Re: VirtualBox and vm ware

What sort of accessibility are you looking for? Screen reader support?

VMWare's products should be accessible since they use GTK+ and are
tested internally with LDTP, although I don't have any personal


On Fri, May 15, 2009 at 7:38 PM, Willie Walker <William Walker sun com> wrote:
> The VirtualBox GUI is currently based upon Qt, which is not accessible via
> the AT-SPI.  Work is underway to remedy the Qt accessibility  situation:
> Francisco J. Vázquez Araújo has created a GTK+ wrapper for VirtualBox, but
> I'm not sure how feature complete it is:
> Apparently, the command line interface for VirtualBox is supposed to be
> quite rich, providing features not found in the GUI.  Note that this does
> not mean I support or condone falling back to the command line interfaces as
> an accessibility solution.
> Will
> Calum Benson wrote:
>> Re-directing to GNOME accessibility list, where you may get a better
>> response to your question.
>> Regards,
>> Calum.
>> On 15 May 2009, at 15:42, Giulio Berretta wrote:
>>> Hello, i have another question for you! Since few months, I'm using
>>> VirtualBox, but its accessibility is very very low... somebody of you uses
>>> also vm ware? I never used this program. do you know somethings about its
>>> accessibility and its work?
>>> When I use VirtualBox, i can't do nothing because the accessibility
>>> problem. If a emulator software like it becames accessible, it is very
>>> important.
>>> Thank's for your attenction.
>>> Giulio
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