Re: [orca-list] to install or not to install, that is the question.

Well, I went ahead and did the install by using dist-upgrade. So far, everything seems to work as expected. Love being able to use orca commands, without worrying if my caps lock is on or not. Only things I did notice are that quick lists aren't reading as of yet (I'm using unity 2d), and when I focus something like the desktop, orca commands seem to get passed through and not seen by Orca. Being that this is bearly alpha 2 though, I was very impressed with the smooth upgrade, and Orca does seem much more snappy. Good work devs.


On 01/17/2012 07:11 PM, Guy Schlosser wrote:
Hi all, I have a question for those who are successfully using ubuntu 12.04 alpha. What is the best way to upgrade? Should I go get the live image and do a fresh install, or just dist-upgrade everything? I want to help test the latest changes in Orca, and not afraid to get my hands dirty, just curious to see which way gives the best results. Any tips would be greatly appreciated.



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