Latest Opera browser gets vocal (27 Jan 2005)
Another feature likely to appeal to people with low vision is the ability to make pages fit to the screen width, which eliminates the need for horizontal scrolling.
The company points out that this will also appeal to anyone using Opera with a handheld device.
The company says that features like voice activation are not solely aimed at visually impaired people.
"Our idea was to take a first step in making human-computer interaction more natural," said Ms Hanson
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