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Re: Re : Re: Virtual Braille terminal? Brltty and lightdm

Joanmarie Diggs, le Tue 21 Apr 2015 10:11:58 -0400, a écrit :
> On 04/21/2015 09:50 AM, Samuel Thibault wrote:
> > Joanmarie Diggs, le Tue 21 Apr 2015 09:17:30 -0400, a écrit :
> >>> I don't know why they dropped it from the preference dialog, it's
> >>> probably worth raising the need to the Orca team.
> >>
> >> It was dropped deliberately because the Orca preferences dialog is for
> >> options for users; not debugging tools for sighted developers. :)
> > 
> > But what about random developers who just want to check the
> > accessibility of their application?  Are they really supposed to dive
> > into Orca's config files?
> No. They should use the command-line option for one time only use. If
> they always need it, they should put it in their orca-customizations.py
> which exists for things like that. Once I complete the gsettings work,
> they can also enabled it via dconf-editor.

Ok. But how are they supposed to divine the option name?  It's not
even mentioned in --help. This is really hiding a very useful tool, as
explained by Jean-Philippe. Each time I need it, it takes me a couple of
minutes to find again where that can be configured. In the meanwhile,
the people I wanted to show the thing to have gone away.

> And you can, of course, add it downstream if you feel it is that
> essential for your developers.

I'm not talking about "my developers", but about developers in general.
I refuse to brownpaper-fix it only in Debian, the concern is global.


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