Re: ergent, nvda is sensitive to capital letters:

Chris Mullins

Hi Brian
Caps within words is used a lot in programming where it is known as CamelCase, due to the humps.

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Sent: 12 March 2016 09:07
Subject: Re: [nvda] ergent, nvda is sensitive to capital letters:

Well they should not put caps in the middle of words. I'd imagine it should be possible to find some expression to enter into the dictionary of nvda that applies to the synth to more or less stop this, though I have to say I've never tried it as I don't seem to encounter many people putting caps in the middle of words.

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Sent: Saturday, March 12, 2016 5:52 AM
Subject: [nvda] ergent, nvda is sensitive to capital letters:

hi every one.
how can set nvda not sensitive to capital letters?
beginning of words with capital letters does not cause a problem and
in most cases nvda reads the words properly.
but unfortunately when someone write the words with many capital
letters even in the middle and end of the words nvda reads the
sentences and in many cases leter by letter and i could not understand
my skype messages and emails?
what should i do to solve this problem?
thanks and god bless you all.

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