The version of Adamant website is adapted for blind users. With the help of software, programs of non-visual access to the desktop of the computer, which work by language alerting the user about objects on the desktop and windows, actions and processes, the user can use the site without any obstacles.
With special programs for the blind, the user can control what he or she is reading by moving the cursor to the appropriate area of the text using the mouse or arrows on the keyboard. Some programs can also convert text to braille if the computer user has a braille display.
- NVDA — free software for reading from a computer screen, the ability to select voices and convert text to Braille.
- JAWS — paid software for reading from the computer screen, the ability to select voices, support for two monitors.
- Orca (for Linux-based distributions) — free software for reading text from a computer screen, which provides access to the desktop for visually impaired users, provides speech support and display of information on a tactile display (Braille line), and also provides screen magnification for the visually impaired. Orca is fully adapted for GNOME and KDE.