Computing with disabilities

Is there a topic area on EE dealing with computing issues faced by people with disabilities?
If so, where?
If not, how do we get one?
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Scott Fell, EE MVEDeveloper & EE ModeratorCommented:
I don't know that there is but for suggestions try posting to Community Support

If you have a question on a specific topic or software, you might try posting to topic that matches the closest and perhaps somebody already has experience with the software or needs.
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jerryb30Author Commented:
All good answers. I would like to see a dedicated zone, which cross-links to Web-Access, hardware, software, et al, as required. The real bear would be getting previously asked questions linked to the new zone, so searching is easier.
Anybody got an in with TPTB?
☠ MASQ ☠Commented:
At least I can move this in the Suggestions TA
See http:Q_28239774.html
jerryb30Author Commented:
I will leave this open to elicit other suggestions. And, encourage respondents to add ideas to MQs link above.
Silver ShroudCommented:
> I would like to see a dedicated zone...<

Then you need to open the conversation with TPTB & the links I provided are good first steps.


Netminder is the one who responds most effectively.
Paul SauvéRetiredCommented:
in win7, please try Control Panel\Ease of Access\Ease of Access... a+

here are the options:Ease of Access win7
jerryb30Author Commented:
Already got initial response (not hopeful) on new TA.
I had hoped for more input, but this is not over yet.
Silver ShroudCommented:
Good luck!
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