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The followup message is written so as to indicate
an unawareness of the procedure I gave. This procedure is perfectly
adequate. But at this point, since the second message indicated an evident
lack of knowledge of the procedure, I asnwered it appropriately. The
original writer can tell us if he wants a different way of doing things.
Sometimes, when answering a
question, yto answer it effectively, you go beyond the lite4ral question.
Why is it being asked?
----- Original Message
Sent: Friday, January 26, 2018 10:53 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] An easier command to copy current
The request was to press the read line key three times to
copy to the clipboard like the title command currently does.
This is a simple request and I personally think a great
The keystrokes listed below work but are not what was asked
or requested at all.
[mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Gene
January 26, 2018 9:41 AM
Re: [nvda] An easier command to copy current line?
You would do better to
ask if or how something can be done instead of assuming it can't. The
ability to copy material to the clipboard using object navigation has existed
for quite some time.
Be at the beginning of
what you want to copy. Issue the command NVDA key f9. Move to the
end of what you want to copy. Issue the command NVDA key f10 twice
quickly. The first time selects the material, the second time copies it to
----- Original Message
Sent: Friday, January 26,
2018 10:10 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] An easier
command to copy current line?
For instance let's say I'm in
Filesilla (the FTP client) from within the
Read-only field where the
connection status and other info is coming out
onscreen, thus with NVDA+l I
can read the current line as the
information is being displayed. What I?d
like to do is to somehow copy
this info onto the clipboard kind of like what
NVDA+t 3 times does to
copy to the clipboard.
El 26/01/2018 a las
10:08 a.m., Brian's Mail list account via Groups.Io
exactly are you attempting to copy from?
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> briang1@..., putting
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> ----- Original Message
----- From: "Gerardo Corripio"
> To: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Friday, January 26, 2018 11:27 AM
> Subject: [nvda] An easier command to
copy current line?
>> Don't you all think that there
should be an easy command kind of like
>> NVDA+t three times, that
would when doing, NVDA+l in Laptop layout,
>> for the current line's
contents to be copied onto the Clipboard? for
>> instance a File name,
an error command etc. Yes there's the Speech
>> History which I do
have, but it doesn't always seem to work right, in
>> that it doesn't
seem to capture the totaity of what NVDA has said: ON
commands, for instance, instead of copying the whole command, it
only copies the last part of the message. Any ideas? thus my
requesting that some sort of easy copy current line command be