ubuntu gnome 14.04 question

Luke Yelavich luke.yelavich at canonical.com
Thu Aug 21 04:33:46 UTC 2014

On Wed, Aug 20, 2014 at 04:50:46PM AEST, Milton wrote:
> I'm actually helping sighted people to install Ubuntu on their devices.
> sometimes I met with laptops which have no super key. How can I start Orca
> in that case? Tanks.

Well, perhaps I'll leave the Control S keystroke in place for the install process only. Everywhere else will be Super + Alt + S. It should be noted that the keystroke is not configurable on the Unity login screen, but it is configurable for the desktop session, and should be configurable for gdm, although I haven't checked. I prefer consistancy, but the amount of code to keep Control S around for the installer is small enough such that it can be left there.


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