Re: Cant use accessibility features of compizconfig-settings-manager
Thanks for your fast reply.
In Ubuntu 18.04 its Gnome, but i got issues in all distros ive tried
(Based on Debian). I dont know how to do that, and think its a lot of
effort for visually impared users..
Ive bumped into a problem, i tried to search for how to install debian
for blind users and found out in the boot menu of debian i should click
s and enter to start a console based installation with speech (Very nice!)
But at a time in the installation, somewhat around the name of the
computer the speech dies out.. (Maby after selecting wifi network). im
using the +non-free debian edition to ensure compatibility on my computer.
I have bit sight so it helps and the console (black background and white
text is very helpful!).
Im trying to get this up and running and will do more testing.
Den 19-06-2018 kl. 09:32 skrev Alex ARNAUD:
My responses below.
Le 18/06/2018 à 21:40, Kenneth Schack Banner a écrit :
Im a visually impared Linux user, im trying to switch to Debian.
Currently im running Ubuntu 16.04 and wanted to upgrade to 18.04, but
for some reason i cant use zoom or negative colors
(compizconfigsettings-manager compiz-plugins) Enchanced desktop zoom
What is the desktop environment on Ubuntu 18.04 ? To be able to use
Compiz easily, you should use the Mate desktop and configure it to use
Compiz as window manager. Is it what you've done ?
I set my own keyboard shortcuts to zoom in/out and turn invert of
colors on/off. But its not working.. I've tried other distros with
same fault (Based on Debian) so now i guess the problem is in Debian..
I don't think so as I'm also using Compiz with EZoom and negative right
now to write this message on Debian 9 "Stretch" with the Mate desktop
*Med venlig hilsen Kenneth Schack Banner*