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Janis

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I do not use Firefox so I am not sure of what to choose for someone who is very visually impaired.  (Windows accessibility is not desirable at this point)  When I choose settings, content, colors   I have too many choices.  Should I always choose system colors?  "Override the colors specifically  by the page with my selections above"?   Then the box that wants me to pick, never always, only with high contrast themes.   I would appreciate some pointers from anyone who uses Firefox extensively on what to choose.


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Hi Janis,

 

I cannot provide you with specific advice on this other than to recommend you visit the RNIB website, as they have a range of free applications and advice for the visually impaired, running through high contrast and colour media through to screen readers and other aids to using a computer.

 

The RNIB is UK based but there is good information available from them that is applicable worldwide.

 

Here's the link:

 

http://www.rnib.org....bility-software

 

RNIB stands for the Royal National Institute for the Blind  and is a nationally known charity well respected and with excellent

reputation.

 

Regards

paws


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