[Athen] Resources for Computer Science and a Screenreader User

Stephen (Alex) Marositz smarositz at csudh.edu
Fri Jan 17 07:40:29 PST 2020

Greetings David

I've found Pluma to be the best text editor for use with Orca. It comes preinstalled with Mate but in actuality most text editors work fine.

Now, it will not have some of the more advanced features that a programing text editor will have of course.

Stephen Alex Marositz
ATI Coordinator
Ext 3077

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Hello Everyone,

I will be working with a student in Computer Science this spring. It has been a few years, probably coming up on 10, since I have worked with a screenreader user in this field. The students first question was about a Linux text editor that would be screenreader friendly. It has been long-enough that I don't even know if the terminal programs I last used, let alone any text editors, are even still available. Does anyone know of web resources, and e-mail list etc., that I can work with to take a crash course and try to get caught up?

David Schwarte

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