I can't help further unless what you are describing is stated very
clearly. When do you hear space blank? What, exactly, are you
doing when you hear it? You write as though you hear both space and
blank spoken when you take the same action. For example, when you
move by character, you hear space blank spoken when you move. I'm
not saying that is what happens, but I don't know what you are
describing. Is that what you are saying and if so, what is the
action that causes the behavior?
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On 5/27/2022 1:15 AM, William wrote:
I have a blank line in Notepad, I hear blank. When I put
spaces on the line and nothing else, it still says blank. But
if I want to check to see if there are any spaces on the line
and I issue the say current line command twice quickly, the >
number of spaces are spoken on the line and blank isn't.
If it is in Notepad++, it will say
> You don't want to hear space
spoken when you are reading lines.
Sometimes, I am editing a file which
was given by a sighted person, and I see that there are lines of
spaces but it says blank, so at the first glance, I am confused.
But I totally agree that it is like sighted people do not see
spaces, so line with only spaces can be regarded as blank.
Gene 於 27/5/2022 11:32 寫道:
sounds to me as though you aren't reporting when it says space
and blank with enough detail. If I have a blank line in
Notepad, I hear blank. When I put spaces on the line and
nothing else, it still says blank. But if I want to check to
see if there are any spaces on the line and I issue the say
current line command twice quickly, the number of spaces are
spoken on the line and blank isn't.
That makes sense since if it announced space when it saw spaces
in a line when not spelling the line, you would hear space
announced during ordinary reading between every word.
On 5/26/2022 9:43 PM, William
Hmm, I am just wondering to my understand, blank is
nothing, but if there is spaces, and it says blank, I may be
Quentin Christensen 於 27/5/2022 10:13 寫道:
What is the context and would you rather it
When there is a empty line, nvda will report "blank."
But, if the line contain only spaces, say " " nvda will
say "space blank."
I wanna understand why nvda still regard it as blank
when there are spaces?
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