Re: [orca-list] problem with panels on archlinux

Hi Alonzo:

Given the information that this works on debian and fedora, it sounds
like this is an archlinux problem and they may have laid out the bottom
panel differently.  From your debug log, I see you're pressing the Tab
key to try to navigate between items.  What happens when you press the
left and right arrow keys?


On Fri, 2009-07-17 at 07:04 -0500, Alonzo wrote:
Hello Will,

I'm using orca 2.26.3. I've never been able to read the bottom panel
in arch linux. I've always been able to see the contents in debian or
fedora, but not arch. So I'm not sure whats wrong here.


On 07/17/2009 07:04 AM, Willie Walker wrote: 
Hi Alonzo: 

Which version of Orca are you using? Orca v2.27.4 has an issue with
reading embedded applets in the panel. :-( 


On Jul 16, 2009, at 8:13 PM, Alonzo wrote: 

        Hello Will, 
        I am wanting orca to be abel to speak the bottom pannel.
        When I press ctrl-alt-tab to navigate to the pannels and the
        desktop I'm only able to navigate the desktop and the top
        pannel. I'm not able to navigate the bottom pannel. Pressing
        tab does not do anything. Orca just stays silent. I can tab
        aroudn and view the icons on the top pannel, but nothing on
        the bottom pannel. 
        On 07/16/2009 03:57 PM, Willie Walker wrote:Please describe
        the problem -- what actions are you taking and what do 
                you expect Orca to present? 
                On Thu, 2009-07-16 at 15:34 -0500, Alonzo wrote: 
                        I'm using arch linux. i have a problem
                        navigating the bottom panel. 
                        Please see the debug log. 
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