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Accessibility in Ubuntu
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We want to make computers work for everyone, whatever your physical circumstances. So, we provide tools that make Ubuntu one of the most accessible operating systems around.
"your" refers to a large group that includes the reader.
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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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Remember to check out the <em>Appearance Preferences</em>, too. You can choose between different visual styles and even change the fonts that are used by applications.
As before, the string "Appearance Preferences" is describing a particular menu item: System >
Preferences > Appearance. Certain words were kept the same to make the menu item discoverable.
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Getting Help with Ubuntu
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If you need help, try <em>Help and Support</em> from the System menu, or the <em>Help</em> menu in most applications.
The string "Help and Support" should be exactly as it appears in the System menu.
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In addition to our extensive written help, the Ubuntu community provides free technical support in person and over the Internet. There is also commercial support available through Canonical, its partners and approved companies. Learn more at <a href="http://www.ubuntu.com/support">ubuntu.com/support</a>.
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Let us know about your Ubuntu experience at <a href="http://ubuntu.com/community">ubuntu.com/community</a>!
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The installation will finish soon. We hope you enjoy Ubuntu.
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Social from the start
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Translated by Giorgi Maghlakelidze on 2010-11-03
Reviewed by Giorgi Maghlakelidze on 2010-12-17
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