RH 7.2 (was: Re: Speakup commands )

Janina Sajka janina at afb.net
Wed Nov 7 21:41:51 EST 2001

I don't recall, off the top of my head, what the label entry field is 
called. I do recall how to get there, though.

While in diskdruid you tab until you are on the partition selection list. 
It's the only place where the up and down arrows work--everything else on 
that screen is something like add, delete, edit, etc. The one you want 
follows help--and speakup may actually say help a second time, but it's 
actually the list of partitions and you use down arrow to move to the 
partition you mean to label. Then, tab to edit and press enter. At that 
point you are in an edit field where you type in the label for that 
partition. If you press the 5 key on the numeric keypad you'll hear that 
there are some number of "lines" as in underlines which indicates the edit 

Hope this helps.

 On Mon, 5 Nov 2001, Tony Baechler wrote:

> Hello.  Yes, I selected the right keymap and I have screen review, but it
> does not talk by itself.  I have to wait for the text to display then
> manually read the screen.  The RH install is the only program which I have
> used that does that.  It is a lot like direct screen writes in DOS.
> Anyway, how am I supposed to get to the label field?  I can tab to Edit
> well enough, but I found nothing about label.  I guess I will look again,
> but I think I must be missing it or it is not being identified.
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