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This listing is a compilation of both questions asked in-site and questions related to accessibility themes gathered from different sources (stackoverflow, UX Stack Exchange).
I have an Xperia Z2 phone (Lolipop 5.1)
It was unfortunately ran over by a car.
The display and touch screen were destroyed but the device is still working (to my suprise).
I'm currently on Firefox 56 and have seen the warning that many add-ons are going to break in 57, which is coming soon.
Here's the AppleScript code:
set phone_num to "1111111111"-- (put your own number here)
Often I will have my brightness set for a dark-mode website, but when I click an outside link I get blinded by the pure white background.
Sometimes I accidentally put my arm on the Numpad Enter when coding and when the enter key starts repeating, things get messy.
I'm colour blind, and find it impossible to tell the difference between the colours for 'Available' and 'Away' in Skype for Business 2016:
My eight-year-old son is left-handed and I am right-handed. I wish to be able to quickly and easily switch primary and secondary mouse buttons from the command line. We use Windows 10.
This question already has an answer here:
Apple's tight integration of POSIX-compliant file paths and a command line interface, and their historically strong hardware and manufacturing standards have had me on the Mac platform for years.
While working in Visual Studio and Firefox, I must have accidentally pressed some key combination that activated some accessibility feature of one of the involved applications (or of Windows 8.1 it
I run the 3d application Blender and the program has the ability to do it's own desktop space on each screen of a multi monitor setup.
This is what I'm kind of looking for, but it only works in the terminal.
I have updated my google-chrome to version 57 , after that menu font size and tabs font size and bookmark bar font size , are very large. and I hate that. So I try to fix it,but I can't.
I have a tagged PDF that has a one remaining accessibility problem: some background images were never tagged as background images.
Is it possible to change text cursor color systemwide? I want to make it easy to catch red color.
I am currently modifying some values in the Mousekeys registry under HKCU:\Control Panel\Accessibility using PowerShell.
In Visio 2007, the "Shapes" window (the stencil) shows the master icons and their text labels. Is there any way to increase the font size used in that window?
I would like to adjust the styling of websites on a specific domain in Firefox, but the instructions I found
I purchased a Chromebook for an elderly relative to use. I've enabled every helpful accessibility feature (large cursor, cursor indicators, etc).
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