Re: NVDA with lefthanded keyboard


Tyler Spivey
 

The default keys can be redefined with the Input Gestures dialog.

NVDA also works with Sticky Keys, a feature built in to Windows which allows you to press modifier keys once and have them stick until another key is pressed.

On 5/16/2017 7:18 AM, Ann Byrne wrote:
My student is currently using a keyboard with the numpad, including the
enter key, to the left of the regular keys instead of the right. Using
capslock as the NVDA key. Is there an alternative to NVDA+down arrow
for sayAll? He can use the numpad keys, but that is only the review
cursor. Unable to use his right hand at all, he would have to reach
from capslock to the arrows to do this, yes? He's a guy with lovely
large hands ... but not quite *that large.

Any suggestions would be helpful.

Thanks,

Ann


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