Vision Accessibility Features for Linux OS

GNOME Vision Accessibility

GNU Network Object Model Environment (Gnome)
Part of the GNU Project
Free software – part of the Open Source movement
“GNOME is a Windows-like desktop system that works on UNIX and UNIX-like systems and is not dependent on any one window manager.”2
Screen Reader The Orca screen reader speaks the user interface
Braille Display Orca works with refreshable braille displays to read the screen in Braille
Adjustable Contrast Adjust the contrast of your screen to make windows and buttons more or less vivid
Increase Text Size Change the font size of system text to make it more reable
Screen Magnification Turn on built-in zoom settings to magnify an area of the screen.
Cursor Enhancements Enable the keyboard cursor to blink to make it easier to locate

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