Re: [orca-list] has anyone noticed this?

I think this is a speech-dispatcher and/or pulse bug. Are you using pulseaudio? It makes editing text documents kind of painful sometimes lol.
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On Thu, 2011-10-13 at 19:02 -0500, Deedra Waters wrote:
when i'm typing along in gnome, in any application be it thunderbird, 
firefox terminal or what ever i'm noticing that orca doesn't always say 
the letters as you type them till you hit the next letter so for example 
if you type the word next then hit the space bar or next letter you're 
typing like: n e x then t then space, it won't say the t till you hit 
the space bar.

I'm not sure why this is happening. I noticed it in 3.0 origionally, 
then it went away with 3.2, now it seems to be back in  3.2.0-1 as arch 
calls it. I'm not sure if this is specific to arch, or if this is an 
orca bug in general so i'm curious to know if anyone else is seeing this.

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