Accessibility in BackSlash Linux

Accessibity in BackSlash Linux is provided by the KDE Community. You can click on each link to learn more. Here is the qoute by them:

The KDE Community cares for its users, whatever age, gender, race, or physical condition. The community provides tools, both built-in utilities and standalone applications that enable people with physical handicaps to still be able to use their computers easily and efficiently.


Kmag.png Also known as KMagnifier, a screen magnifier from KDE.


Kmousetool.png An automatic mouse "clicker" for people with Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) or similar.


Kmouth.png A type-and-say GUI for speech synthesizers.


Preferences-desktop-text-to-speech.png The KDE Text-to-Speech system.


Simon.png A speech recognition system to replace mouse and keyboard.