Mac users, if you need to program your input devices at all – keyboard, mouse, joystick, XKeys, almost any input device – ControllerMate for OS X is the way to go.
ControllerMate gives you the power to do more than ever with your HID controllers. Whether you want to modify the behavior of your keyboard or mouse, or add complex functions to your gaming devices, ControllerMate is the tool for you.
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MacWorld have a nice article showing a range of the various types of covers, skins, and cases that are available to protect your MacBook or MacBook Pro. Continue readingHow to protect your MacBook
Great article from the American National Federation of the Blind about changes in iOS 7’s accessibility for users who are blind, deaf blind, or have low vision.
Their article includes changes relating to:
- Ways to turn accessibility functions on and off
- Changes to VoiceOver practicing
- Changes to device unlocking
- Changes to VoiceOver’s rotor
- High quality speech synthesis available for more than one language
- Changes for braille users
- Changes to contrast, dynamic text sizing and bold text and labels
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VoiceOver for Mac OS X is a very helpful assistive technology for blind Mac users – unlike screen readers for Windows, which cost hundreds of dollars, it’s built right into OS X. Unfortunately for sighted users, occasionally people turn in on without meaning to and the results can be confusing … Continue readingHow To Turn Off VoiceOver For Mac OS X
AppleVis are a user-powered website for blind and low-vision Apple users, and they have just announced their winners for their four Golden Apple awards for the past year. This is the second year that AppleVis have awarded Golden Apples, and it’s great to see community members voting on what works best for them. Continue readingAppleVis 2013 Golden Apples Announced