Re: NVDA as a toolbox?
"firstname.lastname@example.org" wrote, in part:toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
"...Remember, I use my eyes, not my ears to routinely navigate apps, but I'd like to make my life more comfortable ..."
Several practical methods for disabling NVDA's speech features have been offered for your convenience on this list already.
NVDA, is in fact, NON Visual Desktop Access, and it is well-designed for its intended purpose.
Hopefully, developer time and resources will not be pressed upon to make changes that may undermine the currently smooth performance of NVDA for its intended use.
On Tue, 7/12/16, email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Subject: Re: [nvda] NVDA as a toolbox?
Date: Tuesday, July 12, 2016, 6:59 AM
One reason why no screenreader is
running on my computer is it gets in my way when I'm
using it. I use my machine visually, but I'd just like
from time to time have the longer contents of a dialog box
read aloud, ask which window is currently active if I get a
beep instead of expected action to be done after switching
from on desktop to another, and other powerful tricks a
screenreader can do. When I tried to have NVDA launched in
background, I got unexpected behavior when I switched to a
browser window, since the browsing mode took away single
letter commands I'm using to navigate feedly, Google+
and other such sites. That's why I want an option to
have a from mode as a default when coming to a browser
window. Remember, I use my eyes, not my ears to routinely
navigate apps, but I'd like to make my life more
comfortable by employing some screenreader
What seems to be an
easiest way to achieve what I want? To create an AutoHotkey
or AutoIt script which would catch NVDA-specific combos and
switch speech and form mode as needed. But I'd still
appreciate appropriate options in NVDA.