Have you considered using object navigation
instead of screen review? This is actually what I do and it
works beautifully. Simply in laptop mode (I don't use
desktop mode ever) do an nvda shift left and right to move
between objects, and nvda down and up to interact and not
interact with each object. You do not in my experience need
to switch modes.
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On 6 Aug 2020, at 4:37, Ron Canazzi wrote:
Until recently (I am not sure when this
started) when I would manually run a Virus scan for
Windows security, I could switch to the screen review
cursor and look at the dialogue including the progress and
setting. Now when I try this during a scan, all NVDA says
is 'blandk.' Now if I use the read dialogue keystroke
insert + B, after reading through a bunch of superfluous
items such as the tool bars and system items, I do get the
scan progress information read correctly. This means that
it must be recognizable by NVDA at some level.
Has anyone else seen this issue? If so, is
there some way of rectifying the situation? If NVDA sees
it in the read dialogue context, shouldn't it be available
in some form so that it can be read more easily?
Thanks for any help.
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