I was wondering if an other users could help test and duplicate the problems this chap from the
Accessibility List is having?
--- On Thu, 16/2/12, David Goldfield <hidden> wrote:
From: David Goldfield <hidden>
Subject: [libreoffice-accessibility] LibreOffice 3.5 Not working with Java Access Bridge 2.02
To: "email@example.com" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Thursday, 16 February, 2012, 15:41
I am a visually impaired user of Libreoffice. I am able to use it with the free open source screen
reader NVDA, available from
It has always been necessary that the Java Access Bridge be installed in order to ensure that NVDA
can speak things such as menus, dialog boxes and even the text of the documents. However, i notice
that I'm unable to get any output with the new 3.5 release using the latest NVDA beta 2012.1. I'm
running Windows 7, 32-bit edition. Enabling assistive technology support makes no difference.
I've reported this as a bug in Libreoffice's bug tracker but I'm wondering if anyone else can
duplicate this and if there is a workaround which is not obvious to me.
thanks so much for any help you can provide.
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