[Bug 461710] Do not set GNOME_ACCESSIBILITY environment variable.
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Mon Jul 30 09:47:54 UTC 2007
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------- Comment #10 from Li Yuan 2007-07-30 09:47 UTC -------
Thanks. I think LDTP/Dogtail do not only need to tell applications to start
with accessibility support but also need to start at-spi-registryd to enable
the accessibility frame work, or there is no use to only start applications
with accessibility support.
Now, at-spi-registryd is started by gnome-session on normal desktop. Maybe
LDTP/Dogtail start it by itself, if so, setting GTK_MODULES to
"gail:atk-bridge" can tell applications to load accessibility libraries. But if
at-spi-registryd is started by gnome-session in LDTP/Dogtail, we still need to
tell gnome-session to start it, by setting either the environment variable or
the gconf key.
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