Settings / Apps for people with limited motor skills

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  1. sebinasia

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    Hi there,

    I work for someone that has suffered a stroke and has limited motor skills. He often accidentally does a 'long press' instead of a 'tap'.

    Is it possible to change the settings (or get an app to do it) so that a long press doesn't initiate so quickly?

    Also, can anyone recommend any apps that increase button size and generally make the interface more user friendly for people with disabilities?

    Many thanks,

    Sebastian.
     
  2. col.bris

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    Welcome I a moving your request to iPad and special needs forum hopefully some one will provide a solution
     
  3. sebinasia

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    Thank you, sorry for posting in the wrong place!
     
  4. col.bris

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    We are here to assist most users are not aware we have a forum for special needs so it is not an issue at all. Hopefully you will,receive a response soon.

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