[BUG 56704] a11y - EnableATToolSupport registry setting unreliable, sporadic Java Accessibility AT support for Windows users
V Stuart Foote
VStuart.Foote at utsa.edu
Fri Nov 2 20:06:56 PDT 2012
With a working MSVC 2010 build of master /3-7 for Windows now able to
finally get into the a11y support for Java Accessibility in Windows with
Java Access Bridge.
Two open BUGs fdo#39833
<https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=39833> and fdo#56704
fdo#39833 was an enhancement to add a check box to the Windows installer to
"support assistive technology tools" with a single well exposed action for
Windows users requiring AT.
fdo#56704 is initial results of a MSVC 2010 build of master /3-7 for
windows, reporting that while Java Access Bridge mapping into Java
Accessibility was exposing AT roles enabling JAB and the assistive
technology tools for windows was not happening consistently. And that the
fdo#39833 enhancement of the "support assistive technology tools" check box
selection during installation was not really working well.
Kind of hope others with working Windows builds of master can confirm the
errant configuration and behavior using both methods of setting the
libreoffice registry stanzas for EnableATToolSupport and the truncated user
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