Re: Touch Screen doesn't work with NVDA
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thanks for your quick reply.
Touch Screen Support is activated.
Try (you need to use type cover or another keyboard for this):
- Open NVDA menu/Preferences/Settings.
- Scroll through categories until you arrive at Enhanced Touch Gestures (it should be one of the last items).
- Check if “enable touch” checkbox is checked.
Based on the description you gave us, it appears NVDA’s touch support routine isn’t recognizing some touch gestures properly. This might be caused by either touch support being turned off from NVDA (that’s what the above step was checking for), something going on with touchscreen hardware, or touchscreen controller driver. If it’s hardware or driver, I advise asking Microsoft to look into this (Surface Pro 7 was made by Microsoft).
I am using touch screens for ages now. So I tried to use the Enhanced Touch Screen Gestures add-in on my Surface Pro 7.
It does not work at all. Most of times NVDA or the screen does not recognize my single clicks with one finger. Also I have to tap with four fingers several times until I get into learning mode.
Most of my gestures are simply recognized as something else.
Any idea what I'm doing wrong?
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