Re: How to copy previous spoken message by NVDA without speech history addon


The correct command is NVDA key numpad 5, if you are using the desktop layout.  You can use numpad insert numpad 5.  But this isn't related to the last speech.  It copies the text of the current object to the clipboard. 
If you write a bit of text in Notepad, then use alt f4, you will get the do you want to save the changes message.  Yes is the current object, as you can hear by using read current object, numpad 8.  &You must be in object review to reliably hear the correct text and only the correct text. Using numpad insert numpad 5 will copy the word "yes" to the clipboard, the current object.  But that isn't necessarily what is desired and isn't related to the last speech, only to what the current object is.  You may thereby copy something you want, but you may hear a good deal read that won't be copied that you want to copy.
Gene . 

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, December 18, 2019 12:26 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] How to copy previous spoken message by NVDA without speech history addon

By pressing numpad 5 quickly thrice also helps in copying the the last utterence to the clipboard.

On Wed, 18 Dec, 2019, 4:57 AM Nimer Jaber, <nimerjaber1@...> wrote:

You can enable the speech viewer. Then, perform the task which causes the utterance you want to copy. Go back to the speech viewer and copy the resulting output.

On Tue, Dec 17, 2019 at 3:21 PM Mr. Wong Chi Wai, William <> wrote:

I would like to know, if without the addon speech history.

How can one copy the previous spoken message by NVDA?

Especially there are items not able to be copied via current review cursor.




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