Re: number pronunciation


hurrikennyandopo ...
 

Hi


I am wondering if you you can use the review text cursor to read it.


I use the text review cursor for quite a lot of things and this is done on the numeric keypad. I if i remember right on some blu tooth units that have that type of number you have to input before it connects it does not stay there for long to get the number.


the text review cursor is for areas where you can not tab to or get to the normal way but might be able to in other means.for example screen review or object review then use the text review cursor to read the number by digit 1 for previous, 2 for current and 3 for next.



gene nz

 

On 2/12/2018 8:10 PM, Robert Doc Wright godfearer wrote:
unfortunately, my issue is not addressed in the archives. Where I am having problems is when syncing a BT keyboard to my win10 pc it gave me a 5 digit number to inputinto the keyboard. lets say the number is 57385227. currently this is read 'fifty seven million, three hundred-eighty five thousand, two hundred twenty seven. i would prefer to hear, 5 7 3 8 5 2 2 7.  when tried ruting my review cursor I could not find it. 
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