Sets options that make LibreOffice programs more accessible for users with reduced sight, limited dexterity or other disabilities.
Sets accessibility options.
Allows you to use assistive tools, such as external screen readers, Braille devices or speech recognition input devices. The Java Runtime Environment must be installed on your computer before you can enable assistive support.
Displays cursor in read-only documents.
Previews animated graphics, such as GIF images, in LibreOffice.
Previews animated text, such as blinking and scrolling, in LibreOffice.
High-contrast is an operating system setting that changes the system colour scheme to improve readability. You can decide how LibreOffice uses the high-contrast settings of the operating system.
Cell borders and shadows are always shown in text colour when high-contrast mode is active. The cell background colour is ignored then.
Switches LibreOffice into high-contrast mode when the system background colour is very dark.
Displays fonts in LibreOffice using the system colour settings. This option only affects the screen display.
Applies the high-contrast settings of the operating system to page previews.