Dear list members,
I received the message below from Dave Eisler during the list was locked.
I downloaded the screen magnifier utility as described below by Dave and
can say I think this is one of the better shareware utilities, cause the
magnifier magnifies under itself. It is only a pitty that the magnification
turns of if you click the mouse so you can only use it as a reading tool. I
hope Dave shall improve in the future.
Regards Peter Verhoeven
>>From: "Dave Eisler" <zoomtools@...>
>>To: "Screen Magnifier Software News and Discussion list"
>>Subject: New program for the visually impaired: ZoomTools
>>Date: 12 Jan 2000 22:31:39 -0000
>>The following message was received at magnifiers@...
>>and is being forwarded to you, the list owner.
>>I wrote a Windows 3x/95/98 shareware utility, called ZoomTools, that has
>>some useful features for the visually impaired. It's a collection of high
>>quality graphics tools (screen capture, tape measure, color analyzer, etc)
>>with built-in magnifiers. Zoom into, measure, grab and print any on-screen
>>picture, map or drawing with pixel perfect accuracy. Not only do the
>>magnifiers make images easier to see, but it's mouse pointer (cursor) can
>>controlled by key strokes as well as the mouse, reducing the need for a
>>ZoomTools 2.1 takes one minute to download (using a 56K modem), 20 seconds
>>to install and less than 1MB hard disk space. $25. A free 30 day trial is
>>Eisler Enterprises Inc; product design & engineering
>>zoomtools@... 303-423-3541 Arvada CO