A new snapshot of the cspi-dbus bridge has been released. Together with the Qt 4 D-BUS bindings, it is now possible to write KDE assistive technologies that transparently interact with Qt/KDE applications as well as GTK/GNOME applications. Dot Categories: Accessibility Comments I love transparency :) by KTROLL (not verified) > that transparently interact with Qt/KDE applications as well as > GTK/GNOME applications. Now someone must write GTK/GNOME applications that transparently interact with other GTK/GNOME applications :) /me hides Re: I love transparency :) by me (not verified) lol, good one! have a nice day everyone! KDM Accessibility by Henrik (not verified) Does KDM have the ability to launch access features at this point? It can be very useful, because some people may have a difficult time actually logging in without their specific assistive technology. I believe the new GDM has this support. Work to be done... by Andre Somers (not verified) If this is going to be used, there is work to be done to make it actually usable I think. Just look at the third screenshot provided (Kicker; http://trolls.troll.no/~harald/accessibility/accessibility3.png). A whole lot of "no description" labels that make it impossible to actually distinguish anything usefull. I think it will be a lot of work before each and every application can provide usefull information via such an interface.