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Why Ubuntu's Orca don't read Java Frames on my desktop application?

Is it for everyone, or just for me?

All other applications are normally read.

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For Orca to work with Java applications, you need to install the "Java Access Bridge". For Ubuntu, install package libaccess-bridge-java.

For details see

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