Re: NVDA Screen Review Mode
Sarah k Alawami
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Actually tha'ts not quite true. I use screen review on a lot of newer programs and activate things with the mouse. I use screen review to read the screen, route and click. I never if I can help it use object review.
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On 22 Jan 2021, at 17:22, Joseph Lee wrote:
Ah, I see.
What you are describing is called “focus mode” where whatever key you press will be dealt not by NVDA but by the web application you are using. For example, pressing K while playing a YouTube video will pause the video if focus mode is on, whereas NVDA will move you to the next link if browse mode is active.
Screen review, on the other hand, will let you review the contents of an app’s window. For example, under older programs, activating screen review mode will let you see the contents of the app that aren’t accessible with keyboard commands. These days screen review would not work properly in newer apps but you can find out the contents of a window by doing an OCR (NVDA+R).
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Well, I thought that screen review mode meant that a page allowed you to activate certain shortcuts that a page had.
For example, on YouTube you can press “K” for it to pause and play.
Can you tell us what you know about screen review? That way we can help you fill in the gap.
I think I am overthinking NVDA’s Screen Review Mode. Can someone explain it to me? Or point me to where I can learn more about it.
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