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From: Tomlins Diane
Date: Oct 25, 2017 8:16AM


Thanks for sharing. I've installed it already :) Just this morning I had someone ask if there was a way to show people how some of these issues affect web use.

I also use NoCoffee extension for Chrome, has various visual simulations, including several forms of color deficiency.

Diane R Tomlins
HCA IT&S | Digital Media
Accessibility SME


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Subject: [EXTERNAL] [WebAIM] interesting simulator

for chrome, real time simulation of low vision, shaky hands/mouse, sunlight on screen, color blindness, and a combination of low vision and trembling hands, all are adjustable.
https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/funkify-disability-simula/ojcijjdchelkddboickefhnbdpeajdjg



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