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You can get at these tools in one place: the <em>Assistive Technologies Preferences</em>, inside the System Menu. From there, you can turn on helpful tools like <em>Orca</em>, to speak text on the screen, or dwell click to press mouse buttons automatically.
The string "Assistive Technologies Preferences" is describing a particular menu item: System >
Preferences > Assistive Technologies, and the string "System menu" describes that section of the main menu. Note that certain words are kept the same to make the menu items discoverable. It is intentional that we are using soft descriptions instead of mapping out a rigid path for the user to follow. Please, if it is natural for your locale, consider the same convention.
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こうした機能にはシステム→設定の <em>支援技術</em> からアクセスできます。設定を行うことで、<em>Orca</em> のように画面上のテキストを読み上げるツールや、マウスカーソルの下にあるボタンを、自動的にクリックしてくれるツール(dwell)を利用することができます。
Translated and reviewed by Akira Tanaka on 2013-04-16
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