Re: gnopernicus and web browsers


Is that the version that is included in Fedora Core 4?

Bertil Smark Nilsson

On Wed, 14 Sep 2005, Peter Korn wrote:


sunchiaretta yahoo it wrote:
Could you tell me how to make gnopernicus read the whole internet page, please?
What internet browser should I use? And then?
Thanks in advance.

The most accessible build of the most accessible browser to use with Gnopernicus (at the moment) is the Sun branch of Mozilla 1.7. Download from

Sun's Mozilla accessibility engineers have put back most of the accessibility fixes from our branch into Mozilla trunk, and are now focusing on Firefox accessibility.

Reading a web page is unfortunately limited current to caret navigation in the browser - press the F7 key to turn it on (it'll persist across reboots) and then use the arrow keys, ctrl-arrow keys, home & end to navigate the text. The unfortunate thing is that this doesn't work everywhere yet, and due to a bug in Mozilla, Gnopernicus flat review doesn't work. Please see the bugzilla bug in the GNOME database:

and more specifically the bugzilla bug in the Mozilla database:

which describes the problem. This is very definitely on the list to get fixed.


Peter Korn
Sun Accessibility team

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