Re: [orca-list] Connecting to a wireless network
- From: Christopher Chaltain <chaltain gmail com>
- To: orca-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: [orca-list] Connecting to a wireless network
- Date: Tue, 09 Aug 2011 09:26:06 -0500
Hmm, Windows+s doesn't do anything for me either. I wonder what I'm
doing wrong. Again, I'm running Vinux 3.2.1, Ubuntu 11.04, Orca
3.1.2-xdesktop and Gnome 2. I've tried these keys on my desktop, inside
an application, like thunderbird, and from the bottom edge panel.
On 09/08/11 05:30, MichaÅ Zegan wrote:
Try going to the session menu by pressing win+s, maybe?
Other instructions are the same.
W dniu 09.08.2011 10:07, Christopher Chaltain pisze:
On 08/08/11 18:15, Luke Yelavich wrote:
On Tue, Aug 09, 2011 at 03:02:24AM EST, Tom Masterson wrote:
I have Ubuntu 11.04 using classic (gnome). How do I connect to a
wireless network using orca?
Press Windows key + M. You will land on a menu that is for
messaging. Press left arrow until you hear something related to
networkng. ou should then be in the network manager menu. Arrow down
that menu to find the network you want to connect to.
I hope to have sed menus much more clearly indicated by Ubuntu
12.04, the next LTS.
Where do I have to be for Windows+m to take me to this messaging menu?
When I press Windows+m at the desktop, I just hear "text m". I'm running
vinux 3.2.1 (Ubuntu 11.04) with the Gnome Classic desktop, which is what
I think the original poster is running.
Is this Windows+m a Unity key stroke by any chance?
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