Ubuntu mate accessibility

Pavel Vlček vlcekpavel93 at gmail.com
Sun Apr 1 15:12:03 UTC 2018


Thanks for your help with panel, it works now perfectly. When I run sudo 
-g gparted, I get message about invalid group gparted, but I try to use 
sudo -H to get more help.


Dne 1.4.2018 v 16:58 David Hunt napsal(a):
> Hello!
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> May I suggest a single-panel Mate layout like Redmond!  To set this,  
> Do, from the run dialogue or terminal:
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> mate-panel --reset --layout redmond
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> This will result in a layout having only a bottom panel, and a single 
> menu, having all of Applications, Places, and System menu items. your 
> indicators should be on the bottom.  You'll still need 'ctrl+alt+esc' 
> to move to panel; not sure how to fix this shortcut.
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> I think, if you run gparted with
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> sudo -g
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> you'll be asked for password, then get an accessible session.
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> HTH,
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> Dave
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> On 04/01/2018 10:31 AM, Pavel Vlček wrote:
>> Hi all,
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>> I am Ubuntu Mate 18.04 user for now. Why? Because Mate desktop is 90% 
>> accessible on Ubuntu. I am using Beta 1 now and I am going to install 
>> updates. I have a question. When I want to go to the top panel, I 
>> must to remove bottom panel, because ctrl alt esc focus on bottom 
>> panel and Xcaja desktop and ctrl alt tab does nothing, so is some way 
>> to access both panels or Can I remove the panel?
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>> And my last question. Someone posted to the Orca list, how to run 
>> gparted with speech. But what is the command? Sudo -e gparted, or 
>> something else? Gparted is inaccessible by default.
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>> Thanks,
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>> Pavel
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