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The .xcu file won't have line numbers as it is program generated configuration file of generated 
XML--stanzas are all run together. 

Notepad may not be the best editor to use since you'll need to navigate the XML structure with 
field searches.

I prefer the vim based gvim program with an XML filetype enabled, but I just did a quick  web 
search and  users are complaining that NVDA is not able to gain cursor focus. Alternatives 
mentioned as working (JAWS and NVDA) are Eclipse and Emacs but both requiring additional 

You might try the Microsoft XML Notepad 2007 for use with NVDA -- found here: 

I'm away from my systems on vacation for the week, so appologize that I can't be of much assistance 
in pinning this down. By the way have you been able to activate NVDA reading in LibreOffice 3.5.x 
with JAB 2.0.2 and JRE- 7u4?



From: Jude DaShiell []
Sent: Fri 6/8/2012 3:48 AM
Subject: [libreoffice-users] why libreoffice is inaccessible

C:\Users\<your user
file in the

oor:name="EnableATToolSupport" oor:op="fuse"
oor:type="xs:string"><value>false</value></prop></item>  stanza.

stanza so far as I was able to discover with notepad is missing from the
file mentioned above or at least that's the way it appears over here.  If
anyone could look at that file and send me a starting and ending line
number where they find it that would be another way for me to check and
see if I missed anything.  Accessibility stuff appears to be in the top of
that xcu file or near the top but we may have more than one section of it
in that file.

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