Objective 106.3: Accessibility

  • Many applications exist to assist with accessibility in Linux, including Emacspeak, Orca, and BLINUX. In addition to these separate applications, most desktop environments support assistive technologies such as StickyKeys, MouseKeys, and RepeatKeys. On-screen keyboards are also a commonly used assistive technology.

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