is the menus in focus for nvda if not you might be able to see them but
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doesn not mean nvda is focused on them. There may be another windows
open that it is looking at.
some times using the alt key + tab key once or two times will do the trick.
On 24/02/2017 9:26 AM, Sam Bushman wrote:
NVDA speaks when I am not trying to view the menus. On all other pc's when I
press the down arrow it works great but, on this machine it doesn't speak
when we try to arrow trough the menus in nvda.
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if you do a say all use the nvda key + down arrow key it will read the whole
message and you will not hear blank lines where they are. you only hear them
if you do it a line at a time by using the down arrow key each time.
I find it useful hearing them when writing up stuff.
The command was for a desk top pc.
the second question that you asked if NVDA is talking when you bring up the
preferences menu, just use the down arrow key and it will speak the first
item on the menu and where ever you go to in the menus with the arrow keys.
Or is it some thing else like nvda not speaking at all on the pc?
On 24/02/2017 8:53 AM, Sam Bushman wrote:
I have two main issues with NVDA that are causing me trouble.
1. When I read email in outlook 2016 office 365 I get tons of blank
lines in the email. Is there a way to get rid of them?
Second: I have a machine with NVDA 17.1 on it, when I bring up the
NVDA menus they don't speak. Any ideas what I need to resolve?
Thanks so much for any input.
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