Jude DaShiell jdashiel at shellworld.net
Fri Nov 13 11:28:26 UTC 2009

When I asked about this earlier I was told orca uses metacity.On Sun, 22 
Feb 2009, David Csercsics wrote:

> On Sun, Feb 22, 2009 at 12:23:32AM -0600, Tim Chase wrote:
>> fluxbox is only a window-manager, so it can work with whatever
>> desktop-environment (Gnome, KDE, XFCE, etc) you want.  I run fluxbox as
>> my window manager and use bits of Gnome for things like my desktop icons
>> (provided by Nautilus, though I could just as easily run some other
>> program like PCManFM or Thunar to provide my desktop icons).  Thus any
>> screen-reader that works with Gnome or KDE should work with fluxbox
>> managing your windows.
> What is the easiest way to set this up? I'd like to do something similar
> here since I find that gnome eats memory and I only use a couple gtk
> apps regularly. I'm guessing I'd have to put some script in .xinitrc or
> something like that. If it matters I'm planning to build a custom Linux
> distro here shortly and would like to get the most minimal GUI possible
> which is still   accessible since I prefer the text mode  when I can
> use it. Currently using Arch Linux but what I'm looking for shouldn't
> be distro specific.
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