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Nothing inherently evil about comparisons is there? If someone else
can do it, this means it can be done, which in itself is a valuable
data point. It is in our best interest to compare our tools, improve
them based on each other, and select the right one for the right job.
Am Sa., 23. Mai 2020 um 16:45 Uhr schrieb David Goldfield
Gene, I will admit that the speed of my older OptiPlex desktop may well be a factor and I may just have to accept that fact. However, and I hesitate to say this as I don't wish to start a comparison war among users, I don't recall ever encountering this with JAWS, including on this same machine. In fairness, there is a very, very slight difference with JAWS in Word as opposed to JAWS with other word processors in that there is a small delay but it is very slight, hardly noticeable and very acceptable. The point that I'm making is that using Word on this slower machine does not give me a slow experience on a global level.
Blindness Assistive Technology Specialist
JAWS Certified, 2019
On 5/23/2020 10:30 AM, Gene wrote:
I don't know if it is still the case, but Word used to have a responsiveness problem in general, as far as I know, with screen-readers. Perhaps the increased speed of the other computers is partly why you don't experience it with them.
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From: Luke Davis
Sent: Saturday, May 23, 2020 12:38 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] How to Fix Sluggish Responsiveness When Arrowing Through a Word Document
Have you tried running the com registration fixing tool in NVDA tools?
I doubt it will help, but it won't hurt.