Help for people with sight problems
Anders Bruun Olsen
anders at bruun-olsen.net
Wed Dec 8 17:30:37 GMT 2004
We use KDE at work, and one of our employees has some slight sight
problems, resulting in her having a difficult time spotting where the
mouse pointer is. Once she has spotted it, she doesn't have a problem,
but even moving the cursor around does not really help. In Windows there
is a feature where if you hold down control (or something like that) for
more than a few seconds visual rings will be generated around the
pointer making it easier to spot.
Does KDE have a similar feature to help spot where the pointer is on the
Or does anybody know of a program that can be run to help someone with
sight problems spot the pointer?
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