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I will try to make this short. In my humble opinion, unlike the control characters, the carriage return(\r) is generated by the enter/return key. It is a whitespace character like the tab or blank which are correctly spoken by NVDA.
On Dec 15, 2021, at 11:22 AM, Gene <gsasner@...
If its going to say anything, I would think enter is what should be
said. Return is only the effect of pressing enter in certain
contexts. And what about people who want to hear it not just in word or
text writing applications? I think the solution is to have a definable
speak commands key function. Now, the user can’t define what is or isn’t
spoken.; Every key, the arrow keys, enter, tab, nvda key when used with
another modifier such as control, backspace every time you press it before the
letter being removed is announced, control when used with other keys, and I
would imagine others ai haven’t thought of, are spoken. Its maddening
unless you require to hear all this for some reason. It makes the feature
useless for most people.
If adding this definability is easy and requires little work, the following
doesn’t matter. If it would be enough work to amount to something, it
might be a good idea to take a poll of users to see if the demand justifies the
work when compared with the need for other work to be done.
Sent: Wednesday, December 15, 2021 9:44 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] NVDA Features feedback
the carriage return character at all times when entering or reading
text. You can say ‘carriage return’ or ’new