Rory Browne wrote:
>If they're blind for example, they probably
>aren't deaf, and if they're deaf, they probably aren't blind. By this
>I mean that we could create some sort of sound that would contain a
>code for the user to type in.
>>That's a great idea Rory, make av captcha's! Make the captcha an image
which links (using alt tags to explain it) to an audio file of the same
text. Use festival or something to create a clean wave of the text,
and then use a few filters to distort it so you can't easily script a
spambot past it. If people are unable to pass either or these (and I'm
still suggesting this is to register so a user should only have to do it
once) then how can they use a computer? Would we still need an email
address at all then to cover any other cases?
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