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> firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> > That is why it will be difficult for me to work on Emacspeak. But I
> > will accept an RPM done by someone else. :-)
> The original RPMS install seamlessly and edit scripts to add
> themselves in nicely. In other words they behave like good Indi
> RPMS. I am hardpresed to think of what to improve :).
> There is a good excuse for making an exception in this case.
> It's called "Accessibility options". Even Windows NT 5 has a
> speech mode ( narrator ) built in. Sure it doesn't give much
> useful information and my girlfriend wrote a 2 page bug report
> ( I am a MS BETA tester too :) explaining how to make it useful.
If people begin writing NT bug reports on paper then there will be no
trees on Earth. :-)
> EMacspeak however she finds useful today and will take the
> months ( perhaps years ) to learn Emacs' arcane commands so
> that she can teach it as a class to other blind people.
Emacs is not arcane. It is very intuitive. For instance CTRL-X-F
means open an X File. The ones you find in Mulder' and Sculley'
Jean Francois Martinez
Project Independence: Linux for the Masses