Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 970745
Orca sometimes announce "missspelled" with every keystroke.
Last modified: 2013-06-08 15:45:33 EDT
Description of problem:
I use the gnome-shell with the screenreder orca.
for my work i need libreoffice.
If i write an document, orca doesnt speak the first wordi write on an empty document.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Run Orca-> enable "echo per word" in preferences -> open writer and type.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. run orca with alt+f2 -> type "orca" -> hit enter OR enable screenreader over the gnome accessibility menue
2.go into orca preferences wit CAPSLOCK + Space (on laptop) or INSERT + SPACE on PC
3.Goto Page "Keyboard echo"(Tastaturecho in german) -> Enable Echo per Word (i dont know if it matters, but i do so)
4. Press OK
5 Start LibreOffice Writer
6 Type Correct and Incorrect words mixed and navigate arround
Sometimes Orca Say: "missspell" with every keystroke (doesnt matter if the current word is correct or not)
after press return a view times it goes back to normal processing
Orca should always only say "misspelled" on incorrect words.
I use an german Setup with espeak as speechsyntezier.
Unlike other distros which tend to mix-and-match packages, Fedora stays close to upstream (which is why I love it). As a result, it is extremely unlikely that an Orca bug is a Fedora-only bug. In the future please file these bugs upstream.
I have since copied and pasted the opening report here:
Someone with privs to close this bug should do so. Thanks!