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February 04, 2010

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Fabi

Thank you for this page, which I found to be really intrnestieg. One comment I have regarding MathPlayer is that it is only available in English, as far as I know. For those using Jaws in Spanish it represents a problem. One possible solution is using Jaws dictionary to replace English terms with their translations to Spanish. We have tried this, and checked that it fails now and then as some terms seem not to be replaced, and as a consequence Jaws will read them in English. Anyhow, translation through Jaws does not seem to be the way to go. Are there any plans to offer Mathplayer in Spanish?

Neil Soiffer

Check out MathPlayer 3 at www.dessci.com. It supports Spanish and lots of other languages and hopefully solves your problem.

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