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Re: [tdf-discuss] Accessibility: What's the story?


Hi Joanie,

Joanmarie Diggs wrote (15-02-11 21:55)

A question I've been wondering, and that Orca users are wondering, and
that the GNOME accessibility team is wondering is: What's the story with
LibreOffice accessibility? In particular:

* Is the fork so complete that fixes made in OOo will not even be seen
-- or incorporated into LibreOffice even if they are seen? Or

* Are things from OOo still being cherry picked for inclusion in
LibreOffice -- or would be if they were pointed out via bugzilla?

In general, yes.


Also:

* Is there an active a11y team and/or developers focused on a11y issues
in LibreOffice?

Sure there are people with a focus on this.
I am not sure if we actually can speak of 'a team'.


Regards,
Cor


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