Posted by davidwoodbr on December 30, 2015
On the 31st of December 2015 Aussie time, the official Twitter client for Mac OS X was updated. Amongst the improvements was giving access to VoiceOver users to the interface.
In this demo, I take you through a brief exploration of the Twitter client, navigating the home time line, examining a tweets details, activating a link within a tweet, replying to a tweet, switching between the views for Home timeline, Notifications (mentions), Messages, Profile, Lists, and Search, demo of the Tweet sub-menu from the main menu to allow for retweeting of tweets etc, and posting a new tweet.
As this is a short demo, I did not go in to Messages, Lists or Searching.
Demo was mainly to show you that the updated Twitter app for Mac OS X is indeed accessible.
A few rough edges, but nothing that stops basic solid functioning of the app.
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This article excerpt was sourced from the website iSee - Using various technologies from a blind persons perspective and the original article can be found at Demo of the updated Twitter client for Mac OS X using VoiceOver: now accessible..