Janina Sajka janina at
Tue Jan 6 08:26:07 EST 2004

I have it on good authority that Mozilla still needs work, and that it's
going to get that work over the next few months.

PS: It seems you've gotten as far as anyone I know with Mozilla--perhaps
further than anyone.

Jacob Schmude writes:
> From: "Jacob Schmude" <jschmude at>
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> Hi
> I've posted this to gnome-accessibility several times and gotten no response whatsoever. Has anyone gotten mozilla to work? I've tried on 5 distros now (fedora, 
> debian, slackware, rh9, and gentoo) with no success. Here's the problem. It speaks the menus and title bar fine. However, as soon as I start to tab or arrow 
> through a web page, one of two things will happen. First, it'll either bomb out with no error messages, not even on the x status console, or it will simply say 
> nothing. In the cases where it's saying nothing, I know I'm moving through links, since I can hit enter and it will take me to a different part of the sight, but that 
> isn't the best way to surf. It never stays stable for long anyway, it'll either bomb out eventually or lock my computer up so bad that even a ctrl+alt+del won't 
> reboot. I've tried this on other computers too with the same result, Yes, mozilla is compiled with gtk2 and yes, it has accessibility support in it. I even built it from 
> source to see if that would help, that didn't change the situation. What am I missing here? Do I need to recompile some gnome libs? Maybe I need CVS gnome 
> 2.6?
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Janina Sajka
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Director, Technology Research and Development
American Foundation for the Blind (AFB)

Chair, Accessibility Work Group
Free Standards Group

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