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Re: [tdf-discuss] Accessibility, very important!


On 15/02/12 22:26, lali wrote:
Dear All, dear Community!

    I am very confused. If I tried to check the accessibility option for
my nvda, in libre office, the option staied unchecked. I tried hundred
more, with, and without a sighted person. I am in a trial periode in
office 2007, because I am very confused.
Can you make a security update, dear community? I am not a programmer.

In deutsch:
Liebe Gemeinde von Libreoffice!

    Ich habe ein sehr grosses problem, mit euren Programm. Es hat alles
funktioniert, zu der Zeit, bis ich zu die neueste version umstellte.
Die bildschirmleser einstellung war bei mir eingeschaltet in den
vorherigen versionen, und ich konnte es nicht.
Ich habe es mit einem Sehenden auch probiert, es hat nicht geklappt.
Bitte macht eine Erneuerungsaktualisierung, weil ich in der zeit office
2007 in 30 tage testversion nutze.
Danke:
Euer Lali


Which screen reader?

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