Re[2]: Orca and Firefox

Hello Will,
Many thanks for that info. So if I want to use Firefox I have to use either Gnopernicus or textbased Internet?
Many thanks,

On 2006-11-02 at 09:10 Willie Walker wrote:

>Hi Christian:
>Firefox is not ready for compelling access yet.  You can kind of limp
>along many web pages using Orca with Firefox 2, but it's not anything
>I'd call great.
>We're are currently working closely with the Firefox team and are
>targeting the Firefox 3 release as means to provide compelling access to
>the web using Orca.  Interim releases will be available between now and
>the Firefox 3 release (currently looks like Spring '07).  If all goes
>well, this will coincide nicely with the GNOME 2.18 release.
>For braille, if you run BrlTTY and have BrlAPI installed on your
>machine, Orca should hopefully just find it and use it.  If it doesn't,
>you may need to make sure braille support is enabled in the Orca
>Hope this helps,
>On Thu, 2006-11-02 at 14:53 +0100, Christian wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> After all, I decided to go for Ubuntu since I was able to install it
>with the help of Orca and also since it is based on Debian which I have
>been using a little I know how to use apt and such.
>> However, how do I use Orca in Firefox or where can I find out more info?
>> I would also like to use braille, can I use Orca with BRLTTY like
>> Many thanks,
>> Christian
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