gnome-orca 3.2.1-0ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu


gnome-orca (3.2.1-0ubuntu1) oneiric-proposed; urgency=low

  * New upstream release (LP: #877817)
    - General
      + Fix for bug 661706 - Sanity check needed in Gecko script's
        getBottomOfFile() to ensure we have a "last object"
      + Fix for bug 659122 - UnicodeDecodeError and UnicodeEncodeError keep
        cropping up since introspection
      + Fix for bug 659122 - Traceback presenting time and date
      + Fix for bug 660163 - Traceback when try to edit a keybinding
    - New and updated translations (THANKS EVERYONE!!!):
      + uk            Ukranian               Daniel Korostil
      + zh_CN         Simplified Chinese     YunQiang Su
 -- Luke Yelavich <email address hidden>   Wed, 19 Oct 2011 11:12:13 +1100

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Oneiric: [FULLYBUILT] i386


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gnome-orca_3.2.1-0ubuntu1.debian.tar.gz 27.8 KiB a6c2e58cc9c4ffec7a2a9a3c7887efca
gnome-orca_3.2.1-0ubuntu1.dsc 1.8 KiB 6be41c464c30e83d61c5c0cbe6e90735

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gnome-orca: Scriptable screen reader

 A flexible, extensible, and powerful assistive technology that
 provides end-user access to applications and toolkits that support the
 AT-SPI (e.g., the GNOME desktop). With early input from and continued
 engagement with its end users, Orca has been designed and implemented
 by the Sun Microsystems, Inc., Accessibility Program Office.
 Orca defines a set of default behaviors (reactions to application events) and
 key bindings (reaction to user key presses). These default behaviors and key
 bindings can be overwritten on a per-application basis. Orca creates a script
 object for each running application, which merges both the default behaviors
 and key bindings, and the application specific ones. Orca provides the
 infrastructure to activate and deactivate scripts, as well as a host of
 services accessible from within the scripts.