Re: NVDA and dollars and cents


John Isige
 

I put the following list in Notepad.


$577.30
$250.19
$21.67
$5.99


With Microsoft 1-core voices, specifically Microsoft Mark, this reads
just fine arrowing through it, and nothing gets cut off. Similarly, with
a say-all or whatever it is, NVDA-down arrow, it also reads just fine.

On 3/20/2018 17:28, Don H wrote:
Happens in word 2003 and on my banking web sites using Google Chrome.
Using either access 32 or the Microsoft one core voices.

On 3/20/2018 5:06 PM, Sam Taylor wrote:
Hi,

In what program, excel, word, notepad, etc? And with what synthesizer?



On 21/03/2018 05:56, Don H wrote:
Running NVDA 2018-1 on a Win 10 64 bit system.  NVDA seems to be
inconsistent when it comes to reading numbers that start with the
dollar sign.  An example would be reading down a list of such
numbers.  On the first number NVDA will read it as 150 dollars and
50 cents.  If you arrow down the next number NVDA may say 250
dollars and 75 and start to say cents but cuts it off not saying
cents.  Sighted help says both numbers are formatted in the same
way.  Arrow down to the next number and NVDA will or may not read
the dollars and cents completely.  Not a big issue but a little
strange in what is spoken.




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