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README
% axessibility - create pdf files with mathematical formulae accessible by assistive 
%                      technologies for visually impaired people with LaTeX
%
% Copyright (C) 2018, 2019 by 
% Anna Capietto, Sandro Coriasco, Tiziana Armano, 
% Nadir Murru, Alice Ruighi, Eugenia Taranto,
% Dragan Ahmetovic, Cristian Bernareggi, Michele Berra
% 
% Based on accsupp.sty
%
% This work consists of the main source file axessibility.dtx
% and the derived files
%   axessibility.ins, axessibility.sty, axessibility.pdf, README,
%   axessibilityExampleGoldenMean.tex
% 
% The Current Maintainer of this work is 
%               Sandro Coriasco
%
% This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 License 
% http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0/
%
This is version 2.0 of axessibility, a package which allows LaTeX to create 
pdf files with mathematical formulae accessible by assistive technologies 
for visually impaired people.

The following files are enclosed.

  README                          - This file.
  axessibility.dtx                - Documented tex file of the axessibility package. Run pdfLaTeX
                                    on this file to obtain the package documentation.
  axessibility.ins                - Run LaTeX on this file to extract the axessibility.sty file  
                                    from axessibility.dtx.
  axessibilityExampleGoldenMean   - A sample LaTeX file which uses the axessibility package.

Installation notes:
The package is supplied in `.ins`&`.dtx` format. Running `latex axessibility.ins` 
will extract the package, whereas `pdflatex axessibility.dtx` will typeset the 
documentation. Move `axessibility.sty` to your local `texmf` directory.

Down­load the con­tents of this pack­age in one zip archive (188.9k).

axessibil­ity – Ac­cess to for­mu­las in PDF files by as­sis­tive tech­nolo­gies

PDF doc­u­ments con­tain­ing for­mu­las gen­er­ated by are usu­ally not ac­ces­si­ble by as­sis­tive tech­nolo­gies for vi­su­ally im­paired peo­ple (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) in cor­re­spon­dence to each for­mula.

Pack­ageaxessibil­ity
Ver­sion2.0
Li­censesCC BY-NC 4.0
Copy­right2018,2019 Anna Capi­etto, San­dro Co­ri­asco, Tiziana Ar­mano, Nadir Murru, Alice Ruighi, Eu­ge­nia Taranto, Dra­gan Ah­me­tovic, Cris­tian Bernareggi, Michele Berra
Main­tainerSan­dro Co­ri­asco
Con­tained inTeX Live as axessibil­ity
MiKTeX as axessibil­ity
TopicsAc­ces­si­bil­ity Sup­port
See alsoaccsupp
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