How to Develop Accessible Linux Applications
If you're looking at this book you probably already know that Linux refers to the family of Unix-like computer operating systems that are developed as free and open source software under GNU General Public License. This tiny book, How to Develop Accessible Linux Applications by Sharon Snider is from 2002, so it's probably totally out-of-date. Here are the contents anyway:
2. Developing Accessible Applications
2.1. Principles for Developing Accessible Applications 3. Guidelines for Developing Accessible Applications
3.1. Keyboard Navigation
3.2. Mouse Interaction
3.3. Graphical Elements and Objects
3.4. Fonts and Text
3.5. Color and High Contrast Settings
3.10. Visual Focus Indicator
3.12. Documentation 4. Additional Resources
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