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For those having issues with say a large file, I read a big book
now and it took a bit a 300 page monster I just brought last week
The only thing I'd like added would be the decoding of epub files
that would be cool.
For those having issues with the reading the window later, yeah
you tab and its gone.
You hit things which are not the curser and its gone.
the window isn't a perminant fixture.
So after you read, hit control a, then control c, then paste it
into word or notepad or something, save and read and tbob's your
I am going to place this on all my systems I administrait,
because if I need to read any images now I can, good work.
Ooh and if the devs support donations give me a paypal address I
can send a 20 at, because I will be using this.
This is a good christmas present for some of us especially those
that can't afford christmas, I am not one of those persons but
this is a bonus.
On 9/12/2021 5:43 am, Joseph Lee wrote:
That's a yes and a no. Without going into details (in
consideration of the audience here), if the add-on
(specifically, the global plugin) detects it is focused on Excel
cell, it can perform the task associated with this command
(gesture) in Excel, namely row header script, so that's a yes.
It's also a no because of two reasons:
- Global plugins are consulted first when a user performs a
command. In case of this situation, NAO would be consulted
first, and the global plugin can choose to perform its duties
or perform Excel specific command. Therefore, it is critical
that global plugin authors come up with ways to honor app
scenarios if possible.
- What if a person presses NVDA+Shift+R multiple times? This
is used in Excel - when NVDA+Shift+R is pressed once, focused
cell is marked as row header cell, and the user would press
this command twice to clear this marker. If NAO does not check
how many times a person presses NVDA+Shift+R, only part of the
row header command would be performed.
These are the ones I can think of (again I won't go into code
since this is a user-centric forum).