Cool OSX Accessbility Features | August 11, 2003

My boss, Jamie, pointed out some accessibility features of OSX I hadn't noticed before. If you go into the "Universal Access" control panel you can turn on zooming, which means you can zoom into anything on your computer, be it a word document or a web page. Also if you want to test the contrast of a design you can set the display to greyscale, which is really cool.

Posted at August 11, 2003 9:20 PM


zack said on August 12, 2003 8:08 AM

Congratulations for the layout of your BLOG. It’s very clean and fresh. , )
See you..

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