INK is designed to be as straightforward and convenient to use as possible. A major aspect of that is your writing experience. If for whatever reason you find it difficult to work on a platform, it reduces your ability to write and enjoy using that app. 

At INK, we are very aware that everyone's writing habits are different, and we are aware that some people need certain features to get the most out of our app. 

To help you get the most out of INK, we have a number of accessibility features to make it as easy as possible for you to write to your full potential. 

Colorblind Mode

INK is designed to make it as easy as possible for people with colorblindness to write content. 

In INK's colorblind mode, the app will only show black, white, and primary colors. If you find that you are still having issues in using INK with this mode on, please don't hesitate to send us feedback on our site or through the INK app.

You can turn on INK's colorblind mode in a number of ways. The easiest way is to use our keyboard shortcut (CTRL+5 on Windows, CMD+5 on Mac).

For reference, you can find this information in the Shortcuts tab in the left sidebar. 

If you prefer, you can also toggle INK's colorblind mode under the accessibility tab as seen below:

If you want to turn off colorblind mode, you can do this by either pressing the shortcut keys again or navigating back to the Accessibility tab. 

Dyslexia Mode

Almost one-fifth of the population has some form of language-based disability, the most common being dyslexia.

With this in mind, we made sure we designed a Dyslexia Mode for INK that made it as easy as possible to read, write, and compose on our platform. 

In INK's Dyslexia's Mode, we use the Open Dyslexic font to make it easier to read content on our platform.

This font was specifically designed to be as easy to read and write as possible. However, if you are finding it difficult to use INK even with this mode, please don't hesitate to contact us so we can help solve the issue. 

You can turn on INK's dyslexia mode in a number of ways. The easiest way is to use our keyboard shortcut (CTRL+6 on Windows, CMD+6 on Mac). 

Just like our colorblind mode, you can find a reference to this shortcut in our Keyboard Shortcuts tab.

You can also toggle INK's Dyslexia Mode with the use of the Accessibility file tab as pictured below.

If you want to turn off colorblind mode, you can do this by either pressing the shortcut keys again or navigating back to the Accessibility tab. 

Dark Theme

If you have a sensitivity to brightness, or if you're just working late into the night, you can use INK's Dark Theme to make it easier to work without damaging your eyesight. 

You can quickly turn on INK's dark theme by using the CTRL+3 or CMD+3 shortcut as shown in the shortcuts tab on the INK app. 

You can also switch themes by pressing on the theme button in the top left corner of the INK app.


Finally, you can also access the Dark theme with the use of the INK file tab in the top left corner of the INK app. 

Further Accessibility

If you feel that there are more accessibility features which we should add to INK, please submit a feedback form to us and we will respond as quickly as we can.

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