[orca-list] Accessibility issues with Mozilla firefox in The latest development version of Opensuse
- From: "Mgr. Janusz Chmiel" <chmiel phil muni cz>
- To: "Willie Walker" <William Walker Sun COM>, "Ignasi Cambra" <icambra indiana edu>
- Cc: orca <Orca-list gnome org>
- Subject: [orca-list] Accessibility issues with Mozilla firefox in The latest development version of Opensuse
- Date: Tue, 2 Dec 2008 18:12:25 +0100
I would like to please You, if you would have some time to look at The
latest development version of Opensuse. While using F9 key in The boot menu,
pressing Enter and booting to Gnome with Orca, when I wanted to start
Mozilla firefox, There is dialog box license agreement and Orca is not
speaking in this window. Even flat rewiev cursor is not working inside this
Window. I pressed some keys which are usually accepting The license
agreement, but There was not result.
Do You think, that this accessibility issue wil not exist when I install
opensuse on A harddrive? I would like to inform You, that official release
of Opensuse could be ready theoretically in The first half of December. So I
would like to know, where to post this problem or consult it, if will
disappear after installation of Opensuse.
The opensuse development team has done much work and this release has much
more better accessibility support than previous official release from June
of this year. User is able to press F9 key, enter and Opensuse automatically
starts, and what is very important, Festival voice synthesizer has been
replaced by Espeak synthesizer. In this distribution, there are included all
availablaudio subsystems for Linux. Yast and Control center applications are
fully accessible with Orca.
Thank You very much for Your help, but I Am afraid, that it is too late, may
be, that core developers of Opensolaris are having enought of tasks related
to accessibility and that they will want to relax.
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