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Old 02-18-2016, 01:35 PM   #1
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at-spi-registryd not starting at startup?

Hey all. I need to enable the auto hide function of the Florence virtual keyboard. In order to do this, at-spi-registryd needs to be running. Whenever I start florence I get the following

Florence version 0.6.3
XRecord extension found version=1.13
At-spi registry daemon is not running. XTest extension found: version=2.2; It will be used instead of at-spi.
X11 composite extension detected. Semi-transparency is enabled.
DBus name aquired: org.florence.Keyboard
WARNING: AT-SPI has been disabled at compile time: auto-hide mode is disabled.
X11 composite extension detected. Semi-transparency is enabled.
I have checked and reinstalled at-spi-registryd and it is in the directory usr/lib/at-spi. Running it in the terminal gives me a command not found. It is detected by the Session and Startup menu as AT SPI Registry and is checked to start at startup.

Anyone have any idea what's going on here?

I am running Arch Linux with xfce4 desktop enviroment. Any help would be appreciated.

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