I try to use screen readers 100% of the time, however it's necessary to visually resolve things. For me that means high magnification of anywhere from 10 to 32 x magnification with higher contrast.
A problem I've never been able to solve in MacOS is when in Full Screen Zoom the trackpad and mouse speed of the pointer drastically changes when the pointer meets the edge of the magnified area. At the edges the pointer moves nice and fast so that I can get across the desktop quickly, however when not at the edge the pointer movement is extremely slow; it takes two or three slides of a finger just to move across the zoomed in portion of the desktop until another edge is hit and then it nicely speeds up again.
So as you can imagine if moving across the desktop if I go too far left and need to go just a bit back to the right I have to slide all the way across the trackpad with my finger twice to get back to the opposite edge.
I do greatly like the full screen zoom style set to only move the screen when the pointer is at or nears the edges instead of staying centered, but even when centered the experience of movement is very slow.
For anyone familiar with ZoomText the experience there is vastly better and if I could replicate exactly how theirs works on MacOS I would be thrilled. The speed of the pointer remains the same no matter the magnification level and in full screen zoom the pointer just needs to near the edge and not touch it to move the magnified area thus the motion is fluid without constant repositioning of the magnified area.
Any help on this topic would be greatly appreciated. I've gone through Accessibility and trackpad/mouse settings with no luck.