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Re: gnome-orca_3.0.4-1_i386.changes ACCEPTED into experimental

Hi Kenny,

Your feedback ip very interesting. Actually I use ibmtts and, waiting
for building speech-dispatcher (package hard to do for me due to various
patches, etc.), I don't use pico. I installed so orca3, with ibmtts. But
no at-spi2. I still use gnome2 (gnome-panel). I try in a VM. Do you use
gnome3 or gnome2? Here I didn't install at-spi2. It works, although
there're a lot of problems I think: very slow, not reactive, on
Iceweasel I have some problems to really use it, ... Then I had a
"conflict" with wicd I spent time to fix. So it's absolutely not
satisfying for me, but it works. Maybe for you, if you use gnome2, it'd
work in better conditions. I wait and see, I'll try updating, but still
not gnome3 as it's not mandatory.


Jean-Philippe MENGUAL

Le lundi 01 août 2011 à 02:51 -0500, Kenny Hitt a écrit :
> Hi.  This is my first impression after attempting to switch to at-spi2.
> It looks like both at-spi1 and at-spi 2 have been started during login.
> I hear "welcome to orca" and then nothing.  I get no more feedback from my gnome session
> My first guess is the at-spi1 and at-spi 2 regestries are conflicting.
> When I do aptitude -q remove at-spi
> to remove the at-spi 1.0, I notice dasher and gok still depend on the at-spi package.
> After doing this, I still got nothing from my gnome session.  After searching for at-spi,
> I noticed the libatk-adaptor package wasn't installed.
>  I installed it with no change.  All I get now is the welcome to orca message and then nothing.
> Ps shows at-spi2 and orca are running.  As far as I can tell, things still work.  I was able to
> press alt-f2 and start a gnome-terminal.  Ps shows the gnome-terminal, but no feedback from orca.
> At this point, I'm out of ideas to try, so I figure I should post my results and
> hope others have suggestions.  I have found alternatives for everything I do in gnome,
> so I'm willing to keep trying with at-spi2.
>           Kenny

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