Re: Iggdrasil, a new amazing screenreader
On 12/12/21, Jason White <email@example.com> wrote:
> On 12/12/21 04:59, Pawel L. wrote:
>> I am sure that it would be better for all of us to effectively support
>> the development of ORCA, as is the case with NVDA in Windows, than to
>> start new projects.
> Most of the issues with graphical user interface accessibility under
> Linux are in the desktop environments and applications, not in the
> screen reader.
> Orca is well maintained, but my impression is that some other, necessary
> components aren't. If someone wants to devote resources to working on
> graphical desktop accessibility, screen reader development isn't where I
> would suggest starting.
Hi.. If you're ever up for it, could you please start a dedicated
thread that highlights current graphical user accessibility issues?
That way advocates can point to it when asking others to help out.
There might be checkpoints that developers still haven't heard of that
can be incidentally addressed as packages continue to evolve. Labeling
buttons is always the first thing that comes to mind for me because of
the work that W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) does toward Internet
PS For the unofficial record, I'm in the camp that says concentrating
forever limited volunteer developer manpower on fewer projects seems
like a good way to go. In fact, the word "humane" comes to mind.
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