After F10 and F6 movement to the "formatting toolbar", and
then Tab advancing onto the Highlight Color control
an enter will make the highlight to to selected text, using
the current color (default color is yellow)
a cursor down will open the palette dialog, it will be titled
Highlight Color, it is a multi element control Tab advances
banetween the controls
it has a combobox list for changing the color palette in use
the default 'standard' color palette is the most useful in
general with grays on the top row and the columns
sequenced Yellows - Reds - Blues in tints and shades
the picker is a 12 column multi-row palette of color swatches,
with mouse over movements each color will sound its labeled
a mouse click over a color will assign that color pick to
if you had a text selection before clicking or opening the
picker it will highlight that selection, if not the cursor
will become a paint bucket and "pour" the highlight on any
selection to be made.
Use an escape key to get out of the paint bucket mode and
return. If you cycle F10 to the menu, and a control plus F6
your focus and edit cursor will be back in the document.
San Antonio, Texas
For got the most important thing. Many thanks for your help.
I finally figure out that, If I maximize the window, tab will
bring me to the item.
But If I press down arrow, it seemed that nothing happened.
V Stuart Foote 於 24/10/2019
In the document canvas select the text you would like
Use F6 key to cycle to the Formatting Toolbar
Use Tab key to move to the Highlight Color dropdown
Use Enter key to highlight the selected text with the
color set for highlight
but if you need to check color, or pick a different
color the, use the down cursor to open the color picker
at that point selection is NVDA screen navigation
with mouse, on mouse over of each color patch the color
name will sound. Click to select, it will apply
highlight to the selected text--and set that color for
Use F10 to toggle back into the document, or back to
the standard menu.
San Antonio, Texas