The mother of all virtual keyboards, completely customisable, and operated by the input device of your choice.
A thorough account of Dictation in El Capitan, and how you can use your Mac despite having RSI, etc.
This can read webpages to you, provides support for Braille output devices, and has very extensive controls and customisation.
Many of us visual, hearing, and/or control issues with our Macs. Here is a guided exploration of the Accessibility pane and what it has to offer us.
Apple’s new keyboard, trackpad and mouse look attractive, and at last have rechargeable batteries. All require OS X […]
Is it normal that my new Mac mini did not recognise my wireless trackpad and keyboard at first?
My demon keyboard conspired with the Trackpad to render lines uneditable: no matter where I put the cursor, each attempt to insert a character blew the whole line away.
What OS X and browser support is there for Scottish Gaelic and other Celtic tongues?
I discovered that my new keyboard does not have a Delete key. Is there an alternative?
I often make notes of bridge conventions, for which I require easy access to the four standard symbols for the suits, clubs, diamonds, hearts, and spades. How can I insert these most easily?