KDE Plasma 5.26 beta questions
Linux for blind general discussion
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Mon Sep 19 23:12:22 UTC 2022
can I get the working howto as well?
On 9/18/2022 7:30 AM, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
> To get it in official ArchLinux Repository you might need to wait til KDE Plasma 5.26 is released.
> But i just searched a easy way for testing KDE Neon Development nightly using docker. As users should be able to get involved in accessibility development and testing process.
> I m currently not on my machine but i already have a working howto to share with you.
> By the way, KDE just votes its goals. KDE votes 3 goals. Only 6 goals available for voting. Accessibility is one of them. So the chance is very heigh that Plasma 5.26 was just the first shot of a long series of accessibility improvements. By the way most of recent work is done by carl swan and fusionfuture. So the cherry goes there.
> I m currently mostly busy in getting orca rebased on an plugin architecture.
> Interesting times ahead in terms of accessibility.
> Cheers chrys
>> Am 18.09.2022 um 16:20 schrieb Linux for blind general discussion <blinux-list at redhat.com>:
>> So quick question, since KDE .Plasma 5.26 beta is a thing, with apparently A11Y improvements, going by numerous YT vids, KDE.org and their (admittedly massive) changelog...
>> Is it worth testing it out? Looking at my repos on Arch I'm seeing 5.25.9-1 here, and not seeing any of the updates listed in the changelog, i.e. the dialogs are still inaccessible, the clock doesn't play nice with Orca, et al.
>> So do I need to wait on the full release of 5.26 to get all the new features then, since the way I read KDE's beta/release scedule is the beta is feature complete if I understand it right or am I not understanding how KDE does their betas
>> I know Crys has been doing a lot of work with KDE so I'm hoping for your input on this, since I've beeen told by other folks off list they've had much much better experiences with it and getting things to work that I can't, for example
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