CoreFiling fully complies with the electronic and information technology accessibility requirements in Section 508 of the U.S. Rehabilitation Act.
CoreFiling software runs on systems using a version of the Microsoft® Windows® operating system and fully integrates with the Accessibility Resources that are built into Windows. These resources fulfil the criteria for § 1194.31 Functional Performance Criteria. Windows Accessibility Resources include the following features:
- Magnifier – Enlarges a portion of the screen for better visibility.
- Narrator – Reads on-screen text, dialog boxes, menus, and buttons aloud if speakers or a sound output devices is installed.
- On-Screen Keyboard – Displays a keyboard that is controlled by a mouse or switch input device.
- Speech Recognition (Windows Vista only) – Recognizes spoken input commands.
Windows operating systems fully support compatible speech recognition and Braille output applications available from third-party vendors. CoreFiling software running on a Windows operating system should also be compatible with these applications.
Those CoreFiling products which run on Linux or Macintosh benefit from similar accessibility applications in those operating systems.