Re: gnopernicus 0.10.4 + Firefox 1.0.7 not talking


I believe the problem is Firefox - and I think this has come up on this list before. It seems that Firefox is not nearly as accessible as the mozilla 1.7 series, even without the still-outstandinf Sun accessibility fixes.


Jason Grieves wrote:


I have Firefox compiled on my AIX box and am running gnopernicus but I can't seem to get it to talk. Here are my steps

export GTK_MODULES=gail:atk-bridge


GTK Accessibility Module Initialized

Firefox starts fine but no talking at all.  I then
export GTK_MODULES=gail:atk-bridgeTEST
and ran and got that atk-bridgeTEST could not be found, which confirmed that my modules were loading correctly from /usr/lib/gtk-2.0/modules which include
1)libatk-bridge.a and .la
2)libgail.a and la
(including some other accessiblity modules I assume)

Am I missing anything. I was looking through the gnopenricus logs and did not see that this was a new feature from 0.10.4 to the current. I did notice a post in August where a user was trying to use 0.10.4 and was having the same problem. Bill asked for hte output and I did not see the repsonse at this point.


Jason Grieves

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