Re: [orca-list] Ibmtts and Orca.

Hi Tomas:

Orca.  I simply never got the stop commands which you said are always 
executed by orca on user interaction etc.  But than, with a later Orca 
version, the problem disappeared and it started to work as expected. 

Just to follow up, was the problem for this also the NumLock key?


PS - NumLock is a pesky key.  I think it may end up causing major
problems with ATs being able to even get keyboard events from the AT-SPI
registry.  As such, Orca may never know a key was pressed and is thus
unable to interrupt speech.

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