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Re: suddenly object review quit working like it should
Sarah k Alawami
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Well, it is for me as that is the only time I got computer training. So yes, for me it is relevant. And jaws did say “ control v, pastes in text from the clipboard” but then again FS holds your hand too much, which is why I love NVDA. It expects you to know what to do. No hand holding. It just works, most of the time.
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2002 is relevant?
On 2021-04-22 7:00 p.m., Sarah k Alawami wrote:
I can attest to that with nvda and voiceover. I thought though jaws did say "pastes the contents of the clipboard," etc. Or at least this was the case in 2002 with jaws 3.1.
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On 22 Apr 2021, at 15:10, Brian Vogel wrote:
On Thu, Apr 22, 2021 at 04:20 PM, Luke Davis wrote:
Whether in browse mode or out, control+v does not announce as paste in input help as far as I can tell.
The description of NVDA Help (NVDA+1): Pressing any key in this mode will report the key, and the description of any NVDA command associated with it
Note well what follows the word "and." CTRL+V is not an NVDA Command, it is a Windows Command. My understanding of both NVDA Help and its JAWS analog are that each will only present descriptions of key sequences that are associated with the screen reader functions, and nothing else. Windows functions are not part of JAWS or NVDA nor are specific program shortcuts that the screen reader is interacting with. I'd expect that giving any shortcut sequence not associated with NVDA itself will result in silence.
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