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Re: orca on debian stretch testing

Hi, I just installed Debian testing using the net installation iso for the week of November 28th, 2016 and the only major issues I found is that if you press a key espeakup lags around a little behind of when you press the key. Orca came up talking as I just chose the defaults during the installation. I used the image that included the non-free firmware. I then went back and reinstalled using the same iso image on another partition just with the basic tools for a command line installation but it looks like network-manager is not installed so my question is where can I get documentation on how to setup my wireless network connection or for how to add more then one network to the system as just copying the interfaces file from a working installer to the system did not work? Nick Gawronski

On 12/7/2016 7:11 PM, Jude DaShiell wrote:
In addition to the problem I have with panels accessibility, the orca on stretch testing only responds to the keyboard shortcuts to turn it on and to turn it off. Flat review and all other orca keystrokes do not work. This second problem could be contributing to the first problem since without those keystrokes available to do things with orca even if orca could read panels with some different settings used there's no way to get to them on this machine. This relegates debian to the same status as windows here; if I can't install it and fix it myself without sighted assistance it won't be on my equipment.


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