Re: Clip speak


David Griffith
 

Global Commands Extension was posted a couple of times earlier.

Firstly under this subject  line via a DropBox link from another poster.

I then posted the official download link again under a more relevant subject line. The mod apparently  converted my text URL into a correct link.

Did you get this add-on via either route?

 

David G.

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: David Mehler
Sent: 14 July 2021 16:13
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Clip speak

 

Hello David,

 

I'm not finding this addon, but am definitely interested in it. If

you've got a url that would be great or maybe the dev could put it on

the community addons page.

 

Thanks.

DAve.

 

 

On 7/14/21, tim <z2004a1@...> wrote:

> That page is as useless as most of the add ons.

> On 7/14/2021 4:19 AM, David Griffith wrote:

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>> I don’t know why it is not on the Community  add-ons page but the NVDA

>> Global Commands Extension add-on add the ability to both detect and

>> announce copy and paste and select, as far as I can see as well as Jaws

>> does for NVDA in it s default  settings. So install that and the problem

>> is sorted. I stopped using ClipSpeak ages ago.

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>> It includes a host of other invaluable features as well.  I especially use

>> the multiple level volume controls, quick access to speech history and

>> system tray short cuts. It also adds a setting to enable NVDA, like Jaws,

>> to loop around with single letter navigation to the top of web pages if no

>> more elements are found. So if you press H for heading and there are no

>> more headings it will announce that you are going back to the top of the

>> page and find the first heading again for you.  The announcement makes

>> this better than Jaws as you are clearly told what is happening. I find

>> this particularly useful. This specific feature is not enabled by default

>>  in Global Commands Extension and you have to enable it in settings.

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>> The best way to learn all the host of available features is to hit NVDA

>> plus J  which plays a tone to indicate that a layered series of commands

>> have been enabled ,  a bit like Jaws plus spacebar.  Now hitting the H key

>> will open all the available commands in a menu from which you can cursor

>> up and down to easily run each command and at the same time learn the

>> keyboard shortcuts for each command.

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>> I think it is a brilliant add-on and gets regularly updated through

>> automatic notifications which come up in NVDA to invite update.

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>> I have an older version of the actual add-on install but which the add on

>> updated itself through NVDA to be compatible with the latest version.

>> Presumably you will need the latest initial add on version to work in the

>> latest NVDA. A web search should find it I think.

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>> I will try and find it myself if no search can find it.

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>> From: Louise Pfau

>> Sent: 14 July 2021 01:19

>> To: nvda@nvda.groups.io

>> Subject: Re: [nvda] Clip speak

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>> I had the same thing.  I can only assume that it won't be updated.  I

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>> cross-reference my list of existing add-ons, because I've removed all of

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