- Release of add-on applicationDictionary
Re: Release of add-on applicationDictionary
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There were discussions on GitHub about it and there was a talk about producing a pull request for inclusion in NVDA. At the moment NVDA developers are focusing on pull request backlog.
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Wednesday, April 29, 2020 2:58 PMTo:
Re: [nvda] Release of add-on applicationDictionary
Wo! Can this be looked into for adding into nvda's core? That I thik woudl be very handy, and would be better than other solutions out there now.
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On 29 Apr 2020, at 12:27, Rui Fontes wrote:
• Authors: Ricardo M. Leonarczyk and Rui Fontes
• Version: 1.3
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• Compatibility: NVDA: 2019.1 to 2020.1
This simple add-on makes possible to create application-specific dictionaries for NVDA.
To use the add-on, just go to the application for wich you want a dictionary for, and press NVDA+shift+p. The normal NVDA dictionary dialog will open for you to add entries valid only for the active application (the application name should appear in the dialog title). The default add-on shortcut can be changed through NVDA's input gestures dialog: under configuration node, expand the node that says "Shows the application-specific dictionary dialog".
"NVDA+Shift+p": Shows the application-specific dictionary dialog
Rui Fontes and Ricardo M. Leonarczyk
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