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New info arrive to me about libreoffice accessibility, but they are confusing and my tests are not relevant. So I'd like you to make a point for me about accessibipty in libreoffice 4.2. Does it need Java Access Bridge? I had understood no, but without it, I cannot access to the menubar and interact with Writer.

Does it work with Jaws? And NVDA? Is there a mandatory checkbox in Options menu? Does it make LibreOffice accessible without Java Access Bridge?

Thanp for all your answers.



Jean-Philippe MENGUAL

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