Re: Accessibilty module for colorblind people

Ter, 2006-10-10 �19:03 -0300, Carlos Eduardo Rodrigues Di�es
> Since gnopernicus/orca can discover the structure of documents, web
> pages and windows, this can inform parts of the screen that the filter
> must be applied. Only to illustrate this idea, think in a web page that
> contains a graph, the region of the graph can be passed to the magnifier
> and only this region will be filtered. Since some times could have a lot
> of images in the user interface the key to enable or disabe the filters
> is very reasonable solution to these cases.

I'd be fine with that. Actually, that would be very nice.

I already had in mind the idea of adding a "check if a change is needed"
method in libcolorblind, but this could cause a performance decay. Maybe
it's easier to leave it to the user, at least I would prefer that way,
since usually I notice when I'm missing something because of the colors.

So, getting to the work... Which steps would be needed to have it
integrated in gnome-mag and to have gnome-mag to magnify 1:1 a window
using the color filter?


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