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Hi Malte,

thanks for the explanation and your help!


Am Freitag, den 07.10.2011, 18:34 +0200 schrieb Malte Timmermann:
Hi Astron,

I doubt that this feature is useful.

OOo has it because... Windows has/had it. And the Windows feature 
doesn't work within OOo, as OOo has it's own Window system.

AT doesn't care. If a dialog pops up, they will read/magnify the focused 

A Magnifier would follow the mouse when the user moves it - but for 
dialog popup, the focus is the more interesting thing.

I don't see any good reason for keeping that feature, so if no one 
complains, feel free to get rid of it.


On 28.09.2011 22:01, Astron wrote:
Hi Christophe!

I have never used this feature, but I'm not an AT user. The best place to
ask is a list where many subscribers are persons with a disability. I could
ask on a French list that I subscribe to.

I had hoped that people with visual impairments (or not? is that the
target group of the feature?) would be subscribed to the accessibility
list... Thank you for the offer of posting it on another list: please
go ahead!
Would you mind posting a link here? My French is probably not good
enough for translating the request, but I should have enough left of
it to read the responses.



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