Freedom requires mouse clicks and minimal mouse movement in allowing individuals to type and select phrases to be spoken.
Freedom provides speech generation for people with any speech problem. It is particularly useful for those afflicted with neurological disorders, as it uses mouse clicks and minimum mouse movement to let users type and select phrases to be spoken.
You may also use the physical keyboard and mouse to do the same things if you wish.
Freedom will run on just about any Macintosh.. It needs System 6.0.5 or better with the Speech Manager. from Apple. installed. (The speech manager will run on 6.0.5, we've tested it.) It wants HyperCard 2.2 or the HyperCard Player. We have tested it with older versions of HyperCard and the Player (2.0 at least) and the program works with the exception of the one pop-up menu.
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