You clearly didn't try pressing read word three times. Try that and see
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what happens. You might also want to try read character twice. Both of
these should do what you want. Read line three times also does it.
On 12/27/2018 7:04 AM, Giles Turnbull wrote:
I thought there was a way to use object navigation to read letters using
the NATO phonetic alphabet (alpha, bravo, juliet etc) but I can't figure
out if I'm making that up! The only thing in the NVDA guide about
phonetic spellings is in regard to Chinese characters.
I know that using Num Pad 5 twice will spell out the word w-o-r-d and
three times coppies the word to the clipboard, but is there any way to
get the phonetic identification?
The two SAPI5 voices I like are Zira and Hazel ... Zira is my default
but I was struggling to tell whether a letter in somebody's name was a v
or a b ... I hoped to figure out how to get NVDA to say Victor or Bravo,
but without success. I solved the problem by switching to the Hazel
voice which has a clearer pronunciation difference between v and b, but
am just curious if there is a way to get the phonetic spelling if needed.