Re: Update on previously mentioned issue with single-letternavigation
I just checked this. NVDA is set not to announce quick navigation keys when in browse mode. I tried many, h for move by heading, b for button, x for check box and r for radio button. None were spoken.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
However, in the case of the person with the problem, since turning off speak typed carachters stopped the lag, it raises the question as to whether in her case, something is being generated that shouldn't be. I would think a log would be important.
From: Chris Mullins
Sent: Thursday, September 10, 2020 4:28 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Update on previously mentioned issue with single-letternavigation
With “Speak Typed Characters” set to on NVDA has to announce the letter pressed first then the name of the object to which
focus has moved and the delay between the 2 announcements is understandable as it makes them distinct. The delay between the 2 announcements is arguably a little longer than necessary but as to whether this could be shortened programmatically or even made dynamically adjustable is something only the developers would know.
From: Sharni-Lee Ward
Sent: 10 September 2020 03:20
Subject: [nvda] Update on previously mentioned issue with single-letternavigation
I stated back when I first updated to the latest version of NVDA that I
was getting a delayed response when using single-letter navigation,
where I would press the key and would have to wait half a second to hear
the cursor's new position. I turned off "Speak Typed Characters" for an
unrelated reason this morning, and when using single-letter navigation
on the desktop, the response was immediate.