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Re: GNOME Accessibility Continued

Hi.  The CVS of gnopernicus and gnome-speech fix some of the problems
you are still having.
The fact you don't get much information now is because bugs with
gnopernicus werent't fixed until the latest CVS.  If you update to the
latest CVS, you will get a lot more information from gnopernicus and

You will need to update both gnopernicus and gnome-speech to see the


On Wed, May 21, 2003 at 03:21:52PM +0200, Mario Lang wrote:
> Hi Accessibilities :-)
> It seems the activation of the /desktop/gnome/interface/accessibility gconf
> key did it!  Gnopernicus now speaks its internal menus,
> and even launching other GNOME apps seems to sort of work.
> There are still many difficulties, for instance,
> if a new window is opened, only "Created new window" is spoken,
> but not the window title.  If a checkbox item
> is spoken, its status (checked or unchecked) is not. You need to
> his space or return at least once to hear the change.
> But we certainly should be patient, what works currently is a big milestone
> compared to the X-inability we had to live with in the last 10 years or so.
> For your information, I've found the following
> link very helpful.  It describes the GNOME keyboard navigation
> features in detail:
> http://www.gnome.org/learn/access-guide/2.2/keynav-0.html
> Happy GNOMEing
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