[BCAB] Apple Macs.

Lewis Crack lewiscrack at gmail.com
Wed May 7 14:31:33 BST 2014


Hi.

I also use a MacBook 13inch regularly, and still use Windows too, but
I too find the Mac very intuitive and accessible.
Regards.
Lewis.

On 07/05/2014, Ian Macrae <ian.macrae at disabilitynow.org.uk> wrote:
> I use a MacBook pro on a daily basis and have found it intuitively
> accessible for the last three years or so.
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> On 7 May 2014, at 13:42, Sandra Heaton wrote:
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> Hi all,
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> Sorry to be a pain again but have any of you used or got an apple Mac
> laptop?  How accessible are they for totally blind people and does the
> Duxbury system work with the Mac pro?  I know there is probably a Mac news
> group- but I thought this also would be a good place to ask my question with
> it being a computer question.
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> Thanks.  I am still busily reading through all your comments and I must
> admit you people are being very helpful.
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> I haven't quite decided what  I am going to do as yet.  All I know is that
> at some point I have to make a decision.
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> Thank you everyone.
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