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Sat Feb 25 18:24:56 UTC 2012
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On Sat, 25 Feb 2012 18:05:38 +0000
chris hallsworth <christopherh40 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Would it be possible to allow accessibility support to be enabled after
> the installation, if installing with screen reader? This is not the case
> with 11.10, or it appears not to be anyway unless I am missing a step.
> Christopher H
You will have to start orca manually in 11.10. Also, you should be
using a unity-2d session.
> On 25/02/2012 17:24, Charlie Kravetz wrote:
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> > I have re-written the testcase for the accessibility screen-reader
> > installation for Ubuntu 12.04. This should now be fully usable by the
> > QA testers for Beta1.
> > I wish I could say you can change the keyboard layout during this
> > installation, but once you move from the default, it fails and you must
> > hard-boot the computer to restart.
> > I can not any way to restart from a live session in Unity. If this is
> > possible, it would be nice to have it advertised or even added to the
> > super key shortcuts.
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