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I know how to get around Netflix in Android, although subtitles there aren't very usable.
A friend and I were trying to see them on computers, so I'll have a look at the page you recommended.
I can find audiodescriptions without diffilulties. I'm currently watching The Crown and Black Mirror, plus a couple of Italian series and La Casa de Papel in Spanish, which I'd started watching last year, but now I discovered audiodescriptions, and it's a great thing...
Ciao and thanks,
Il 04/03/2019 20:41, hurrikennyandopo ... ha scritto:
I was lazy but this page will mostly cover what you want depending on the device you use. It also has it for the computer if you use that.
The link to this page is https://help.netflix.com/en/node/372 <https://help.netflix.com/en/node/372>
They also do audio description a lot of people do not know that. Also net flix works with the google mini or smart speakers from them with a chrome cast.
When setup you use your voice to control it like play, resume rewind etc.
On 5/03/2019 4:16 AM, Mallard wrote:
Is it possible to read subtitles in Netflix with NVDA?
I found a great tutorial in Accessibility Central, but can't find any reference to subtitles.
Thanks, stay well,
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