accessibility: implementation of zoom/invert on Wayland?
jan at lagomorph.de
Fri Jul 2 06:43:29 UTC 2021
being visually impaired myself I had the same problem as your friend when
moving from OSX to Linux. I am now using KDE Plasma as a desktop and have
some custom keybindings for zooming.
Here's my ~/.xbindkeysrc
dbus org.kde.kglobalaccel /component/kwin invokeShortcut view_zoom_in"
alt + b:5
"qdbus org.kde.kglobalaccel /component/kwin invokeShortcut view_zoom_out"
alt + b:4
b:4 and b:5 are "scroll wheel" up/down. This results in a similar user
experience to OSX: by holding Alt and swiping with two fingers up and down
you zoom in and out. I use this every day, all the time.
You need to run xbindkeys in the user session to make this work.
Hope this is useful,
On Fri, Jul 2, 2021 at 4:20 AM Patrick Pelletier <code at funwithsoftware.org>
> On 7/1/21 4:24 PM, Carlos Garnacho wrote:
> > It seems that this piece of the documentation is incomplete, the
> > "<super><alt>Plus" and "<super><alt>Minus" keyboard shortcuts should
> > work to change zoom level when Zoom is enabled..
> Thanks! That is definitely better than I thought it was, although the
> granularity is quite coarse. (It seems to go straight from 1.0 to 2.0,
> while MacOS uses much smaller steps.)
> Also, the mouse cursor leaves behind weird visual artifacts when zoom is
> "on" but set to 1.0. (I would have thought that "off" and "1.0" ought
> to be functionally equivalent.)
> Anyway, I realize this is probably not the right place to discuss this.
> Is there a more appropriate list or forum for Linux accessibility?
> wayland-devel mailing list
> wayland-devel at lists.freedesktop.org
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