Re: New custom NVDA Add-on. Who ask to?
As far as I understands, the plover software translates a key stroke from the steno machine into a series of multiple regular keyboard key strokes.
I believe it is crucial to know what serie of regular key strokes are generated when you perform such a delete: is it just multiple times a backspace, or is it creating a selection (e.g., multiple times generating a <SHIFT>+<LEFT ARROW>) followed by a <DELETE> or <BACKSPACE> key stroke, or even something else.
Given my very limited free time, I did not have the opportunity
to dive in the plover code. If you could have the developers give
a description on this, that would be very helpful to do any
testing from an NVDA point of view.
If I leave it checked, once pressed the "delete" button, NVDA reads just one letter of the deleted syllable.That suggests to me that plover probably generates multiple backspaces (or multiple delete key strokes).
Is it always reliably one character spoken? Always the first or last character deleted? Or the character following the deletion?
On 14/01/2018 18:37, Daniele Casarola wrote:
Thank you very much Joseph for your reply.