Please, tell your ideas or show concepts. Also, you can run http://kolibri-n.org/files/KolibriN.7z
to see some improvements.
Thank you for such a positive response. I have emailed several open source assistive technology groups for assistance. Hope they respond as quickly as you have. The following are resources and sum basic guidelines for making accessibility possible.
I am not a programmer but I can help in other areas. So please don’t hesitate to let me no.
Full keyboard and mouse access of all system operation that requires user interaction.
Key combinations used within an application should
Be consistent throughout the application
Standard keyboard navigation functionality should be maintained.
Interface Objects, Elements and Labels
Applications should use standard controls that provide clear, correct and concise object information.
Microsoft Active Accessibility (MSAA) should be used to provide object information.
Font, Size and Color
Applications should provide a variety of display options (e.g., font, size, and color and background selection).
Patterned backgrounds should be disabled when a Windows high-contrast setting is selected.
Font, size or color alone should not be used to convey information.
Applications should allow the user to choose visual cues for audio alerts.
Applications may provide an Option in the application's user preferences or another means of activating visual cues for audio alerts.
Applications should provide a volume control option for its own audio output.
System volume settings should be accessible with keyboard commands.
Animations and Multimedia
Video presentations should be accompanied by text and/or audio descriptions of the visual content.
Audio presentations should be accompanied by text captioning.
The equivalent accessible alternatives for an animation or multimedia presentation (i.e., text captioning and/or audio description) should be synchronized with the presentation.
An option for disabling animations or multimedia presentations should be provided.
The ability to access animations and multimedia presentations should not be required in order to use an application.
Blinking Elements and Marquees
An option should be available that allows the user to disable or adjust the frequency of blinking screen elements.
An option should be available that allows the user to disable or adjust the rate at which screen elements scroll.
Important messages should be displayed until the user closes them.
The user should be alerted when a process is about to time-out. One or more of the following options should be provided.
•A method for indicating that more time is needed.
•A method for the user to adjust the time interval.
•A non-time dependent alternative.
Application help files should contain accessibility information, including such topics as keyboard navigation and user preference settings. Note: Documentation on standard system keyboard navigation is optional.
Accessibility" should be included as both a keyword search and help topic item.
Keyboard Shortcuts" or a similar entry should be included as both a keyword search and help topic item.
The keyboard shortcut for a menu command should be documented within the menu, following the command.
Instructions for completing a task should include information for both mouse and keyboard users.
Documentation should be available in an accessible electronic format.
Resources for accessible API
Microsoft Active Accessibility client http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms971310.aspx
JAVA Access Bridge http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/index.html
IAccessible2 | http://www.linuxfoundation.org/collabor ... ccessible2
UI Automation http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms747327.aspx
Guidelines for Developing Accessible Interfaces and Interactive Environments:http://www.imsglobal.org/accessibility/ ... /sec8.html
Mozilla Accessibility Project:http://www.mozilla.org/access/
WWAAC Web Browser http://www.wwaac.eu/
Software Oats http://www.oatsoft.org/Software/listing ... entContent
Accerciser — oats:http://www.oatsoft.org/Software/accerci ... entContent
The AGRIP Project:http://agrip.org.uk/