Hi Peter.
I did this and it still gives me the same error messages.
Not a big deal in the world but i Just thought i'd report the bug.

On 11/8/2013 2:31 AM, Peter Vágner wrote:
Hello,
I think this error is harmless and the outcome is that you have no access to read only edit fields found in openoffice e.g. the one where the errors are previewed in the spelling.
From the java accessibility bridge days and also from how this is working on linux I think you need to go to the open office options and under accessibility check the enable caret for read only documents.

If this is properly implemented in the IA2 branch this should hopefully enable you to access these read only documents and it will also stop generating the error in NVDA.
Also note that the error is not audible when running a release version of NVDA.

Greetings

Peter

On 08.11.2013 01:21, chris bruinenberg wrote:
Hi Jamie and others.
    I got it installed and I really am liking what i see so far.
not sure if this will be of any help  or not.
I create a new document with one or more spelling mistakes.
I press f7 to go to the spell checker and here is my log.
        I will attach it!
On 11/7/2013 4:06 PM, James Teh wrote:
Please note the following:
1. This build will no longer potentially break Windows accessibility or
accessibility of other applications, whether temporarily or for longer,
so it should be safe for more users to test now.
2. You no longer need to run OpenOffice as administrator to get
accessibility working. For now, you do need to run the registry patch
Stuart provided to enable accessibility, but this should hopefully be
enabled automatically in a later build.

Jamie

On 8/11/2013 9:59 AM, V Stuart Foote wrote:
Folks,

So a new Apache OpenOffice ia2  branch build --rev 1539225-- was posted up last night (7 Nov) to the Apache Buildbot server.

Here is the direct link:

http://ci.apache.org/projects/openoffice/install/w7ia2/Apache_OpenOffice_4.1.0_Win_x86_install_en-US.exe_1539225.exe

It is solid and ready for more beta testing.

Also, some have asked so here is the registry  hack to enable Assistive Technology Tools on the Apache OpenOffice builds (Java and ia2).  Place the following text, between the snips,  into a text file with a .R E G  (.reg) extension, and from Windows Explorer, use the  context menu to MERGE the registry value for each user needing AT support

<snip>
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\OpenOffice]
[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\OpenOffice\Accessibility]
[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\OpenOffice\Accessibility\AtToolSupport]
"SupportAssistiveTechnology"="true"
<snip>

Finally, in resolving some problems I was having with the last build, it looks like uninstalling the earlier ia2 builds (prior to rev 1538508) had a tendency to mangle MSAA assistive technology.    Jamie came up with the idea to re-register a couple of the accessibility DLL's.  So for anyone who been bit with non-working NVDA after an uninstall of Apache OpenOffice ia2 build in the past--here are the instructions.  Try them first before getting drastic with system recovery or, reinstall.

1) -- open a command window "Run as Administrator"
2) -- change directory to C:\Windows\system32
3) -- enter this command:    regsvr32.exe  oleacc.dll
4) -- enter this command:   regsvr32.exe  oleaut32.dll

Good luck.

Please post any accessibility issues you uncover while using this build of Apache OpenOffice.

And you can follow the issues with the ia2 branch on the Apache OpenOffice bugzilla site by browsing to this tracking bug:
https://issues.apache.org/ooo/show_bug.cgi?id=121767

Stuart




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