[texhax] Teaching TeX to Visually Disabled

Torsten Wagner torsten.wagner at gmail.com
Wed Feb 29 08:43:27 CET 2012

But I guess it's not an easy task to set it up correctly.
The author of emacsspeak is visual impaired and might have a lot of more
tricks and ideas on his website.
All the best
On Feb 29, 2012 6:35 AM, "Uwe Ziegenhagen" <ziegenhagen at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi there,
> I'll give a LaTeX tutorial next week and will have a blind participant who
> will bring a 40-line Braille reader.
> Can anyone give me hints how to TeX best if one cannot see the results?
> Are there packages aiding in finding bugs? Any editors that are preferable
> in comparison to  others?
> Uwe
> --
> Uwe Ziegenhagen
> <http://www.uweziegenhagen.de>
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