[Athen] Accessible Screen Capture
Schwarte, David M.
schwarte at purdue.edu
Tue Apr 21 05:45:49 PDT 2015
If the worker is using some flavor of Windows, I would suggest sticking with the screen capture built into Windows (Alt + PrtScn.). Someone may need to do some cropping of the image later. The reason I suggest this is because most screen capture programs also install a video chain driver that may cause problems with the screenreader, unless the person sticks with NVDA. NVDA does not have a video chain driver. For example, Camtasia-Snagit will not work if JAWS is installed prior to Camtasia's installation. At one time I did more screen capture and I knew how different screenreaders interacted with different screen capture programs. Usually the two programs did not interact well.
I hope this helps.
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Subject: [Athen] Accessible Screen Capture
Does anyone know of an accessible screen capture program? I have a blind worker who is doing some work with our remediation team, and she really needs to be doing some screen capture as she goes when possible. I have not had to look into this before so don't quite know where to direct her.
Thanks in advance for advice and assistance.
Alternate Format Access Coordinator
University of Colorado Boulder
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