patch to solve the accessibility problem in links bookmark manager
ldavis at shellworld.net
Mon Mar 29 18:48:25 UTC 2004
My bad--I just reread my original message, and saw the ambiguousness of
Post-patch, there seems to be no difference in the bookmark manager. What
should I hear, for example, if I do a "read current line", move the
cursor, and so on?
On Sun, 28 Mar 2004, Nath wrote:
> Luke Davis <ldavis at shellworld.net> writes:
> > This patch didn't work on a FreeBSD links, 2.1pre14.
> > Did anyone else have different results, and if so, where does one go
> > within the program to demonstrait them?
> Ah ? Here i applied the patch on the same links version (2.1pre14) on a
> debian testing distro and it works perfectly.
> What does not work exactly : applying the patch or using the bookmark
> manager after the patch has been applied ?
> > On Sat, 27 Mar 2004, Jude DaShiell wrote:
> >> I'm wondering, did he use cprintf() heavily in his coding? That might be
> >> why that package doesn't speak all that well with speakup. Technically if
> >> a program is written so it has only a single print statement in it that
> >> prints print_string and print_string is manipulated to provide the proper
> >> screen output fixing a problem with cprintf() would be a trivial matter of
> >> an if/else statement with a printf() added in on its other half testing
> >> argv for a command line switch.
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