Making your Programming Environment Dyslexic-Friendly

A useful tool for the many dyslexics interested in programming and software development:
Notepad++, a popular text editor for programmers, has some hidden features that make it very dyslexic-friendly. Specifically, users can enable a tinted background or overlay, as well as change the font – you can even use fonts you’ve downloaded from the internet, such as a favorite dyslexic-friendly font!

http://www.groovypost.com/howto/notepad-plus-plus-change-font-color/

Note: I highly recommend playing with the settings yourself to figure out which options suit you best, instead of using any preexisting options.

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