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Ow'w'w, Gawod! Gr'roass! Don't tell me I have to
have Openbook installed for the OCR in JFW to work! I happen to, so woohoo me,
but for those who don't, that could really pose a major major
Co-founder of Genuine Safe Haven
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, September 01, 2017 8:37
Subject: Re: [nvda] ocr
They are joining Jaws and Openbook...
That is a OCR
application feature and not a screen reader feature.
To have that in
NVDA we will need a virtual printer to send the resultant
image to the
Windows 10 OCR engine, and hoping that the engine allows
De: Don H
2 de setembro de 2017 01:16
With the OCR function in Jaws 2018 beta you find the file
you want to
OCR in file explorer then open the context menu for the file
arrow down to recoginize with Jaws and hit enter. You then have a
that you can read and or copy.
On 9/1/2017 7:12 PM, Rui
> Can you explain the differences?
> When I used
Jaws, the difference was not much, as I remember...
> -----Mensagem Original----- De: Don H
> Data: 2 de
setembro de 2017 01:03
> Para: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Sorry to say that the OCR function in Jaws 2018 is
much easier than the
> OCR in NVDA. I say sorry because I like
using NVDA much better than