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Re: MacOSX: Amaya & VoiceOver

From: Jorge Fernandes <jorge.f@netcabo.pt>
Date: Mon, 9 Oct 2006 12:42:45 +0100
Message-Id: <71582BAE-08C2-4985-95C9-DB84F239BD76@netcabo.pt>
To: Amaya WebList <www-amaya@w3.org>


Sometimes happen that we get the answer for ours questions reading  
the materials and study a little more of the application that we are  
trying to use. :) This happen also with Amaya. I get the answer to my  
request of colors mention below. It is possible personalised the  
colors of background, foreground of text of source document and also  
the foreground/background of selection of this panel.

Keep going, thanks
Jorge Fernandes

++início do rodapé
Jorge Fernandes | jorge.f@netcabo.pt

On 6 Oct 2006, at 12:45, Jorge Fernandes wrote:

> Hi,
> I download the 9.52 to MacOS X.
> I have a question, a request and something to think:
> 1) Question: Did you have any plan to structure Amaya to work with  
> VoiceOver Apple Screen Reader of MacOS X?
> 2) Request: Is it possible for you to increase the contrast of  
> 'Show Source View'? In normal colors I can't manage it. With high  
> contrast of Apple still poor. Something like the colors you use at  
> Show structure View will be ok. Can I personalised the colors of  
> Amaya Interface?
> 3) Something to think:
> To Zoom Out you use COMMAND - and to Zoom In you use COMMAND =
> Apple use to Zoom Out COMMAND - and to Zoom In COMMAND + (is  
> implemented in SAFARI)
> Apple use in Zoom, to Zoom Out COMMAND OPTION ' and to Zoom In  
> How to implement zoom in & zoom out in Amaya to MacOS X?
> - follow the rule of SAFARI. Could be...
> - seems me more userfriendly the rule of Zoom API, without OPTION  
> key. The + and ' are neighbor (in Portuguese Keyboard and maybe at  
> other languages).
> At Amaya in my keyboard (Portuguese configuration) COMMAND = don't  
> work.
> Regards, Jorge
> ++início do rodapé
> Jorge Fernandes | jorge.f@netcabo.pt
> http://universalaccess.blogspot.com
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