List Archive: gentoo-accessibility
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On Fri, 2004-05-28 at 10:36 -0500, Deedra Waters wrote:
> Hi kenny,
> I've not played with gnome 2.6 or mozilla recently, but I gather that if you use the accessibility useflag, it should enable accessibility in everything gnome related. I don't know if this applies to just gnome stuff, or other packages like mozilla etc. Maybe one of the gnome accessibility folks can answer this here?
> We have a gnome-accessibility herd that handles the accessibility issues that are related to gnome and gentoo.
leonardop probably knows a bit more about this than me, but gnome
accessibility (atk) & mozilla (gecko) do not integrate very well yet.
This is a problem that is being worked on upstream I believe by creation
of a gtkmozembed widget.
The accessibility flag has nothing todo with this, although i suppose if
there's some a11y work in mozilla it could be used there as well.
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