Thanks John for two excellent tips. I'll pass them on - both my kids are dylexic.
We could do with something in the 'How To...' lists, for Accessibility Tips. Maybe you could suggest it. I did put a suggestion in the Contribute forum ages ago about the 'How To..' intructions being unnecessarily 'wordy' - I think bullet points are easier to follow - but it didn't get enough support for anything to happen.
Here's another font that I am now using which I am finding so easy to read
Segoe Print Regular
The way I would describe it is that my eyes flow over the lines of text instead of it feeling all jittery & jumpy as I read, like riding on a piece of nicely re-surfaced road.
Here's a download link ...
Please pass this on to anyone you know that is, or have children that are, dyslexic
Thanks for the tip.
I always like to hear new ideas to make my life simpler.
recently i've started making "weemee" characters for entries in my phone book so that i can look at the pictures rather than the names for a similar reason.