Re: is there some setting that controls this?
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This is due to the way task switching window is presented to NVDA - visually, it is a table.
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Subject: Re: [nvda] is there some setting that controls this?
Why does it matter? If you alt tab through running programs, you'll get to the one you want. I' not saying it doesn't matter, but I don't understand where it would.
From: Bob Cavanaugh
Sent: Friday, January 15, 2021 3:05 PM
Subject: [nvda] is there some setting that controls this?
I had to use Narrator to get me out of a tight spot yesterday, and I've noticed this in previous experiences as well. Narrator, and every other screen reader on Windows 7, gave the alt+tab list as a number out of total programs, for example Windows Media Player 2 of 3. Now on 10, Narrator is the only screen reader that does this. Everything else I've used with Windows 10 says "Windows Media Player row 1 column 2."
To me this is not useful at all, because I have no idea how many rows there are, or how many columns are in a row. Is there a way to change the way NVDA announces this?