|| ||Willie Walker <William.Walker-AT-Sun.COM>|
|| ||Announcing Orca v2.26.0|
|| ||Sun, 15 Mar 2009 20:55:36 -0400|
|| ||Article, Thread
* What is Orca?
Orca is a free, open source, flexible, and extensible screen reader that
provides access to the graphical desktop via user-customizable
combinations of speech, braille, and/or magnification. Orca development
has been led by the Sun Microsystems, Inc., Accessibility Program Office
via continued engagement with its end users and generous contributions
from the Mozilla Foundation and wonderful community members.
You can also read more about Orca at http://live.gnome.org/Orca.
* What's changed for Orca v2.26.0?
2.26.0 - 15-Mar-2009
NOTE - these are the changes since 2.25.92. For a summary of changes
over the 2.24.x release series, please refer to the following URL:
* Updates to regression tests, mainly to work with Firefox 3.1 Beta 3.
* Fix for bug #570557 - (ARIA) List items not presented.
New and updated translations (THANKS EVERYONE!!!):
See also the overall translation status:
da Danish Kenneth Nielsen
de German Simon Bienlein and Mario Blättermann
es Spanish Francisco Javier Dorado Martinez and
hi Hindi Rajesh Ranjan
hu Hungarian Gabor Kelemen
it Italian Luca Ferretti and Milo Casagrande
ml Malayalam Harivishnu and Ani Peter
or Oriya Manoj Kumar Giri
pl Polish Wadim Dziedzic
ru Russian Nickolay V. Shmyre
ta Tamil I. Felix
te Telugu Krishnababu K
* Where can I get it?
You can obtain Orca v2.26.0 in source code form at the following:
The Orca Team
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