extension ExtPose


Description from extension meta Accessibility toolbar
Image from store ATbar
Description from store ATbar has been created as an open-source, cross-browser toolbar to help users customise the way they view and interact with web pages. The concept behind ATbar is simple: One toolbar to provide all of the functionality you would usually achieve through the use of different settings or products. ATbar is free and allows you to change the look and feel of webpages, have text read aloud and spell check forms. It is a simple tool which is available for most popular browsers. There are three versions of the ATbar toolbar.
Latest reviews (2016-12-21) Kimberly Ramos: This extension WAS working quite well. However, the Word Prediction stopped working recently. I wonder if it's not keeping up with the automatic updates that Google pushes out to Chrome OS. (2016-09-29) Amie Preston: Word Prediction doesn't work. Too bad. (2015-01-23) Janet Ragan: Some features don't work. Word prediction for example. (2014-11-05) Sunandha Gomathi: nice (2014-05-01) Mark Surabian: Fantastic AT product, especially considering it's open source and cross platform. Kudos to the team of developers. As an AT Practitioner I'm thrilled that people care enough to make apps like this to assist individuals struggling with cloud-based tasks. I wish the WP worked in Google Docs and the developers explained why all their wonderful features exist (for particular needs of individuals), but otherwise it's a fantastic start.

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4.0 (12 votes)
Last update / version
2013-10-09 / 2.4




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