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Hi :)
The question did get to the list originally but the list was unusually quiet at the time after an 
unusually busy period during the paralympics

Hopefully someone here can remember how to fix the java-bridge or hopefully this wiki-page might 
I think it's a work-in-progress.    
Regards from
Tom :)  

--- On Sat, 29/9/12, Kevin Cussick <> wrote:

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     Hope this gets to the list.

     I use Nvda and I can't get Libra office working with java access
     bridge that should come with java-7.

     I have installed libra office switched on the accessibility during
     the install I have under use the computer without a display checked
     to have the access bridge switched on, I have open office pointing
     to c:programfilesjava7 please this might not be the exact path to
     the jre I need to install, but I can assure you it is pointing at
     the jre-7 folder anyway I have been told that Libra office has
     forgotten to put the accessibility into the latest version, I have
     tried older versions 5.0 I think. anyway this dose not work either.
     some help would be nice thanks in advance. I asked about a year ago
     but is there no further progress on Ia2 getting ported into libra
     office? thanks for any help in advance.

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