And I have my wondering answered too. ;)
On 2/21/2021 2:13 PM, Brian Vogel
On Sun, Feb 21,
2021 at 08:54 AM, Jarek.Krcmar wrote:
How did you do it?
Using the NVDA Dictionaries with
Regular Expression Matching to Change Pronunciations (docx)
In this case, you need not use regular expression matching,
since this is for a single character. You can copy and
paste that character, which has been in several messages in
this topic and can be snagged from one of them, and use it
in a Whole Word match rather than a regular expression
The tutorial goes through the steps, which are exactly the
same as far as adding a dictionary entry, but I focused on
regular expression matching. It's a simple enough matter to
use the Whole Word radio button as is appropriate here.
Brian - Windows
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