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[libreoffice-accessibility] Question/Help Tips in Pull-down Menus


Hi. I'm using LibreOffice 4.4.1 with the latest offline help pack. I'm using NVDA 2015.1 as my 
screen reader on a Windows 7 32-bit machine.
In previous versions, I remembered that the offline helppack generated help text for many of the 
pull-down menus, such as the items found in the File or Edit menus. I'm not sure when this changed 
but I notice that those help texts or tool tips aren't reading, although they are when navigating 
from within the Options dialogs.
I'm just curious if those messages were removed or is it an unintended omission?




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