Re: New accessibility improvements in Skype 8.0 | Skype Blogs

Octavian Rasnita

You keep telling me that I am a minority, but I don't understand what this has something to do with the fact that I consider that skype 8 is worse than Skype 7.
Do I said that I consider that Skype 8 is worse than Skype 7 for all blind users?
If I would do that, then yes, you could tell me that I am wrong, and that no, for many people Skype 8 is very good.
I just said that Skype 8 is worse for me than Skype 7, and it doesn't matter if millions of blind people consider Skype 8 as good as Skype 7, for me Skype 7 will remain better.
Or did I said that those who consider Skype 7 better is a majority?
No, I didn't. I just said that I just like more skype 7. That's all.
Is that something so bad if I still like Skype 7 and all accessible native apps better than web-based apps?
But no, probably the problem is elsewhere, because you and some other list member I think that agreed that there is a minority that prefers Skype 7, so you accept that some people prefer Skype 7.
Do you like  only positive opinions of other people about the things that you like?
I hope that it is not the case.
If you buy something, a phone, a car, a dress, and ask your friend his/her opinion about that thing, do you feel bad if your friend tells you that he or she doesn't like that thing at all?
I am just trying to see what's the problem with hearing other people's opinions if they don't match with yours.

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Tuesday, November 20, 2018 7:11 PM
Subject: Re: [skypeenglish] New accessibility improvements in Skype 8.0 | Skype Blogs

Who said anyting about pressing two keys. I just use one and it is awesome. You again are the minority here.

On 19 Nov 2018, at 22:27, Octavian Rasnita wrote:

I'm also tired to explain you that not all the people have the same needs from the same applications, because it seems that it is hard for you to understand.
Pressing 2 keys instead of one takes 100% more effort and time, so yes, is not OK for everybody.
If something is not perfect, we should accept it as is, but we should also agree that is not perfect and don't pretend that it is perfect and we should tell only good things about it.
If you say that you are so tired, then I'd have a recommendation for you... instead of telling me to shut up, just because I don't have the same preferences as yours. Why don't you shut up instead if it is so hard for you to understand?
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Tuesday, November 20, 2018 12:55 AM
Subject: Re: [skypeenglish] New accessibility improvements in Skype 8.0 | Skype Blogs

again, this is where your quick nav keys for web interaction come in to play. because you simply press e to enter your edit field, and you're there. then tap your space bar to go in to forms or brows mode, depending on your screenreader, then you can type away.

It really is not rocket science, and I'm really getting tired of you knit picking every single thing you can and finding every single reason you can to decry not only skype, but the tireless work both developers and end-users have done to get it where it is today. I'm sorry, but either put up, or shut up.

On 20/11/2018 07:38, Octavian Rasnita wrote:

Yes, that's true. In some cases it might be faster to navigate in the web interface, but the problem I see is that the web interface is not standard, and anytime can appear something new in that interface, advertising, a link there, a button elsewhere, so we can't memorize that we need to press tab twice and then enter and then do this fast without waiting for screen reader to speak. I prefer the interfaces that never change depending on context. For sighted it is not a problem because they can see the entire window, they can see the context very fast.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, November 19, 2018 9:24 PM
Subject: Re: [skypeenglish] New accessibility improvements in Skype 8.0 | Skype Blogs

I don't mind the web inerface, in fact, I find myself navigating a lot faster in the web interface than the older interface but thats just me.

On 19 Nov 2018, at 9:49, Octavian Rasnita wrote:

Any improvement is good, but these are small improvements while bigger issues will never be solved.
The biggest issue: Skype 8 uses a web interface.
This issue might be worked around if the scripts will turn the virtual buffer off automaticly and it will use only the PC cursor, and of course, if this way Skype will be fully accessible this way.
The best news is that for the moment Skype 7 still works. Too bad that it will probably stop working soon.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, November 19, 2018 7:29 PM
Subject: [skypeenglish] New accessibility improvements in Skype 8.0 | Skype Blogs

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