Re: Accessibilty module for colorblind people

Em Ter, 2006-10-10 às 16:09 +0200, Henrik Nilsen Omma escreveu:
> Daniel Ruoso wrote:
> >> I think that these filters could be implemented easily in gnome-mag.
> >> Probably Bill and Willie can give more advices about it.
> >>     
> >
> > The question is that colorblindness filters aren't exactly related to
> > screen magnifier. I'm colorblind, but I don't need a screen magnifier.
> >   
> Perhaps not in your case, but there is a lot of potential overlap. 
> gnome-mag manipulates the screen image real time (and has a simple 
> inverse mode) which the filters also do. I'm sure gnome-mag could be set 
> to 'magnify' at 1x.

This is good to know that the overlap case exists.

Yes, it's possible (it's also possible to set it to values below 1x for
someone that have super vision :-). After the first Daniel e-mail I test
it here using 1x and the iverse mode (In Ubuntu 6.10), since composite
doesn't work well in 6.04 due xserver-7.0 used in it, and the result was

> Some people would want to use both magnification and a filter. Separate 
> implementations may still be the best option for technical reasons or to 
> have simpler configuration of each. But in that case they should at 
> least work well together.

Maybe we could invest in a library, the one started by Daniel, that
implement the filters and any solution that need to use them will have
them available. The only thing that must be done to integrate it to
gnome-mag is that it support GDK images.

> Henrik

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