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    Anonymous commented  · 

    As a visually impaired Catholic and someone who teaches blind consumers how to use computers, I would like to add my comments and say that I think this is an extremely important issue. I would like to know if Logos's software uses what are called standard windows controls, which allows screen readers to access the content of the software. If I knew that the software was accessible, I would certainly consider purchasing it. I use NVDA, which is a free screen reader, available from www.nvaccess.org. I would also be willing to volunteer my time as a beta tester to test any accessibility which Logos would like to incorporate into their software.