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    5: <div class="infoTab" id="whats-new">
    6: <h5 class="infoHeader">What's New</h5>
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    8:   <li>1/1/2005 - Accessibar's Java reader now with installer automating the text-to-speech install process. <br>
    9:   </li>
   10:   <li><a href="http://www.mozdev.org/">mozdev.org</a></li>
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   16:   <li>Happy New Year!</li>
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   57: <!-- ***************** INFO/NEWS *************** -->
   58: <!-- MAIN CONTENT -->
   59: <p><span style="font-weight: bold;"><big>Welcome to the Accessibar
   60: Project<br>
   61: </big></span></p>
   62: <p><span style="font-weight: bold;"><span style="color: rgb(204, 0, 0);">What
   63: is Accessibar?</span><br>
   64: </span></p>
   65: <p>Accessibar is a toolbar extension for the Mozilla browser which aims
   66: at
   67: providing various accessibility features for users
   68: who could benefit from them. These features primarily focus on the
   69: dynamic manipulation of the visual display of the web
   70: page in addition to the integration of a text to speech reader which
   71: can read out loud the browser's user interface as well
   72: as web page content.
   73: </p>
   74: <p>The toolbar currently provides the
   75: following features:<br>
   76: </p>
   77: <p><big><span style="font-weight: bold;"><span
   78:  style="color: rgb(204, 0, 0);">Features</span><br>
   79: </span></big></p>
   80: <ul>
   81:   <li>Web page
   82: fonts and background colors can be changed from a selecton of 70 colors
   83: on current session</li>
   84:   <li>Icons with
   85: configurable shortcut keys to increase and decrease Font size.</li>
   86:   <li>Line spacing
   87: can be increased or decreased to five different spacing settings
   88: incrementally.</li>
   89:   <li>All images
   90: (including Flash) displayed on a web page can be selected as being
   91: hiden or shown.</li>
   92:   <li>All changes
   93: made to the display of the web page can be restored to the original
   94: page settings by pressing &#8220;Restore Page&#8220;.</li>
   95:   <li>Changes made to the currently displayed web page will persist to
   96: all additional web
   97: pages until &#8220;Restore Page&#8220; is selected.</li>
   98:   <li>Integrated
   99: Text To Speech reader. Reads out strings hovered over as well as
  100: focused elements.</li>
  101:   <li>Reader
  102: settings can be configured allowing the selection of the voice, volume,
  103: speaking rate,
  104: pitch, and voice range.</li>
  105:   <li>Toolbar
  106: functions have configurable Keyboard Shortcuts.</li>
  107: </ul>
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