Usage of oleacc.dll

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Usage of oleacc.dll

marek.hanes
i have question about usage of oleacc.dll in firefox3/vistasp1. in
processmonitor i see huge amounts of registry calls for this library,
repeated over and over. this can be seen immediatelly after activating
window and remains few seconds after minimizing (all extensions
disabled). there are about two dozens of system calls that repeat. in
two seconds there is usually 50000 system calls recorded. firefox.exe
keeps cpu at 30%, even when showing already loaded webpage with static
content only. how can this be fixed?
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Re: Usage of oleacc.dll

Aaron Leventhal-3
Do you have a screen reader or some other assistive technology? Sounds
like you're running Vista -- maybe it's the Vista speech recognition?

Normally Firefox doesn't interact with oleacc.dll unless one of those
types of tools is running.

Let's figure it out, but you might have to try turning off various
pieces thing using your process viewer until you figure out what is
asking Firefox for it's accessible objects (that's what causes
oleacc.dll to be used).

Also, does this happen if you load about:blank?

- Aaron

On 9/24/2008 8:21 PM, [hidden email] wrote:
> i have question about usage of oleacc.dll in firefox3/vistasp1. in
> processmonitor i see huge amounts of registry calls for this library,
> repeated over and over. this can be seen immediatelly after activating
> window and remains few seconds after minimizing (all extensions
> disabled). there are about two dozens of system calls that repeat. in
> two seconds there is usually 50000 system calls recorded. firefox.exe
> keeps cpu at 30%, even when showing already loaded webpage with static
> content only. how can this be fixed?

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