[Bug 1546317] Re: Accessibility indicator is missing from ubiquity-dm at the "Try Ubuntu" dialog
tuukka.ojala at gmail.com
Sat May 28 20:56:10 UTC 2016
I'm still seeing this on both the 16.4 release as well as the 2016-05-28
Yakkety build. Either I am missing something or this is a separate bug.
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Accessibility indicator is missing from ubiquity-dm at the "Try
Status in gnome-orca:
Status in ubuntu-mate:
Status in a11y-profile-manager package in Ubuntu:
Status in casper package in Ubuntu:
Status in ubiquity package in Ubuntu:
Status in ubuntu-gnome-meta package in Ubuntu:
Status in ubuntu-mate-meta package in Ubuntu:
Steps to reproduce:
1. Boot from a media containing the 15.10 32-bit image. Let it just boot, do not select anything.
2. After the bongo drum sound, select your language and click "Try Ubuntu".
3. After the desktop has been loaded, start Orca screen reader with the dedicated Alt+Super+s combination.
Expected: the screen reader comes up talking
Actual: the system remains silent.
4. Try starting Orca from a terminal (Ctrl-Alt-t) and also from the Run dialog (Alt+F2).
Results are the same as for point 3.
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