The release of Thunderbird 3 is just around the corner. Aside from all the great new features Thunderbird 3 has in general, its accessibility story is also one which should be celebrated once the release has happened. Thunderbird 3 is based on the Gecko 1.9.1 platform, which is the same version that Firefox 3.5 is […]Read More Thunderbird 3 is coming out soon, and it’s accessible!
Firefox 3.6 is just around the corner, and despite all the birthday celebrations, and the looking back that comes with it naturally, I think it is also time to look ahead. So here’s a roundup of what accessibility features will be in the next major release of our favorite browser. Support for voice dictation software […]Read More New accessibility features in Firefox 3.6
In case you haven’t noticed already: Today is Firefox’s 5th birthday! On November 9th, 2004, Firefox 1.0 was released to the general public after more than two years of development. And boy, was I jealous! All my sighted friends could try out this cool new thing, an alternative browser to the omnipresent, and some would […]Read More Happy birthday, Firefox!