[orca-list] Orca does not start automatically in Ubuntu 14.04

Milton milton at tomaatnet.nl
Fri May 30 21:43:05 UTC 2014

Yes I did. The strange thing is that when I then log out with 
Ctrl_Alt_Backspace Orca says Screen Off. And starting up in Gnome-shell 
I cannot start Orca with Alt_Super_S or with Alt_F2 and typing orca 

op 30-05-14 22:31, Alex Midence schreef:
> Did you check screen reader on in the universal section of system settings?
> Alex M
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> Subject: [orca-list] Orca does not start automatically in Ubuntu 14.04
> Hi all,
> Since a couple of days I notice that Orca does not start automatically
> anymore as it does before after login in my account in ubuntu 14.04.
> Pressing Alt_Super_S is not responding. I than press Alt_F2 and type orca
> --replace to start orca.
> Maybe this is only on my machine? I use Unity and Orca 3.10.3 Milton
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