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Screen readers? Narrator, Jaws?

I don't want to feel like offensive or something, but Paint.NET is a application which allow one to paint or touch up photos.

How would one do this without seeing what he is drawing?

Could you go farther, explain a bit more your expectations?

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Oh! No problem! Don't think I'm mad...I work in the field of tactile/haptics devices for blind people!This is what I'm exactly looking for: a very simple application which allows to paint, draw lines etc... but for me it' necessary that this application could support a screen reader.

I've already tested paint. net with Jaws and with Narrator but I found some problems (mainly in reading the tools menu) that 's why I tried to get an answer here. I hope someone can help

Thank you

MICK

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PLEASE READ THE RULES BEFORE POSTING AGAIN. SHOUTING IS ANNOYING, AND PERCEIVED AS RUDE.

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Paint.NET is a very visual application, and as such not suited for blind users. There has been zero work to make it accessible to screen readers, nor will this ever be implemented.

The Paint.NET Blog: https://blog.getpaint.net/

Donations are always appreciated! https://www.getpaint.net/donate.html

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