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GNOME 2.8 Desktop Accessibility Guide V2.8.0
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Located in C/gnome-access-guide.xml:153(revnumber)
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GNOME 2.6 Desktop Accessibility Guide V2.6.0
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Located in C/gnome-access-guide.xml:168(revnumber)
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Sun Microsystems
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Located in C/gnome-access-guide.xml:173(para) C/gnome-access-guide.xml:184(para) C/gnome-access-guide.xml:199(para) C/gnome-access-guide.xml:215(para) C/gnome-access-guide.xml:227(para)
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GNOME 2.4 Desktop Accessibility Guide V2.4.0
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Located in C/gnome-access-guide.xml:179(revnumber)
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GNOME 2.2 Desktop Accessibility Guide V2.2.0
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Located in C/gnome-access-guide.xml:194(revnumber)
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GNOME 2.0 Desktop for the Solaris Operating Environment Accessibility Guide V2.1
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Located in C/gnome-access-guide.xml:209(revnumber)
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GNOME 2.0 Desktop for the Solaris Operating Environment Accessibility Guide V2.0
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Located in C/gnome-access-guide.xml:221(revnumber)
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If you load the <literal>keymouselistener</literal> and <literal>dwellmouselistener</literal> GtkModules in the GDM configuration file, you can assign user actions to launch specific assistive technologies at login time. These user actions are called gestures. The gesture associations are contained in the following GDM configuration files:
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Located in C/gnome-access-guide.xml:275(para)
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If there is a tendency for a user to start an application unintentionally, you can associate the gestures with multiple switch presses or minimum durations. For example, the following line starts <application>On-Screen Keyboard</application> in inverse scanning mode when the user presses the switch that is defined as Switch 2 three times within two seconds, for a minimum of 100 milliseconds for each press:
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Located in C/gnome-access-guide.xml:332(para)
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Users who use single switches may prefer to start <application>On-Screen Keyboard</application> in automatic scanning mode. The following line starts <application>On-Screen Keyboard</application> in automatic scanning mode when the user presses the switch on an alternative access device for more than four seconds:
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Located in C/gnome-access-guide.xml:341(para)
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