[Athen] What is your favorite free magnification software?
express_able at yahoo.com
Tue Oct 23 19:44:58 PDT 2012
Windows Magnifier in Win 7 , full-screen mode with Non-Visual Desktop
Access with preferences set to read under mouse. Why waste money? Be
sure to run the font smoothing or whatever it's called in windows to
calibrate. Some folks might still be better off with a smoother font.
Also, consider high-contrast or reverse contrast settings.
Assistive Technology Specialist
chris at eable.org
On 10/22/12 10:10 AM, Kenneth Elkind wrote:
> Students can loan laptops for a short period of time on campus. I want
> to install some free screen reader and magnification software.
> I'm planning to use Visual Desktop Access (NVDA) for the screen reader.
> But I am still looking for a magnification software any suggestions?
> Ken Elkind
> University of Massachusetts Boston
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