Kerryn Gunness <k_gunness@...>
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Sent: Friday, June 21, 2019 2:49 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] screen curtain
how do you asign keystroke
From the userguide:
11.2.3. Input GesturesIn this dialog, you can customize the
input gestures (keys on the keyboard, buttons on a braille display, etc.)
for NVDA commands.
Only commands that are applicable immediately before
the dialog is opened are shown. For example, if you want to customize
commands related to browse mode, you should open the Input Gestures dialog
while you are in browse mode.
The tree in this dialog lists all of the
applicable NVDA commands grouped by category. You can filter them by
entering one or more words from the command's name into the Filter by edit
box in any order. Any gestures associated with a command are listed beneath
To add an input gesture to a command, select the command
and press the Add button. Then, perform the input gesture you wish to
associate; e.g. press a key on the keyboard or a button on a braille
display. Often, a gesture can be interpreted in more than one way. For
example, if you pressed a key on the keyboard, you may wish it to be
specific to the current keyboard layout (e.g. desktop or laptop) or you may
wish it to apply for all layouts. In this case, a menu will appear allowing
you to select the desired option.
To remove a gesture from a command,
select the gesture and press the Remove button.
When you are finished
making changes, press the OK button to save them or the Cancel button to
If you need more help with it please let me
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