[conspire] We don't support Mozilla

Ross Bernheim rossbernheim at speakeasy.net
Sun Apr 24 09:46:49 PDT 2005

On Apr 24, 2005, at 9:25 AM, Edmund J. Biow wrote:

> Windows has an Accessibility Wizard that enables you to dial in 
> settings easily for folks with limited visual accuity.  Big fonts, 
> high contrast, a magnifier bar that magnifies the area under your 
> mouse.  I used them to set up my mother's box.  I guess Linux has a 
> set of programs, as well, but I've never had cause to use them.

Apple's OS X (But for you IX.IX VIII) also has a "universal Access" 
control panel with zoom, grayscale, white on black and a contrast 
enhancement slider among other controls.


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