Re: Improvements to the caps lock key and the NVDA key
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Or if its not enabled as a NVDA modifier key in NVDA keyboard settings
Then Thats fair enough If you want normal caps lock operation
But the caps lock key must remain an option to be used as a NVDA modifier key for those of us who require it
From: Steve Nutt
Sent: 12 November 2021 12:45
Subject: Re: [nvda] Improvements to the caps lock key and the NVDA key
I think what Rowan is saying is that if you just press the caps lock key without any other key, NVDA should pass it through. I agree with this.
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From: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> On Behalf Of Chris via groups.io
And what about those of us who cannot use their right hand???
Or is your opinion tough shit to those of have only the use of one hand
As long as you dont have to press a key twice, sod everybody else
I think we need to improve the caps lock key, Since the function of the NVDA key is to cooperate with other keys to trigger a certain function, pressing the caps lock key once has no meaning for NVDA. Can we return it to the operating system for processing? This way we don’t need to quickly press Caps Lock twice every time we switch between upper and lower case. Some screen reader is already doing this, and the user experience is very good. I think NVDA can also do this, or even better.