Re: [orca-list] need to stop orca from auto starting at system start.

Hi Krishnakant:

I recently updated my server to Ubuntu 7.04 and ran into the same
problem.  It was very strange.  What I ended up doing was disabling
accessibility via System->Preferences->Accessibility->Assistive
Technology Preferences, logging out, logging back in, and then
re-enabling accessibility.  

In retrospect, I suspect the problem might have been that the exec_ats
property was set in some way.  You can see it by doing the following:

gconftool-2 --get /desktop/gnome/accessibility/startup/exec_ats

You might try setting it as so to clear it:

gconftool-2 -t list --list-type string --set /desktop/gnome/accessibility/startup/exec_ats "[]"

Let us know how this works,


On Mon, 2007-07-23 at 00:24 +0530, krishnakant Mane wrote:
ever since I have made orca auto start on my machine I am getting lot
of inconsistent response from orca.
the problem is that I just re installed ubuntu on my laptop and since
I did an accessible install, orca smartly asumes that this is a laptop
used by a blind person and auto starts orca on system startup.
but I want to turn this feature off and can't find the way.
can some one suggest me how?
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