by Andrew Kirkpatrick

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September 23, 2009

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I spoke at the RNIB’s Techshare conference in London last week. The topic was Rich Internet Applications with Flash, Flex, and AIR. The talk was geared to a tech-savvy consumer audience, so was light on coding specifics but highlights the key high-level messages about Flash, Flex, and AIR. If you are interested, take a few minutes to view the presentation and let me know if you have comments.


  • By Johh - 6:18 PM on September 30, 2009  

    Thanks for taking the time to post. Found it iteresting particularly in light of a previous reputation of Adobe Vs Accessibility.

  • By Lara - 9:06 PM on October 24, 2009  

    I have a Gateway 10.1″ Netbook with Win. 7 screen that will not go to the bottom of the page to click the accept button for the Adobe Reader – License Agreement. I have tried to move the page up and use the scroll to go down but there isn’t enough space. I just can’t get to the bottom of the page. The page doesn’t allow me to make it smaller (restore down) so I am stuck wondering how to activate this service when I can’t reach the button. Please help. What is the way around this.