Sonar GNU/Linux merges with Vinux

Linux for blind general discussion blinux-list at
Wed Apr 26 10:00:24 UTC 2017

Tony Baechler here.

On 4/24/2017 5:01 AM, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
> The fact is when I visit websites sometimes, Orca behaves much less good
> than NVDA, less reactive, freeze,  etc.

Can you give specific examples? I generally get very fast page loads with 
NVDA and the latest Firefox on almost any site. I'm not a regular Orca user, 
but page loads seemed about the same to me. It might be that some complex 
pages with lots of dynamic content don't work well with Orca because of 
Firefox bugs. Maybe NVDA works around them or maybe they don't show up in 
Windows. The only way to make a fair test is to try the same pages several 
times with both screen readers running the same version of Firefox and using 
a stable version of those screen readers. If you pull from Orca master, 
there are constant fixes and changes. While it's hoped that nothing breaks, 
just due to the nature of development, both with Orca and Mozilla, breakage 

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