mengualjeanphi at free.fr
Fri Jan 27 18:44:13 UTC 2017
Yes, gnome-shell is a solution. kmag for KDE as well. Actually it
depends on what your friend uses now, and its need in visual assistance.
MATE desktop (on Debian 8) enables to customize colours, fonts, size of
desktop. We uploaded Compiz in testing, it implements many features
(negative plugin, mouse theme, mouse identification). So it depends on
your distro too.
Le 27/01/2017 à 19:18, Chris Brannon a écrit :
> Hi all,
> I'm asking this for a friend. What's the preferred way to do screen
> magnification in Linux these days?
> I've read that gnome shell has magnification.
> I've also read that there are a few general solutions, like changing the
> display resolution. There's also a tool out there called xmag. Do
> people with partial vision use it at all?
> Thanks in advance,
> -- Chris
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