One of the larger hurdles in getting LibreOffice accepted into
government here is Canada is whether there is ample enough "adaptive
software" available for users needing accessibility tools?
Is there a list somewhere on our Wiki or website where one could see
various accessibility tools that work with LibreOffice on all platforms?
Also, are there still quite a few accessibility bugs with LibreOffice?
If so, how could I get to see the number of bugs? Could someone point me
in the right direction? Are there any accessibility bugs that you would
consider as high priority?
Thanks for the help,
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