For Firefox, you can use Night Mode Pro, Night Mode Eye Guard, or Black Background and White Text. All three extensions will automatically convert light backgrounds to dark backgrounds.
There was also an extension called Night Mode Page Dim, which was excellent and available until just recently. Perhaps it will be available in the future.
You may also ...
Are you familiar with f.lux? It doesn't do exactly what you've asked for, but I think it could still help you. F.lux is a program which reduces the amount of blue light that your computer emits and can greatly reduce eyestrain and helps your eyes adapt to the time of day.
This does not currently answer the question, but I have been working on a personal project since 2011 for this very purpose. While it isn't finished yet, I estimate it to be completed (and by completed, I mean ready to be used - but probably needs a lot of testing with many different accents) within the next month (give or take a little).
In its current ...
Visolve Toolbar claims:
Visolve is the software that transforms colors of the computer display into the discriminable colors for various people including people with color vision deficiency, commonly called color blindness. In addition to distinguishing colors and finding a specific color, it aims to help people with color blindness:
- to guess a ...
As a native sign language user I highly suggest you start with lifeprint.com it is excellent for the free YouTube videos and the dictionary explains the many nuances and uses of each word. It helps a lot to see the signer from two angles, and having a newish signer in the videos helps people following the videos learn about and avoid the most common mistakes....
You can enable force zoom on Chrome. Go to Settings>Accessibility>Force enable zoom.
Hope it works for every website. I've tried it on a couple of sites which did not want to zoom and it worked so try it out!
If not, I think that Dolphin Browser also has an option for 'force zooming'.
If you are reading pdfs on a Mac you could try Skim. It has a reading bar which by default focuses on one line. You can also change the colour in the menu item: Skim>Preferences>Display.
You can also "invert" the bar so that the rest of the text is hidden.
As far as I know you need to drag the bar from one line to the next with the mouse.
There is a quick ...
Keynav: Retire your mouse (C, X11)
Keynav is a piece of an on-going experiment to make pointer-driven interfaces easier and faster for users to operate. It lets you move the pointer quickly to most points on the screen with only a few key strokes.
But what about the Mac?
XEasyMotion: Using keyboard control mouse on MacOS ( OS X ), like keynav.
iOS has almost zero support for customizations. What you want is essentially impossible.
You can create Siri shortcuts for them to simplify some common workflows. I doubt it would work all that well, but it's worth a try.
Just buy an Android phone. It's not like Apple cares about niche users.
It is possible to set maximum screen brightness using the Termux app with its Termux:API add-on app by issuing the termux-brightness 255 command. You must grant the Termux app the android.permission.WRITE_SETTINGS permission. It is possible to add that command as a widget on the home screen, but I do not know how to call it as an activity from a gesture.
Check out the totally underrated physics game Boom Blox, Boom Blox - youtube
It is a fun game that uses the nunjuks and can be single player and multiplayer, (either working together or against others).
It is now 10 years old but it is still a great game and it should meet your requirements.
Is there a screen reader which is able to load url of thecite=attribute like many do for thelongdesc=attribute ?
I have a reasonable understanding of how screen reader software processes HTML semantics. To my knowledge the majority of SR software does nothing with the cite attribute.
The JAWS screen reader does announce the cite attribute value when it is ...
There is an app called YASFA on F-Droid that lets you write some predefined words or sentences and upon clicking them it plays them out.
The app also comes with some predefined words that are useful for people in their daily life.
You can write your own sentences and save them.
The app is very light weight around 1.5 MB only.It works only with English ...
RogerVoice seems interesting for cell phone calls using Android phones.
This application converts voice to text for the voices on both side of an outgoing cell phone call. Its transciption quality seems pretty good; I think it is using a Google voice-to-text conversion service ...
Google Sheets has a page outlining its Section 508 Compliance on the accessibility page. It says it is supported "with exceptions". I couldn't find any information on Section 508 for Microsoft Excel Online specifically, but found a page about general accessibilty. Both of these services offer a way to embed spreadsheets into HTML.
For Google Sheets, you can ...
The Colour Contrast Analyzer is open source and on github so why not fork it and download a copy of Freepascal Lazarus and port it in your fork, (it should be reasonably trivial to do so as there are utilities for converting the DFM forms).
The built-in Messages.app has support for AppleScript, and includes an example script that will use the OS speech system to notify you about events (message received, new chat invitation etc) - a little editing (to comment out unneeded parts and add message speaking) should do the trick.
In fact, it seems like the default "Speak Events" script does ...
If you are using git for your VCS I would suggest taking a look at GitIssues, https://github.com/jwiegley/git-issues/tree/master, it has no current maintainer but should meet your needs:
Written in python so cross platform
Issue tracker is part of the same repository as the source code you are tracking
Command line interface so suitable for screen readers