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What would you suggest for a Math textbook?
I have not actually read Math ML in word but it is what the student requested adn the service provider sent us. Just learning more about Math ML and screen readers.
Would some type of HTML version of a Math text book work better?
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I did not know that MathML can be read in a format such as Word or PDF.
If I am going to write math formulas, I use matjax.
When I move the cursor on the formula, I press NVDA+ALT+M. This creates a virtual cursor for me to study math content.
And I use Chrome.
On 04/08/2020 19:04, Jason Timms wrote:
My name is Jay Timms,
Wanted to say hi before blasting some questions to the group. Go gentle I am new here.
I am looking for advice on MathML and NVDA. I am working with a student who needs to access Math.
I have material encoded in MathML, have connected to try to load MathPlayer on his computer. He has the latest version of NVDA
and Windows 10. I have reinstalled his Office to ensure it is 32 bit.
His material is in MS Word and has been encoded by a Professional service provider known for their ability to encode in MathML.
We can’t seem to get NVDA to speak the content in the book?
Also, I have not worked with someone using MathML before, are there other software solutions or format choices that may work better.
The student is new to NVDA and MathML so switching file format is not likely an issue as we are starting from the beginning anyway?
Jay @ AC
👨🦯 I’m programmer. I coding often Python, sometimes Go and rarely C++.