I installed Debian 12 from a DVD image and chosed Gnome for the desktop system. If I’m not mistaken, Genome version 43 should be installed on my system.
Since I’m almost blind, I use the Orca screen reader that comes with it. Since I can’t work with the mouse, I have to use the key combinations to operate most programs.
To see a list of keyboard shortcuts for each program, I navigate to the program’s primary menu and select Keyboard Shortcuts. A help window will then open, showing the key combinations for the respective program. I have included an example of this window as an image in the appendix.
Unfortunately, Orca cannot read the list of keyboard shortcuts.
so i wanted to ask if there is a way to have orca read these shortcuts to me or maybe the list of shortcuts is stored in a config file that i can open from the terminal.
I would be very happy about help.