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Hi Joanie,

At 16:38 3/01/2011, Joanmarie Diggs wrote:
>   I even downloaded it and set it up on my Vinux
> 3.0 machine running Orca 2.3? (running 2.91.3 now, sorry) but ran into
> trouble.  It kept crashing on me.

That might be this bug: I've not re-built LibreOffice since my last comment. So perhaps the issue is indeed gone now. I shall have to re-check. Speaking of that bug... It raises a related question I've been wondering: At the moment, how much -- if any -- of the accessibility work (features and bug fixes) done by the OOo a11y team is getting incorporated into LibreOffice?

I don't know. When I find a bug in I always check if it also exists in LibreOffice and vice versa. If it exists on both suites, I report it both at <> and at <>.

Best regards,


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