BARD Mobile. A Guide to BARD Mobile for iOS 2019-01-12

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BARD Mobile for Android

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Bard wall-mount units offer everything a rooftop unit does, but in a much smarter and more efficient manner. R Reading Window Dots 1-2-3-5 Comment Moves the VoiceOver focus to the reading window. To delete a title form your wish list, activate the Edit button within the wish list category. The first press of the Menu key reports the current setting. VoiceOver announces downloading progress as a percentage. Conclusion Well, I enjoyed making this guide. The Now Reading screen for audiobooks and magazines is oriented similarly to the digital talking-book player.

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BARD Mobile App for Android Devices

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To do so, select the More Info button, located directly after the title you would like to read. If you are blind, low-vision, or have a physical disability that makes it difficult for you to hold or turn the pages of a book, you may be eligible for this program. You can review all your bookmarks for the title you are currently reading through the Navigation screen. It also allows you to access your skippable settings. If you double tap and hold, it will go back an amount of seconds, minutes or hours. If you do it that way, the Done button is at the top.

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BARD Mobile Low Vision Accessibility App

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To view more than the initial fifty titles, select Load More at the bottom of the lists, and an additional fifty titles will be added. Reordering Categories If you don't like the order of the folders, there is an Edit button at the top of the screen. Section 7 covers the steps necessary to read braille titles only. However, if using VoiceOver, you may find enabling the Hints feature helpful. Fixes a problem with braille reflow at some page boundaries and a bug that would cause the app to freeze when loading the bookshelf. This action will reveal a Reorder button.


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Light Commercial & Mobile

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Select the font size of your choosing through the Font Size button, which is the first button on the Visual Settings screen. Finally, at the very top of the Now Playing screen, the app displays the current title being read, and the current chapter or article name. You can also access the app documentation on. These same actions will reactivate VoiceOver speech. The Now Reading screen for braille books and magazines is also oriented similarly to the digital talking-book player, but has very few controls that are similar to those on the digital talking-book player. Both Audible and Kindle synch downloads, bookmarks, and last-played positions between and among various devices logged into the same account.

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‎BARD Mobile on the App Store

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By default, the setting is off. Selecting AirPlay in this way will cause audio to be sent to the AirPlay device until it is cancelled. Bard systems are designed and tested to ensure they can take a beating on the road and still perform like champs. Use a three-finger swipe to the right until you reach page 1, which contains the volume control and the AirPlay button. I was unable to do this using the Android version, which made it more awkward listening to a book when, for example, I was walking my dog and needed to stop playback for a minute or two at a busy intersection. Double tapping this button or entering the B shortcut key will add a bookmark at your current location in the text.

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BARD Mobile: Introduction

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Figure 3 Now Reading Screen audio 6. Especially, when all of the messages are the same. VoiceOver users can quickly adjust the speed by flicking one finger on the screen, either upward or downward. To move a category, simply double tap and hold, then drag your finger up or down respectively to move the category up or down. Once you select an item from the list of navigation points, the Navigation screen will close and the selected navigation point will appear in the reading window. The reading screen for the book may be open; if it is not, double-tap the Bookshelf tab in the lower left corner of the screen and find your book or magazine in the usual way. It is possible to use this app with voiceover.

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BARD Mobile Application User Guide

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You'll only need to do this the first time you use the app. The Navigation screen provides you an alternate way to navigate through the contents of the book you are reading. It is used to move the reading position backward. If you are blind, low-vision, or have a physical disability that makes it difficult for you to hold or turn the pages of a book, you may be eligible for this program. Then, you have a previous and next button that performs many different things.

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BARD Mobile

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Your library can discuss eligibility with you and walk you through the application process. Use the Contents, Page, or Bookmark buttons located directly after the Navigation screen heading to navigate through the book. Turn your rotor settings to headings, then flick down till you find the Find Books heading. The file will be added to your device. To change the listing order, select the Title, Author, or Latest button located at the top of the screen within the category you would like to reorder. The Android version places app settings in the More Options menu, where you will also find controls specific to the task at hand, along with context-sensitive help and a link to your device's accessibility settings. Listed in two text fields, one above the other, are your user name and your password.

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BARD Apps: Talking Book and Braille Library: New York State Library

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Find your audiobook and double tap. This text way too much time. If using a commercial machine, check the documentation to see which option is best. This section provides a quick overview of the basic elements to help you get started. To change this setting for the book you are reading, select the Skippable button, then activate the Skip button if you would like to skip material marked as skippable. Changing the speed or tone setting on the Now Reading screen will only affect the book you are currently reading.


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