Linux for blind general discussion
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Fri Jan 28 00:18:45 UTC 2022
Could it be accessibility needs to be enabled first before you can run
orca? If so, hit f4 once to toggle accessibility on then try alt+f2 orca
or alt+f2 orca --replace or alt-super-s.
One of those three may work. It would be nice if f4 would make a rising
or falling set of tones to let users know if they toggled accessibility on
or off or if f4 made no sound, accessibility wasn't effected.
I could not get Endeavouros talking at all on bare metal so can understand
That if it ever works will need a few minutes with sighted assistance.
On Thu, 27 Jan 2022, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
> Dear List,
> This is my third attempt at Fedora.
> I setup a VM on my Mac to try
> I pressed alt+F2, typed orca and enter.
> I get no speech.
> What can be wrong?
> The same thing happened with Fedora Workstation 35.
> I?m about to give up and stick with Accessible Coconut and Linux Mint 20.03.
> They both work out of the box with no problems.
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