Below are links to several GNOME accessibility demonstration videos. To view a video, click on a link and then click on the video in the page that opens (the video doesn't automatically start). The Flash videos are of questionable quality, causing some things to not be seen. The MPEG4 videos are better quality, but you need a video player capable of playing MPEG4. The Raw OGV files are what recordmydesktop created.
Enabling GNOME Accessibility
GOK - Direct Selection Mode
Demonstrates using the GNOME Onscreen Keyboard (GOK) via clicking directly in the GOK window: (to be created)
GOK - Scanning Mode
Demonstrates several uses of Orca
- Orca basics: Flash, MPEG4, Raw OGV
- Orca scripting for OpenOffice spell checking: Flash, MPEG4, Raw OGV
- Orca scripting for Pidgin Instant Messenger: Flash, MPEG4, Raw OGV
Locating the Mouse
DocumentationGNOME Desktop Accessibility Guide
The GNOME Desktop Accessibility Guide is for users, system administrators, and anyone else who is interested in how the GNOME Desktop supports people with disabilities from an end user point of view.GNOME Accessibility Developer's Guide
The GNOME Accessibility Developer's Guide is for developers who want to ensure their programming efforts are accessible to the widest audience of users.GNOME Documentation Library
The GNOME Documentation Library includes the accessibility user and developer documents listed above along with many other documents for users, developers, and system administrators. From here, you can also access the documentation translated into many different languages.