A small intro about the user (me)
Been using NVDA since one year aprox, i
am technically blind but have low visión 1/10 so I mainly
use the “mosue over” function to read, but sometimes
navigate using tab or keys too.
The situation that gives me a small
problema is this, for example I am moving the mouse over
some text it could be a web page or window file and since I
use french, spanish and english sometimes i am not sure of
what exactly said, for example a file name “francois
Valluard.doc” or web page that talks aobut an autor and i
want to know the exact spelling so i can find more info or
whatever i need.
To solve this normally I try to use
nvda+* to move the cursor to the place or copy the text and
paste it into a notepad and use the cursor to read the wors
and letter by letter.
My suggestion to solve this problema
I acall “output buffer” to the text that
is stored and read when you do some action, for example you
move the mouse over some text you leave the mouse there and
NVDA starts Reading this buffer, you can pause it with shift
or clear this buffer with ctrl.
If would be very very desirable if you
can have more control of this outbuffer, handle it with a
cursor so you can read Word by Word and spelling.
Another example would be, you are in the
file system, Windows explorer, you move the mouse up adn
down, and nvda send info to this output buffer and read
“ABC.doc”, i would like to get the spelling of this file, if
I had control of this output like I said it would be easier.
Let me know if i been not clear.
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