Re: How do I Stop NVDA from saying Blank when I arrow down in a document or email
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I need to move line by line, unfortunately.
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I don’t know what accounts for the difference. While others may know of another solution, you can use the speech dictionary so the word blank is never spoken. But you may not want to do that in case you want to hear it spoken in certain contexts.
Do you need to read moving line by line or can you read whatever you are reading using read to end. If you use read to end, blank lines aren’t spoken.
I'm just getting started using NVDA at home and at work. About the only issue I'm having so far is that, on my work computer, when I'm arrowing down a document, either in Outlook 2016, Word, or in a web application that uses Firefox or chrome, I can't get NVDA 2021-2 to stop saying "blank" whenever I encounter a blank line. I have punctuation and symbols set to none, and NVDA is set not to echo typed characters. Strangely, this isn't happening on my home computer using Office 2019 programs and, as far as I know, I have NVDA configured the same way.
Anybody got any suggestions?
Thanks for the help.