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IBM helps Firefox reach disabled

IBM helps Firefox reach disabled | Tech News on ZDNet

IBM will donate 50,000 lines of code to the Mozilla Foundation’s Firefox Web browser to make it friendly for people with visual and motor disabilities, Big Blue said Monday.

Sounds like a useful addition to Firefox. Now if I could only get it to reduce the sensitivity to popping up the context menu when I press the left-mouse button too long on my iBook.

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