Swipe up in the Accessibility settings list to view all seven Vision settings shown in Figure 5.
Figure 5. All seven options within the Vision section.
You can change one or more of the following options in the Vision section:
Font Size: The default font size is Normal, but you can change to one of five different sizes from Tiny to Huge in the Font Size window shown in Figure 6.
Figure 6. If you don’t want to change the font size, tap the Cancel button.
- Magnification Gestures: Turn on this feature so you can zoom in or out by triple-tapping on the screen. You can temporarily magnify what’s under your fingers by triple-tapping and holding on the last tap. When you’re zoomed in you can pan around the screen by dragging two or more fingers across the screen, or pinch two more figures together or apart to zoom in and out, respectively.
- Negative Colors: Reverses the colors on the screen. For example, black text on a white background becomes white text on a black background.
- Color Adjustment: Slide the Off button to On so you can change the colors on the screen.
- Notification Reminders: Turn on this feature to have the Tab 4 beep at a given interval (the default is five minutes) to remind you about any unread notifications.
- Accessibility Shortcut: This feature allows you to turn on accessibility features by pressing and holding the power key until you either hear a sound or feel a vibration, or pressing and holding the screen with two fingers until you hear a sound.
- Text-to-Speech Options: Allows you to choose between the Samsung and Google text-to-speech options and change your preferred option’s settings, change the rate at which text is spoken, and listen to an example of what speech will sound like on your Tab 4.