Re: Focus 14 Braille display and NVDA
I sent a message just after joining this group.
I’ll re-phrase this.
Is there a way with the braille extender add on to configurwe a focus 14 freedom scientific braille display to replicate key strokes such as alt+n ctrl+n or in goldwave ctrl+f8 or ctrl+f9.
Any suggestions welcome.
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Sent: 04 May 2021 15:12
Subject: Re: [nvda] [node] OCR with NVDA
Apologies and my note was a clear affirmation of the concept of the direct connection between haste and waste!
Former WGBH AD development team in another age ,.
Yes, a good number of older films should be revisited to receive AD.
When few options were there, started looking for those that might address relationships and there again some outstanding examples but no AD.
What thoughts have you about R rated films?
Yes being able to only OCR what is visible on screen is definitely a limitation. I normally recommend setting documents to 100% zoom or page width etc. If you have the document zoomed out so you can see 100 pages on screen, NVDA won't be able to recognise any text on such small pages. If you have it zoomed in so you can only see one character, that's all it will be able to recognise. Knowing the limitations, the OCR feature is useful, but doesn't replace a fully functional OCR program.
On Tue, May 4, 2021 at 7:27 AM Brian Vogel <britechguy@...> wrote: