DynaMag- DynaMag is a simple screen magnifier utility for UNIX and Linux included in the UnWindows package. The UnWindows package is a set of utilities to help people with low vision accessing the UNIX operating system.
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GMag- GMag is an free X magnifier that should be more useful for the visually-impaired than the currently existing alternatives. Main features are:
continuous magnification while you work;
optionally changes the contrast of the image;
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Gnopernicus- Gnopernicus is a project to make the Linux GNome 2 user interface accessible to people with a disability.
The Gnopernicus software will include braille, speech and magnification.
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KMagnifier- Here you find information and the latest news about KMagnifier, a magnification utility for the Linux K Desktop environment (KDE).
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KZoom- KZoom is a KDE 2 graphical applications which can be used to enlarge parts of your X Window desktop. It's a very handy tool and various zooming controls along with easy of use make it suitable both for professionals in webdesign and distractive toy for rest of us. KZoom is distributed under the terms of GNU Public License.
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Linux Accessibility HOWTO- This is the place to start for visually impaired looking for ways to access the Linux operating system. You find very simple magnification utilities, Text-to-Speech programs, screen readers and ways to enlarge the mouse cursor. programs, that
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Quax- Quax is a very small Qt graphical application which can be used to enlarge parts of your X Window desktop. It's mainly targeted at web designers and graphic artists, but it's very easy to use by any other user. Quax home page is located at: http://www.ro.kde.org/quax/. Quax is released under the terms of GNU public license.
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UNIX and Linux Software Toolkit- The UNIX and Linux Software Toolkit from Trace Research & Developement Center is a collection of freeware and shareware utilities that helps sight impaired people accessing the UNIX and Linux operating system.
Here you find also information how to get the magnifier utilities Puff and DynaMag run on Linux.
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XVI Computer Terminals- Beam Ltd produce a range of network computer terminals designed to allow visually impaired and blind users access computer systems running the UNIX operating system.
The systems have been designed as a standalone X-Windows computer terminal that is connected to UNIX workstations or servers.
The XVI range supports 8 times magnification with optional speech and or braille display support
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XVI for Linux- BEAM is currently porting its XVI screen magnification and screen reader software to the Linux operating system.
XVI is a promising software packages combining full and lens screen magnification with speech and braille display support.
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