I made a speech dictionary entry for
down arrow, writeen in just that way down space arrow and in
the pronunciation field, I placed a space. it worked. You will
have to make dictionary entries for any keys you don't want
spoken. But I don't think you should make one for tab. there
are times when tab is spoken in multipage dialogs such as
general, advanced, etc.
Actually, IMHO that shouldn't be done with any of these entries
Just imagine you are reading a tutorial, then somewhere along
that tutorial the author writes something like:
Press Alt + down arrow.
In this case, NVDA will read just "Press alt +" and the
instructions won't be followed correctly, unless the person
spells the entire line, maybe the entire text.
A better solution would be an add-on for working only with the
keyboard case. Something that the NVDA Global Extra Plugin (or
something like that, can't remember the exact name) seems to do,
as indicated by Rui on another message.
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