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Quentin Christensen <quentin@...>
Às 14:56 de 06/04/2021, Richard B.
Yes indeed, everything you say is correct.
No doubt, some collaboration between NVDA and LibreOffice (LO)
In fact, I am presently connected with a
person in Germany who is involved with LO development and who
has a keen interest in improving LO’s accessibility. He has
likewise noted that some sort of collaboration is needed. My
problem is that I do not have any contacts within NVDA to try
to connect them with LO. I have said to my LO contact that I
am willing to volunteer to improve accessibility. I just do
not know how to go about it.
Do you know what I can do to foster this?
I'm afraid that there aren't any, but I really hope that the
accessibility of LibreOffice with NVDA will be improved in the
future, because more and more blind users are choosing this
suite as this is a very good free alternative to MS-Office.
Unfortunately this doesn't depend on the NVDA's developpers
Il 01/04/2021 23.07, Richard B. McDonald
I am using Windows 10, NVDA 2020.4 and
LibreOffice 7.2. Are there any extensions for NVDA that
improve its accessibility with LibreOffice? In
particular, LibreOffice has a spreadsheet application,
Calc, that has some material accessibility issues.