axessibility – Access to formulas in PDF files by assistive technologies
PDF documents containing formulas generated by LaTeX are usually not accessible by assistive technologies for visually impaired people and people with special educational needs (i.e., by screen readers and braille displays). The axessibility package manages this issue, allowing to create a PDF document where the formulas are read by these assistive technologies, since it automatically generates hidden comments in the PDF document (by means of the /ActualText attribute and/or suitable tags) in correspondence to each formula.
|Licenses||The LaTeX Project Public License 1.3|
|Copyright||2018–2020 Anna Capietto, Sandro Coriasco, Tiziana Armano, Boris Doubrov, Alexander Kozlovskiy, Nadir Murru, Dragan Ahmetovic, Cristian Bernareggi|
|Contained in||TeX Live as axessibility|
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