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OK, thanks. Ignore my previous message. I should have read
further before writing.
On 5/26/2022 4:33 PM, Gene wrote:
It isn't the down arrow on the main keyboard. It is 2 on the
numpad. I don't know the laptop command. 2 on the numpadd when
used with NVDA reads the current character and pressing it twice
says the phonetic name such as Charlie for c.
On 5/26/2022 3:30 PM, brice Mijares
this does not work for me, it just moves me down 2 lines. I am
starting to think I may have silenced NVDA and brought up
narrator to get alpha, Bravo
charlie for the letters. Thanks.
On 5/26/2022 1:18 PM, Monte Single wrote:
It is not an app; it is a feature of nvda itself.
I use it often as my hearing is not the best and I want to
know the exact spelling of a name or word.
So, say I come across the word Banff, as in Banff national
park in alberta.
And I think was that an "f" or an :s:?
I use the right arrow to land on the letter I am not sure of,
and press the down arrow twice quickly. That it, you will
hear the alpha bravo equivalent.
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On Behalf Of brice Mijares
Sent: May 26, 2022 12:36 PM
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Subject: [nvda] a particular app
I can't remember the name of this app where you could use
your arrow keys and hear the letters alpha for A B for bravo
ETC. Would some kind sole refresh my memory of this app? Thank