Hello Quentin and all,
I have screen reader support enabled, braille support enabled in
Unfortunately, I still cannot find any option in the Google Sheets
settings, to enable Braille Support.
In their help section Google say:
"Turn on Braille support
1. Open a Docs file on your computer:
•Docs, Slides, or Drawings: Open the file in Google Chrome, Firefox,
Safari, or Internet Explorer.
•Sheets: Braille support in Sheets is available on Chrome OS with
the ChromeVox screen reader. Please make sure that you have the
latest versions of Chrome OS and ChromeVox. We’re working to add
support for other platforms and screen readers.
2. If you haven't already turned on screen reader support for the
Docs editors, press Ctrl + Alt + z (Windows) or ⌘ + Option + z
3. In the Accessibility menu, select Settings.
4. Select Enable Braille support.
If you turn Braille support on in Docs, Sheets, Slides, or Drawings,
the setting applies whenever you sign in to any of these editors."
On this page,
"Braille displays can already be used to read and edit texts in
Docs, Slides, and Drawings. With the added support for Sheets, users
will now be able to read and edit cell contents, as well as navigate
between cells on a sheet. According to Google’s blog post, this will
only be available on Chrome OS with the ChromeVox screen reader, for
now. The company says it is working to add support for other
platforms and screen readers."
So I thought that with this announcement on what's new in NVDA, the
support would work, but it still does not here.
Thank you for any information you can find.
Le 09/03/2018 à 06:16, Quentin
Christensen a écrit :
Let me know whether that does or doesn't help!