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Gnopernicus is part of the GNOME Accessibility Project
Gnopernicus is part of the GNOME Accessibility Project. Gnopernicus is a screen reader and magnifier and it enables users with limited vision, or no vision, to use the Gnome 2 desktop and Gnome/GTK+2 applications effectively.
By providing automated focus tracking and fullscreen magnification, Gnopernicus aids low-vision Gnome users.
Its screen reader features allow low-vision and blind users to access the standard GTK+2 and Java-based GUI applications via speech and braille output. By leveraging Gnome 2's built-in accessibility framework, Gnopernicus will make interacting with applications more efficient for these users and enable use of the Gnome 2 desktop for some users who otherwise would have no access to Gnome.
gtk-doc (optional-necessary just for docs generation)
What's New in This Release:
added presentation for spread sheet cells
updated: Polish, Dzongkha
changed presentation for paragraphs
zoomer boundaries clamped to the screen boundaries
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