[texhax] TeX for the blind

William Adams will.adams at frycomm.com
Fri Dec 8 16:37:56 CET 2006

On Dec 8, 2006, at 10:19 AM, Philip TAYLOR wrote:

> I genuinely cannot see how a screen-reader, given only a formatted
> page image with no semantic markup, can possibly know that the "2"
> in x^2 + y+2 = z^2 should be pronounced "squared" whilst the
> "3" in this footnote^3 should be pronounced "see footnote 3" and
> the "-1" in this trigonometry (sin^-1) should be moved to the front
> of the "sin"(e) and pronounced "arc" !

I don't believe I indicated it would be a panacea, just a help (and  
that screen readers _really_ need the help).

Here's a quick dump of all the web sites I happened to dig up while  





William Adams
senior graphic designer
Fry Communications

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