Activating a Java Runtime Environment in LibreOffice 3.5.4 took a little
while to complete its initial load following upgrade, but the JRE 1.7
update 5 does function correctly with JAB 2.02 installed with LibreOffice
3.5.4 on 64-bit Windows 7. So, not a problem with the LibreOffice
Accesibility and the Assistive technology tools.
Installation of the updates (32bit and 64bit versions from java.com) did
not corrupt my LibreOffice user profile, and JAB 2.0.2 was not affected. The
NVDA screen reader continues to work correctly with LibreOffice.
So, the JRE installer is not the problem, and that leaves LibreOffice user
profile configuration issues.
I suspect you were just unluky this time round with the Java update
misconfiguring some component of your profile.
I beleive Bjørn's guidance to delete or to rename the
*javasettings_Windows_x86.xml* file is the correct way to clear the issue
by allowing your user profile to rebuild.
Or you could completely remove your LibreOffice user profile and allow it to
be rebuilt with defaults.
The full profile is the folder located at *C:\Users\<your user
name>\AppData\Roaming\LibreOffice\3\user* which can be renamed.
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