Guidepup current supports the following screen readers:
- VoiceOver for MacOS
- NVDA for Windows
VoiceOver is an advanced screen-reading technology integrated into the Mac OS X operating system. VoiceOver enables users with visual disabilities to control their computer using a rich set of keyboard commands and gestures. This chapter provides an overview of VoiceOver and key topics such as the VoiceOver cursor and current focus, keyboard shortcuts, and using function keys on some keyboards.
To learn VoiceOver commands please refer to the following popular guides:
- Apple VoiceOver Appendix A. Commands and Gestures
- Deque University VoiceOver Keyboard Shortcuts on a Mac
NVDA allows blind and vision impaired people to access and interact with the Windows operating system and many third party applications.
Please refer to the NVDA User Guide system requirements to ensure your system can support the application.
To learn NVDA commands please refer to the following popular guides: