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Re: Is OpenUsability something for Emacs?

From: Miles Bader
Subject: Re: Is OpenUsability something for Emacs?
Date: Wed, 23 Aug 2006 11:24:00 +0900

Lennart Borgman <address@hidden> writes:
> To my surprise I could not use the keyboard to navigate 
> the "start menu". I had no mouse attached to that computer ...
> I found it hard to believe that such a big problem exists in GNOME. I 
> decided to wait until this problem is fixed. I am thinking about 
> contacting the GNOME developers.

FWIW, Alt-F1 brings up the Gnome "start" menu for me (after which you
can use the arrow keys move around in it).

[You can customize those global keybindings by selecting "Desktop >
Preferences > Keyboard Shortcuts" .]

Any man who is a triangle, has thee right, when in Cartesian Space, to
have angles, which when summed, come to know more, nor no less, than
nine score degrees, should he so wish.  [TEMPLE OV THEE LEMUR]

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