Re: OK, great regex and NVDA Dictionary Gurus
I've never heard NVDA say prime. That must be something with your setup, or you're not sending it the characters you think you are.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
I did the following:
1. Created a new NVDA config (Run, nvda -c c:\users\tyler\nvdatest).
2. Read ''chinchilla'' with the default OneCore. It just read chinchilla.
3. Same with espeak.
4. Added the dictionary entry you tried:
Pattern: ''(.*)''; Replacement: quote \1 quote; case: off; Type: Regular expression
Read that again with espeak, and it said quote chinchilla quote as expected.
On 3/25/2021 5:02 PM, Brian Vogel wrote:
This is a direct spin off of an earlier topic asking about how to get two single quotes, when used in place of a double quote, announced as quote. Since the description is that the double single quote characters always surround another string, I used that entire configuration.