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RNIB Surf Right Toolbar (beta) just launched


From: Swan, Henny
Date: Jun 17, 2008 10:30AM


We've just today launched a beta version of our Surf Right toolbar
developed together with the Web Accessibility Tools Consortium and The
Paciello Group.

The Surf Right Toolbar is designed to make adjusting certain options
within Internet Explorer quicker and easier, using either the mouse or
keyboard. It's a really handy tool for people who need a little bit of
customisation within a page to make it more readable. You can switch
styles, fonts, colours, turn of JavaScript if you're getting annoyed
with unsolicited page refreshes as well as images that slow you down on
dial up.

To find out more about the toolbar, how to use it and where to download
it visit

We're also really interested to hear your feedback and thoughts for
future development. Contact information is included together with
information about the toolbar.

Best regards, Henny

Henny Swan
RNIB Web Access Consultancy
Web: http://www.rnib.org.uk/wac
Blog: http://www.rnib.org.uk/wacblog

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