Jean, Would you please provide the tutorial link again, I can't locate it. Thank You.
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On 12/8/2017 5:55 PM, Gene wrote:
Unless you really like manuals, and even if you do, I hope you seriously consider using the tutorial I linked to yesterday or another one. I haven't looked at any of the tutorials to any extent but I've talked with a number of people, all of them experienced Windows users and they all found the manual to be not very helpful on this subject. it's typical dry manual writing. Demonstration would, in my opinion for most people, be much more useful and clear.
----- Original Message -----
*From:* Brice Mijares <mailto:bricemijares@...>
*Sent:* Friday, December 08, 2017 4:38 PM
*To:* firstname.lastname@example.org <mailto:email@example.com>
*Subject:* Re: [nvda] screen review commands not working for me
I need to read the help manual to get a better understanding of these
modes. I think I'm confusing myself by using the up and down arrow keys
to look at a line, then use the numpad 8 to see if I'm on that line.
ETC. Thanks for the help.
On 12/8/2017 12:38 PM, Gene wrote:
> you must be in object navigation mode for these commands to work as
> described in the section of the tutorial being worked with
> *From:* Gene New Zealand <mailto:hurrikennyandopo@...>
> *Sent:* Friday, December 08, 2017 2:19 PM
> *To:* firstname.lastname@example.org <mailto:email@example.com>
> *Subject:* Re: [nvda] screen review commands not working for me
> could i ask in what program are you trying to do it in?
> On a desktop computer to go into screen review is the nvda key + 7 on
> the numeric keypad.
> The commands given are review text or text review commands you can use
> with screen review.
> Depending what you are trying to do you may need to route the mouse to
> that position? or activate a button with a object navigation command.
> Make sure also your num lock key is turned off.
> the other thing to is on the numeric keypad we can use screen review
> press the nvda key + 7 to go into that mode.
> Using the nvda key + 1 on the numeric keypad will take you down the
> modes like document review I think it is called and object navigation.
> the document review mode may only show in some applications. if it can.
> using the nvda key + 7 will take you back through the modes if there
> this may change in each application to what it reveals.
> Gene nz
> On 12/9/2017 8:20 AM, Brice Mijares wrote:
>> When I hit numpad 8 to read current line, it reads a completely
>> different line. Same with previous line, word or character ETC. The
>> tutorial was called getting started with NVDA.
>> On 12/8/2017 10:50 AM, Gene wrote:
>>> What do you mean when you say they don't work? Assuming the commands
>>> are doing something, what are they doing?
>>> ----- original Message -----
>>> *From:* Brice Mijares <mailto:bricemijares@...>
>>> *Sent:* Friday, December 08, 2017 12:45 PM
>>> *To:* firstname.lastname@example.org <mailto:email@example.com>
>>> *Subject:* [nvda] screen review commands not working for me
>>> I've been trying to follow the following directions, but these
>>> directions are not working for me. I made sure I was in desktop layout.
>>> It was a brief tutorial by Joseph Lee and I had copied it to
>>> was trying to use the numpad keys to read it.
>>> Screen review commands
>>> Note the pattern as I give these commands:
>>> Read previous line, numpad 7.
>>> Read current line, numpad 8.
>>> Read next line, numpad nine.
>>> You move in screen review to the previous or next line when you issue
>>> those commands. You can keep moving and reading until you get to
>>> or bottom of the screen.
>>> Read previous word, numpad 4.
>>> Read current word, numpad 5.
>>> Read next word, numpad 6.
>>> Read previous character, numpad 1.
>>> Read current character, numpad 2.
>>> Read next character, numpad 3.
>>> Note the pattern:
>>> Thanks for any suggestions.
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