I almost never used Internet Explorer. I tried this number issue
on the referenced page with Internet Explorer 11 from Windows
8.1. It still shows the same misrepresentation as does NVDA, but
for some reason, a number of synthesizers pronounce it
differently. With punctuation turned to all, you hear a price
which using individual character (left/right arrow keys) movement,
shows the same for example, $16.99 reads $16999. However, the
voices/synthesizer say (spelling this out for clarification)
dollars 16 ninety nine.
This is interesting and I'm afraid I don't have the technical
knowledge to determine just what is happening.
On 4/30/2016 1:14 AM, Patrick Le
not surprising... they don't put any point, they put the cents in
small, placed like an exponant. In code, that means
Le 30/04/2016 à 04:17, Shaun Everiss a écrit :
Yes I have that issue with a computer site
I think what is happening is that decimal points are just not
Ie if something says it is 30.00 it will say 3000.
if say something is 20000.44
you will get 1600044.
If the price seems to high, you may try to manually add in the
sometimes it works well enough sometimes but more often not.
Its like some things that are for old ie and other things who
But the pages are not getting their points rendered right and
in firefox for a while now.
On 30/04/2016 8:49 a.m., Ron Canazzi wrote:
I am wondering if anyone else is having this problem. When I
below web page on the Creative Laqs site, I get oddities with
for the various products. For example, many of the prices are
ridiculously high such as $16999 for a set of small portable
When examining it closely, it seems these figures are deleting
point and replacing it with the first digit after the decimal
the above example should actually read $16.99. This has
number of times over the years. Here is the page.
They Ask Me If I'm Happy; I say Yes.
They ask: "How Happy are You?"
I Say: "I'm as happy as a stow away chimpanzee on a banana boat!"