Installation using Orca (screen reader) to Improve Accessibility
Original title: Accessibility for installation could be automated with better results.
Users can currently press F9 at the boot screen to hear the boot options
spoken. THis is a fantastic new feature and is one that OpenSuSE is the first
to add. For this you should be very proud.
However, I would ask that you further build upon this success by recognising
that accessibility at the boot menu has been enabled and automatically start
the Orca screen reader with also setting gnome accessibility to enabled.
One further consideration should be taken into account.
To enable Orca to access the installation screen, Orca must be run as root.
However, if Orca is run as root, the rest of the desktop is not accessible due
to permissioning issues.
Therefore, the installation should be run automatically if the f9 key si
Note, a similar feature excluding the accessible boot menu has also been added
to Ubuntu 8.04.
Note that they also have a key press (F5) to automatically enable assistive
technologies for installation on their live CD.
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Last change: 7 years ago