Moodle plugins directory: Accessibility
Blocks ::: block_accessibility
Maintained by Brickfield Education Labs
Provides options for changing text size and colour scheme. Settings can be saved to persist between sessions. Also integrates ATbar from Southampton University ECS.
Current versions available: 3
The block allows users to customise Moodle to their visual needs. It supports changing of text sizes and colour schemes. Customisations save to the user's session, allowing them to persist between pages, and can also be saved to the database allowing them to apply permanently.
The block also integrates ATBar from Southampton University ECS. This provides extra tools and customisation options, including dictionary lookup and Text-to-speech. Visual customisations performed with ATBar don't currently persist, and can be used as well as or instead of the block's own customisations.
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If you experience an error with the block, or would like to request a feature, please use the "Bug Tracker" link below.
Brickfield Education Labs (Lead maintainer)
Mark Johnson: Original maintainer
Hittesh Ahuja: Previous maintainer
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When you click A- or A+, it doesn't do anything. Do you know how to solve this problem?
Thanks in advance
Do you plan a release for Moodle 4.0 ?
if so, when will it be published?
You are awesome!
We use this plugin around 4 years and we never had any issues.
However, recently, we updated to moodle 4 and we noticed that the accessibility block stoped working correctly with the navbar superpositioning it. Are you intending to fix this behavior any time soon? We have several students with special needs that rely on this plugin. It would be most appreciated to have it back to normal as soon as possible.
Thank you in advance.
Is there any forecast for the publication of the accessibility plugin for Moodle Version 4.0?