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Yes, I realize I didn't mention that. What I find with NVDA is that the gestures aren't always named clearly, so I, personally, have a hard time knowing exactly what to search for. My searches can narrow down results, but by that point, it can be simpler to simply go to the category in the tree, then find the setting in question. In any case, I was going more for teaching concepts of traversing a tree. Nonetheless, I will be sure to mention the search box in the next video.
On Mon, Dec 27, 2021 at 4:55 AM Jacob Kruger <jacob@...
Nimer, one thing I might have mentioned in the demo is that, if
you shift+tab off the treeview in the input gestures dialogue,
then you land in a search box, which can make it a lot easier to
find some gesture items, since that treeview contains a lot of
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On 2021-12-25 02:40 AM, Nimer Jaber
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