Re: Checking file size in the "Properties" dialog using NVDA
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If you use keyboard layout laptop, the commands are:
First NVDA+shift+up arrow, and after NVDA+page dawn or NVDA+page up. When NVDA says object review, press: NVDA+up and dawn arrow for read next and previous line, NVDA+control+right and left arrow for read by Word and NVDA+right and lefht arrow for read by characters.
Well, other users says the commands for the layout desktop.
Carlos Esteban Martínez Macías.
Músico (pianista) y también ayuda a usuarios ciegos y con discapacidad visual, con el uso de lectores de pantalla y tecnología.
Experto certificado en el lector de pantalla NVDA.
Musicien (pianist) and also help to the blind people, with the use of screen readers and technology.
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Other way is pressing NVDA+NumPad4 to go to the previous object on same
NVDA portuguese team
Às 01:45 de 07/09/2020, Gene escreveu:
> I can tell you using commands for the desktop layout. I don't know
> the laptop layout. But you won't really learn how to use the NVDA
> navigation modes from this explanation. I haven't used tutorials that
> teach this so I'll let others discuss those.
> To do what you want, open properties.
> Go into screen review mode with the command numpad insert numpad 7.
> That is, hold numpad insert and press numpad 7 while doing so.
> Repeat the command until you hear something like screen review mode,
> though once will probably be enough.
> Execute the command shift numpad 7 to move to the top of the screen.
> Move down the screen with numpad 9. You are moving down the screen by
> line. You can move very quickly until you hear the information you
> want. If you want to hear it again, press numpad 8, read current
> line. If you pass something you want to hear, go back with numpad 7.
> So numpad 7 is go back a line, numpad 8 is read current line and
> numpad 9 is move down one line.
> Shift numpad 7 moves you to the top of the screen. I'll let you
> realize what shift numpad 9 does.
> After you have finished, be sure you use the command num;pad insert
> numpad 1 until you are back in object navigation mode. If you don't
> remember to move back there, you may not get accurate focus when you
> move around.
> -----Original Message----- From: Louise Pfau
> Sent: Sunday, September 06, 2020 7:28 PM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: [nvda] Checking file size in the "Properties" dialog using NVDA
> Hi. How do I check the file size listed in the "Properties" dialog
> with NVDA? It was possible to navigate to it with JAWS using the
> "JAWS" or "invisible" cursors. When I use the similar NVDA reading
> commands for reading in scan mode, the only thing that is read is the
> text of the control with system focus, which is usually the
> "read-only" checkbox that appears when the "Properties" dialog is
> first opened.