1.4 Oracle VM Manager Accessibility Features

As part of the effort to make Oracle products, services, and supporting documentation accessible and usable to the disabled community, Oracle VM Manager Web Interface allows you to configure the following accessibility features:

  • Support for Screen Reader.

  • Support for High Contrast.

  • Support for Large Fonts.

You can enable these features when logging in to the Oracle VM Manager Web Interface or you can set or change the accessibility options once you have logged in.

To enable accessibility options when logging in:

  1. On the login page of the Oracle VM Manager Web Interface, click the arrow to expand Accessibility Options.

  2. Select one or more check box from the following accessibility options:

    • I use a screen reader.

    • I use high contrast.

    • I use large fonts.

  3. Alternatively, if you have already selected specific accessibility options during a previous session, you are able to restore these settings by ensuring that the 'Use saved accessibility options' checkbox is checked.

To set or change accessibility options while you are logged in:

  1. In the Global Links at the top of the right-hand-side of the Oracle VM Manager Web Interface, click Settings.

  2. From the drop-down list, select from the following accessibility options:

    • I use a screen reader.

    • I use high contrast.

    • I use large fonts.

These settings are persistent across each user login, as described in Section 1.3, “User Preference Persistence”. To ensure that the same settings are applied on each subsequent login you should ensure that the Use saved accessibility options checkbox is checked on the login page when you login.