So if it can be proven that we all have a binocular vision issue to some degree, we are being discriminated, in an era where technology is ubiquitous and supposedly available to people with accessibility issues.
They don't care. Microsoft doesn't care, Google doesn't care, Dell doesn't care, HP doesn't care, etc etc. No one cares. Corporations only pretend to care about doing the right thing when it will impact their bottom line. Helping .002% of their users won't make them any money, so they don't care.
When we reach out to them we get pointless boilerplate responses. When you try and contact engineers at the company, it's almost impossible. When we go into excruciating detail about our problems and the real pain and suffering it is causing, they ask us if we rebooted our PC, and then they say have nothing for us.
The limit of a corporations compassion ends at them telling the world how woke they are on their Twitter feed. These are people who will shout how much they love and support the LGBT community at the same time they are doing business with countries where LGBT people are literally thrown off rooftops to their deaths. But hey, they made a rainbow logo, so they "care".
No, this issue is on us, and us alone, to diagnose and solve. We should expect 0 help from any technology organization. They do not care.
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