On Windows 7, 64-bit. A valid 32-bit JRE (1.7u5) and correctly configured Oracle Java Access Bridge (2012.2.1) are installed and correctly configured.
Preform clean Windows MSI package install of LibreOffice 220.127.116.11 beta 3 "Run as administrator".
Use MS Orca to edit and remove all but 1033 language value from MSI summary.
Proceed with installation.
Select custom mode.
Deselect all Additionl interface languages but English US
Deselect all dictionaries but English US
When presented panel with check boxes selected both:
Add Start Link to Desktop
Enable Assistive Technology Tools
Installation completes as expected.
Start link shows up on desktop as expected.
When I run LOdev 3.6 and select:
Tools --> Options --> Java
Java checkbox is not selected, no JRE radio button is active
Tools --> Options --> Accessibility
Support assistive technology tools (program restart required)
check box is not selected
Believe intention of adding the Enable assitive technology tools option during installation was to toggle these settings to allow disabled users to immediately be able to work with LO.
This does not appear to be functioning correctly as installation option.
Existing manual activation of Java and Accessibility are fully functional and the Assistive Technology tools all function as expected. The JRE/JAB based NVDA screen reader is fully functional in LOdev 3.6. Again just the automated Accessibility configuration of the Windows installer does not seem to be functioning as intended.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 39833 ***
(In reply to comment #0)
> Preform clean Windows MSI package install of LibreOffice 18.104.22.168 beta 3 "Run as
Since these settings are per Windows user account ( javasettings_Windows_x86.xml in the Config folder, and also in the registrysettings.xcu in the User folder ) checked possibility that they had been recorded into the Administrator account during installation.
They are not, same lack of configuration of Assistive technology tools.