I've had this problem for a while, but I want to take care of it now. Anyway, I've been wanting to use Mousetweaks for some of its click functions for a while, now, but GNOME's Assistive Technology features fail to activate.
I have "Enable assistive technologies" checked in "Preferences > Assistive Technologies." However, if I go to "Preferences > Mouse" and try to activate any of the mouse functions under the "Accessibility" tab, it tells me that Assistive Technologies is not enabled, though it is. Finally, whenever I log in (after typing my password and pressing enter, and after the screen blanks, but before anything new appears and before it even loads my settings), I get this message:
Trouble is, the "at-spi" package is installed... I don't know what to do.Assistive technology support has been requested for this session, but the accessibility registry was not found. Please ensure that the AT-SPI package is installed. Your session has been started without assistive technology support.
Any help would be appreciated. Thanks! (I'm using 8.04 "Hardy Heron")