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I've been using LO 4.0.5 Writer with NVDA and accessibility support worked well.  When I installed 
4.1.1, accessibility support became broken.  With the assistance of our sighted systems 
administrator, he was able to get me up and running and I wanted to share what he discovered.
When he enabled a.t. support, it asked him to select a JRE.  I only have Java 7/25 installed but he 
went to the advanced options and checked use a JRE.  Even when he did this, the Java version 
remained unchecked and he had to manually check this version as well.  This was the only version 
which appeared in the list of JRE installations.  I'm wondering if the installation could manage 
this a bit better so that it might check the JRE, especially if only one is installed.

David Goldfield
Computer Technology Instructor
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Philadelphia, PA  19107

215-627-0600 ext 3277
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Serving Philadelphia's and the nation's blind and visually impaired population since 1874.

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