me: the unintended use-case for Accessibility

  For me, the keyboard is paramount and the mouse should only used as a last resort.  It is in direct alignment with my contention that the command line is paramount and a GUI should be used only as a last resort.  Perhaps juxtapose to those postulates is the fact that i *love* the NUI. …

Windows Forms new accessibility feature

Windows Forms, (specifically check boxes in this blog post), now detect that a screen reader is present and appends CHECKED or UNCHECKED to your list items.