Christophe Strobbe wrote:
Probably, the only way to make odt2braille accessible is rewriting it entirely in C++ in order to
embed it into OpenOffice and LibreOffice instead of installing it as an extension. So far, no one
has offered to do this.
The real issue is that one can not select the writing system from within LibO.
Do that, and ODT2name-your-A11Y-writing-system is instantly irrelevant,and thus obsolete.
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