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eudc mode



Bart--

Look in modules emacspeak-widget.el 
and also emacspeak-w3.el, w3-speak.el for examples on how to
speech-enable application specific widgets.

Module emacspeak-widget.el speech-enables all the basic
widgets provided by widget.el --which is why you hear "edit
field". 
But you should be able to write ldap form-filling specific 
advice forms for this application that provide more
intelligent feedback.
>>>>> "Bart" == Bart Bunting <bart@socs.uts.edu.au> writes:

    Bart> hi all, I've been experimenting with eudc mode (a
    Bart> mode for doing directory queries on ldap, as well
    Bart> as other backends).

    Bart> one of the things it allows you to do is to fill
    Bart> in a form to perform a query.  it is using widgets
    Bart> for form elements.

    Bart> when you tab between fields emacspeak just says
    Bart> edit field.

    Bart> there are field labels next to the fields and I
    Bart> was wondering what sort of approach I would need
    Bart> to take to get them spoken correctly.

    Bart> any suggestions?

    Bart> i thought of getting emacspeak to simply read from
    Bart> the beginning of the line to the start of the edit
    Bart> field, but was wondering if there isn't a better
    Bart> way of exposing the information.

    Bart> any suggestions apreciated.

    Bart> Bart

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--raman

      
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