[Kde-accessibility] Features of KMag
ojschmidt at kde.org
Mon Jul 27 09:38:47 UTC 2015
I do not have enough time to continue working on kmag, so you are very welcome
to take over.
It is important, however, that we do not end up with conflicting versions here
on KDE and on github. Many volunteers from the KDE community contribute to
kmag by translating it, packaging it, and by releasing it as part of the KDE
Do you have a KDE developer account, so that you can commit your changes to
KDE’s git system?
If not – I can certainly find people that will help you through the first steps.
Best regards, Olaf
Am Mittwoch, 1. Juli 2015, 17:11:07 schrieb Renato Resende Ribeiro de
> Hi Bob!
> This is of course it is possible.
> If you want, you can join me on improving the KMag.
> I created a GitHub repo and replicated the code of KMag's 4.14 branch.
> I just tested in Linux and the coking feature works fine now. I just have
> to improve the UI parts related to the new feature (labels, i18n, hide
> toolbars, etc).
> Take a look:
> If you want a i can add you as a developer in the repository.
> 2015-07-01 16:02 GMT-03:00 Bob Stia <rnr at pasco.org>:
> > Hello, A while ago I posted an inquiry feature which I really need to
> > have. I
> > am severly sight impaired and can only read my screen with Kmag. The
> > following is a copy of my original inquiry.
> > Hello, I am trying to configure Kmag to emulate a normal magnifying
> > glass. In
> > other words the Kmag window magnifies whatever it is under the Kmag
> > window.
> > If this is possible, will someone please explain how to make this happen.
> > This is under KDE 3 on open suse 13.1 and KDE 4 on 13.2.
> > I would appreciate any help to implement this feature.
> > Bob Stia
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