[u-a-dev] Few questions
hammera at pickup.hu
Wed May 14 05:02:43 BST 2008
I have few questions.
1. When I install Hardy with Ubiquity, why not spoken Orca hungarian
language with prewious, cancel and forward buttons? In the screen,
this buttons displayed correct translated with hungarian language. Orca
using script with ubiquity, and this buttons saying not marked for
Possible solve this problem with 8.4.1 release? In Gutsy, this problem
is not present.
2. Orca saying "step 1 of 7", but if the hungarian language is selected,
the correct text displayed: "1. lépés, összesen: 7.", but english
3. I tryed install Hardy with unpartitioned system, and the new
partition dialog not spoken the different filesystem selector combo box,
only the "filesystem"
word spoken, it is inaccessible. This is a critical problem if blind
people tryed install Hardy with unpartitioned computer. Possible solve
with 8.4.1 release?
4. Orca lose speech in Hardy with different time period, different
applications used. Not matter the new pulseaudio function? In Debian
Lenny and In Gutsy,
this problem is not present. This problem present various computers,
various chipsets. This problem present if I logged with normal user and
is a critical problem with accessibility use of Hardy. If enough help,
with my blind colleagues will be testing this problem, and if it is
computer, put my bugreport the hardware configuration data. How can I
turn off this new feature, and using oldest method with Orca speech
for example with Gutsy?
Have confirm anybodi this problem?
It is Ubuntu specific problem?
Possible solve this problem with short time period, for example with
5. The new polkit feature is very good work Orca with four applications
it is implemented this function. If I click unlock button and write my
speech correct the application. Possible implementing this function with
all system administration application? What long time period possible
Luke and any developer worked the accessible installation, I would like
congratulation with accessible installation of Hardy, I would like
thank you your good and beautiful work.
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