Re: Reviewing the screen, help
Howard Traxler <howard@...>
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Thank you Marcio. It sure does work; Although it's quite a lot
of stuff to do when it used to be so easy.
On 3/7/2019 8:18 PM, marcio via
I also couldn't figure out a way of reading the information
presented on the screen.
As a workaround, if you want, you could try what follows:
1. Being on the prompt, press "ALT+Spacebar"
2. Up/down arrow until you find "edit" and press enter
3. Up/down arrow until you find "select all" and press enter.
You've just selected all the content which is on the screen at
4. Press "ALT+Spacebar" again
5. Up/down arrow until "edit"
6. Up/down arrow until "copy".
You've just copied what you selected. Now all that content is on
7. Open Notepad and paste the content there so you can read.
Em 07/03/2019 22:58, Howard Traxler
Using NVDA in Windows 10:
When I "run" the cmd command I get the system command prompt.
Then I type in a command such as DIR or shutdown followed by
slash question mark. I get a screen full of command line switch
options but I can't figure out how to get NVDA to read them to
me. Probably one of the review modes, but I just can't figure it
out. Can anyone help, please?
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