I'm a visually impaired person. I need to create mathematical PDF documents using latex.
I'm using Windows XP SP3 with High Contrast Black (Large) display scheme because my eyesight isn't comfortable viewing the screen with light background.
In the Adobe Acrobat Reader, I've checked the "Replace Document Colors" check box and then the "Use Windows Color Scheme" radio button on the "Accessibility" of the "Preferences..." dialog box, which is accessible from the Edit menu.
However, while these settings work just fine for me in certain PDF documents, I find that there are certain other kind of PDF documents --- perhaps those scanned documents that have been saved as .pdf files --- in which my settings changes have no effect, and in those problematic documents, dark text appears against a light background, making reading those documents too stressful on my eyes!
What is the way out for me?
Will this issue go away if I migrate to Windows 7 or later?
I would prefer this issue to get resolved without having to use any screen magnification software, such as MAGic or Zoom Text Xtra.
I'm currently using Adobe Reader 11.0.10.