Re: Open Office?

V Stuart Foote

They both are iaccessible2 based implementations and depend on NVDAs iaccessible2 module just as the Mozilla components do.  An Extension to enhance things for NVDA users would be nice of course.

As to LibreOffices "off-line" a.k.a. "built-in" help, it must be downloaded separately to the program installer and then installed.  Absent the "off-line" help installation, the help dialogs will open in a Web browser, also the content of the "off-line" help becomes the content of the "Extended tips" that will sound with NVDA and other assistive technology tools.

Once installed, for exposure to Assistive Technology tools, users need to enable "extended tips" from the Tools -> Options -> LibreOffice -> General configuration tab. It is a checkbox.

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