Re: Read current line 3 times to copy its content to clipboard?
Are you talking about the start and end marker command or the procedure to select a line in a document and copy it? I don't know of any other ways to do this.
----- Original Message -----
There is already a command to add a line to the clipboard, so there is
no point in duplication anyway.
On 4/20/17, Gene <gsasner@...> wrote:
> So that's support for making the feature require four repetitions instead of
> three. I'm not sure how much demand there is for such a command, no other
> screen-reader has it and usually, if I want to add something to the
> clipboard, it isn't one line. It's usually more or less. But there's
> nothing wrong with adding it, as long as the military spending is retained.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Kevin Huber
> Sent: Thursday, April 20, 2017 9:21 AM
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> Subject: Re: [nvda] Read current line 3 times to copy its content to
> Hi Gene:
> Actually the military spelling can be quite useful for people like
> myself who have a slight hearing problem and sometimes find that it is
> difficult to tell the difference between the letter t and the letter v
> for instance.
> Kevin Huber
> On 4/19/17, Gene <gsasner@...> wrote:
>> If military spelling is to be preserved, the command would have to be
>> times to copy to clip board. At present, one time says the current line.
>> Twice spells it. Three times spells it with military spelling. I don't
>> know if people use the military spelling option but three times to copy
>> clipboard would remove it.
>> On Wed, Apr 19, 2017 at 04:46 am, Gerardo Corripio wrote:
>>> I've always wondered with nvda Why not PUT IN A COMMAND OF 3-TIMES
>>> nvda+L (Laptop keyboard layout) that reads current line, 3-times so that
>>> what NVDA just read gets copied onto the Clipboard? Just like the logic
>>> behind NVDA+t 3-times to copy the title's content to the clipboard, the
>>> same logic could be applied to NVDA+l 3-times, right? it's just so
>>> natural of nvda+T 3-times that I've thought why not implement this into
>>> copy current line? I'm always looking for ways to better NVDA, thus the