Re: Autostarting orca for a particular user?
I believe the gconf key still applies to the recent GNOME as well.
I've contacted some folks more "in the know" to see what their opinion
is on how this should be done. My opinion is that autostarting
assistive technologies should be treated like autostarting any other
application, but I might be corrected on this.
On Sep 22, 2008, at 6:34 PM, Luke Yelavich wrote:
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On Tue, Sep 23, 2008 at 02:54:00AM EST, Mario Lang wrote:
Can anyone refresh my memories how autostart of orca for a particular
user is exactly done? I know there are several ways to hack it,
but what is it that the assistive technology preferences dialog
in GNOME changes in ~/ to achieve it?
It depends on the gnome version. If its GNOME 2.22 or earlier, there
is a gconf key that you have to set, to true;
If its GNOME 2.24, you have to copy the orca .desktop file from
/usr/share/applications to ~/.config/autostart.
Hope this helps.
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