One of my users has to use the default magnifier on his Windows sessions (we run Server 2003 Citrix desktops on thin clients) due to his having limited eye sight. However, whenever he opens a pdf Adobe Reader pops up with this message "No Screen Reader Support: This version of the Adobe Reader does not support screen readers. Information about downloading a version with screen reader support is availalbe at http://www.adobe.com/go/reader_download
After this error, Adobe Reader shuts down.
If you go to that link, it just directs you to latest download for Adobe Reader which is currently 9.1. I installed this version, but it made no difference, despite it being the very latest. Does anyone have any advice on how to resolve this? Thanks.
I've come across a similar thing
I traced it to the Local Text Echo (Speed Screen Latency Reduction) component.
I use the java client - when this component is enabled - you get the message. When its disabled you don't
The local text echo component must be being interpretted as a being a screen reader.
Did you manage to work round the message?