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Good Day: In February first if I backspaced out of the password
field I would hear a blank for when you are at the beginning of
the field. Then the stars would start. With March 1 if you make
this same procedure you don't hear anything at all. If you move
forward you will hear the stars spoken. It's like the backspace
key would place you a character before the password field in your
sign in location.
On 2/11/2020 6:28 PM, Quentin
I must admit I hadn't paid attention to this, but I
don't think you should hear "blank" when moving to the start of
a piece of text. If you move the caret to the start of a field
with text in it, NVDA should report the first character (the
character to the right of the caret). If you are in a password
field, NVDA should report "star" instead of the character.
Just testing this now, NVDA 2019.2.1 seems to behave
exactly the same for me? As in, I don't get "blank" at the
start of the password field, unless the field itself is blank.
Also, 2019.2.1 is a minor ".1" point release of the second
main version of 2019, not February first, although I know
Eloquence at least reads it like a date.
On Wed, Feb 12, 2020 at 3:08
AM Dave Grossoehme <dave@...
Morning: With the February first version of NVDA you could
blank if you went past the beginning of the stars in your
field. This is the field for when signing into the computer
referring to. With the new version you hear nothing and it's
can't go any farther back. This blank help to know when you
are at the
beginning of the field. How does anyone else feel about
word of blank help me know that I'm at the beginning of the
especially if a mistake had been made. This tells me that I
again to enter my information. As it is now with an insiders
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