Re: stopping the word clickable.
The help section you tab to when on the attributes settings says something about changing things in a different part of settings, not in that dialog. Every item in the quick settings tree view has a a help field you can tab to from the tree view. You can move around it and read it as in any edit field. I think if you tab to it, it will read automatically, If it doesn't, you can read it as you would any edit field, using read to end, by line, etc.
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I just did as you suggested, and the Attributes Indicate can either be
checked or unchecked. I haven't found anything about individual
On 8/24/17, Gene <gsasner@...> wrote:
> My recollection is that in JAWS, clickable is only said once when a
> structure is encountered.
> There is a setting in the quick settings dialog to stop this and mouse over
> from being spoken. I don't know if it affects anything else. There appears
> to be a way to have control over individual attributes but I haven't looked
> into it.
> To see the information I saw, do the following:
> When your browser is opened and you are in the Virtual PC Cursor, open quick
> settings with JAWS Key v. Then down arrow until you get to attributes
> indicate. Change its state with the space bar. it's checked by default.
> If you tab once, you will be in a help field where you can see information
> about this setting and, evidently, how to control what is spoken for
> individual attributes.
> If you want to change the setting, change it and activate the ok button.
> I believe the change is permanently saved, not per session.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Kevin Huber
> Sent: Thursday, August 24, 2017 10:00 AM
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Re: [nvda] stopping the word clickable.
> Just to let everybody know, the same thing happens on JAWS. I haven't
> found a way to turn it off yet. I'm glad that there is a way in NVDA.
> Thanks for posting the instructions.
> Kevin Huber
> On 8/22/17, ken lawrence via Groups.Io <kenlawrence124@...>
>> Hi listers. ken here with a question. a user of out-of-sight just asked
>> does she stop NVDA from saying the word clickable. she was on the hadley
>> site and she was taking a test and before she got to the first question
>> said clickable on several places. how does she stop the NVDA from saying
>> clickable over and over on a page. one member suggested something about
>> changing object presentation. he also said something about turning use
>> screen layout off which is of course the default. any thoughts