just how much can you do with?

Jason White jason at jasonjgw.net
Sun Mar 3 22:57:47 UTC 2013

John G. Heim <blinux-list at redhat.com> wrote:
>Interesting. I sure would like to switch to linux full time. I tried about 6 months ago and gave up in frustration. Mostly my frustration was with web browsing. I just could not fogure out what orca
>wanted me to do with firefox/iceweasel. And I couldn't find any documentation either. 

I've been using Linux full-time since the late 90s.

Orca + Firefox/Iceweasel was my first graphical Web browser. I've also tried
Orca + Epiphany-browser, but it isn't the latest version and it crashed more
than once when I ran it.

I didn't have any trouble with Orca and Firefox after reading about Mozilla
keyboard accessibility and Orca's structural navigation commands for firefox.
Be sure to run the latest Firefox/Iceweasel if you can, e.g., from Debian
Experimental, not the very old version that's going into Debian Stable.

Accessing Javascript Web applications is my only reason for running X11.
Otherwise, I mostly work from the Linux console and from Emacs.

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