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accessibility of windows azure for a blind it user

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  • Hi. a blind it student studying a diploma of software development from http://www.upskilled.edu. And using http://www.pluralsight.com for their content. I use a screen reader jaws for windows from http://www.freedomscientific.com, and the windows azure I am up to the subject using windows azure web apps. So I have an account, via dreamspark. And now when I tried to create a new application, the site is totally inaccessible. Using windows 10 64 bit pro on a Toshiba satellite pro machine, and using firefox and internet explorer, could not create a new application, and the site could use improved accessibility, try the 40 minute version of jaws or the free non visual desktop access at http://www.nvaccess.org, and more headings, a true radio button group or list, keyboard short cuts, and could not seem to crea the web apps, I need this for this next part of my subject for the course, windows 8.1 windows azure, I need the accessibility department. Unless there is a more accessible version of the site. Thought Microsoft would have adhered to the world wide consortium adaptive gudielines 2.0, making website accessible, have not tried google chrome, but probably the same, and Microsoft edge does not work with screen readers. Have got visual studio community 2015, and when I went to the server explorer, Microsoft azure, says 0 subscriptions, and then when I signed in, only the databases showed up. So any help. Just frustrated, maybe contact my lecturer Darrell klar via Darrell.klar@upskilled.edu.au, maybe on school holidays.

    Can you help. Tried phoning, but our phone home phone not working and not sure if left a message or got through.

    Can you help.

    Frustrated and stuck, and also your tabs need to be fix a total mess accessibility.

    Using aa screen reader.

    Get back to me, want to do the first exercise, and following t

    Hi. a blind it student studying a diploma of software development from http://www.upskilled.edu. And using http://www.pluralsight.com for their content. I use a screen reader jaws for windows from http://www.freedomscientific.com, and the windows azure I am up to the subject using windows azure web apps. So I have an account, via dreamspark. And now when I tried to create a new application, the site is totally inaccessible. Using windows 10 64 bit pro on a Toshiba satellite pro machine, and using firefox and internet explorer, could not create a new application, and the site could use improved accessibility, try the 40 minute version of jaws or the free non visual desktop access at http://www.nvaccess.org, and more headings, a true radio button group or list, keyboard short cuts, and could not seem to crea the web apps, I need this for this next part of my subject for the course, windows 8.1 windows azure, I need the accessibility department. Unless there is a more accessible version of the site. Thought Microsoft would have adhered to the world wide consortium adaptive gudielines 2.0, making website accessible, have not tried google chrome, but probably the same, and Microsoft edge does not work with screen readers. Have got visual studio community 2015, and when I went to the server explorer, Microsoft azure, says 0 subscriptions, and then when I signed in, only the databases showed up. So any help. Just frustrated, maybe contact my lecturer Darrell klar via Darrell.klar@upskilled.edu.au, maybe on school holidays.

    Can you help. Tried phoning, but our phone home phone not working and not sure if left a message or got through.

    Can you help.

    Frustrated and stuck, and also your tabs need to be fix a total mess accessibility.

    Using aa screen reader.

    Get back to me, want to do the first exercise, and following the transcript on the site.

    Marvin from Adelaide.

    Ps: tried to call, and then tried to e-mail, but got a filure notice. And the web portal is a nightmare, for accessibility.

    So do you know who to e-mail or accessibility a Microsoft Australia, azure.

    he transcript on the site.

    Marvin from Adelaide.

    Ps: tried to call, and then tried to e-mail, but got a filure notice. And the web portal is a nightmare, for accessibility.

    So do you know who to e-mail or accessibility a Microsoft Australia, azure.


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    Wednesday, July 20, 2016 6:55 AM