cases and finally .. there are no need for any graphics to read text
maybe it's worth emphasizing that manpages in the "text only"
form are the best solution for users with disabilities.
I actually know a blind man. But he has to use windoze+putty to be able to
use FreeBSD - because textreader software works only that way.
There are no braile style text terminals IMHO.
The "text only" method describes how things ARE, not how things
LOOK LIKE, which seems to be the common way of "modern documenting"
The funny things in today GUI's are situation like buttons with text AND
Looks like micro-soft and friends do really care of third-world people.
When someone can't read, he/she have icon to help.
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