Arnold: Interesting idea. I suppose it could be used for other purposes. But
that would have to be a single app, a daemon and I'm not sure how friendly the
FUSE API is. But hell, it's a nice one!
David: As I remember, I had problems with the cursor tracking in MC and the
screen held too much info. I think it did some panelling or output a table. I
have to recheck. But basically it's the same mechanism, it's just a question
of: How friendly is the original to blind people, or how easy is it to adapt.
I mean there can be apps, that do that sort of thing and have some great
features, but are inaccessible or bad in other ways. Still you might take up
features. That's why I chose aptitude, theyare very good about cursor tracking
(hard cursor motion).
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