Re: [orca-list] Simple audio player working with Orca

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Another thing I find cool with Rythm Box is the Itunes like feature
for internet radio.  My only complaint I had with recent versions is I
seemed to keep crashing Orca.  I had many frequent speech losses while
Rbox was running.  

On Fri, Jan 16, 2009 at 07:03:30PM -0500, Jacob Schmude wrote:
While I do find Rhythmbox's accessibility to be quirky in places, I  
don't actually find it to be awful. It has improved quite a lot  
recently, actually. I do remember trying to use it several years ago,  
and at that time it was next to impossible, as none of the information  
reported by orca was accurate. It does work quite well now, with only a 
few annoying bugs, most noteably it occasionally loses focus and you  
have to click inside the track list to get it back.

On Jan 16, 2009, at 18:54, Andre Nuno Soares wrote:

Hello all,

On Fri, 2009-01-16 at 18:24 +1100, Daniel Dalton wrote:
Totem works well, rhythmbox is very good, and extremely powerful.

rhythmbox has very poor accessibility.

I'm using Totem and its quite good, the only thing missing is creating

If you go for RBox, Banshee, etc I recommend you disable the minimize 
panel feature, that can be very confusing for a VI user and not useful
at all.


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