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--- DISCONTINUED. (Verified December 2002) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Freedom 1 is a transparent talking screen review program for the IBM-PC and its compatibles. Tilde key is used to switch from the applications ( actual program) mode to the review (screen reading) mode. Once in the review mode, the user can use single keys to execute a number of commands, including character, word, line, and screen reading; silent cursor movement; reverse reading; and placement and seeking of text markers. ESCAPE brings the user back into the applications mode. The user can turn on a cursor joining mode which automatically moves the cursor back to the point where reading from the reading mode stopped. Freedom 1 Version 3 allows automatic joining of applications and review cursors, and has an option to allow users to create their own interactive commands with single or limited keys, allowing text to be read without entering review mode. Freedom 1 produces its voice output via any of various commercially available speech synthesizers. COMPATIBILITY: For use on IBM PC computers.
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This product record was updated on April 24, 2003.
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Interface Systems International
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