Double reading in tree items.
Alexandre Alves Toco
There is really a fix for this situation.
While the new nvda’s version doesn’t show up, there is a work around.
Open eclipse and press ctrl+capslock + p to create a new profile.
Choose in the triggers’s methods thath it should be activated with application.
Your goal is to get this name since it matches the executable’s name that. You should copy and send us this name.
With this information I can send you na app module that match this name and this module will make nvda load the scripts made for eclipse.
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Currently i'm using NVDA 2019.2.1 and liclipse 5.3.0.
NVDA reads twice every time i move cursor up or down inside a tree element.
I'm using eclipse-java-2019-09 too and there is not any problem.