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krmane at gmail.com
Thu Apr 25 13:03:26 UTC 2013
What it means by 3.8 available?
Any ways, it seems the only thing I will miss out is the Heads up
display. It was is so wonderful to just press alt and then type the
first few characters of the option you want and it comes at the finger tips.
But I am going to give this a try.
On 04/25/2013 06:26 PM, Tony Baechler wrote:
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> This might be of interest to some people here, especially since there seem
> to be concerns about Unity accessibility. As you can see from the below
> link, Ubuntu GNOME 13.04 will ship GNOME 3.6 with 3.8 available. It also
> ships Firefox and LibreOffice, both of which should be very accessible.
> This is now an official Ubuntu flavor, so it's probably a good choice for
> people who want to run Ubuntu. It's probably worth the upgrade, but I
> only run Debian here without X so I can't comment further on stability and
> overall accessibility. Specifically, nothing about accessibility was
> mentioned, so I don't know if it ships Orca by default. Orca is included
> in the package repository, but I don't know if it's shipped on the live
> CD. The wiki page doesn't reflect the 13.04 release at the time of
> writing, but it probably will by the time you read this. Comments on this
> release would be appreciated, especially regarding accessibility and Orca.
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