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Accessibility

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KDE cares for its users, whatever age, gender, race, or physical condition. It provides tools, both built-in utilities and standalone applications that enable people with physical handicaps to still be able to use their computers easily and efficiently.


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KMag
Also known as KMagnifier, a screen magnifier for KDE.
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KMouseTool
An automatic mouse "clicker" for people with Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) or similar.
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KMouth
A type-and-say GUI for speech synthesizers.
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KTTS
The KDE Text-to-Speech system.
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Information
KDE also has accessibility features built in and ready to be used. See this page from the KWord manual for more information.

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