Short explanation of the issue:
The PE wich can be used by blind people, must contain:
- An audio driver working in the current hardware
- A screen reader like NVDA
Seems to be easy, but there is an issue:
When during boot, the audio driver is installed, sometimes Billy the Door has some concerns, and asks whether this driver should be installed inspite of missing author certification or whatelse.
For a non-blind user that is no issue. He sees Billy's popup and clicks on "Yes"
Because the screen reader is not installed yet, the blind user does not hear Billy's question, and after a while he thinks that something hangs.
His usual (and logical) reaction is to restart the PE:
Same game again ...
To first install the screen reader, and then install the audio driver, would not help.
When the screen reader is started without a valid audio driver accessable, it remains silent. And there is no way for blind users to define the audio driver for the screen reader later.
Maybe in this topic we'll find a working solution ...
BTW: I mainly see "visual impaired" in posts, rather than "blind". Is it an aggression when I use "blind" ?