as I know. Its good, but with what VS has now, its being mostly superseded.

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2018-09-26 19:31:17

given that NVDA is compiled in visual studio, and I, as a beginner have used it accessibly, I would say NVDA works just fine. can't speak to JAWS.

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