List Archive: gentoo-accessibility
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On Thu, 2004-07-22 at 08:55 -0500, Kenny Hitt wrote:
> Hi. Earlier this year I posted a message about problems with Mozilla
> accessibility. Specifically, I couldn't get any feedback from Mozilla using
> Gnome and Gnopernicus. I finally figured out that you need to set
> GTK_MODULES. I added the line
> export GTK_MODULES=gail:atk-bridge
> to my ~/.bashrc. I start Gnome from a text console, so my Gnome sessions
> will always have as much access to Mozilla as Gnopernicus provides.
> At this point, all you can get from Mozilla is the text of the web page in
> carrot browsing mode. the Links aren't spoken, so you still can't
> do very much.
> For comparison, I can read the text of the page and also hear the links spoken
> using lynx in a Gnome terminal.
What do the a11y devs say about this? I suppose we could add something
of this sorts to the gtk+ ebuild and set it in the environment,
depending on the accessibility flag set ?
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