Libre Office saga continues, should I downgrade

Krishnakant Mane krmane at
Tue Apr 23 10:23:26 UTC 2013

That still does not solve my problem.
It is not about a comparative analysis.
I just wish to know if there is a way in which I can disable menu 
integration in Libre Office 4 or should I downgrade to 3.5 or some thing 
and if the latter is recommended, then how.
happy hacking.
On 04/23/2013 03:35 PM, Jude DaShiell wrote:
> blind people have been using emacspeak for several years, that has a
> learning curve but accessibility problems are missing since the author
> of the environment is blind as well and works at the googleplex.
> Messing around with libreoffice until there's enough accessibility
> customization included in the system is unlikely to be a reliable
> productivity tool.  Latest version of emacspeak is 37.00.  Latest
> version of libreoffice is 4, go figure and guess which package has had
> more developer support working on it.  If you guess emacspeak, you're
> wrong.
> On Tue, 23 Apr 2013, Krishnakant Mane wrote:
>> hello all,
>> Now I am in a fix.
>> I did upgrade to Libre Office 4.0 and find it very good in terms of
>> performance.
>> But till date I haven't had any luck for disabling Unity menu integration.
>> I wish to have access to file, edit, view ... menus like before.
>> I will be conducting a massive workshop in a couple of weeks and don't wish
>> blind students to use any difficult versions.
>> Should I downgrade and how?
>> or is there really a solution where I can just disable the menu integration
>> specifically for Libre Office?
>> happy hacking.
>> Krishnakant.
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> jude <jdashiel at>
> Microsoft, windows is accessible. why do blind people need screen readers?

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