That's some great news and a hope in the darkness.
But my quesstion is, while HUD started to work fine, how about the shell filler that comes up when we press the super (windows ) key?
Is it spoken back?
Secondly, what do you get when you press alt + f1?
On 31/03/12 19:49, Andy B. wrote:
Hi. I have been having some problems with the more recent daily builds from yesterday and the day before. I had to kill my VM install of the 12.04 setup that I had from an old alpha release/daily build from a few months ago. While setting up a production development server with 11.10 and attempting to fix the problem with 12.04, I downloaded today's daily build. After installing it (which only took 5 minutes compared to 30 minutes), I checked for updates. I then closed update manager, and started thumbing around to see if I could figure out the problem with not being able to access the file, edit, go, bookmarks, and help menus with ALT+F10. I never did figure it out. I accidently pressed ALT by itself and heard nothing from Orca. I then typed a few characters. What's this? I get feedback on the filtered choices? I then closed HUD with ESC. I heard "desktop". I pressed ALT to start HUD again. Thinking that this might be a fluke, I typed writ and ended up with a bunch of networking stuff and some system settings. Now that this thing works, what exactly do you use it for? Is this possibly the reason they took the typical Unity 4.x menubar out of the system? Now, lets hope that I can get the system to restart. If so, we are back in business! If so, I will need to move my development server over to 12.04 because I need the newer server apps such as Apache, PHP, and MySQL._______________________________________________ orca-list mailing list orca-list gnome org http://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/orca-list Visit http://live.gnome.org/Orca for more information on Orca. The manual is at http://library.gnome.org/users/gnome-access-guide/nightly/ats-2.html The FAQ is at http://live.gnome.org/Orca/FrequentlyAskedQuestions Log bugs and feature requests at http://bugzilla.gnome.org Find out how to help at http://live.gnome.org/Orca/HowCanIHelp