Bug#859262: closed by Paul Gevers <elbrus at debian.org> (Bug#859262: fixed in gnome-orca 3.22.2-3)
miksuh at gmail.com
Tue May 23 18:57:55 UTC 2017
Unfortunately this did not fix the problem. The problem still exists. I
still have noticed this only when using Synaptic.
One interesting thing is that if it happens when I do this:
/) Go to eg virtual desktop 2 on Gnome/
2) start Synaptic on that virtual desktop
3) click Reload button
4) Go to e.g virtual desktop 1 and do something else like browse the web
using firefox or something else
5) Let Synaptic to finish reloading the repository information,
6) Go back to virtual desktop 2 where Synaptic is running and where it's
window is open
Orca stops speaking when you do the step 6. That happened again some
minutes ago and that has happened many times. Synaptic was running and
reloading on one virtual desktop and I was browsing facebook on another
virtual desktop. Everything worked just fine until I did goback to that
virtual desktop where Synaptic was running. When I did that Orca
immediately stopped to speak. When I closed the Synaptic using alt + f4
then Orca started to speak again.
And by the way I do not remember if this problem existed in Debian
Jessie. Both of my laptops are quite new. I first installed Debian
Jessien on those laptops, but I upgraded to Stretch soon after that. My
desktop computer is still running Debian 7.0 "Wheezy". I did not really
use Debian 8.0 "Jessie" much on those laptops so you can say that I
jumped from Wheezy to Stretch. This problem does not exist in Wheezy and
I really can not say if it existed in Jessie, but it does still exist in
Stretch. I do not know if this problem exists in new Stretch
installations. I am going to make a clean Stretch install when I buy the
new SSD disk, but I can not do that right now.
On 05/03/2017 09:51 PM, Debian Bug Tracking System wrote:
> This is an automatic notification regarding your Bug report
> which was filed against the gnome-orca package:
> #859262: gnome-orca: Gets stuck if target app is busy
> It has been closed by Paul Gevers <elbrus at debian.org>.
> Their explanation is attached below along with your original report.
> If this explanation is unsatisfactory and you have not received a
> better one in a separate message then please contact Paul Gevers <elbrus at debian.org> by
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