- A Note of Appreciation on NVDA and Foreign Languages
Re: A Note of Appreciation on NVDA and Foreign Languages
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Hi Jessica, I'll try my best to help but I unfortunately don't have all the answers.
My Mom taught me Mandarin braille years ago by googling resources online. I honestly don't know what she used since she was so young but doing a google search wouldn't hurt. I'm also not familiar with Mandarin or Japanese DAISY services as I never ever use them.
Can confirm as a Chinese speaker as well! Typing works great for the
most part, though choosing candidates in the IME can be a little
wonky, and some synthesizers react oddly to punctuation and the like.
But for the most part, foreign language support in NVDA, in Mandarin
and Japanese which are the languages I primarily use, is fantastic!
Not without its kinks, but certainly more than usable.
Hello, I'm Jessica Glasco. I'm totally blind, and I love NVDA. I have 2 braille displays.
I'd love to try and learn Japanese and Chinese braille. That'll be quite interesting.
I love foreign languages of both braille and sign language learn foreign languages of braille.
I'll always love NVDA.
You can feel free to contact me anytime. I was also wondering if there were Chinese Daisy online services I could add or turn on on my Victor Reader Stream new generation. It has wifi capabilities and online services. It's fun to learn.
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