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Re: Bug#739188: gnome-orca: python-speechd is gone

Paul Gevers <elbrus@debian.org> wrote:
> On 22-02-14 20:07, Emilio Pozuelo Monfort wrote:
> > And we can revert the Orca change and keep binding orca+q to quit
> > orca (that's a one-liner patch). Or leave it as is (as super+alt+s
> > does that too) and see if we hear any complaints. Thoughts?
> I don't have any strong opinion on that. Leave as is seems fine with me,
> but maybe somebody on the list has an opinion?

I think users would find super+alt+s very helpful  to start Orca. There are
few situations in which an Orca user, who is relying on it to access the
desktop environment, would wish to quit Orca at all. Note that you can turn
off speech, for example, while still leaving Orca running.

Thus I think the ability to invoke Orca conveniently at any time is the most
valuable functionality, and the "quit" command, while still desirable, would
be less frequently used.

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