Re: NVDA and Email Images


 

And I'll make the point, again, that it's very difficult to discuss solutions or workarounds without actual examples to work from.  Even if it's a section of an e-mail that's problematic that gets cut and pasted, that's better than just a description.

And, as Jackie noted, if the thing in question is a text-based captcha, they are designed to thwart OCR.  They rely on the rather extraordinary pattern matching that humans can do when faced with incomplete and/or distorted visual information (provided they can see, of course).
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