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Sorry Joseph and Adriani, but you are wrong...
Add profile specific speech dictionaries
This one is for application specific dictionary...
Can be the same thing in some cases, but also can be different...
NVDA portuguese team
Às 23:06 de 29/04/2020, Adriani Botez
Von meinem iPhone gesendet
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.
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
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On 29 Apr 2020, at 12:27, Rui Fontes wrote:
• Authors: Ricardo M. Leonarczyk and Rui Fontes
• Version: 1.3
• Download stable version
• 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
Rui Fontes and Ricardo M. Leonarczyk