Re: [orca-list] Accessibility of TuxType


Such serious contributions are path breaking in terms of accessibility
and are state of the art.

So all the source code must be on independent git repositories.

In addition efforts must be taken to facilitate other accessibility
distros to sync and merge such crucial changes as well.

Happy hacking.


On 12/26/2017 10:20 PM, Fernando Botelho wrote:
I also agree, git repositories with your various contributions would
be extremely helpful.


On 12/24/2017 01:38 AM, Sath Linux wrote:
Dear Alex,
I am sorry, you could not complete the task installing Tuxtype. Let me
know which distribution you are trying with? I will ask my engineers
to contact you soon.
At the same time I request you personally, and the list as such, to
prepare a road map for accessibility for Gnu/Linux operating systems.
Hope that you have downloaded accessible coconut and tested. We are
very happy to tell you that we are making a serious effort to make
coconut a full fledged system. Suggestions from any side is welcome.

On 12/22/17, Alex ARNAUD <alexarnaud hypra fr> wrote:
Hello Sath,

I've seen on that you've developed a way to
access TuxType for blind or visual-impaired people.

I'm interesting to provide a way to learn keyboard from GNU/Linux to
Hypra users.

Could you tell me how can I download the modified version ? Does it
with Orca ? Do you have a Git repository with your work on Coconuts ?

Best regards.
Visual-Impairment Project Manager
Hypra - "Humanizing technology"

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