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OS 10.3 - People using Linux with limited visibility


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Are you able to customize linux for people with limited visibility
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Is that really a Mac question?
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I guess it is if he has a Mac and Linux computer on a home network. Though I am not sure what you are even asking. Can you give us more details?
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I recently attended a tech conference and sat in on a session regarding OS/X accessibility options. Out of the box, it as some decent options for visually impaired users.

I'm not sure about Linux, what release are you wanting to run? At least I assume you're asking because you're running linux on a mac?

I'll boot up my ubuntu in vmware and see what it has, when I get home.
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