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Sub-titles now on ToT

Discussion in 'Theme Parks Attractions and Strategies' started by NYDisneyKid, Nov 22, 2012.

  1. NYDisneyKid

    NYDisneyKid Expedition Everest Record Holder

    Anyone notice this recently? But only in the pre-show
     
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  3. mesaboy2

    mesaboy2 Using a certain word brings out a special kind of

    I thought they've been there for a while.
     
  4. NYDisneyKid

    NYDisneyKid Expedition Everest Record Holder

    I didnt really notice till last week
     
  5. BirdsOfPreyDave

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    Guests with hearing impairments can check out a device from Guest Relations that allows them to activate captioning on the TVs in many pre-shows. Some of the older shows still have dedicated TVs that show the captions all the time. The newer ones only show them when needed. You probably just happened to be in a show where someone had switched them on.
     
  6. DOOM1001

    DOOM1001 DIS Veteran

    Yeah it's probably something that can be activated when needed.
     
  7. NYDisneyKid

    NYDisneyKid Expedition Everest Record Holder

    Wonder why its only in the preshow. And why not RnR preshow?
     
  8. dotcomgirl

    dotcomgirl Earning My Ears

    Probably not in RnR preshow bc that would make it look not as realistic. ToT preshow is on a tv screen, which makes CC seem normal. It wouldn't look normal on RnR! That's not to say that it's not needed though. Disney should accommodate all guests.
     
  9. BirdsOfPreyDave

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    The captions in RnR are on the back wall. Guests who need them wear glasses with mirrors that allow them to see the show by looking forward and the captions in the mirrors. This is similar to the way captions are set up in some of the theaters.
     
  10. larryz

    larryz A few of my favorite turrets...

    They were there in Dec 2010...
     
  11. disnut8

    disnut8 DIS Veteran

    That's the way it's set up in Finding Nemo:The Musical. Really, if you have any physical limitations, I think Disney has some way for you to enjoy the show just as much as anyone else without a limitation.
     

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