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Accessibility rant 

For more than a decade now, the Mac's screen reader has been able to use the trackpad for navigation. It's not the fastest method, but for those who are blind and have low dexterity, it's much faster than sticky keys and trying to use the keyboard. Meanwhile, Linux *still* doesn't have this, and it's always "well GTK has to do this," "Well ATSPI has to do this." "Well Orca needs this." Funny how a closed system is less ableist than Linux, the "free" system.

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