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Regarding reading webpages I can recommend my TextNav add-on. You
can press Alt+Shift+DownArrow to find the text where you can start
reading - it works well on most webpages.
On 10/20/2021 8:36 AM, Alan Joyce
I’m new to using NVDA having
little exposure to other text to speech programs before
jumping in. I’ve use a program called the Grid which acts as
a keyboard emulator to help me with my typing as I’m unable
to physically access a standard keyboard. With my setup on
NVDA, I have found a few elements which I’m struggling with
and would appreciate a guide through. These are;
When reading out a lengthy
email from Gmail opened in the EDGE browser, is it possible
to control the read back rate – say line by line – so I can
pick up on what is being typed. What are the key combination
for this and the settings which would allow this?
When I open a webpage in the
Edge, is it possible for NVDA to start to read the page
content automatically? At the moment, it announces the page
opening and I have to start finding my way through Tabbing
or down arrow key which seems to work some times and then
For above, is there one reading
mode which is preferred over the other?
I’m sure I’ve more to come on
top of these but I’d welcome a start!
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