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Use the <gui>Acceptance delay</gui> slider to change how long bounce keys waits before it registers another key press after you pressed the key for the first time. Select <gui>Beep when a key is rejected</gui> if you want the computer to make a sound each time it ignores a key press because it happened too soon after the previous key press.
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GNOME provides the <app>Orca</app> screen reader to display the user interface on a refreshable Braille display. Depending on how you installed GNOME, you might not have Orca installed. <link href="apt:gnome-orca">Install Orca</link>, then refer to the <link href="help:gnome-orca">Orca Help</link> for more information.
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Switch <gui>High Contrast</gui> to <gui>ON</gui>.
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Click your name on the menu bar and select <gui>System Settings</gui>.
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Switch <gui>Large Text</gui> to <gui>ON</gui>.
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The Unity desktop includes assistive technologies to support users with various impairments and special needs, and to interact with common assistive devices. Many accessibility features can be accessed from the <gui>Universal Access</gui> section of <gui>System Settings</gui>.
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The GNOME desktop includes assistive technologies to support users with various impairments and special needs, and to interact with common assistive devices. Many accessibility features can be accessed from the accessibility menu in the top bar.
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You can change how long you must hold down the left mouse button before it is registered as a right click. On the <gui>Pointing and Clicking</gui> tab, change the <gui>Acceptance delay</gui> under <gui>Simulated Secondary Click</gui>.
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To right-click with simulated secondary click, hold down the left mouse button where you would normally right-click, then release. The pointer fills with blue as you hold down the left mouse button. Once it is entirely blue, release the mouse button to right-click.
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Some special pointers, such as the resize pointers, do not change colors. You can still use simulated secondary click as normal, even if you don't get visual feedback from the pointer.
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