You're here; the British Mac Access Dot Net accessibility network. This is a relatively new but growing project and our aims are:
Some time ago, we established an E-Mail forum whose function is to promote awareness of accessibility under OSX and iOS. This includes accessibility to third-party hardware and software, as well as web content which is VoiceOver friendly.
With rapidly approaching 250 members, the forum contains a positive wealth of individuals who have between them a vast array of skills, ranging from programming and application development, to web design, multi-lingual translation skills and Braille production, plus a great deal of general iOS and OSX know-how. If you're interested in learning more about this group, please visit one of the following websites:
The first of those pages is a full overview of all of the E-Mail forums we host, in a number of domains on a variety of topics. The second is a more specif list portal; offering extensive help with the control of E-Mail subscriptions via carefully formatted E-Mail messages. We frequently receive requests to modify members' subscription options; so this portal is designed as a self-help resource.
If you'd like to become involved with the British Mac Access Dot Net Accessibility Network, (you don't have to be British), we very much welcome your input and contributions. We're looking for people interested in:
We're also eager to entertain your suggestions as to anything we can include on this project's website which we haven't already mentioned. Indeed, if you have any related projects of your own which may be looking for a good home, we'd love to hear from you. If you would like to talk to us directly, please feel free.; you may Fill Out Our Contact Form.
Mac Access Dot Net is a service which we would love to expand; but it ain't cheap to run! If you'd be willing to make a small donation towards the costs of running the site, we would be extremely grateful for your support. To make a donation, you may use your PayPal account; so it's safe and secure. We give you our word of honour that your domation will be used for the soul purpose of site maintenance and improvements, and it will be treated in the strictest confidence; regardless of the amount you opt to give. We don't treat people on what they choose to give us, we are a totally non-profit organisation and that's the way it will stay. If you'd like to donate, please, most importantly of all, accept our sincere thanks! Your contribution will help keep the service going, and help us to improve it. It's not the amount of your donation that counts, it's the fact that your donation shows us that you value the service we try to provide. Support comes in many forms; not the least of which is encouragement. We don't even mind constructive criticism; as long as it's genuine. We've very grateful for any input you may have. If you are minded to do so, to continue with your donatiion, please click
If you'd like to see what we're up too in terms of reviews and demonstrations of Apple-related products, we've now started work on the reviews and demonstrations section of this website. Please click here to see what we're working on. But be aware that this project is still in its very early stages.
Are you interested in Mac OSX and multi-lingual support? If so, our sister facility, Cecimac.org, may be the place for you. Cecimac.org, run by our colleagues and good personal friends Anne and Archie Robertson, is brim-full of information, primarily of use to French language Mac users and enthusiasts.
Cecimac.org recently celebrated its third birthday, and is now well established. Anne and Archie have a considerable amount of knowledge and experience in all things Mac that they'd like to share with you.
Although primarily French language, they are now working on support for other languages; including English. So please feel free to CHECK OUT THE CECIMAC.ORG WEBSITE
And here's another great Mac facility. The Software Connection, run by Travis Siegel, offers a number of free and very useful applications. You can find the Software Connection website here
This website is still under development. We will be adding significantly to it in the near future; so please check back soon.
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