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No, when I did that sequence I hit the a key twice.  When alt-t is hit, 
libreoffice says nothing.  When o is hit I hear options spoken.  When I 
hit a for the first time I hear appearance spoken and that's not where I 
want to go.  When I hit a again I hear accessibility spoken.  When I hit 
tab I hear support assistive technology.  When I hit space I hear 
nothing.  When I hit enter I get the inferior jre message and an ok 
prompt.  When I hit enter, I go back to the main screen.

On Sun, 3 Jun 2012, V Stuart Foote wrote:


Sorry, didn't catch this the first time through your posting. Please double
check your entrance sequence to use Accessibility Tools in Libre Office:

The sequence you list would put you in the Appearance panel, not the
Accessibility panel--need to enter a second "a"

<alt>t  --  Tools
<alt>o -- Options
a --  for the Appearance panel
a -- for the Accessibility panel
<tab>  -- enter accessibility  panel, positioned on the "Support Assistive
Technology Tools (program restart required)
<space> -- space bar to toggle on or toggle off


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