Re: Bug#598133: gdm3: Should provide shortcuts and configuration snippets to enable accessibility
Nick Gawronski, le Thu 21 Oct 2010 19:49:24 -0600, a écrit :
> Hi, yes I agree enabling accessibility when it was enabled during
> installation would be best. However for those of us who don't create an
> account during the installation and like to change system readible home
> directories to no and create the first account after the system is
> successfully installed would we still get accessibility enabled if our
> systems were enabled during installation?
It would be possible, depending on how we enable it: as I said, when
accessibility was enabled during debian-installer,
- either we enable accessibility for gdm login and the user created
during installation only, I already have a patch for that.
Accessibility for other users can then be enabled by running
gconftool-2 --type bool --set /desktop/gnome/interface/accessibility true
gconftool-2 --type bool --set /desktop/gnome/applications/at/visual/startup true
for these users.
- or we add a package whose installation sets the gconf default to
accessibility enabled, which will also work for newly created users.
The problem with that approach is that then you have two ways to
enable accessibility: either by installing the package, or by enabling
it by hand in the control panel. If you happen to disable it by hand
in the control panel, then just installing the package will not
work. That's why we'd rather prefer the first solution, which avoids
bringing confusion in how things are supposed to be enabled.