Re: pinfo replaced info-stnd
>>>>> "Jude" == Jude DaShiell <email@example.com> writes:
Jude> So far as I can tell in debian-bullseye pinfo is unuseable
Jude> with screen readers. You can listen to the beginning of any
Jude> info file but try to review the screen or take any action with
Jude> the cursor after the initial read and you'll find a blank
I get much better success than you appear to with emacspeak terminal
mode and with gnome-terminal under Orca, the two screen readers I
commonly use in Debian.
Pinfo does appear to kind of suck--it doesn't appear to have tab
completion on menu entries in the directory node, and I wish it left the
cursor somewhere more useful than it does.
But it appears slightly more useful to me in my environment than reading
docs with less, something I do all the time.
I definitely don't see the blank screen you're talking about.
I do sometimes see an empty screen with something like Reading line
26/26 at the bottom, meaning that all the content has scrolled off the
That doesn't sound like an accessibility problem so much as UI choices
that could be improved.