The purpose of GUI-TALK is to discuss the use of the Graphical User
Interface, (GUI,) by blind and visually impaired persons. The GUI includes,
but is not limited to, Microsoft Windows 3.X, Windows 95, Windows 98,
Windows NT, Windows XP, Windows 7 and 8, X-Windows, the Macintosh OS, etc. The GUI can also include
graphical interfaces used on consumer electronic devices, office equipment,
bank machines, etc.
GUI-TALK provides a forum where we can ask questions and get answers
to those inquiries. We can share tips and tricks, discuss software and
hardware used to access the GUI, and more. This list is sponsored by the
National Federation of the Blind and will occasionally carry announcements of
interest to NFB members and our friends and supporters. GUI-TALK also gives
you access to the resources and information provided by the International
Braille and Technology Center for the Blind, the world's largest
demonstration and evaluation center for computer technology used by blind
persons. GUI-TALK will be moderated, and off-topic messages will not be
permitted. People violating this rule will be warned privately via e-mail.
If violation of this rule continues, their names will be removed from the
mailing list by the moderator.
This list is moderated by David Andrews who you can reach at firstname.lastname@example.org
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