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Accerciser 0.1.0 (stretch) RPM Available



Source and binary rpms of Accerciser 0.1.0  are now available from the
SpeakupModified.Org repository via all the usual methods: yum, rsync,
http, and ftp.To add the SpeakupModified repository to your yum:

rpm -iv http://SpeakupModified.Org/speakupmodified-release.rpm

If you need to add our GPG key by hand:

rpm -iv http://RPM-GPG-KEY-speakupmodified

The above steps need be performed only once. Thereafter you can install
Accerciser via yum:

yum install accerciser 

Janina

Peter Parente writes:
> Accerciser is an interactive Python accessibility explorer for the
> GNOME desktop. It uses AT-SPI to inspect and control widgets, allowing
> you to check if an application is providing correct information to
> assistive technologies and automated test frameworks. Accerciser has a
> simple plugin framework which you can use to create custom views of
> accessibility information.
> 
> In essence, Accerciser is a next generation at-poke tool.
> 
> == Features
> 
> * ORBit, not cspi, based
> 
> Like the modern LSR and Orca screen readers, Accerciser uses pyORBit to talk
> AT-SPI with other applications. The legacy cspi module is avoided.
> 
> * Plugin architecture
> 
> Create a Python module, drop it in a folder, and have it load as a plugin pane
> with full access to AT-SPI and the selected element in the accessibility tree
> view.
> 
> * Interface browser and event monitor plugins
> 
> All the features you've come to expect from a poke tool, and then some.
> 
> * IPython console plugin
> 
> A full, interactive Python shell with access to the accessible object selected
> in the tree view; all AT-SPI interfaces, methods and attributes; and any other
> Python modules. Supports autocompletion and a million other niceties thanks to
> IPython.
> 
> * API browser plugin
> 
> Shows the interfaces, methods, and attributes available on the selected
> accessible object.
> 
> * Global hotkeys
> 
> Move the tree view quickly to the last focused accessible or the one under the
> mouse pointer. Insert a marker into the event monitor log for easy
> identification at a later time.
> 
> * Customizable UI layout
> 
> Move plugin tabs to different panels or even separate windows to view them
> concurrently.
> 
> * Accessibility!
> 
> Accerciser does not disable its own accessibility.
> 
> * Yelp documentation
> 
> Included in the package.
> 
> * Python powered
> 
> Brits, not serpents.
> 
> == Authors
> 
> Eitan Isaascon (eitan@ascender.com) is responsible for taking a mock-up from
> Peter Parente (parente@cs.unc.edu) and turning it into the wonderful, useful
> tool that it is today.
> 
> == For more information
> 
> Visit the Accerciser web site at http://live.gnome.org/Accerciser.
> _______________________________________________
> gnome-accessibility-list mailing list
> gnome-accessibility-list@gnome.org
> http://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/gnome-accessibility-list

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Janina Sajka,	Phone:	+1.202.595.7777;	sip:janina@a11y.org
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