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= Introduction =
 
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Below is a list of tutorials for KDE accessibility improvements.
 
Below is a list of tutorials for KDE accessibility improvements.
  
 
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== Simon ==
 
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[http://simon-listens.org/ Simon] is an open-source speech recognition program and replaces the mouse and keyboard.
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[http://simon.kde.org Simon] is an open-source speech recognition program and replaces the mouse and keyboard.

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Information
The KDE Accessibility Project is now located at the KDE Community Wiki.


Introduction

Below is a list of tutorials for KDE accessibility improvements.

Screen Reader

Accessibility Documentation for Users on userbase.kde.org
Explains how to get started with screen readers as a user.
Accessibility Checklist
What to look for in your application to make it accessible for as many people as possible.
Screen Reader
This tutorial will explain some details about using screen readers with KDE applications.

A screen reader is an application that uses speech synthesis to allow users with visual impairments to use a computer.

Jovie

Jovie is a subsystem within the KDE desktop for conversion of text to audible speech.

Text-To-Speech
How to utilize Jovie text-to-speech service in your application.


Simon

Simon is an open-source speech recognition program and replaces the mouse and keyboard.


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