Dear gnome team,
I have a suggestion for improving the Orca screen reader.
I have a severe visual impairment and therefore work with the screen reader Orca. However, I can see well enough to still be able to see the rough structure of a program window or a website. So I can work much faster when I can see where the screen reader’s focus is.
With the screen reader VoiceOver, Apple offers a very good example for the visual marking of the screen reader focus.
A function wich allows the mouse pointer to follow the focus of the screen reader is also very helpful if, for example, programs are not really accessible to use. This feature is also available in VoiceOver.
Such features would help me and probably many other people with a similar working technique to use the Gnome desktop faster and more efficiently.
Thank you for your time.