Text to Speech
Fixed a bug introduced in the previous update which caused speech output to be unreliable when using NeoSpeech VoiceText.
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Fixed a problem that prevented users from reading and selecting text in some read-only text controls.
System Access no longer announces that a link is visited if you navigated to it using Tab or Shift+Tab.
Important: Windows Vista users must use the old SA Mobile Network browser to install this update. Please contact Serotek technical support if you have any trouble installing this update.
Added support for drop-down menus on sites such as BillMeLater.com.
Added announcement of visited links as an optional message.
Fixed a bug which prevented the Napster web-based player from working in our new browser.
Fixed a bug which sometimes caused Internet Explorer to crash.
Eliminated a sometimes long delay that occurred when windows closed, especially browser windows.
Several of the bugs listed below were found at the Code Factory web site, especially in the product selection wizard.
Fixed a problem with same-page links on some sites.
Fixed a bug which sometimes caused SA to get stuck in an infinite loop when trying to read a form field label.
Fixed a bug which sometimes caused SA to present a link twice.
Fixed a bug which sometimes caused SA to say a button name twice.
Fixed a bug which sometimes caused SA to present check boxes or radio buttons as push buttons when doing a continuous read, but not when using the tab and arrow keys.
Improved the rules for finding the content of a page when the page is loaded.
Fixed a problem that prevented SA from updating its virtual buffer when changes occur on some DHTML-based pages.
Fixed a problem that prevented SA from detecting U3 smart drives on some machines.
Added the auto-labeling feature of C-SAW which was previously only available in the old SA Mobile Network browser. To auto-label a page, press Modifier+A. In the new SA Mobile Network browser, you can also use Alt+A, which was the command for auto-labeling in the old browser.
Fixed a few bugs which made the form for posting a comment on a Blogger-based blog, such as the Serotek blog, somewhat confusing.