Win+M will open the calendar menu, which has a section with notifications.
Again, any a11y should be filed. I know it's stressful feeling that it's a
neverending effort. There are folks that test Right-To-Left languages endlessly, there are
folks testing and translating various languages. It's a much appreciated effort.
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Notifications sounds like a really good idea. Can I make a suggestion
though? If it's a notification that's actionable, That is, it has
controlls inside of it, emit a "gain focus" or whatever the equivalent
event is in at-spi, so that orca can focus on that notification and
read it's controlls, rather than just speaking "notification: new
software updates are available." As an aside to this, notifications in
the calendar are not actionable. I can't click on them. I remember
being told by a gnome developer that to access a notifications
options, I had to physically click on the notification when it first
appears on the screen. This is not possible for a number of reasons.
In the old message tray approach, I could press the up arrow on a
notification to pop up it's controlls, but this no longer works. I
wonder. When you press win+n to access the currently active
notification, can you click on them then? I've not tried this.
Alexander Bisogiannis wrote:
> On 13/05/15 09:39, Bastien Nocera wrote:
>> There won't be status icon support in KDE's Wayland, just like
>> there won't be any in Enlightenment or GNOME's.
>> The support will only be there for legacy X11 support. Time to
>> get those apps unbroken...
>> (I love the fact that you're talking about them as
>> "notifications" which is exactly what we're telling people to
>> replace status icons with)
> You misunderstood me.
> Notifications where not working properly in Gnome since the
> beginning, until 3.16. This has nothing to do with status icons.
> KDE had notifications working properly for years.
> If some applications are not updated to work with wayland, then let
> then become obsolete :)
> But please understand that having properly working notifications,
> should not exclude the existence of status icons.
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