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Eset has something called Keyboard protection in v16 of its flagship products. It's suitable for preventing keyloggers to do its thing, however reportedly it also affects screen reader experience. Here is an article in czech about this thing


Yesterday I have discovered this amazing call recording app for #Android. It's called #BCR. Apart of its settings it has no UI, it detects both incoming and outgoing calls when they are picked up not when you are making them, it supports storage access framework, it uses android system decoders, it has quick tile toggle, it generates consistent file names with optional contact names, it can be installed as a magisk module. Ihave translated it into slovak. It's really very light on resources and works great. https://github.com/chenxiaolong/BCR/

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What a joy. There is a speech-dispatcher package on termux for quite some time already. Just install it with apt-get install speechd and It'll start working with espeak included. https://github.com/termux/termux-packages/tree/master/packages/speechd


For all the #Accessible #Games fans, see the quest related to the Kikiriki Games upcoming title at https://thebravebrain.com/


Dear @Thunderbird in version 102 you have added spaces toolbar. In version 107 nightly you have added list button on the message list toolbar that can be used to reorder message list columns. Would you consider moving these to the view menu where these make perfect sense in order to make keyboard only users happier? I know you would like to make them easier to discover but discoverability is short term goal and usability is here to stay.



Recently a friend recommended me to try out this awesome looking GPS navigation app specifically designed for visualy disabled users.
Seeing Assistant Move: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=pl.com.tt.seeingassistantmove
Unfortunately I can't make it work on my Android 12 device. The app never receives GPS signal eventhough all the permissions are granted.
Do you know someone who is using it on Android? #Android #Accessibility

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Is it me or is #Google slowly removing accessibility support from #android #aosp apps?
I'm running android 12.1 and included calendar and keyboard are no longer accessible. Keyboard is not a problem for me, as I am using 3rd party braille keyboards either soft braille keyboard or the one included within corvus suite of apps.
However I am unable to find an accessible calendar app.
Etar is partially accessible, only the agenda view is useable with the screen reader.
Simple calendar has accessibility issues.
Have you got some more tips?


Woohoo! There are now free and open-source polish voices for RH Voice under creative commons licence.

https://www.zlotowicz.pl/synteza/



Upgrading friend's Rock pro 64 from debian stretch throug debian buster to debian bullseye.


Nice to know poste.io is using the same stack for building email server I am running for a few years already. It's Haraka SMTP server, Dovecot imap server, rspamd for spam filtering and roundcube for accessing messages through the web.


Interesting development related to Google Analytics and GDPR





Jeej, perfektné, zdá sa, že na #friendica môžem posielať aj cez #Tusky!
Som zvedavý, ako sa to ujme.