Re: Progress of Gnopernicus

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TI've stayed quiet on this particular subject because I've had to do some thinking on it, buthere's my thoughts on it.

I mainly use festival with gnopernicus, because it's easy to set up, and easy to use. There are times when gnopernicus locks my system, and I have no idea what causes it since I can't debug it since I can't access a text console when it does this. The other thing I notice is that I get almost nothing out of it with mozilla, meaning that  about the only thing I can do with it is load mozilla, and go to sites. I'm getting little to no feedback when I try to read webpages with it, so I gave up on the mozilla part of it

I don't really want much out of gnome, accept to be able to use mozilla, as well as openoffice, and maybe a few other small things. So far in my experience, I'm not able to do any of theese things, and I've done as much as I know how to be able to get this to work.

Janina is right here. Bugzilla in my experience is highly inaccessible. 

On Sun, 25 Jan 2004, Janina Sajka wrote:

> Date: Sun, 25 Jan 2004 13:01:44 -0500
> From: Janina Sajka <janina rednote net>
> To: Peter Korn <Peter Korn Sun COM>
> Cc: Saqib Shaikh <S Shaikh sussex ac uk>, gnome-accessibility-list gnome org,
>      gnome-accessibility-devel-admin gnome org,
>      Bill Haneman <bill haneman Sun COM>
> Subject: Re: Progress of Gnopernicus
> Hi again, Peter:
> Peter Korn writes:
> > From: Peter Korn <Peter Korn Sun COM>
> > 
> > Hi Saqib,
> > 
> > > Just wondering if there are any of the Gnopernicus developers on this list.
> > > I occasionally take a look at the ChangeLog, and can't help feeling, as a
> > > blind user, that fundamental problems with its useability are not being met.
> > > Just wondering if there is any roadmap for where Gnopernicus should be
> > > before Gnome 2.6?
> > 
> > What do you feel are the fundamental problems with Gnopernicus usability?  Have
> > you filed bugs/RFEs for any/all of these (and if so, what are the bugzilla bug
> > numbers).
> Well, perhaps the new Bugzilla being deployed today, January 25, will
> fix all the usability issues we've had for so long with Bugzilla
> I'm afraid that Bugzilla is an impediment to bug reports from blind
> users--at least those of us working in speech interfaces.

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