Version 3.0.0a WinTriangle install file for Windows:
Version 2.0.0a WinTriangle install file for Windows XP:
Newer versions of Windows XP come with .NET Framework 1.1 installed. If you
have an older version of XP, you may need to install .NET Framework 1.1
before you can install WinTriangle version 2.0.0a
The following two documents are useful for both blind users of WinTriangle
and sighted people who wish to communicate with a blind user of WinTriangle.
For a full list of software programs that assist the blind, visit this article
web accessibility standards kindly provided by this
site. Sighted people must install the fonts
Triangle.ttf and MTExtra.ttf before opening these documents in Word:
Introduction to the Triangle symbols and their usage,
List of Triangle symbols,
For the blind user of WinTriangle:
Introduction for WinTriangle users,
A list of key shortcuts,
As of 2013, WinTriangle has an iPad app. To hear instructions on how to use
such apps spoken aloud in a video, go to
Mobile Informers and visit the section on
how to use the iPad.
WinTriangle is an open-source project. Source files may be accessed at the
main development site run by the Technology Access Program at Oregon
WinTriangle was originally developed by the
Science Access Project at Oregon State University, headed by Professor
John Gardner, who may be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or
his web site
Questions or problems with this web site should be directed to David M.
Thompson, who may be reached by email at email@example.com or
his web site.