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I now understand the distinction, but I'll have to defer to someone else here
who uses Outlook who may be able to answer your question - I don't use
Outlook, so I'm sorry but I can't tell you how to do this with NVDA.
On Monday 04 September 2017 at 22:21:03, Casey wrote:
Hi sorry about that.
When I am using Jaws and delete the message I am currently reading.
It will open the next one and read it right away.
Now when I use NVDA and delete the message that I am reading.
And it will open the next one but I have to hit the NVDA key and down arrow
then it will read the message.
So I hope that clears that up.
How do I make NVDA do what Jaws does when reading and deleting A message
and moving on to the next message and having it read it?
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Antony
Sent: Monday, September 04, 2017 8:49 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] getting messages to automatically read in outlook when
I'm not quite sure what the problem is here. You say that with JAWS:
"I can open a message and then read it and hit control delete and I will go
on to the next message".
I assume you mean it's deleted the first message as well.
Then you say that with NVDA:
"I can do this it will delete the message that I just read, but then it
will open the next one"
You then say you have to use NVDA-down to actually read that message.
Maybe it's just because of the different wording you've used, but what's
the difference between JAWS, which "goes on to the next message", and NVDA,
which "deletes the message you just read and then opens the next one"?
To me these things sound the same.
On Monday 04 September 2017 at 15:39:23, Casey wrote:
Hi when I am using Jaws and the latest version of outlook.
I can open A message and then read it and hit control delete and I will
go on to the next message.
Now if I use NVDA I can do this it will delete the message that I just
But then it will open the next on and I will have to use the NVDA key and
down arrow to read the next message.
Can you get an add on that will fix that or is that just the way things
work with that screen reader?
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