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|Oracle Solaris 11 Accessibility Guide for the GNOME Desktop Oracle Solaris 11 Information Library|
The Oracle Solaris Desktop includes an Accessible Login feature. The Accessible Login feature enables users to do the following:
Log in to the desktop even if the user cannot easily use the screen, mouse, or keyboard in the usual way.
Launch assistive technologies at login by associating a user action with an assistive technology application. The user can perform the user action from the standard keyboard, or from a keyboard, pointing device, or switch device that is attached to the USB or PS/2 mouse port. These user actions are called gestures.
Change the visual appearance of the login dialog before the user logs in, for example, to use a high contrast theme for better visibility.
For information about using and configuring the accessibility features of the login screen, see the GNOME Display Manager Reference Manual.