You can't compare the Window-eyes mouse pointer to object navigation. You can give commands in NVDA for read current line, previous line, next line, and similar review commands
But you have to learn object navigation on its own.
Screen review should be easy to teach since it is similar. There are different commands but it's similar in movement and concept.
Commands such as read to end can be given. As for browse mode, commands are either similar or identical in Window-eyes or NVDA. I haven't used Window-eyes to any extent for years but just listing NVDA commands
such as move by heading, h, skip blocks of links, n, move to next button, b, etc. should be sufficient. It should be explained how to stop automatic going into browse mode and how to change audio indications to words.
As I more or less said earlier, most of what most users do is use program commands, Windows commands, and quick navigation commands.
In my opinion, that is the first important point to be made.
Maybe I'll try writing something.
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Sent: Tuesday, May 23, 2017 3:42 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Window-Eyes Tutorials and Transition
Give me a couple of days, Let me see what I can come up with
On 5/23/2017 2:38 PM, Brandon Cross wrote:
Yeah, agreed, I tried window eyes briefly, not enough to get a grasp on it, but if anyone did know both intimately, it would be a worthwhile venture to make a little cheat sheet, or more if needed. An article of sourts maybe.