Re: Requesting Freeze Breaks for Orca 3.0.0

On Mon, Apr 4, 2011 at 2:15 PM, Joanmarie Diggs <joanied gnome org> wrote:
> Hi Release Team (and i18n Team):
> The Orca team has three changes which we'd really like to include in the
> 3.0.0 release today:
> 1. Bug 646547 - typo in src/orca/
>   Silly typo and grammar mistake. I suspect the i18n team got it
>   right in their languages. :-) We failed in English, however.

For this change, you should do the necessary .po file gymnastics to
update all msgids, to keep translations from breaking.

> 2. Bug 646475 - Traceback seen with gnome-speech
>   It's a two-line, safe change. And while gnome-speech is deprecated
>   you still find it out there in the distros.

This one I cannot really judge without knowing what ACSS is or does.
But I will point out that Cosimo reported orca tracebacks after I
removed the gnome-speech dependency from our package - is that the
same issue ?

> 3. Bug 646288 - Orca needs to set and respond to the appropriate
>   gsettings keys
>   This will cause Orca to shut itself off when the UAP screen
>   reader off-switch is turned off as well as to change the
>   appropriate gsettings key so that the aforementioned switch
>   displays the right thing when users launch Orca via some other
>   means. In addition, we caught a couple of instances where we
>   were still checking/setting gconf keys. While this is a bigger
>   change, it's not huge. And while it will not solve all the
>   current accessibility issues, it will make them somewhat less
>   pronounced. ;-)

I must say this one should have landed shortly after we added the
switch back. But better late than never. I'm willing to accept this
one, since it makes the switch work properly.

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