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Great question!
Unfortunately I'm away from the office so don't have a Linux box to poke around in.  
But, from its name would expect the registrymodifications.xcu to be unique to the Windows 
installation and set up by the Microsoft package installer that Andras Timar builds. 
Would have to poke through that with the Microsoft ORCA package editor to be certain. 
And of course on GNOME based Linux desktops, your screen reader would be Orca--not related, or 
possibly the Gnopernicus package. Would have to look at configuration of those.


From: webmaster-Kracked_P_P []
Sent: Fri 6/8/2012 11:04 AM
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] why libreoffice is inaccessible

I know that NVDA does not run on Ubuntu, but when I looked through the
LO folders, I could not find any file with the name you indicated.  Is
it a Win-only file or should a Linux version have the .xcu file as well?

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