Re: NVDA documentation
I meant NVDA b. I’m not sure if that is the same thing as is being discussed but, if you are in object review, using that command moves through every object in the active window. And if you stop when a certain object is being announced the object navigator will be on that object.
NVDA+2 (main keyboard) toggles speaking of typed characters?
I'm not sure what you had in mind there Gene.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Gene
Sent: 09 September 2021 13:25
Subject: Re: [nvda] NVDA documentation
Is scrolling through all the objects the same thing as using NVDA key 2 on the main keyboard?
Hi Quentin ,
I'm not too concerned with arguing the case for default key strokes being setup.
So long as it goes into the manual then people can set the keys up if they wish.
I think these functions can be very useful though. When using object navigation to find elements that we know are on the screen somewhere but may not have a clear sense of the object hierarchy it can be a lot easier if time consuming to just scroll through all of the objects.
I have certainly used this on occasion.
I've assigned them to 3 and 9, prev and next respectively.
Very best wishes,