Re: Mozilla?

Hi, Jacob.
I've had no success with Mozilla at all. However, I am very interrested in
what you did to set it up as you have gotten much further than I have. I've
built mozilla from scratch, downloaded the compiled version from, and on my system nothing talks including menus, toolbars,
Can you tell the list what you did to get as far as you did? If we have that
info perhaps the rest of ous can catch up and help experiment and find the
best possible accessibility with mozilla.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Jacob Schmude" <jschmude adelphia net>
To: <gnome-accessibility-list gnome org>
    Cc: <speakup braille uwo ca>
Sent: Monday, January 05, 2004 8:45 PM
Subject: Mozilla?

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> Hi
> I've posted this to gnome-accessibility several times and gotten no
response whatsoever. Has anyone gotten mozilla to work? I've tried on 5
distros now (fedora,
> debian, slackware, rh9, and gentoo) with no success. Here's the problem.
It speaks the menus and title bar fine. However, as soon as I start to tab
or arrow
> through a web page, one of two things will happen. First, it'll either
bomb out with no error messages, not even on the x status console, or it
will simply say
> nothing. In the cases where it's saying nothing, I know I'm moving through
links, since I can hit enter and it will take me to a different part of the
sight, but that
> isn't the best way to surf. It never stays stable for long anyway, it'll
either bomb out eventually or lock my computer up so bad that even a
ctrl+alt+del won't
> reboot. I've tried this on other computers too with the same result, Yes,
mozilla is compiled with gtk2 and yes, it has accessibility support in it. I
even built it from
> source to see if that would help, that didn't change the situation. What
am I missing here? Do I need to recompile some gnome libs? Maybe I need CVS
> 2.6?
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