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  • Desktop environments and window managers are not the same. A desktop environment includes all the software needed for a desktop, including a window manager
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  • program must be accessible to him or her. Java Foundation Classes Accessibility API enables you to create programs that are accessible to disabled people
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  • February 7). Accessibility of eBook Readers. Retrieved from http://lib.colostate.edu/publicwiki/images/4/42/2011-02-07_FINAL_Report_--_Accessiblity_of_eBook_Readers
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  • previously built in recurring environments. In Rapid Application Development, these prove more helpful as you can drag them off a list of components and use
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  • by “transfering skills to new environments” (Rocchio, 1995, p. 1). Functional skills are built on real-life living and learning. Contributing to the
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  • to increase accessibility. Note that this will also disable ligatures such as "--" to "–", "---" to "—", etc. If you are using XeLaTeX and OpenType fonts
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  • of other terms that are usually more fully elaborated on in the Glossary and at times, given topic pages all their own for in depth exposition. Many
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  • fabartus Surveyor is the built-in world editing tool of the three Trainz Graphical user interface operating environments. Like the Windows application
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  • Inc. (2001-2009). Elluminate Live!® Accessibility. Retrieved March 2009, from http://www.elluminate.com/accessibility/ Jonassen, D.; Howland, J., Marra
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  • description and history of accessibility technology, regulations that affected the technologies, and an analysis of the implementation of wheelchair lifts and ramps
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  • Many virtual environments are socially oriented. Communication in virtual environments allows for a safe environment to share ideas and cheap access to
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  • visual styling of X-based environments varies greatly; different programs may present radically different interfaces. X is built as an additional application
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  • such documents more accessible. The glossaries package can be used to create glossaries. It supports multiple glossaries, acronyms, and symbols. This package
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  • applications which are optional (accessibility add ons, Language extensions, Windows Media Player, Disk defrag and Disk checking utilities, etc.) are
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  • several sections and is intended to be read sequentially. Getting started will show how to install and get started with Ruby in your environment. Basic Ruby
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  • today mainly because of the almost universal accessibility of the applications and services offered over it and its seamless connectivity. This is a direct
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  • communicating with human beings and for transferring data between programs and machines in text files and web pages. Built In String Functions  Strings can
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  • that is built into many cell phones, call routing such as the type that you experience when you call a call-center, domotic appliance control and content-based
    19 KB (3,043 words) - 21:02, 30 May 2012
  • exist in a variety of places including K-12, higher education, and professional environments. Wenglinsky [1] suggests that teachers can be the primary obstacle
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  • elements which define an asset are contained in a single folder accessible when the asset is built or opened for editing. The config.txt file within has the
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