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Toshiba-CB30-B-104-13-Inch-Chromebook-Celeron, 4GB Ram, 16GB SSD

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#1 colscript


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Posted 11 February 2016 - 08:44 PM

Up to now, due to my physical problems, i have been using mouse with Win7 on-screen keyboard successfully;is there such a program that can work like this on Chromebook ?

Where will I find prog that will run on this Chromebook Linux OS please?

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#2 NickAu


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Posted 11 February 2016 - 08:49 PM



I think this might help.



Turn on Chromebook accessibility features

You can make your screen easier to see, have your screen read to you, or use Braille with your Chromebook by turning on accessibility features.

Turn on accessibility features
  1. Sign in to your Chromebook.
  2. Click the status area, where your account picture appears.
  3. Click Settings.
  4. In the "Accessibility" section, you can adjust the following:
    • Show accessibility options in the system menu: Adds the Accessibility menu item to your status area.
    • Show large mouse cursor: Makes the cursor bigger and easier to see.
    • Use high contrast mode: Makes text easier to read.
    • Turn on sticky keys: Holds down the ChromeVox keys so you don't have to press them first every time.
    • Turn on ChromeVox spoken feedback: Describes what is happening on the screen.
    • Turn on screen magnifier: Makes items on the screen bigger.
    • Turn on tap dragging: To move objects on the screen, tap and drag your finger.
    • Automatically click when the mouse pointer stops: Click without using your mouse.
    • Turn on on-screen keyboard: Shows a keyboard that can be clicked with a mouse (or tapped if you have a touch screen).



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Edited by NickAu, 11 February 2016 - 09:22 PM.

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