Re: Say all in word working in a strange way
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Thanks for the help, this does resolve it for me.
A small thing but it would be nice if it could stop in the middle of the line but it’s only a line of text to navigate so I can manage it.
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Sent: Sunday 3 January 2021 16:01
Subject: Re: [nvda] Say all in word working in a strange way
Jean and you have made very helpful points, thanks.
I can confirm that the shift key is very effective in pausing the Say all flow. It resumes again perfectly without losing position on a second press of the shift key.
The control key does, as you say, terminate the Say All flow completely. It leaves the cursor at the first word of the current line. This means that a repeated press of the NVDA + down-arrow restarts Say all from the beginning of the line on which NVDA stopped speaking and so repeats only a few words that were already heard but not the whole spiel again.
All the best,
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Gene is correct, you use the shift key as a pause toggle when using the Say All command. Pressing the control key stops the Say All command and it appears to leave the cursor at the point that Say All has red to.
What happens if you stop reading with control? While its slightly more
inconvenient to issue the read to end command again, that my work around the
problem until you may find a solution. Also, isn't pause done with the
shift and not the arrow keys? I haven't used the [pause or skim reading
feature but I believe you are using the incorrect command just to pause
reading. I think its shift to pause, then shift to resume.
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From: Declan Meenagh
Sent: Sunday, January 03, 2021 7:07 AM
Subject: [nvda] Say all in word working in a strange way
Has anyone got the issue where after you hit say all (insert + down arrow)
and want to pause you hit down or right arrow and instead of moving cursor
to the bottom it moves it to the point where you started say all. This is
happening in large documents that are hard to navigate. Is there a way to
move the cursor to the end of the text?
I’m on windows 10 and office 365.