8 Magnifier Views
SuperNova offers 8 different magnifier views. Each view is designed to suit individual users with different eye conditions, in different types of software applications.
Full Screen View
Full screen fills the whole of your computer screen with a magnified portion of the actual screen. Where ever you move on screen using your keyboard or mouse, the magnified image seamlessly follows on screen.
Fixed Window View
Fixed Window magnifies a region of the real screen in a small static window. You can control how big your fixed window is and where it fixed on the screen using the magnification modification mode.
Split Screen View
Split screen view splits your screen into two rectangular areas. One is magnified at a size to suits you and the other remains unmagnified. You can choose to view a top split, right split, left split or bottom split screen. You can also control the relative size of each of these areas quickly and easily usingmagnification modification mode.
Magnifying Glass View
Magnifying Glass View closely simulates the effect that you would get if you held a real magnifying glass in front of the screen. Perfect for mouse users, the Magnifying Glass View allows you to move a magnified rectangle over the unmagnified screen. You can control the physical size of your magnifying glass using the magnification modification mode and the magnification size that it displays from 1.25x to 60 x.
Resizing Glass View
Resizing Glass View tracks where ever you are on the screen, automatically resizing itself to the current focus. The Resizing Glass View is perfect for keyboard users, working especially well with applications such as Internet Explorer and Firefox, magnifying links and headings one at a time.
This feature is present in SuperNova: Access Suite, Magnifier and Reader Magnifier.