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Orca Screen Reader
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Located in ../orca.desktop.in.h:2
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Provide access to graphical desktop environments via synthesized speech and/or refreshable braille
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Located in ../orca.desktop.in.h:3
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Screen Reader
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Located in ../orca.desktop.in.h:1
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No application has focus.
Translators: This message presents the fact that no accessible application has
has keyboard focus.
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Located in ../src/orca/messages.py:1621
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shared ancestor %s
Translators: Orca has a feature in which users can store/save a particular
location in an application window and return to it later by pressing a
keystroke. These stored/saved locations are "bookmarks". This string is
presented to the user to indicate the current object and the bookmarked
object share a common ancestor.
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Located in ../src/orca/messages.py:81
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(%d dialog)
(%d dialogs)
Translators: This message informs the user how many unfocused alert and
dialog windows a newly (re)focused application has. It is added at the
end of a braille message containing the app which just claimed focus.
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Located in ../src/orca/messages.py:2275
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Line Up
Translators: this is a command for a button on a refreshable braille display
(an external hardware device used by people who are blind). When pressing the
button, the display scrolls up.
(no translation yet)
Located in ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:586
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Line Down
Translators: this is a command for a button on a refreshable braille display
(an external hardware device used by people who are blind). When pressing the
button, the display scrolls down.
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Located in ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:591
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Six Dots
Translators: this is a command for a button on a refreshable braille display
(an external hardware device used by people who are blind). When pressing the
button, the display toggles between six-dot braille and eight-dot braille.
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Located in ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:616
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Cut Begin
Translators: this is a command for a button on a refreshable braille display
(an external hardware device used by people who are blind). This command
represents the start of a selection operation. It is called "Cut Begin" to map
to what BrlTTY users are used to: in character cell mode operation on virtual
consoles, the act of copying text is erroneously called a "cut" operation.
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Located in ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:630
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