[qubes-users] Screenreader - accessibility

2020-12-14 Thread 'Reece O'Bryan' via qubes-users
Thank you for the replies! This definitely helps me to understand Qubes better. If this is the process for an application being passed along with dom0, would it be possible to actually use this process to an advantage in my case? If you are saying what I think you are and essentially a scanned

Re: [qubes-users] Screenreader - accessibility

2020-12-14 Thread Michael Carbone
On 12/13/20 5:17 PM, 'Reece O'Bryan' via qubes-users wrote: Hello, I am wondering if anyone has any ideas as to how I could run a screen reader in Qubes. I use Orca with Debian-based systems, would it be possible to do the same thing? I do realize that blind people that want privacy or an

Re: [qubes-users] Screenreader - accessibility

2020-12-13 Thread Sven Semmler
On 12/13/20 4:17 PM, 'Reece O'Bryan' via qubes-users wrote: I am wondering if anyone has any ideas as to how I could run a screen reader in Qubes. I use Orca with Debian-based systems, would it be possible to do the same thing? I am afraid that's going to be a though one. The way I understand

[qubes-users] Screenreader - accessibility

2020-12-13 Thread 'Reece O'Bryan' via qubes-users
Hello, I am wondering if anyone has any ideas as to how I could run a screen reader in Qubes. I use Orca with Debian-based systems, would it be possible to do the same thing? I do realize that blind people that want privacy or an extremely small minority. However, I think that people that are

[qubes-users] Screenreader - accessibility

2020-12-13 Thread 'Reece O'Bryan' via qubes-users
Hello, I am wondering if anyone has any ideas as to how I could run a screen reader in Qubes. I use Orca with Debian-based systems, would it be possible to do the same thing? I do realize that bond people that want privacy or an extremely small minority. However, I think that people that are