14 Replies Latest reply on Sep 12, 2013 5:11 AM by Peter Spier



      Dear Adobe,


      currently I'm working in a school with young people of 18 years old. The students all study graphic design and learn indesign, photoshop and illustrator. All of our students have a disability (physically or autism). One of them has a serious problem with his eyes. For example, when he's working in Indesign he can't see the hairlines- and the design he makes are not good as a result. Can we adjust settings, line-thickness or anything? (Zooming doesn't do it) Hopefully we can find a sollution because otherwise he will fail this year's course. greetings Bert