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If i remember right under the voice settings menu.
I usually have 2 of the settings turned off down there Automatic
language switching (when supported) and the one under it i un
That way I do not get that trying to think it is another language
if on the site.
On 26/05/2020 11:07 am, Laurie Mehta
via groups.io wrote:
If there was auto language switching, wouldn't that switch
from one language to another rather than continuing in one?
Where is that setting?
Well I just turn off auto language switching.
Its really no good doing other language speech unless you
espeak in anything other than english.
I am sorry but while I like the clear and robotic fast
nature of espeak
I don't find other languages clear at all.
On 26/05/2020 10:21 am, Laurie Mehta via groups.io
> I have stumbled upon a strange thing and hope
someone has some helpful advice for this problem.
> When I receive a document that is 99% in English
with a small portion in another language NVDA reads that
entire document (Word or pdf) as if it is entirely in
that other language (not English.) What I mean is that
NVDA is pronouncing the words as if in that other
language and even going over a word character by
character, NVDA spells in that other language's
> This has happened before and for short documents
copying into notepad yields an entirely readable text. A
notepad file is less practical for a long document,
though, and I think that NVDA ought to be able to read a
document in a language even if it has a line or two in a
> For example, I recently downloaded a document that
is in English with only a line or so in Italian from a
Vatican website. Saved in either Word or as pdf, the
whole document reads as if NVDA is trying to read it in
Italian-- even using the Italian alphabet when I move
character by character. If I copy and paste the document
into notepad, it reads in English with no problem.
> I think that I must have some setting set in NVDA
which is causing this issue but I don't know where to
look for setting things right.
> It seems that NVDA is recognizing some trigger to
adjust to a particular language for reading, but I don't
know how or where to find that trigger to possibly
> Obviously I could just make a very long txt file
for the document to read it, but if I can retain the
headings and other formatting of the almost 200 page
original I would prefer that.
> Do any of you have some helpful advice for this
> Laurie M.