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Sath Linux
Dear friends,
We cocofrix team are very happy to announce the release of
Accessible-Coconut 16.04.22.
Accessible coconut is a Gnu/Linux based operating system customized to
meet the challenges
caused by impaired vision.

Latest Version can be downloaded from : www.cocofrix.com

Special features of this distribution..

1 All the libraries in the world are accessible before the visually
challenged. Linux intelligent OCR solution. Lios is a tool
developed by our team which can help a person to read printed
materials in almost all the prominent languages of the world including
Indian languages like Hindi, Malayalam, Tamil, etc. Lios has all the
facilities required for a standard OCR tool such as pdf conversion,
image conversion, acquire image from scanner, screenshot ocr, go to page,
go to line, page settings, Audio Converter, Text Cleaner, and like.
Lios has a low vision environment with facility to change Text Color,
Background Color, Font, and facility to Read with Highlight.
Lios use Tesseract 4.0 and Cuneiform as OCR Engines.

2 IBus-Sharada-Braille : - a system wide input method for producing text.
One can use six key approach for Brailler mode,  for producing text in
different languages.  Letter f, d, s, j, k, l represent the six dots
of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, of braille and we can use different combinations
for different letters.
All the contractions and Abbreviations in English are included in the tool
as default. And again, one can create any number of contractions and
abbreviations of one’s own choice in any language. We have provided a
language editor for adding languages, abbreviation editor,
and a preference to select any key to represent the braille dots.
We have also provided seven and eight keys to support languages like
Japanese, and Chinese.
One hand mode. We have added a feature which helps a person with one
hand to use IBus-Sharada-Braille.


3 Tuxtype : -  Tuxtype is a sophisticated program, to practice typing
in different
languages, and it is written in C and powered by SDL. We have made it
accessible and
one can learn typing in a game like way. We have also added a six key
component in it and it is available as
tuxtype braille.


4 Tuxmaths : - Tuxmaths is a game for practicing basic mathematical
skills. Lan Multiplayer is also possible and accessible.

5 Chess accessibility : - We have made Xboard accessible. Xboard an
application for playing chess
using different chess engines.

6 Accessible Musical Instrument : - We have provided latest version of
Linux MultiMedia Studio(LMMS) which is accessible. LMMS is an
ingenious music producer and editor.
We have also provided a menu item named Instruments inside sound and
video menu to play Instruments via LMMS.

7 Office suit : - A visually challenged person can use more accessible
open office spreadsheet,
And Libreoffice Writer for Document purposes.

8 Fixes for ORCA Screen Reader : - We have made small changes in orca.
One of which allow smooth continuous reading
which can be enabled by selecting "Sentence(Using Full stop)" in
Say-All-By Option. Another change is we have removed
call to window.clearCache() which quit orca while closing or switch
between applications. This can be reverted using the
menu item inside Universal Access Menu.

9 Artha - English offline Dictionary, Select the word and press
Alt+Ctrl+W in order to get the meaning.

10 SMPlayer : - Play audio's and Video's in any speed.

11 Sharada-Braille-Writer : - Simple text editor for typing in six key
Braille mode.

12 Chrome With Speech : - Accessible Chrome Web Browser.

13 Hydrogen : - Play Drums.

14 Audacity : - Sound recording and editing.

15 Curlew : - Easy to use accessible multimedia converter.

16 Daisy-Player : - Play daisy audio formats.

17 eBook-Speaker : - Read ebook aloud.

19 CPU-G : - View your system configuration, Kernel Version, etc.

20 Format-USB : - format USB pendrive or external hard-drive.

21 VCD-Imager : - Extract video from VCD/DVD.

22 Pidgin : - Universal chat client.

23 Calibre : - Manage E-book collections as well as to create, edit,
and read e-books.

24 Audacious : - Audio Player.

25 blueman : - BlueTooth manager.

26 Periodic-Table : - Accessible Periodic Table.

27 Grub-Customizer : - Change boot entries of operating systems.

28 Gparted : - Accessible partitioner for your storage devices.

Thanking you cocofrix team.


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Re: [orca-list] Accessible-Coconut version 16.04.22 Released

Victor Lawrence
Hello!

This sounds very promising! I will have to test it.

Victor

Sent from my iPhone

> On Nov 27, 2017, at 9:38 PM, Sath Linux <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> Dear friends,
> We cocofrix team are very happy to announce the release of
> Accessible-Coconut 16.04.22.
> Accessible coconut is a Gnu/Linux based operating system customized to
> meet the challenges
> caused by impaired vision.
>
> Latest Version can be downloaded from : www.cocofrix.com
>
> Special features of this distribution..
>
> 1 All the libraries in the world are accessible before the visually
> challenged. Linux intelligent OCR solution. Lios is a tool
> developed by our team which can help a person to read printed
> materials in almost all the prominent languages of the world including
> Indian languages like Hindi, Malayalam, Tamil, etc. Lios has all the
> facilities required for a standard OCR tool such as pdf conversion,
> image conversion, acquire image from scanner, screenshot ocr, go to page,
> go to line, page settings, Audio Converter, Text Cleaner, and like.
> Lios has a low vision environment with facility to change Text Color,
> Background Color, Font, and facility to Read with Highlight.
> Lios use Tesseract 4.0 and Cuneiform as OCR Engines.
>
> 2 IBus-Sharada-Braille : - a system wide input method for producing text.
> One can use six key approach for Brailler mode,  for producing text in
> different languages.  Letter f, d, s, j, k, l represent the six dots
> of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, of braille and we can use different combinations
> for different letters.
> All the contractions and Abbreviations in English are included in the tool
> as default. And again, one can create any number of contractions and
> abbreviations of one’s own choice in any language. We have provided a
> language editor for adding languages, abbreviation editor,
> and a preference to select any key to represent the braille dots.
> We have also provided seven and eight keys to support languages like
> Japanese, and Chinese.
> One hand mode. We have added a feature which helps a person with one
> hand to use IBus-Sharada-Braille.
>
>
> 3 Tuxtype : -  Tuxtype is a sophisticated program, to practice typing
> in different
> languages, and it is written in C and powered by SDL. We have made it
> accessible and
> one can learn typing in a game like way. We have also added a six key
> component in it and it is available as
> tuxtype braille.
>
>
> 4 Tuxmaths : - Tuxmaths is a game for practicing basic mathematical
> skills. Lan Multiplayer is also possible and accessible.
>
> 5 Chess accessibility : - We have made Xboard accessible. Xboard an
> application for playing chess
> using different chess engines.
>
> 6 Accessible Musical Instrument : - We have provided latest version of
> Linux MultiMedia Studio(LMMS) which is accessible. LMMS is an
> ingenious music producer and editor.
> We have also provided a menu item named Instruments inside sound and
> video menu to play Instruments via LMMS.
>
> 7 Office suit : - A visually challenged person can use more accessible
> open office spreadsheet,
> And Libreoffice Writer for Document purposes.
>
> 8 Fixes for ORCA Screen Reader : - We have made small changes in orca.
> One of which allow smooth continuous reading
> which can be enabled by selecting "Sentence(Using Full stop)" in
> Say-All-By Option. Another change is we have removed
> call to window.clearCache() which quit orca while closing or switch
> between applications. This can be reverted using the
> menu item inside Universal Access Menu.
>
> 9 Artha - English offline Dictionary, Select the word and press
> Alt+Ctrl+W in order to get the meaning.
>
> 10 SMPlayer : - Play audio's and Video's in any speed.
>
> 11 Sharada-Braille-Writer : - Simple text editor for typing in six key
> Braille mode.
>
> 12 Chrome With Speech : - Accessible Chrome Web Browser.
>
> 13 Hydrogen : - Play Drums.
>
> 14 Audacity : - Sound recording and editing.
>
> 15 Curlew : - Easy to use accessible multimedia converter.
>
> 16 Daisy-Player : - Play daisy audio formats.
>
> 17 eBook-Speaker : - Read ebook aloud.
>
> 19 CPU-G : - View your system configuration, Kernel Version, etc.
>
> 20 Format-USB : - format USB pendrive or external hard-drive.
>
> 21 VCD-Imager : - Extract video from VCD/DVD.
>
> 22 Pidgin : - Universal chat client.
>
> 23 Calibre : - Manage E-book collections as well as to create, edit,
> and read e-books.
>
> 24 Audacious : - Audio Player.
>
> 25 blueman : - BlueTooth manager.
>
> 26 Periodic-Table : - Accessible Periodic Table.
>
> 27 Grub-Customizer : - Change boot entries of operating systems.
>
> 28 Gparted : - Accessible partitioner for your storage devices.
>
> Thanking you cocofrix team.
>
>
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> Log bugs and feature requests at http://bugzilla.gnome.org
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Re: [orca-list] Accessible-Coconut version 16.04.22 Released

Joanmarie Diggs
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Hi Sath.

Regarding this:

On 11/28/2017 12:38 AM, Sath Linux wrote:

> Another change is we have removed
> call to window.clearCache() which quit orca while closing or switch
> between applications. This can be reverted using the
> menu item inside Universal Access Menu.

What version of AT-SPI2 are you using? The crash in question is an
AT-SPI2 crash. And we're under the impression that it was already fixed
in AT-SPI2 3.20. If that's not the case, then adding information to the
AT-SPI2 bug would be helpful -- and fixing it properly in AT-SPI2 a much
better solution than what you describe above. FWIW.
https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=767075

--joanie
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Re: [orca-list] Accessible-Coconut version 16.04.22 Released

Gnome Orca mailing list
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Hi,


is there also a Daisy creation tool for Linux like RTFC for Windows?

Greetings,

Wolfram


Am 28.11.2017 um 06:38 schrieb Sath Linux:

> Dear friends,
> We cocofrix team are very happy to announce the release of
> Accessible-Coconut 16.04.22.
> Accessible coconut is a Gnu/Linux based operating system customized to
> meet the challenges
> caused by impaired vision.
>
> Latest Version can be downloaded from : www.cocofrix.com
>
> Special features of this distribution..
>
> 1 All the libraries in the world are accessible before the visually
> challenged. Linux intelligent OCR solution. Lios is a tool
> developed by our team which can help a person to read printed
> materials in almost all the prominent languages of the world including
> Indian languages like Hindi, Malayalam, Tamil, etc. Lios has all the
> facilities required for a standard OCR tool such as pdf conversion,
> image conversion, acquire image from scanner, screenshot ocr, go to page,
> go to line, page settings, Audio Converter, Text Cleaner, and like.
> Lios has a low vision environment with facility to change Text Color,
> Background Color, Font, and facility to Read with Highlight.
> Lios use Tesseract 4.0 and Cuneiform as OCR Engines.
>
> 2 IBus-Sharada-Braille : - a system wide input method for producing text.
> One can use six key approach for Brailler mode,  for producing text in
> different languages.  Letter f, d, s, j, k, l represent the six dots
> of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, of braille and we can use different combinations
> for different letters.
> All the contractions and Abbreviations in English are included in the tool
> as default. And again, one can create any number of contractions and
> abbreviations of one’s own choice in any language. We have provided a
> language editor for adding languages, abbreviation editor,
> and a preference to select any key to represent the braille dots.
> We have also provided seven and eight keys to support languages like
> Japanese, and Chinese.
> One hand mode. We have added a feature which helps a person with one
> hand to use IBus-Sharada-Braille.
>
>
> 3 Tuxtype : -  Tuxtype is a sophisticated program, to practice typing
> in different
> languages, and it is written in C and powered by SDL. We have made it
> accessible and
> one can learn typing in a game like way. We have also added a six key
> component in it and it is available as
> tuxtype braille.
>
>
> 4 Tuxmaths : - Tuxmaths is a game for practicing basic mathematical
> skills. Lan Multiplayer is also possible and accessible.
>
> 5 Chess accessibility : - We have made Xboard accessible. Xboard an
> application for playing chess
> using different chess engines.
>
> 6 Accessible Musical Instrument : - We have provided latest version of
> Linux MultiMedia Studio(LMMS) which is accessible. LMMS is an
> ingenious music producer and editor.
> We have also provided a menu item named Instruments inside sound and
> video menu to play Instruments via LMMS.
>
> 7 Office suit : - A visually challenged person can use more accessible
> open office spreadsheet,
> And Libreoffice Writer for Document purposes.
>
> 8 Fixes for ORCA Screen Reader : - We have made small changes in orca.
> One of which allow smooth continuous reading
> which can be enabled by selecting "Sentence(Using Full stop)" in
> Say-All-By Option. Another change is we have removed
> call to window.clearCache() which quit orca while closing or switch
> between applications. This can be reverted using the
> menu item inside Universal Access Menu.
>
> 9 Artha - English offline Dictionary, Select the word and press
> Alt+Ctrl+W in order to get the meaning.
>
> 10 SMPlayer : - Play audio's and Video's in any speed.
>
> 11 Sharada-Braille-Writer : - Simple text editor for typing in six key
> Braille mode.
>
> 12 Chrome With Speech : - Accessible Chrome Web Browser.
>
> 13 Hydrogen : - Play Drums.
>
> 14 Audacity : - Sound recording and editing.
>
> 15 Curlew : - Easy to use accessible multimedia converter.
>
> 16 Daisy-Player : - Play daisy audio formats.
>
> 17 eBook-Speaker : - Read ebook aloud.
>
> 19 CPU-G : - View your system configuration, Kernel Version, etc.
>
> 20 Format-USB : - format USB pendrive or external hard-drive.
>
> 21 VCD-Imager : - Extract video from VCD/DVD.
>
> 22 Pidgin : - Universal chat client.
>
> 23 Calibre : - Manage E-book collections as well as to create, edit,
> and read e-books.
>
> 24 Audacious : - Audio Player.
>
> 25 blueman : - BlueTooth manager.
>
> 26 Periodic-Table : - Accessible Periodic Table.
>
> 27 Grub-Customizer : - Change boot entries of operating systems.
>
> 28 Gparted : - Accessible partitioner for your storage devices.
>
> Thanking you cocofrix team.
>
>

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Re: [orca-list] Accessible-Coconut version 16.04.22 Released

Jude DaShiell-2
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I installed it and think networkmanager got updated recently upstream.
This is unfortunate since now my rtl8187B wifi adapter can no longer
connect to the internet.  The connection is found; the correct password
is entered but no activation is possible.

On Tue, 28 Nov 2017, Sath Linux wrote:

> Date: Tue, 28 Nov 2017 00:38:46
> From: Sath Linux <[hidden email]>
> To: orca-list <[hidden email]>, [hidden email],
>     ai <[hidden email]>
> Subject: [orca-list] Accessible-Coconut version 16.04.22 Released
>
> Dear friends,
> We cocofrix team are very happy to announce the release of
> Accessible-Coconut 16.04.22.
> Accessible coconut is a Gnu/Linux based operating system customized to
> meet the challenges
> caused by impaired vision.
>
> Latest Version can be downloaded from : www.cocofrix.com
>
> Special features of this distribution..
>
> 1 All the libraries in the world are accessible before the visually
> challenged. Linux intelligent OCR solution. Lios is a tool
> developed by our team which can help a person to read printed
> materials in almost all the prominent languages of the world including
> Indian languages like Hindi, Malayalam, Tamil, etc. Lios has all the
> facilities required for a standard OCR tool such as pdf conversion,
> image conversion, acquire image from scanner, screenshot ocr, go to page,
> go to line, page settings, Audio Converter, Text Cleaner, and like.
> Lios has a low vision environment with facility to change Text Color,
> Background Color, Font, and facility to Read with Highlight.
> Lios use Tesseract 4.0 and Cuneiform as OCR Engines.
>
> 2 IBus-Sharada-Braille : - a system wide input method for producing text.
> One can use six key approach for Brailler mode,  for producing text in
> different languages.  Letter f, d, s, j, k, l represent the six dots
> of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, of braille and we can use different combinations
> for different letters.
> All the contractions and Abbreviations in English are included in the tool
> as default. And again, one can create any number of contractions and
> abbreviations of one?s own choice in any language. We have provided a
> language editor for adding languages, abbreviation editor,
> and a preference to select any key to represent the braille dots.
> We have also provided seven and eight keys to support languages like
> Japanese, and Chinese.
> One hand mode. We have added a feature which helps a person with one
> hand to use IBus-Sharada-Braille.
>
>
> 3 Tuxtype : -  Tuxtype is a sophisticated program, to practice typing
> in different
> languages, and it is written in C and powered by SDL. We have made it
> accessible and
> one can learn typing in a game like way. We have also added a six key
> component in it and it is available as
> tuxtype braille.
>
>
> 4 Tuxmaths : - Tuxmaths is a game for practicing basic mathematical
> skills. Lan Multiplayer is also possible and accessible.
>
> 5 Chess accessibility : - We have made Xboard accessible. Xboard an
> application for playing chess
> using different chess engines.
>
> 6 Accessible Musical Instrument : - We have provided latest version of
> Linux MultiMedia Studio(LMMS) which is accessible. LMMS is an
> ingenious music producer and editor.
> We have also provided a menu item named Instruments inside sound and
> video menu to play Instruments via LMMS.
>
> 7 Office suit : - A visually challenged person can use more accessible
> open office spreadsheet,
> And Libreoffice Writer for Document purposes.
>
> 8 Fixes for ORCA Screen Reader : - We have made small changes in orca.
> One of which allow smooth continuous reading
> which can be enabled by selecting "Sentence(Using Full stop)" in
> Say-All-By Option. Another change is we have removed
> call to window.clearCache() which quit orca while closing or switch
> between applications. This can be reverted using the
> menu item inside Universal Access Menu.
>
> 9 Artha - English offline Dictionary, Select the word and press
> Alt+Ctrl+W in order to get the meaning.
>
> 10 SMPlayer : - Play audio's and Video's in any speed.
>
> 11 Sharada-Braille-Writer : - Simple text editor for typing in six key
> Braille mode.
>
> 12 Chrome With Speech : - Accessible Chrome Web Browser.
>
> 13 Hydrogen : - Play Drums.
>
> 14 Audacity : - Sound recording and editing.
>
> 15 Curlew : - Easy to use accessible multimedia converter.
>
> 16 Daisy-Player : - Play daisy audio formats.
>
> 17 eBook-Speaker : - Read ebook aloud.
>
> 19 CPU-G : - View your system configuration, Kernel Version, etc.
>
> 20 Format-USB : - format USB pendrive or external hard-drive.
>
> 21 VCD-Imager : - Extract video from VCD/DVD.
>
> 22 Pidgin : - Universal chat client.
>
> 23 Calibre : - Manage E-book collections as well as to create, edit,
> and read e-books.
>
> 24 Audacious : - Audio Player.
>
> 25 blueman : - BlueTooth manager.
>
> 26 Periodic-Table : - Accessible Periodic Table.
>
> 27 Grub-Customizer : - Change boot entries of operating systems.
>
> 28 Gparted : - Accessible partitioner for your storage devices.
>
> Thanking you cocofrix team.
>
>
> --
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> Orca documentation: https://help.gnome.org/users/orca/stable/
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> Log bugs and feature requests at http://bugzilla.gnome.org

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Re: [orca-list] Accessible-Coconut version 16.04.22 Released

Jude DaShiell-2
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For any interested I used nmtui in terminal mode to try to get the wifi
connection up.  I'll check for wicd and see if that's available but have
never used that before.  No linux distro should ever go out with only a
single package on it for internet connections so people have a chance to
try something else that may work.

On Tue, 28 Nov 2017, Sath Linux wrote:

> Date: Tue, 28 Nov 2017 00:38:46
> From: Sath Linux <[hidden email]>
> To: orca-list <[hidden email]>, [hidden email],
>     ai <[hidden email]>
> Subject: [orca-list] Accessible-Coconut version 16.04.22 Released
>
> Dear friends,
> We cocofrix team are very happy to announce the release of
> Accessible-Coconut 16.04.22.
> Accessible coconut is a Gnu/Linux based operating system customized to
> meet the challenges
> caused by impaired vision.
>
> Latest Version can be downloaded from : www.cocofrix.com
>
> Special features of this distribution..
>
> 1 All the libraries in the world are accessible before the visually
> challenged. Linux intelligent OCR solution. Lios is a tool
> developed by our team which can help a person to read printed
> materials in almost all the prominent languages of the world including
> Indian languages like Hindi, Malayalam, Tamil, etc. Lios has all the
> facilities required for a standard OCR tool such as pdf conversion,
> image conversion, acquire image from scanner, screenshot ocr, go to page,
> go to line, page settings, Audio Converter, Text Cleaner, and like.
> Lios has a low vision environment with facility to change Text Color,
> Background Color, Font, and facility to Read with Highlight.
> Lios use Tesseract 4.0 and Cuneiform as OCR Engines.
>
> 2 IBus-Sharada-Braille : - a system wide input method for producing text.
> One can use six key approach for Brailler mode,  for producing text in
> different languages.  Letter f, d, s, j, k, l represent the six dots
> of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, of braille and we can use different combinations
> for different letters.
> All the contractions and Abbreviations in English are included in the tool
> as default. And again, one can create any number of contractions and
> abbreviations of one?s own choice in any language. We have provided a
> language editor for adding languages, abbreviation editor,
> and a preference to select any key to represent the braille dots.
> We have also provided seven and eight keys to support languages like
> Japanese, and Chinese.
> One hand mode. We have added a feature which helps a person with one
> hand to use IBus-Sharada-Braille.
>
>
> 3 Tuxtype : -  Tuxtype is a sophisticated program, to practice typing
> in different
> languages, and it is written in C and powered by SDL. We have made it
> accessible and
> one can learn typing in a game like way. We have also added a six key
> component in it and it is available as
> tuxtype braille.
>
>
> 4 Tuxmaths : - Tuxmaths is a game for practicing basic mathematical
> skills. Lan Multiplayer is also possible and accessible.
>
> 5 Chess accessibility : - We have made Xboard accessible. Xboard an
> application for playing chess
> using different chess engines.
>
> 6 Accessible Musical Instrument : - We have provided latest version of
> Linux MultiMedia Studio(LMMS) which is accessible. LMMS is an
> ingenious music producer and editor.
> We have also provided a menu item named Instruments inside sound and
> video menu to play Instruments via LMMS.
>
> 7 Office suit : - A visually challenged person can use more accessible
> open office spreadsheet,
> And Libreoffice Writer for Document purposes.
>
> 8 Fixes for ORCA Screen Reader : - We have made small changes in orca.
> One of which allow smooth continuous reading
> which can be enabled by selecting "Sentence(Using Full stop)" in
> Say-All-By Option. Another change is we have removed
> call to window.clearCache() which quit orca while closing or switch
> between applications. This can be reverted using the
> menu item inside Universal Access Menu.
>
> 9 Artha - English offline Dictionary, Select the word and press
> Alt+Ctrl+W in order to get the meaning.
>
> 10 SMPlayer : - Play audio's and Video's in any speed.
>
> 11 Sharada-Braille-Writer : - Simple text editor for typing in six key
> Braille mode.
>
> 12 Chrome With Speech : - Accessible Chrome Web Browser.
>
> 13 Hydrogen : - Play Drums.
>
> 14 Audacity : - Sound recording and editing.
>
> 15 Curlew : - Easy to use accessible multimedia converter.
>
> 16 Daisy-Player : - Play daisy audio formats.
>
> 17 eBook-Speaker : - Read ebook aloud.
>
> 19 CPU-G : - View your system configuration, Kernel Version, etc.
>
> 20 Format-USB : - format USB pendrive or external hard-drive.
>
> 21 VCD-Imager : - Extract video from VCD/DVD.
>
> 22 Pidgin : - Universal chat client.
>
> 23 Calibre : - Manage E-book collections as well as to create, edit,
> and read e-books.
>
> 24 Audacious : - Audio Player.
>
> 25 blueman : - BlueTooth manager.
>
> 26 Periodic-Table : - Accessible Periodic Table.
>
> 27 Grub-Customizer : - Change boot entries of operating systems.
>
> 28 Gparted : - Accessible partitioner for your storage devices.
>
> Thanking you cocofrix team.
>
>
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Re: [orca-list] Accessible-Coconut version 16.04.22 Released

Dave Hunt-4
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That is unfortunate!  I played with the live system and found that my
Intel wifi thing was found, and that my connection was usable much
sooner than would be the case in vanilla GNOME.



YMMV,




Dave





On 11/28/2017 04:07 PM, Jude DaShiell wrote:
> I installed it and think networkmanager got updated recently upstream.
> This is unfortunate since now my rtl8187B wifi adapter can no longer
> connect to the internet.  The connection is found; the correct
> password is entered but no activation is possible.

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Re: [orca-list] Accessible-Coconut version 16.04.22 Released

Dave Hunt-4
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For the most part, the included apps and keyboard shortcuts are similar
to ones I'd end up with, after installing and setting up a new distro to
my liking, though I wouldn't use so many media players or wine.  Thanks
for making me aware of the book reading and authoring tools, as well as
those for scanning and working with ocr; no other distro I know includes
these, and they can be hard to fine.  I like the ability to easily
toggle the screen off and to check battery. Also, thanks for making
convenient shortcuts for changing orca's settings on the fly.I don't
understand, however, why you decided to set up an automatically
logged-in user and hostname? I can make users and change some of this
setup afterword, but it just seems funny, as if the computer is to have
only one user, but it's not really in single-user mode.  On first pass
through the installation instructions, If looks like, if I were to
follow them to the letter, I'd end up breaking my machine's UEFI setup. 
I haven't yet installed it, but booted the live medium.  Your quickstart
text files on the live system's desktop are good; do they appear on the
installed system? Finally, what desktop does this system have?  I see
the new GNOME applets but Mate-style desktop layout, and the old
Indicator applet, such as in Trisquel 7.  Did you guys 'roll your own',
taking elements from several?



Cheers,



Dave  H.






On 11/28/2017 12:38 AM, Sath Linux wrote:

> Dear friends,
> We cocofrix team are very happy to announce the release of
> Accessible-Coconut 16.04.22.
> Accessible coconut is a Gnu/Linux based operating system customized to
> meet the challenges
> caused by impaired vision.
>
> Latest Version can be downloaded from : www.cocofrix.com
>
> Special features of this distribution..
>
> 1 All the libraries in the world are accessible before the visually
> challenged. Linux intelligent OCR solution. Lios is a tool
> developed by our team which can help a person to read printed
> materials in almost all the prominent languages of the world including
> Indian languages like Hindi, Malayalam, Tamil, etc. Lios has all the
> facilities required for a standard OCR tool such as pdf conversion,
> image conversion, acquire image from scanner, screenshot ocr, go to page,
> go to line, page settings, Audio Converter, Text Cleaner, and like.
> Lios has a low vision environment with facility to change Text Color,
> Background Color, Font, and facility to Read with Highlight.
> Lios use Tesseract 4.0 and Cuneiform as OCR Engines.
>
> 2 IBus-Sharada-Braille : - a system wide input method for producing text.
> One can use six key approach for Brailler mode,  for producing text in
> different languages.  Letter f, d, s, j, k, l represent the six dots
> of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, of braille and we can use different combinations
> for different letters.
> All the contractions and Abbreviations in English are included in the tool
> as default. And again, one can create any number of contractions and
> abbreviations of one’s own choice in any language. We have provided a
> language editor for adding languages, abbreviation editor,
> and a preference to select any key to represent the braille dots.
> We have also provided seven and eight keys to support languages like
> Japanese, and Chinese.
> One hand mode. We have added a feature which helps a person with one
> hand to use IBus-Sharada-Braille.
>
>
> 3 Tuxtype : -  Tuxtype is a sophisticated program, to practice typing
> in different
> languages, and it is written in C and powered by SDL. We have made it
> accessible and
> one can learn typing in a game like way. We have also added a six key
> component in it and it is available as
> tuxtype braille.
>
>
> 4 Tuxmaths : - Tuxmaths is a game for practicing basic mathematical
> skills. Lan Multiplayer is also possible and accessible.
>
> 5 Chess accessibility : - We have made Xboard accessible. Xboard an
> application for playing chess
> using different chess engines.
>
> 6 Accessible Musical Instrument : - We have provided latest version of
> Linux MultiMedia Studio(LMMS) which is accessible. LMMS is an
> ingenious music producer and editor.
> We have also provided a menu item named Instruments inside sound and
> video menu to play Instruments via LMMS.
>
> 7 Office suit : - A visually challenged person can use more accessible
> open office spreadsheet,
> And Libreoffice Writer for Document purposes.
>
> 8 Fixes for ORCA Screen Reader : - We have made small changes in orca.
> One of which allow smooth continuous reading
> which can be enabled by selecting "Sentence(Using Full stop)" in
> Say-All-By Option. Another change is we have removed
> call to window.clearCache() which quit orca while closing or switch
> between applications. This can be reverted using the
> menu item inside Universal Access Menu.
>
> 9 Artha - English offline Dictionary, Select the word and press
> Alt+Ctrl+W in order to get the meaning.
>
> 10 SMPlayer : - Play audio's and Video's in any speed.
>
> 11 Sharada-Braille-Writer : - Simple text editor for typing in six key
> Braille mode.
>
> 12 Chrome With Speech : - Accessible Chrome Web Browser.
>
> 13 Hydrogen : - Play Drums.
>
> 14 Audacity : - Sound recording and editing.
>
> 15 Curlew : - Easy to use accessible multimedia converter.
>
> 16 Daisy-Player : - Play daisy audio formats.
>
> 17 eBook-Speaker : - Read ebook aloud.
>
> 19 CPU-G : - View your system configuration, Kernel Version, etc.
>
> 20 Format-USB : - format USB pendrive or external hard-drive.
>
> 21 VCD-Imager : - Extract video from VCD/DVD.
>
> 22 Pidgin : - Universal chat client.
>
> 23 Calibre : - Manage E-book collections as well as to create, edit,
> and read e-books.
>
> 24 Audacious : - Audio Player.
>
> 25 blueman : - BlueTooth manager.
>
> 26 Periodic-Table : - Accessible Periodic Table.
>
> 27 Grub-Customizer : - Change boot entries of operating systems.
>
> 28 Gparted : - Accessible partitioner for your storage devices.
>
> Thanking you cocofrix team.
>
>

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Re: [orca-list] Accessible-Coconut version 16.04.22 Released

Vojtěch Šmiro
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Hello.

Some programs are missing for example update-manager. System is not
fully in Czech, but I installed Czech support.

Best regards

Vojta.

Jude DaShiell napsal(a):

> I installed it and think networkmanager got updated recently upstream.
> This is unfortunate since now my rtl8187B wifi adapter can no longer
> connect to the internet.  The connection is found; the correct
> password is entered but no activation is possible.
>
> On Tue, 28 Nov 2017, Sath Linux wrote:
>
>> Date: Tue, 28 Nov 2017 00:38:46
>> From: Sath Linux <[hidden email]>
>> To: orca-list <[hidden email]>, [hidden email],
>>     ai <[hidden email]>
>> Subject: [orca-list] Accessible-Coconut version 16.04.22 Released
>>
>> Dear friends,
>> We cocofrix team are very happy to announce the release of
>> Accessible-Coconut 16.04.22.
>> Accessible coconut is a Gnu/Linux based operating system customized to
>> meet the challenges
>> caused by impaired vision.
>>
>> Latest Version can be downloaded from : www.cocofrix.com
>>
>> Special features of this distribution..
>>
>> 1 All the libraries in the world are accessible before the visually
>> challenged. Linux intelligent OCR solution. Lios is a tool
>> developed by our team which can help a person to read printed
>> materials in almost all the prominent languages of the world including
>> Indian languages like Hindi, Malayalam, Tamil, etc. Lios has all the
>> facilities required for a standard OCR tool such as pdf conversion,
>> image conversion, acquire image from scanner, screenshot ocr, go to
>> page,
>> go to line, page settings, Audio Converter, Text Cleaner, and like.
>> Lios has a low vision environment with facility to change Text Color,
>> Background Color, Font, and facility to Read with Highlight.
>> Lios use Tesseract 4.0 and Cuneiform as OCR Engines.
>>
>> 2 IBus-Sharada-Braille : - a system wide input method for producing
>> text.
>> One can use six key approach for Brailler mode,  for producing text in
>> different languages.  Letter f, d, s, j, k, l represent the six dots
>> of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, of braille and we can use different combinations
>> for different letters.
>> All the contractions and Abbreviations in English are included in the
>> tool
>> as default. And again, one can create any number of contractions and
>> abbreviations of one?s own choice in any language. We have provided a
>> language editor for adding languages, abbreviation editor,
>> and a preference to select any key to represent the braille dots.
>> We have also provided seven and eight keys to support languages like
>> Japanese, and Chinese.
>> One hand mode. We have added a feature which helps a person with one
>> hand to use IBus-Sharada-Braille.
>>
>>
>> 3 Tuxtype : -  Tuxtype is a sophisticated program, to practice typing
>> in different
>> languages, and it is written in C and powered by SDL. We have made it
>> accessible and
>> one can learn typing in a game like way. We have also added a six key
>> component in it and it is available as
>> tuxtype braille.
>>
>>
>> 4 Tuxmaths : - Tuxmaths is a game for practicing basic mathematical
>> skills. Lan Multiplayer is also possible and accessible.
>>
>> 5 Chess accessibility : - We have made Xboard accessible. Xboard an
>> application for playing chess
>> using different chess engines.
>>
>> 6 Accessible Musical Instrument : - We have provided latest version of
>> Linux MultiMedia Studio(LMMS) which is accessible. LMMS is an
>> ingenious music producer and editor.
>> We have also provided a menu item named Instruments inside sound and
>> video menu to play Instruments via LMMS.
>>
>> 7 Office suit : - A visually challenged person can use more accessible
>> open office spreadsheet,
>> And Libreoffice Writer for Document purposes.
>>
>> 8 Fixes for ORCA Screen Reader : - We have made small changes in orca.
>> One of which allow smooth continuous reading
>> which can be enabled by selecting "Sentence(Using Full stop)" in
>> Say-All-By Option. Another change is we have removed
>> call to window.clearCache() which quit orca while closing or switch
>> between applications. This can be reverted using the
>> menu item inside Universal Access Menu.
>>
>> 9 Artha - English offline Dictionary, Select the word and press
>> Alt+Ctrl+W in order to get the meaning.
>>
>> 10 SMPlayer : - Play audio's and Video's in any speed.
>>
>> 11 Sharada-Braille-Writer : - Simple text editor for typing in six key
>> Braille mode.
>>
>> 12 Chrome With Speech : - Accessible Chrome Web Browser.
>>
>> 13 Hydrogen : - Play Drums.
>>
>> 14 Audacity : - Sound recording and editing.
>>
>> 15 Curlew : - Easy to use accessible multimedia converter.
>>
>> 16 Daisy-Player : - Play daisy audio formats.
>>
>> 17 eBook-Speaker : - Read ebook aloud.
>>
>> 19 CPU-G : - View your system configuration, Kernel Version, etc.
>>
>> 20 Format-USB : - format USB pendrive or external hard-drive.
>>
>> 21 VCD-Imager : - Extract video from VCD/DVD.
>>
>> 22 Pidgin : - Universal chat client.
>>
>> 23 Calibre : - Manage E-book collections as well as to create, edit,
>> and read e-books.
>>
>> 24 Audacious : - Audio Player.
>>
>> 25 blueman : - BlueTooth manager.
>>
>> 26 Periodic-Table : - Accessible Periodic Table.
>>
>> 27 Grub-Customizer : - Change boot entries of operating systems.
>>
>> 28 Gparted : - Accessible partitioner for your storage devices.
>>
>> Thanking you cocofrix team.
>>
>>
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>> https://help.gnome.org/users/gnome-help/stable/a11y.html
>> Log bugs and feature requests at http://bugzilla.gnome.org
>

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Re: [orca-list] Accessible-Coconut version 16.04.22 Released

Jude DaShiell-2
I think so long as ifconfig is available I'll be able to get my wifi
adapter up and running.  It turns out ifconfig needs to bring the
interface up before nmtui is used.

On Wed, 29 Nov 2017, Vojt?ch ?miro wrote:

> Date: Wed, 29 Nov 2017 04:55:45
> From: Vojt?ch ?miro <[hidden email]>
> To: Jason White via orca-list <[hidden email]>
> Subject: Re: [orca-list] Accessible-Coconut version 16.04.22 Released
>
> Hello.
>
> Some programs are missing for example update-manager. System is not fully in
> Czech, but I installed Czech support.
>
> Best regards
>
> Vojta.
>
> Jude DaShiell napsal(a):
>>  I installed it and think networkmanager got updated recently upstream.
>>  This is unfortunate since now my rtl8187B wifi adapter can no longer
>>  connect to the internet.  The connection is found; the correct password is
>>  entered but no activation is possible.
>>
>>  On Tue, 28 Nov 2017, Sath Linux wrote:
>>
>>>  Date: Tue, 28 Nov 2017 00:38:46
>>>  From: Sath Linux <[hidden email]>
>>>  To: orca-list <[hidden email]>, [hidden email],
>>>      ai <[hidden email]>
>>>  Subject: [orca-list] Accessible-Coconut version 16.04.22 Released
>>>
>>>  Dear friends,
>>>  We cocofrix team are very happy to announce the release of
>>>  Accessible-Coconut 16.04.22.
>>>  Accessible coconut is a Gnu/Linux based operating system customized to
>>>  meet the challenges
>>>  caused by impaired vision.
>>>
>>>  Latest Version can be downloaded from : www.cocofrix.com
>>>
>>>  Special features of this distribution..
>>>
>>>  1 All the libraries in the world are accessible before the visually
>>>  challenged. Linux intelligent OCR solution. Lios is a tool
>>>  developed by our team which can help a person to read printed
>>>  materials in almost all the prominent languages of the world including
>>>  Indian languages like Hindi, Malayalam, Tamil, etc. Lios has all the
>>>  facilities required for a standard OCR tool such as pdf conversion,
>>>  image conversion, acquire image from scanner, screenshot ocr, go to page,
>>>  go to line, page settings, Audio Converter, Text Cleaner, and like.
>>>  Lios has a low vision environment with facility to change Text Color,
>>>  Background Color, Font, and facility to Read with Highlight.
>>>  Lios use Tesseract 4.0 and Cuneiform as OCR Engines.
>>>
>>>  2 IBus-Sharada-Braille : - a system wide input method for producing text.
>>>  One can use six key approach for Brailler mode,  for producing text in
>>>  different languages.  Letter f, d, s, j, k, l represent the six dots
>>>  of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, of braille and we can use different combinations
>>>  for different letters.
>>>  All the contractions and Abbreviations in English are included in the
>>>  tool
>>>  as default. And again, one can create any number of contractions and
>>>  abbreviations of one?s own choice in any language. We have provided a
>>>  language editor for adding languages, abbreviation editor,
>>>  and a preference to select any key to represent the braille dots.
>>>  We have also provided seven and eight keys to support languages like
>>>  Japanese, and Chinese.
>>>  One hand mode. We have added a feature which helps a person with one
>>>  hand to use IBus-Sharada-Braille.
>>>
>>>
>>>  3 Tuxtype : -  Tuxtype is a sophisticated program, to practice typing
>>>  in different
>>>  languages, and it is written in C and powered by SDL. We have made it
>>>  accessible and
>>>  one can learn typing in a game like way. We have also added a six key
>>>  component in it and it is available as
>>>  tuxtype braille.
>>>
>>>
>>>  4 Tuxmaths : - Tuxmaths is a game for practicing basic mathematical
>>>  skills. Lan Multiplayer is also possible and accessible.
>>>
>>>  5 Chess accessibility : - We have made Xboard accessible. Xboard an
>>>  application for playing chess
>>>  using different chess engines.
>>>
>>>  6 Accessible Musical Instrument : - We have provided latest version of
>>>  Linux MultiMedia Studio(LMMS) which is accessible. LMMS is an
>>>  ingenious music producer and editor.
>>>  We have also provided a menu item named Instruments inside sound and
>>>  video menu to play Instruments via LMMS.
>>>
>>>  7 Office suit : - A visually challenged person can use more accessible
>>>  open office spreadsheet,
>>>  And Libreoffice Writer for Document purposes.
>>>
>>>  8 Fixes for ORCA Screen Reader : - We have made small changes in orca.
>>>  One of which allow smooth continuous reading
>>>  which can be enabled by selecting "Sentence(Using Full stop)" in
>>>  Say-All-By Option. Another change is we have removed
>>>  call to window.clearCache() which quit orca while closing or switch
>>>  between applications. This can be reverted using the
>>>  menu item inside Universal Access Menu.
>>>
>>>  9 Artha - English offline Dictionary, Select the word and press
>>>  Alt+Ctrl+W in order to get the meaning.
>>>
>>>  10 SMPlayer : - Play audio's and Video's in any speed.
>>>
>>>  11 Sharada-Braille-Writer : - Simple text editor for typing in six key
>>>  Braille mode.
>>>
>>>  12 Chrome With Speech : - Accessible Chrome Web Browser.
>>>
>>>  13 Hydrogen : - Play Drums.
>>>
>>>  14 Audacity : - Sound recording and editing.
>>>
>>>  15 Curlew : - Easy to use accessible multimedia converter.
>>>
>>>  16 Daisy-Player : - Play daisy audio formats.
>>>
>>>  17 eBook-Speaker : - Read ebook aloud.
>>>
>>>  19 CPU-G : - View your system configuration, Kernel Version, etc.
>>>
>>>  20 Format-USB : - format USB pendrive or external hard-drive.
>>>
>>>  21 VCD-Imager : - Extract video from VCD/DVD.
>>>
>>>  22 Pidgin : - Universal chat client.
>>>
>>>  23 Calibre : - Manage E-book collections as well as to create, edit,
>>>  and read e-books.
>>>
>>>  24 Audacious : - Audio Player.
>>>
>>>  25 blueman : - BlueTooth manager.
>>>
>>>  26 Periodic-Table : - Accessible Periodic Table.
>>>
>>>  27 Grub-Customizer : - Change boot entries of operating systems.
>>>
>>>  28 Gparted : - Accessible partitioner for your storage devices.
>>>
>>>  Thanking you cocofrix team.
>>>
>>>
>>>  --
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>>>  Log bugs and feature requests at http://bugzilla.gnome.org
>>
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Re: [orca-list] Accessible-Coconut version 16.04.22 Released

Dave Hunt-4
How's the wifi working in your coconut?


I notice that some of the accessibility programs are not in repository;
have the packagers considered making a ppa for this stuff?  Pushing
updates of the unpackaged stuff is going to be hard.




--Dave



This coconut is accessible via machete!



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> I think so long as ifconfig is available I'll be able to get my wifi
> adapter up and running.  It turns out ifconfig needs to bring the
> interface up before nmtui is used.

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Re: [orca-list] Accessible-Coconut version 16.04.22 Released

Jude DaShiell-2
Now it's working fine.  Coconut renamed my wifi connection and once I
brought it up with ifconfig nmtui with activate selection and the
correct Essid was able to do the rest.

On Wed, 29 Nov 2017, Dave Hunt wrote:

> Date: Wed, 29 Nov 2017 15:48:35
> From: Dave Hunt <[hidden email]>
> To: [hidden email]
> Subject: Re: [orca-list] Accessible-Coconut version 16.04.22 Released
>
> How's the wifi working in your coconut?
>
>
> I notice that some of the accessibility programs are not in repository; have
> the packagers considered making a ppa for this stuff?? Pushing updates of the
> unpackaged stuff is going to be hard.
>
>
>
>
> --Dave
>
>
>
> This coconut is accessible via machete!
>
>
>
> On Wednesday 29 November 2017 12:56 PM, Jude DaShiell wrote:
>>  I think so long as ifconfig is available I'll be able to get my wifi
>>  adapter up and running.? It turns out ifconfig needs to bring the
>>  interface up before nmtui is used.
>
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Re: [orca-list] Accessible-Coconut version 16.04.22 Released

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Anyone else notice that, when launching firefox for the first time or
when waking from suspend, orca cannot focus on the window? Switching out
of ff and back doesn't seem to fix this; best thing seems to be
replacing or restarting orca. I thought, maybe, it had to do with the
script that turns the screen off, but, the behavior is same whether
screen is on or not.  I'd post this to Accessible Coconut's mailing
list, but my request to subscribe still awaits approval.



Cheers,



Dave




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Re: [orca-list] Accessible-Coconut version 16.04.22 Released

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What's the status of screen-saver and low power mode?  If one or both
are enabled they could be contributing or responsible.
On Thu, 30 Nov 2017,
David Hunt wrote:

> Date: Thu, 30 Nov 2017 13:58:35
> From: David Hunt <[hidden email]>
> To: [hidden email]
> Subject: Re: [orca-list] Accessible-Coconut version 16.04.22 Released
>
> Anyone else notice that, when launching firefox for the first time or when
> waking from suspend, orca cannot focus on the window? Switching out of ff and
> back doesn't seem to fix this; best thing seems to be replacing or restarting
> orca. I thought, maybe, it had to do with the script that turns the screen
> off, but, the behavior is same whether screen is on or not.? I'd post this to
> Accessible Coconut's mailing list, but my request to subscribe still awaits
> approval.
>
>
>
> Cheers,
>
>
>
> Dave
>
>
>
>
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Amir-Trend Plus
hi,
although no respond but just want to ask.
about the braille writer program, can we save it in braille format,
.brf formats?
and, what version of espeak is used in this, 1.49 or not? cause I need
the Arabic speech.
thanks

2017-12-01 4:41 GMT+08:00, Jude DaShiell <[hidden email]>:

> What's the status of screen-saver and low power mode?  If one or both
> are enabled they could be contributing or responsible.
> On Thu, 30 Nov 2017,
> David Hunt wrote:
>
>> Date: Thu, 30 Nov 2017 13:58:35
>> From: David Hunt <[hidden email]>
>> To: [hidden email]
>> Subject: Re: [orca-list] Accessible-Coconut version 16.04.22 Released
>>
>> Anyone else notice that, when launching firefox for the first time or when
>>
>> waking from suspend, orca cannot focus on the window? Switching out of ff
>> and
>> back doesn't seem to fix this; best thing seems to be replacing or
>> restarting
>> orca. I thought, maybe, it had to do with the script that turns the screen
>>
>> off, but, the behavior is same whether screen is on or not.? I'd post this
>> to
>> Accessible Coconut's mailing list, but my request to subscribe still
>> awaits
>> approval.
>>
>>
>>
>> Cheers,
>>
>>
>>
>> Dave
>>
>>
>>
>>
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>> https://help.gnome.org/users/gnome-help/stable/a11y.html
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So I thought I would post an update here, hopefully this is going to the entire list, but anyways so far I'm liking coconut, but I've downloaded the and to goes image twice, the second time I tried it with Rufus the utility used or one of the utilities use to write images to USB, oddly enough, it told me that there was 1.5 gigs missing from the image! Though it didn't say it was incomplete, or partial, but that's what Rufus told me, Windows didn't say anything otherwise. So I don't know what the hell is up with that image of sonar, it's the latest release, and I still have yet to get it to boot on 3 different machines! I put it in, and absolutely nothing happens. I have formatted this drive more than I can count, I have actually had coconut on it, no take that back, I had another distribution of sonar, a while back, on it, and it worked, but antigos, for some reason wants to be a pain.


On Nov 28, 2017 15:07, "Jude DaShiell" <[hidden email]> wrote:
I installed it and think networkmanager got updated recently upstream. This is unfortunate since now my rtl8187B wifi adapter can no longer connect to the internet.  The connection is found; the correct password is entered but no activation is possible.

On Tue, 28 Nov 2017, Sath Linux wrote:

Date: Tue, 28 Nov 2017 00:38:46
From: Sath Linux <[hidden email]>
To: orca-list <[hidden email]>, [hidden email],
    ai <[hidden email]>
Subject: [orca-list] Accessible-Coconut version 16.04.22 Released

Dear friends,
We cocofrix team are very happy to announce the release of
Accessible-Coconut 16.04.22.
Accessible coconut is a Gnu/Linux based operating system customized to
meet the challenges
caused by impaired vision.

Latest Version can be downloaded from : www.cocofrix.com

Special features of this distribution..

1 All the libraries in the world are accessible before the visually
challenged. Linux intelligent OCR solution. Lios is a tool
developed by our team which can help a person to read printed
materials in almost all the prominent languages of the world including
Indian languages like Hindi, Malayalam, Tamil, etc. Lios has all the
facilities required for a standard OCR tool such as pdf conversion,
image conversion, acquire image from scanner, screenshot ocr, go to page,
go to line, page settings, Audio Converter, Text Cleaner, and like.
Lios has a low vision environment with facility to change Text Color,
Background Color, Font, and facility to Read with Highlight.
Lios use Tesseract 4.0 and Cuneiform as OCR Engines.

2 IBus-Sharada-Braille : - a system wide input method for producing text.
One can use six key approach for Brailler mode,  for producing text in
different languages.  Letter f, d, s, j, k, l represent the six dots
of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, of braille and we can use different combinations
for different letters.
All the contractions and Abbreviations in English are included in the tool
as default. And again, one can create any number of contractions and
abbreviations of one?s own choice in any language. We have provided a
language editor for adding languages, abbreviation editor,
and a preference to select any key to represent the braille dots.
We have also provided seven and eight keys to support languages like
Japanese, and Chinese.
One hand mode. We have added a feature which helps a person with one
hand to use IBus-Sharada-Braille.


3 Tuxtype : -  Tuxtype is a sophisticated program, to practice typing
in different
languages, and it is written in C and powered by SDL. We have made it
accessible and
one can learn typing in a game like way. We have also added a six key
component in it and it is available as
tuxtype braille.


4 Tuxmaths : - Tuxmaths is a game for practicing basic mathematical
skills. Lan Multiplayer is also possible and accessible.

5 Chess accessibility : - We have made Xboard accessible. Xboard an
application for playing chess
using different chess engines.

6 Accessible Musical Instrument : - We have provided latest version of
Linux MultiMedia Studio(LMMS) which is accessible. LMMS is an
ingenious music producer and editor.
We have also provided a menu item named Instruments inside sound and
video menu to play Instruments via LMMS.

7 Office suit : - A visually challenged person can use more accessible
open office spreadsheet,
And Libreoffice Writer for Document purposes.

8 Fixes for ORCA Screen Reader : - We have made small changes in orca.
One of which allow smooth continuous reading
which can be enabled by selecting "Sentence(Using Full stop)" in
Say-All-By Option. Another change is we have removed
call to window.clearCache() which quit orca while closing or switch
between applications. This can be reverted using the
menu item inside Universal Access Menu.

9 Artha - English offline Dictionary, Select the word and press
Alt+Ctrl+W in order to get the meaning.

10 SMPlayer : - Play audio's and Video's in any speed.

11 Sharada-Braille-Writer : - Simple text editor for typing in six key
Braille mode.

12 Chrome With Speech : - Accessible Chrome Web Browser.

13 Hydrogen : - Play Drums.

14 Audacity : - Sound recording and editing.

15 Curlew : - Easy to use accessible multimedia converter.

16 Daisy-Player : - Play daisy audio formats.

17 eBook-Speaker : - Read ebook aloud.

19 CPU-G : - View your system configuration, Kernel Version, etc.

20 Format-USB : - format USB pendrive or external hard-drive.

21 VCD-Imager : - Extract video from VCD/DVD.

22 Pidgin : - Universal chat client.

23 Calibre : - Manage E-book collections as well as to create, edit,
and read e-books.

24 Audacious : - Audio Player.

25 blueman : - BlueTooth manager.

26 Periodic-Table : - Accessible Periodic Table.

27 Grub-Customizer : - Change boot entries of operating systems.

28 Gparted : - Accessible partitioner for your storage devices.

Thanking you cocofrix team.


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