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Brian Allen

Long way around this would be to create slides with content on two layers - one black on white and the other layer with a dyslexic-friendly colored background/text.

You could include a button, either at the beginning or on each slide that would adjust a variable (dyslexic =T/F, default of false), and then on every slide do a check for the value of the variable. If it equals False then show layer 1, if True then layer 2.

Quite a bit more work, much less efficient, but would accomplish the purpose none the less.

Anthony Seminara

Good call Brian, and agreed more work.  We’ve adopted this method which once placed in the slide master makes the background change pretty painless in terms of production:

https://community.articulate.com/discussions/articulate-storyline/accessibility-changing-the-background-colours

Brian Allen
Anthony Seminara

We’ve adopted this method which once placed in the slide master makes the background change pretty painless in terms of production

Very nice! Not sure I've ever seen that one before, definitely nice to have as an option in the toolbox. Thanks for sharing