Navigation keys don't seem to work in edge even in places where there
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are clearly outlined headings and tables. The NVDA+ctrl+F find feature
doesn't seem to work, either.
On 5/6/20, Bob Jutzi <jutzi@...> wrote:
I still use Adobe Acrobat.
On 5/6/2020 2:36 PM, Daniel Damacena wrote:
I like to use bookworrm. The only problem I notice is: it tweaks the
lines to have the same cize, so it adds artificial line breaks.
It makes us not able to read by paragraphs and you need to remove line
breaks when you're copying quotes to make a paper.
If you just want to read continuously, it's really nice!
Em ter., 5 de mai. de 2020 às 19:04, Clement Chou
<chou.clement@... <mailto:chou.clement@...>> escreveu:
So is Edge the best solution for reading pdfs right now? That's
unfortunate if it is...
On 5/5/20, Sascha Cowley via groups.io <http://groups.io>
> In my experience, Acrobat is even clunkier than it used to be. I
> keep it around as it's slightly better with some tagged PDFs, and I
> often need to fill PDF forms, which Edge doesn't support.
> On 6/05/2020 07:39, Clement Chou wrote:
>> Thanks. I'll give that a try... last time I tried adobe reader
>> a bit clunky at best... hopefully things have improved a
>> wanted to see what others were using.
>> On 5/5/20, molly the blind tech lover <brainardmolly@...
>>> You might want to try adobe acrobat. There is a free version.
>>> pdfs open in adobe and read them that way if you like.
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>>> Subject: [nvda] PDF Alternative Apart from Edge?
>>> Been using Edge to read PDF's for awhile now, but am trying to
>>> that's more dedicated and that works better than Edge. Any
>>> Adobe products still the best solution? Or is there a more