Cursor tracking on eZoom - Ready for testing

Hi everyone,

My apologies for not keeping up with this list, but today I saw a question on cursor tracking on the list digest that I can help with. I suspect I did not post this news here, a few months ago when I should have.

Last year, the F123 Project made a donation to the Gnome Foundation for improvements on the Gnome GUI for low vision users. Specifically, the F123 team asked for cursor and focus area tracking on eZoom, a Compiz Fusion plugin available to the more than 14 million world-wide users of the Gnome GUI.

Alejandro Leiva, the developer with whom we have been working on this initiative, already made available code for developers interested in testing the new and improved eZoom. This is the first step in the process of potential inclusion of these improvements in the F123 System and every other distribution that uses Compiz Fusion.

If you are a software developer and would like to test the new eZoom, you can find Alejandro's GIT repository at this URL:

You can also find Alejandro's version of eZoom at this URL:

To give Alejandro feedback, please contact him at this e-mail address: gloob litio org

Thank you in advance for your feedback,


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