Okay if I go alt-t then o then j, what can I do with the keyboard to go
further into these instructions? The system isn't speaking in here.
On Mon, 4 Jun 2012, V Stuart Foote wrote:
Thank you for working through this.
Next we need to check if you have enabled a Java for your LibreOffice
Same process as toggling Accessibility Tools, enter:
<alt>t -- tools
<alt>o -- options
j -- for Java settings
<tab> -- to move to "Use a Java runtime environment" checkbox
<space> -- to toggle on of off
You should have just one Java JRE entry listed having done removal and
reinstall. The Java entry should read "with accessibility support" under
the Features column.
If more than one is still listed--be sure to select the newest that lists
"with accessibility support".
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