jani.monoses at gmail.com
Thu Jul 13 18:07:10 CEST 2006
one of the goals of the upcoming xubuntu is to add as many accessibility
features out of the box as Gnome and KDE already provide.
There's an informational doc written up about this
What do you think is the best place to add a config GUI for enabling
various features on startup (set up the environment so all GTK apps are
accessible, start the screen magnifier, on-screen-keyboard, speech tools)
It could probably be a tool entirely separate from Xfce but if you have
ideas about how to better fit it in the desktop I am curious.
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