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Hi :)  So, now the 3.6.0 is on the main downloads page it makes it tough for people with 
accessibility issues to use LO.  The 3.5.5 was fine.  David has been encouraged to try the 3.5.6 
but it's not easy for even fully sighted people to find it.  Regards fromTom :)  

--- On Thu, 16/8/12, David Goldfield <hidden> wrote:

From: David Goldfield <hidden>
Subject: [libreoffice-accessibility] Libo 3.6 Broken with Screen readers
To: "" <>
Date: Thursday, 16 August, 2012, 17:07

Well, I can confirm that 3.6 accessibility seems to be totally broken.  I've installed the latest 
version of Java 7 with Ninite's installer along with the Java Access Bridge via Jamal Mazrui's JWin 
installer.  I have no accessibility with NVDA 2012.2.1.  Does anyone know if this has been 
officially filed as a bug.  If it hasn't I'm willing to do it.  I hope that the TDF folks can fix 
this as LibreOffice is now totally unusable for me.  It would be like asking a sighted person to 
navigate the program with their eyes closed.  I may switch to OpenOffice until this has been 

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