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when you press nvda+f10 before,
if your caret is on space not on character the end of line,
you can press left arrow move caret to the end of character then
press nvda+f10 twice to finished copy
thank you for much
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Giles Turnbull 於 2019/1/29 下午 09:17 寫道:
Most of the time when I use NVDA+F9 to set a start marker, and
NVDA+F10 twice to copy the text to the clipboard I don't have any
I'm trying to select a block of text (a chapter of a book) in a
plain text file which is open in Notepad.
I get the error message, "No start marker set," even though NVDA
told me the start marker had been set when I pressed NVDA+F9.
When I coppied the whole book from Notepad into Word and tried
selecting the chapter in the same manner, no problem whatsoever.
Does anybody know why a Notepad file would lose the start marker
while it does not in Word?
As a related question, is it possible to turn off NVDA announcing
how many characters have been selected when more than 500 have
using SHIFT+down arrow, becuase it's not then possible to listen
to the start of the paragraph to tell whether the next chapter has
been reached ... all I hear then is the number of characters that
have been selected.