RE: [libreoffice-accessibility] libraoffice on windows 8.1
Accelerators are LibreOffice's best practice cross platform project specific, not Microsoft's
So, closing the current component window is done with <CTRL>+F4; and a second issuing will close
If you use the Microsoft <Alt>+F4 that will close the Window frame holding LibreOffice--not a
crash, just different accelerators.
This link is to the active tracking metabug for Assistive Technology issue on the LibreOffice
Bugzilla tracking, hosted with FreeDesktop.org, but soon to move onto a project managed server:
And, for handling differences in accelerators--in this posting
https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=65911#c1 you will find links to first the LibreOffice
specific accelerators, and then to Microsoft's.
Good luck, and please post to Bugzilla should you find substantive AT related issues.
From: Don Raikes [mailto:DON.RAIKES@ORACLE.COM]
Sent: Friday, June 27, 2014 4:57 PM
To: V Stuart Foote
Subject: RE: [libreoffice-accessibility] libraoffice on windows 8.1
Thanks much better.
I did notice that after I opened a blank writer document, and selected tools -
preferences, that navigation using jaws got stuck, and also I couldn't close
libraoffice at all. I had to use the taskmanager.
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