Re: Update appears to have broken Musescore accessibility with NVDA


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You can specify the Tempo (BPM) value of our work in the New score wizard at first; If we want, we can add it to the size of our work later.

Now let's first add the New tempo value to our work:

In our example, let's assume that the first 8 measures have a tempo value of 120, and from the 9th measure a value of 75 tempo.

We make sure that we are at the beginning of the first measure by using the Right and Left arrow keys in normal or note writing mode. We can also make sure that we are in the first dimension by opening the search field with CTRL+F and typing 1 and pressing enter.

By pressing ALT+Shift+T, we come to the Tempo writing area.

We find the number 80 after the equal sign with the right arrow and delete it with the del key, and write our new value, the value 120 in our example. and exit with the escape key.

When we switch to note-writing mode with the N key and hover over the first measure:

Pause Measure Measure 1 Beat 1 Tempo Quarter note (crotchet) stem up = 120

NVDA will voice the phrase to us and we'll make sure our value is added.

Again, regardless of the mode, come to the beginning of the 9th measure and open the tempo writing area with ALT+Shift+T; By deleting the digits after the equals, we enter the value 75 this time and exit with the escape key.

When we switch to the note-writing mode with N and come to the beginning of the 9th measure; NVDA tells us this time:

Pause Measure Measure 9 Beat 1 Tempo Quarter note (crotchet) stem up = 75

and we will make sure that the transaction is successful.

In this case: The first eight measures will play at 120 BPM, and the 9th measure and beyond will play at a tempo of 75 BPM.

If we wish, we can add the tempo values ​​by coming to the beginning of the measures we want after we have written our piece, or we can add the tempo values ​​to the beginning of the measures we want first, and then write our note.

We do not need to press enter after opening the typing area with ALT+Shift+T and typing the value.

After typing the value, we may need to press the escape key more than once.

 

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Kimden: Christopher Bartlett
Gönderilme: 22 Temmuz 2021 Perşembe 18:33
Kime: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Konu: [nvda] Update appears to have broken Musescore accessibility with NVDA

 

This may not affect a lot of people, but I went to edit a musical score this morning, and I had lost access to most of my controls.  I know that the Musescore folk have been doing a lot of accessibility-focused work, so I was a little surprised.  I'll also be reporting this on their forums.  (fora?)

 

Christopher Bartlett

p.s.  Example, when attempting to edit a tempo marking, a dialogue is supposed to appear, allowing you to change the BPM, and the note length that forms the beat.  After updating to 2021.1, that dialogue may be visible, I don't know, but NVDA doesn't appear to see it, either in normal mode, nor even as an object in object navigation mode.


 

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Christopher Bartlett

 

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