August 4, 2008
How to Install the Colorblind Applet on GNOME
Color blindness, sometimes called daltonism, is mostly a color vision deficiency. Colorblind people can't tell the difference between some chromatic colors and as far as I know there are no tools on Linux OSes that can help them distinguish the hues. I use Ubuntu, and the colorblind applet is part of the gnome-mag package, but for some reason (and I have no idea why) the developers didn't include it in the distro. So, basically, weÃ¢â¬â¢re gonna recompile the gnome-mag package, with the colorblind panel applet.
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