Re: reading journal articles with nvda
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It is a little unclear what you mean. Are you talking about the proprietary header/ footer identifiers in many PDF versions of Journals?
When I was doing my PhD, if there were annoying header ore footer information labels, I would simply transfer all the text to something like MS Word, or even Wordpad, select and copy the footer text and then press control G to simply find and replace all the instances of the footer/header text with a space.
This would certainly give you a smoother reading experience with NVDA say all function though it may be important to retain any page number information for referencing purposes.
You can specify how NVDA treats numbers in settings so this should not be specific to any document type.
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From: enes sarıbaş
Sent: 21 October 2018 17:08
Subject: [nvda] reading journal articles with nvda
So as I have started my masters, I have to read many journal articles
with nvda. Is there special settings in nvda I need to select to prevent
nvda from reading the grant information, or author information in the
middle of random pages in the article? Or to make it read figures properly?