Re: [orca-list] Indicators [was "Re: Connecting to a wireless network"]
- From: Frost <znvyyvfgf gmail com>
- To: orca-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: [orca-list] Indicators [was "Re: Connecting to a wireless network"]
- Date: Fri, 12 Aug 2011 08:30:37 -0700
Sure would be nice if some of these accessibility functions
could be added to the LSB the way the filesystem is. We have Alt+F2 and
type orca, Mickeysoft has Windows+U...dunno what Apple has. Because it
sure as hell be nice to press a certain keystroke and get the accessible
installation, plus it sure would save a hell of a lot of posts on, "How
do I install Ubuntu, or GRML, or Arch, or Debian, etc., etc., etc.
Universal Access isn't very universal at all with no standards from one
distribution to another, let alone from one operating system to another.
When are we going to make universal Access universal? When will
we be able to press a key, no matter which LSB compliant distro and get
an accessible installation, or have a screen reader/magnifier start up?
When are we going to stop monkeying around with the trivial crap and
actually do something intelligent for ourselves? When are we
handicapped going to become part of the Linux Standards Base?
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