Re: Disable Accessibility in a GTK component


Thanks, I am going to take a look.

What I am trying to do is studing the possibility of using the Read Screen Technology like ORCA to make possible to visual deficient people uses a program and people who don't have deficiency can use it to, but without consuming CPU. I work to Bank of Brasil
We are between using ORCA or contruct a class to use directly some TTS like ESpeak or IBM TTS technology.

Some of the problems we are going to have using ORCA is that I don't know if is it possible to change some voice parameters like female voice or mainly entonation in execution time. Is it possible ? How ? We need total control of the accessibility.

Regards, Elcio

Peter Korn <Peter Korn Sun COM>
Enviado Por: Peter Korn Sun COM

23/08/2007 22:33 MST

        Para:        elciof bb com br
        cc:        gnome-accessibility-list gnome org, F2794038_Elcio_Friedrich/BANCO_DO_BRASIL BANCOBRASIL COM BR
        Assunto:        Re: Disable Accessibility in a GTK component

Hi Elcio,

Have a look at the at-poke application, which intentionally disables
accessibility on itself to avoid recursion by trying to explore itself.

Why are you wanting to turn accessibility support on/off?


Peter Korn
Accessibility Architect,
Sun Microsystems, Inc.
> Is it possible to disable accessibility in a gtk component or a gtk
> window ??
> I am using ORCA with a program I did using Glade in C++ language, and
> I would like to disable accessibility in a button if a condition is
> true. The problem is that ORCA usually reads the label of buttons
> created with GTK.
> I tried to use atk_object_notify_state_change(atk_obj,
> ATK_STATE_ENABLED, false) but it didn't work. I don't know if this way
> is the correct one.
> Other question, but envolving GTK,  anyone know how to put a mask in
> an entry field in C++ ? I didn't find anything about it.
> Regards,
> Elcio
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