I’ve read the asking for help FAQ, but I’m not using the requested template as it didn’t seem relevant.
My Significant Other has recently lost most of her sight as a result of a long medical melodrama, which I won’t go into. She is an “architect” level software developer, so knows her way around a computer, but is having major challenges adjusting to not being able to see the screen well, even with major magnification.
She is currently using a Mac laptop but has asked me to look into what sort of distros might be available for very low vision users. (I have been using GNU/Linux for over 30 years as my primary OS - I only use Windows if I have hardware that lacks Linux support)
DuckDuck mostly seems to bring up articles and links to things that are either ancient or seemingly no longer existing… Blinux’s FAQ was last updated in 2002, and the Linux Accessibility HOWTO also was last updated in 2002. The Vinux home page mentions the latest release as 2015, and so on. Emacspeak and Orca seem to be currently active, but I’m wondering what else might exist?