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While not a voice activated system, we ended using the Switch accessibility controls in the Ipad. This allowed us to connect a bluetooth keyboard to the Ipad and program gestures which are be activated by the keyboard. For example, we set the spacebar to a "swipe right" gesture which works perfectly for reading within the ebooks app. Alternatively, the ...


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I'm constantly amused how the Web is "just now discovering" vector formats. HTML has no particular support for it, Word is even worse, and SVG format is just catching on. But vector has been a staple of desktop publishing since 1986. An ebook is analogous to desktop publishing, not making a web page. The traditional vector graphics format is PostScript. ...


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If your person lives in the US, check into the NLS National Library Service (NLS) is a free braille and talking book library service for people with temporary or permanent low vision, blindness, or a physical disability that prevents them from reading or holding the printed page. https://www.loc.gov/nls/ They have ereaders and booksthat specially built ...


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I don't know a lot about SVG, but I have played around very superficially with svg in ebooks (about a year or two ago). What I found was that although my simple svg worked in one or two epub readers, support on Kindle was very iffy. If you look at the Amazon Kindle Publishing Guidelines, you will see about half a page on SVG support. It seemed very ...


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