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You can toggle this setting with the key combination
NVDA + Ctrl + t.
I use it a lot, because keeping the cursor tethered to Review doesn't show a lot of stuff on the left of the braille display. On the other hand, when I do translations and need to use cursor routing a lot, I need the cursor to be tied to Focus.
Il 06/06/2017 02:42, Quentin Christensen ha scritto:
No problem at all, easy to do! I'm glad it was a nice easy fix :)
On Tue, Jun 6, 2017 at 8:19 AM, Jason White via Groups.Io <jason@... <mailto:jason@...>> wrote:
Thank you, and my apologies - I overlooked that setting, which
must have been
changed at some point for some reason. The method you describe
below worked as
Quentin Christensen <quentin@...
> Hi Jason,
> If you open NVDA's Braille settings:
> 1. Press NVDA+n (your NVDA key should be either INSERT or CAPS LOCK)
> 2. Press P for preferences
> 3. Press R for Braille (or down arrow to "Braille Settings" and
> There is an option in there "Braille tethered to". It sounds
like yours is
> tethered to "Review". If you change that to "Focus", it will
move the text
> cursor as you expect.
> You can also press NVDA+control+t to toggle this. Possibly you
> accidentally pressed this when intending to read the title bar
of a window?
> On Sun, Jun 4, 2017 at 11:36 PM, Jason White via Groups.Io <
> jason@... <mailto:email@example.com>> wrote:
> > Testing with NVDA 2017.2, I noticed that if I press a routing
button on a
> > braille display in Microsoft Outlook or Microsoft Word, the
cursor is shown
> > below the character next to the routing button (i.e., dots 7-8 are
> > displayed) but it turns out that the cursor has not moved at
all from its
> > prior location.
> > In this case, I tested with a Freedom Scientific Focus 40 Blue
> > Grade
> > II contracted braille enabled, with computer braille for the
word under the
> > cursor.
> > Is this a known issue, or can others on the list reproduce it?
> Quentin Christensen
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