Re: [orca-list] What should 'orca -q' kill? (was Re: Odd behavior with restarting Orca)

On Wed, Sep 01, 2010 at 10:50:26PM -0400, Joanmarie Diggs wrote:
Just to be sure you and I are on the same page, by "current" do you mean
master or gnome stable (2.30.2)?

Joanie, I never gave thought to multiple users running Orca at the
same time on the same machine.  Given that, your reasoning makes sense
and I would then go along with your view that the behavior in master
should remain as it is right now.  I was just noticing the difference
and figured to report it.  As long as I know this and figure my
current Orca session is busted, I can try killing with 'orca -q' from
a normal user, which is probably the cleaner way to stop it, but if
that doesn't work, I can always do the "Unicy" things to kill it.
We'll probably need to make these points clear in the wiki and any
other documentation that discusses this area; I'll take a look and see
if that might be necessary.

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