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Hi,

Am So, 22.12.2013, 04:49 schrieb tk:


Christophe Strobbe wrote:
Probably, the only way to make odt2braille accessible is rewriting it
entirely in C++ in order to embed it into OpenOffice and LibreOffice
instead of installing it as an extension. So far, no one has offered to
do this.

The real issue is that one can not select the writing system from within
LibO.
Do that, and ODT2name-your-A11Y-writing-system is instantly irrelevant,and
thus obsolete.

I don't see the relevance of the writing system to the
accessibility-related limitations of the extensions API. Can you elaborate
on that?

The writing system is typically set at the OS level.

(Setting the language of a document or of part of a document to a
non-Western language is tricky in LibreOffice and OpenOffice, but that was
not what the original question was about.)

Best regards,

Christophe


jonathon
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