Re: Keynote for NVDA
That doesn't tell you if you have copied files or cut them, only text. And unless you know the number of characters to expect to hear announced, when there is more than a small amount of text on the clipboard, the function tells you the number of characters. What if it is text you copied earlier because, for some reason, new text isn't copied? This feature should be changed. It should read anything, no matter how long. The user can stop speech with control, as always. The screen-reader shouldn't decide for the user what is too long to read from the clipboard. That is a complete contradiction of the philosophy of NVDA and is not allowing the user to decide what to hear and what not.
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I have not used it for years.
Are you aware that if you say copy text to the clip board with ctrl + C you can use the nvda key + C to confirm it has been copied. It will either say what you have copied or say something like to much info to read out I just can not think what it says just now or there is no content on the clip board.
I wonder if it could say it audible so you know it has been copied but also have it so it could be turned off in the add on.
Usually the short cut key is what I use to confirm if needed.
On 17/11/2019 7:51 pm, Sky Mundell wrote: