Snow Leopard more feature-laden than expected PDF Print E-mail

Published by: MACWorld.com

Date: June 8, 2009

by Rob Griffiths, Macworld.com

URL: http://www.macworld.com/article/141038/2009/06/106features.html

"For vision-impaired users, the track pad in Snow Leopard will now be usable as a virtual screen—pressing on the trackpad will speak the name of the window under the user’s finger as if he or she were touching the screen. To move to the next or previous window, users needs only flick their finger. In addition, there’s support for more than 40 braille devices, better keyboard navigation, and a new gesture (the rotor) that eases navigation through text and Web pages"...

 

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