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No, this one cames from my personal collection...
As far as I know, it is not yet oficially updated...
Às 18:13 de 04/10/2021, Sarah k Alawami
Is this on the nvda add ons site, the one
that lists *all* add ons which I cant’ remember now?
The one someone so kindly put together?
What the user wants is that NVDA announces automatically the
He must use this add-on:
Author: David CM
Add-on name: Enhanced Phonetic Reading
Description: This add-on add some features to phonetic reading
as the following:
announce the character description for the last read character
after n milliseconds when the character was read by character
review commands, E.G. left and right arrow keys, left, current
or right character review commands, ETC.
Read the character description instead of the current
character. This feature must be enabled or disabled manually
and will be deactivated when NVDA is closed.
NVDA portuguese team
Às 05:18 de 04/10/2021, Quentin
NVDA can give you phonetic
pronunciation, but the execution is slightly different.
If you press many NVDA keystrokes once, they will read
the information, twice quickly spells it, and three
times quickly spells it phonetically. For instance, if
you press NVDA+up arrow (or NVDA+l if using laptop
keyboard layout), NVDA will read the current line. If
you press it twice quickly, it will spell the current
line, and if you press it three times quickly it will
spell it phonetically.
For words, press numpad 5 or
For the current character, press
numpad 2 or NVDA+dot
(For those thinking ahead, yes they
report the word or character at the review cursor, but
anyone not already familiar with that probably isn't
moving the review cursor independently of the caret too
On Mon, Oct 4, 2021 at 2:49 PM Sameer
Dear List Members,
In JAWS, if the user stays on a letter for 5 seconds,
JAWS will speak
the letter phonetically. For example, if the user stays
on the letter G
in the word God, JAWS will first read G & after 5
seconds, say Golf.
Is there a similar setting or add-on in NVDA?
Training and Support Manager