Bastien Nocera wrote:
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> kendell clark wrote:
> > It is true that you have to be somewhat advanced to know to
> > create a script in /etc/profile.d, but this is *necessary* for qt4
> > accessibility to work. Without this, the plugin is installed but no
> > program knows to use it.
> I just spoke with some upstream Qt/KDE accessiblity devs, and they
> continue to recommend that users of Qt4 applications to do some sort of
> opt-in (ie,
> set QT_ACCESSIBILITY=1 manually). They said the support is just not good
> or reliable enough to justify enabling it by default for everyone.
> In short, I'd be in favor of including qt-at-spi in workstation's
> installation set (but not set QT_ACCESSIBILITY=1 automatically).
What would this bring, besides shortening the setup instructions?
Nothing, it's just simpler, yes.
> p.s. This only applies to Qt4 applications, of course, Qt5 ones
> work out of the box.
Which uses the same variable name as Qt4, which means we cannot enable it
by default when we install qt-at-spi.
I was told Qt5 does not use or need the variable, stuff should 'just work'.