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@Marco, *,

Thanks.  Heard back from GW Micro, they said use a Java JRE and JAB. 
Mentioned that JAB support was being dropped for both projects.  Response
was a non-committal, that they would  "pass this on to our developers for

From: Marco Zehe <>
Sent: Monday, February 03, 2014 1:21 AM

Hi Stuart,

I can reproduce this. This is another indication of the way WindowEyes
is architected. They have support for IAccessible2, at least they use it
in part in Firefox, but their support is not crafted in a way that it
can be used universally, but is either used or enabled on a per-app
basis. My fear is that, if they enable it for Apache OpenOffice, this
may not automatically mean they would use it for LibreOffice, too. Their
current tailoring simply does not take into account that the LibreOffice
interface may change from JAB to something else. Frustrating, but that's
the way this thing works apparently.

So no error on your part! :)


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