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9-05-2008 @ 5:11PM
I'm visually impaired, I use a white cane and I love WoW. My disability has little effect in raids (although I do get horribly lost, just like the real world) unless there are fast mobs involved, like the pesky post-Curator mana wryms in Kara. However my guild know about it and are very helpful. My disability is not one I can escape from even in WoW but a little improvement on the accessibility front, such as making the text bigger, especially in the chat boxes would go a long way, ditto the option for bigger maps.
9-05-2008 @ 5:18PM
Well, the chat box option is easy enough (look at Prat and ClearFont), but I'm not sure where you could go to find a bigger map setup, since the default maps already have tiny details. Might be worth looking around, though.
9-05-2008 @ 9:21PM
I received most of my mods from a friend in one big .rar- but it did include one which allows me to enlarge or shrink the map. I believe it is cartographer, though you may need to look into it to see if it can help you or not :)
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