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Using a Mac - Hearing/Visually Impaired

Check out Bas Rutten's Liver Shot on MMA Surge: In this video, Mahalo expert Justin Zagri shows how to set up some customization options that make it easier for hearing and visually impaired individuals to use a Mac. Using a Mac - Hearing/Visually Impaired --------------------------------------------------------------------- If you are hearing or visually impaired, Apple has set up some nice customization options that can help ease those issues with seeing or hearing.In order to do so, open System Preferences under the Apple icon at the top left corner of the screen and click on Universal Access.You'll see four different option tabs: * Under Seeing, you can turn VoiceOver On or Off. VoiceOver speaks descriptions of items on the screen that you hover your mouse over and can be used to control the computer using only your keyboard. You can also control the Zoom and enhance the contrast on the Display.To turn Zoom On or Off, press Command+Option+8. To Zoom In or Out, press Command+Option+= or _.Enabling access for assistive devices allows the computer to work with special assistive devices, such as hearing or visual aids that another company has created, that are meant for use with a Mac.If you check Show Universal Access status in the menu bar, you'll be able to see an icon in the top menu bar that allows for immediate access to these options. * In Hearing, you can choose to Flash the screen when an alert sound occurs and Play stereo audio as mono. Read more by visiting our page at:
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