When I attempt to log into the voice computer forum with Microsoft Internet Explorer (a completely hands-free exercise.) I cannot authenticate because Internet Explorer tells me “There is a problem with this form.”
The steps to duplicate this are (again all hands-free:)
- go to the voice computer for login page.
- issue the command show numbers and click on the corresponding number for the user id entry box.
- enter the user id.
- issue the command to tab to the password box.
- enter the password.
- issue the command to press enter key.
The result of this is a dialog box response that tells me “There is a problem with this form.” The problem is with the default setting for the radio button widget that acknowledges that you accept the terms of the forum. The diagnostic message reads “terms â€“ You Must Accept the Forum Rules and Policies”.
I believe that this should be defaulted to the Yes radio button after you have agreed to the terms of the forum when you signed up. Moreover, when I issue the command “Show Numbers” for the browser, I cannot select the Yes radio button because the radio buttons are not assigned numbers through the “show numbers” command. So, without taking extraordinary measures to assign the Yes radio button a property that would make it clickable (for example create an overlay and assign a super number to it) I would be stuck and not able to get in to the forum.
The reason that I am posting this is because I have been diagnosed with ALS, and have been working feverishly to tackle voice computing to improve my computing proficiency before I have completely lost my right arm (left arm is now gone.)
Am I missing something here? Or is there a remedy on your end to address this? (is this a cookies issue?)
I believe that fixing these things would prove helpful to others who may be less resourceful than I am.
I have uploaded two supporting images.