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Yes. I use read to end a lot. Especially when opening a message
from the list: Or, when Thunderbird bugs me about unloaded images
and stops automatic reading.
I just wanted an easier way to suppress all those titles and
Thanks Rosemarie. Opening messages in a new tab works. Changes
my workflow a bit but I can handle it.
On 2019-03-16 10:27 a.m., Gene wrote:
You can use the read to end
command. I saw someone propose another solution but I don't
know how well it works. it is changing whether messages open
in a new tab or window or whatever the choice is. You can see
if changing it works.
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Sent: Saturday, March 16, 2019 10:45 AM
Subject: [nvda] Thunderbird with NVDA
I have the latest Thunderbird.
Is there a way to suppress reading the title of message when it
NVDA and Jaws both read the title as much as 3 times when I open a
message from the list.
I think one time is because the message pain is opening. Then the
is the screen reader saying the title of the window. Then saying
title of the document. This gets very old fast. I have automatic
document reading on.
Please point me in to documentation that might help.