Η Apple includes accessibility features to its devices that help users with vision problems or physical and motor disabilities. Some settings, such as Reduce Transparency, can help these users. See how you can quickly access Accessibility Controls from the menu bar or Control Center in Poppy.
If you are using the operating system macOS Big Sur or a newer version, you can get access in these functions directly from the menu bar or using the Control Center. The Accessibility Shortcuts menu brings to the fore many functions frequently used accessibility features, such as the grayscale feature, so you do not have to switch to System Preferences whenever you want to enable or disable a feature.
Accessibility Shortcuts is an additional section that you can add at the end of the Control Center and can be added directly to the menu bar.
Once added, you will have access to features such as "Voice Over", "Zoom", "Invert Colors", "Color Filters", "Increase Contrast", "Reduce Transparency", "Sticky Keys", "Slow Keys", "Mouse" Keys, Accessibility Keyboard and Head Pointer.
To do this, click on the icon “Apple”From the“ Menu Bar ”and then select“ System Options ”.
Here, click on “Dock & Menu Bar".
From the sidebar, scroll down and select "Accessibility Shortcuts". Then click on “Appearance in the Control Center" and "Appearance in the menu bar".
To access the "Accessibility Shortcuts" from the Control Center, click the Control Center icon in the upper right corner of your Mac screen.
Now, click on the new "Accessibility Shortcuts" icon at the bottom.
The menu will expand and you will see all Accessibility Controls.
You can also drag and drop the "Accessibility Shortcuts" icon from the Control Center to the Menu Bar.