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Re: [libreoffice-accessibility] LibreOffice Impress : Slide show mode with Orca seems not working

Hi Alex,
Le 20/07/2016 à 11:57, Alex ARNAUD a écrit :
> Dear LibreOffice and Orca folks,
> I'm trying to use the slide show mode of LibreOffice Impress with some
> difficulties. I'm able to activate it but Orca stays silent at
> start/exit of the mode and when I switch between slides with the left or
> right arrow.

Did you search for an existing bug on this and/or did you fill a bug?
> I've investigated a little bit on Accerciser and It seems that
> LibreOffice sends information but no event "page change" and maybe a
> wrong accessibility tree for slide show mode.
> Could someone explain what me LibreOffice does wrong on the slide show
> mode ?
> When we switch between pages, what do you want to be announced by Orca ?

Are you willing to fix the bug? in that case, the best list to discuss
about Orca's feedback should be UX/design list.


It's up to you to help
> Best regards.

Sophie Gautier sophie.gautier@documentfoundation.org
GSM: +33683901545
IRC: sophi
Release coordinator
The Document Foundation

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