Re: linux screen readers

why don't you get to the point.
Thanks,
Tyler Littlefield.
Vertigo head coder
"My programs don't have bugs, just randomly added features."
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----- Original Message ----- From: "Jim Homme" <jhomme1028@xxxxxxxxx>
To: <programmingblind@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Saturday, September 15, 2007 7:48 AM
Subject: Re: linux screen readers


Hi Tyler,
Read your message and ask yourself the same question.

Jim

On 9/15/07, Jeet <LoveForAll@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Hi, very dear tyler,
this message is not off-topic, but about to be, as our some friends are
blaiming each other like:
tony said: "> I do believe Inthane was joking.
"
and you are asking me:
" Are you a new moderator?"
no, I am not of course, but, don't like to read the things that are nnot of
use,
Hoap I am not hurting you or anyone, if so, please do that off-list, and
don't extend this mail with such things...
Very sorry, great love from india and delhi.
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Quoting "Littlefield, Tyler" <compgeek13@xxxxxxxxx>:

 does this mean this message is off-topic?
 Are you a new moderator?
 Thanks,
 Tyler Littlefield.
 Vertigo head coder
 "My programs don't have bugs, just randomly added features."
 msn: compgeek134@xxxxxxxxxxx
 email: compgeek13@xxxxxxxxx
 aim: st8amnd2005
 skype: st8amnd127
 ----- Original Message -----
 From: "Jeet" <LoveForAll@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
 To: <programmingblind@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
 Sent: Friday, September 14, 2007 10:10 PM
 Subject: Re: linux screen readers


 > Stay on topic please.
 > --
 > Contact:
 > Skype:
 > Jeet.delhi
 > "The Scourge Of Authoritarianism Is Intellectualism."
 >
 >
 > Quoting Tony Hernandez <tony@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>:
 >
 > I do believe Inthane was joking.
 >
 > Tony Hernandez
 > For JAWS scripts for Paltalk 9.1 go to:
 > www.tonyspeaks.com
 > and search down the page for the heading "Paltalk and JAWS for
 > Windows".
 >
 > ----- Original Message -----
 > From: "Matthew2007" <matthew2007@xxxxxxxxxxx>
 > To: <programmingblind@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
 > Sent: Friday, September 14, 2007 2:38 AM
 > Subject: Re: linux screen readers
 >
 >
 > No, No, No, this is absolutely not the approach to take. This
 silly
 > approach
 > will absolutely not work to our benefit. This is completely
 > convoluted and
 > very stupid logic to want to start "beating" people once they
 don't
 > do what
 > you want. Remember, we need something from them, and they need
 > nothing from
 > us, so it behooves us to kindly, very kindly request an ear for a
 > few
 > minutes in order to explain our plight. You must exhaust all
 > resources
 > before getting aggressive. What if after a kind request the other
 > party
 > agrees and begins to help? then all is well and we benefit
 > immensely. On the
 > other hand, what if you start doing stupid things such as getting
 > very
 > aggressive and threatening at the offset then demand help? The
 other
 > party
 > will not only not want to help you, but they will have a very
 > incorrect view
 > of you and who you represent. Yes, the squeaky gear might get the
 > oil, but
 > we're not talking mechanics here, we're talking human
 interactions.
 >
 > Gees,
 >
 > Matthew
 > ---- Original Message -----
 > From: "inthaneelf" <inthaneelf@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
 > To: <programmingblind@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
 > Sent: Thursday, September 13, 2007 4:05 PM
 > Subject: Re: linux screen readers
 >
 >
 > > then it sounds like its time for those who are interested to go
 > beat the
 > > orca developers vigorously about the head and shoulders with
 there
 > canes
 > > until they give the needed information, eh?
 > >
 > > smile, I have found quite often that the old saying "the
 squeaky
 > gear gets
 > > the oil" is very true
 > >
 > > I'll even join in some, since I will undoubtedly need some of
 > this
 > > knowledge somewhere along the line, though the need hasn't come
 up
 > yet.
 > >
 > > take care,
 > > inthane
 > > ----- Original Message -----
 > > From: "Marlon Brandão de Sousa" <splyt.lists@xxxxxxxxx>
 > > To: <programmingblind@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
 > > Sent: Thursday, September 13, 2007 6:08 AM
 > > Subject: Re: linux screen readers
 > >
 > >
 > >> From what I have seen there're no lists for orca scripting,
 nor
 > >> documentation available for it. I do think we should have this
 > list,
 > >> as we should perhaps have a nvda scripting list, sinse this
 > reader is
 > >> going really fast in its developement.
 > >> I guess, however, I can not help writting tutorials about how
 to
 > >> script orca, because I even haven't found an explanation about
 > how is
 > >> the window structure in gnome apps (e.e if there are handles,
 > control
 > >> ids and the like). This is what I miss, it wouldn't make
 seense
 > to try
 > >> to make an app accessible without knowing first what we have
 in
 > hands
 > >> to do that.
 > >> Marlon
 > >>
 > >> 2007/9/12, Jamal Mazrui <empower@xxxxxxxxx>:
 > >>> I definately have the impression that Orca and GUI access on
 > Linux have
 > >>> made major strides in progress this past year, so would
 > encourage anyone
 > >>> interested to check out this platform.  Sun, IBM, and Google,
 > among
 > >>> others, are committed to Linux and have shown genuine
 interest
 > in
 > >>> accessibility.  I think they would welcome feedback from
 blind
 > people
 > >>> doing GUI application development in that area.
 > >>>
 > >>> Does anyone here happen to know if there is a scripting list
 for
 > Orca,
 > >>> and
 > >>> if so, how to subscribe?
 > >>>
 > >>> Jamal
 > >>>
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 > >> --
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 > just
 > >> stare at you blankly and say "Hey, I got those with the
 system,
 > for
 > >> free."
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