Product Accessibility Features
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Broadcom is committed to making sure that all customers, regardless of ability, can successfully use its products and supporting documentation to accomplish vital business tasks. This section outlines the accessibility features of
DX NetOps Performance Management.
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DX NetOps Performance Managementoffers accessibility enhancements in the following areas:
The following information applies to Windows-based and Macintosh-based applications. Java applications run on many host operating systems, some of which already have assistive technologies available to them. For these existing assistive technologies to provide access to programs written in JPL, they need a bridge between themselves in their native environments and the Java Accessibility support that is available from within the Java virtual machine (or Java VM). This bridge has one end in the Java VM and the other on the native platform, so it will be slightly different for each platform it bridges to. Sun is currently developing both the JPL and the Win32 sides of this bridge.
To increase visibility on your computer display, you can adjust the following options:
- Font style, color, and size of items
Defines font color, size, and other visual combinations.
- Screen resolution
Defines the pixel count to enlarge objects on the screen.
- Cursor width and blink rate
Defines the cursor width or blink rate, which makes the cursor easier to find or minimize its blinking.
- Icon size
Defines the size of icons. You can make icons larger for visibility or smaller for increased screen space.
- High contrast schemes
Defines color combinations. You can select colors that are easier to see.
Use sound as a visual alternative or to make computer sounds easier to hear or distinguish by adjusting the following options:
Sets the computer sound up or down.
Sets the computer's hear command options and text read aloud.
Defines visual warnings.
Defines the aural or visual cues when accessibility features are turned on or off.
Associates computer sounds with specific system events.
Displays captions for speech and sounds.
You can make the following keyboard adjustments:
- Repeat Rate
Defines how quickly a character repeats when a key is struck.
Defines tones when pressing certain keys.
- Sticky Keys
Defines the modifier key, such as Shift, Ctrl, Alt, or the Windows Logo key, for shortcut key combinations. Sticky keys remain active until another key is pressed.
You can use the following options to make your mouse faster and easier to use:
- Click Speed
Defines how fast to click the mouse button to make a selection.
- Click Lock
Sets the mouse to highlight or drag without holding down the mouse button.
- Reverse Action
Sets the reverse function controlled by the left and right mouse keys.
- Blink Rate
Defines how fast the cursor blinks or if it blinks at all.
- Pointer Options
Let you do the following:
- Hide the pointer while typing
- Show the location of the pointer
- Set the speed that the pointer moves on the screen
- Choose the pointer's size and color for increased visibility
- Move the pointer to a default location in a dialog box
The following table lists the keyboard shortcuts thatsupports:
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