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[libreoffice-accessibility] Windows LO with JAWS


Hello, I was given this email address and hope it is the right one to
contact.

I recently set up a Windows laptop with Windows 10 Creators Edition and
have JAWS 18 installed. Both are fully up to the latest updates. A
couple of months ago, I installed LibreOffice and had great difficulty
because often when I started up LO, Jaws would stop working and then
restart itself.

A number of buttons and fields didn't work either. So, I put it aside for
a while. This week I decided to try again and asked someone to update the
latest LO as the inplace update button wasn't accessible for me.

Now, when I start LO, it does not even speak anything. It is completely
"hidden." But I know LO is actually running because I will randomly type
some text, then press Alt+F4 to close the program and I get a prompt to
save or discard my file.

But while LO is open, nothing works. No menu button, tabs, arrow keys,
nothing.

Is this a known problem?

Thanks,
Bryen M Yunashko

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