Re: wishlist: tamtam at login is blindfriendlier than silence ...
Have you enabled accessibility for the gdm user???
If you use gnome-speech, the gdm-user should be added to group audio as well.
On my machine (lenny) ctrl+s does nothing.
Can you explain your steps to get orca running in gdm?
On Mi, Feb 25, 2009 at 10:25:17 +0100, Mario Lang wrote:
> Samuel Thibault <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > Erik Heil, le Fri 20 Feb 2009 09:26:03 -0500, a écrit :
> >> As far as Orca talking at login, it was my understanding that
> >> accessible login under Debian-based distros was still broken.
> > Is there a bug report for this? I can't find any on http://bugs.debian.org/gdm
> There is, AFAIK no bug for this, but the "problem" is known for a long time.
> I basically never filed a bug since I never figured out what it actually
> is. When the accesskeys module is activated in gdm, you can configure
> to launch Orca with a certain key combination, and the
> trigger actually works. However, Orca hangs with the "Welcome to Orca"
> message being displayed in braille. I am really wondering if
> this actually works on any other distro.
> > Bugs that are not reported can not magically be fixed.
> Thats true of course. I am just not 100% sure if this is a upstream issue,
> or if the packaging is really at fault.
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