Initial priorities bug #368322 (probably a dupe of bug #371045) bug #370651 bug #285167 bug #348901 bug #352205 bug #369389
I'm surprised some of these are considered blockers for LSR: bug 255088, bug 285167 -- these seem like blockers for GOK and Jambu, but not LSR bug 354139 is a Windows-only bug bug 373766 should be fixed, but how does it affect LSR?
bug #255088: We were going to manipulate the scrollbar widget to scroll the page while reading it. We learned from the Orca guys that moving the Firefox caret does the same trick more easily though, so it's not much of a blocker anymore. bug #285167: Forgot why it's on our list. There was a reason. Ignore for now. bug #354139: OK. Removed. bug 373766: We're getting events from sources that are no longer focused, but still have focus state set. Since we can't tell the difference between the true focus and the left over focused state, we incorrectly announce the events.
Sounds like a few more should be removed (although you followed my bad paste -- bug 255088 is legit, bug 285167 is the scrollbar bug I think should be removed). Is bug 373766 related to the focus state on documents and ATK_FRAMEs? If so, that should be dealt with when we deal with those focus bugs you filed.
The focus event inconsistencies are dealt with, except for the state change to clear the focused state, but that's more of a nice-to-have, not a blocker.
LSR has worked around the getRangeExtents problems for list bullets
No longer depends on: 360003
I'm going to close the LSR meta bug unless someone revitalizes the LSR project. Let's just use the Orca meta bug to track all the Linux screen reader dependencies now: bug 374212
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 11 years ago
Resolution: --- → WONTFIX
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