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Re: Free captcha solving chrome extension

Mallard
 

Ready to test here tooo!


Ciao,

Ollie

Il 12/04/2019 15:09, marcio via Groups.Io ha scritto:
Oliver,
I'd sure love to test it!
So when you can, just send me the link for the Firefox version! :)

Cheers,
Marcio AKA /Starboy/
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Em 12/04/2019 10:02, Oliver Edholm disse:
Hi Marcio! I'll soon have a Firefox version as well, I'll send on Messenger if you want to test!

On Fri, Apr 12, 2019 at 04:54 AM, marcio wrote:

Oliver, is this extension going to be developed for Firefox as well?
I hoped to test it and give you some feedback, but Chrome isn't
my default browser hence I'm not comfortable with it to test
something there right now.
Also I never even installed an extension on this browser, so...

Looking forward to see this one in Firefox, and my apologies if
I'm asking too much. Take your time :)

Cheers,
MarcioAKA /Starboy/
Follow or add me on Facebook <https://facebook.com/coolbutpsycho>

Em 12/04/2019 08:08, Oliver Edholm disse:

Hi!

I just wanted to announce that I'm now releasing a Chrome
Extension for automatic captcha solving.

You can download the extension here:
http://www.screenreader.ai/download_captcha_solver.html

I'm a sighted machine learning researcher that recently have
caught an eye on the field of web accessibility.

Websites are primarily designed to be interacted with
visually which is hard to do if you have a visual impairment.
Here I think there's big potential for AI to help and look at
the web page visually and then give correct and helpful
information to the visually impaired or blind user.

I'm also the creator of the newly created but fairly popular
NVDA add-on, "Image Describer", can be found at NVDA add-ons
list, (if you're interested in trying out):
https://addons.nvda-project.org/index.en.html

I'm looking towards doing much more than this, please contact
me or reply to this thread if you want to get help with
something accessibility wise or have any kind of feedback.


Re: Mozilla seems to have changed the options window, again

Gene
 

Brian doesn't know what the bug is.  I suggest you write a description of it as though you were submitting a report and send it to him.  As far as I know, the bug is that you have to be in forms mode in order to see certain fields in options.  But I'm not sure if you are saying there is more to it.
 

Gene
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Subject: Re: [nvda] Cuttie Mozilla seems to have changed (again) the options' window

Brian, would you do me this big favor and report it to the guys out there?
I never reported a bug before and I'm afraid I'll not manage to do it right now. So if you can, I'd appreciate it indeed :)

Cheers,
Marcio AKA Starboy
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Em 12/04/2019 04:35, Brian's Mail list account via Groups.Io disse:
So basically then, the field is not focussed like it is on google but is on the page. I wonder what the point of changing the way search works was? Might worth reporting it on the  Firefox bug tracker or on nvda github in case a work around is possible.
Brian

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Subject: [nvda] Cuttie Mozilla seems to have changed (again) the options' window


Hey folks,
So the subject speaks for itself.
Some of you may remember me from the other thread about the add-ons'
section, isn't it?
Well, here we are again. Now, though, the situation is in fact at least
a little bit better.
Our dear mozilla, on what I believe to be the latest Firefox, changed in
a way the options' window, where we have general, privacy and such.
At first, I was about to post here asking for a workaround for this one,
but I found it myself.
The story is like that: being on said window, one can't, for their life,
arrow through the options anymore. Well, at least it was what I was getting.
Then, don't know why, but as a last resort I tried to play with the
window using NVDA in focus mode.
Guess what? It worked!
In fact, I believe it worked because now in this very same window you
have a search field where you can type in parts of what you want to get,
for example "priva" for privacy. But, this field actually is also a submenu!
No, you haven't read it wrong. It's a field and a submenu, as NVDA
reports it.
I'll have to say, that's the first time I've seen something like that.
Quite odd, if you ask me.

Well, all of this to say that, if you getting the same as I got, then
justdo the NVDA focus mode thing or the equivalent on your screen
reader, tab through the screen and then at some point you'll be able to
arrow through the options like we are used to do.

Cheers,
Marcio
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Re: Observation of Reply Behaviour of Some List Members

 

On Fri, Apr 12, 2019 at 04:22 AM, Tyler Wood wrote:
Why mail clients are still, in 2019 not honoring the threaded view and starting an entire new one is beyond me - is there anything specific that would cause such a thing?
Yes, it depends entirely on what a given e-mail client uses to build threads.  Most use a combination of actual subject along with any one of several other e-mail header fields that most of us don't ever see because we don't display e-mail headers in full.

One big problem that occurs far more frequently on some of the blind technology related lists is that subjects accidentally get changed, causing a topic split when none was intended.  All it takes is adding a space or deleting one in a Subject: field and, bang, new topic.  When I actually see this occurring on the archive I immediately merge the "stray" back into the original and just pray that whoever follows up might not follow-up directly to the stray.  We also see this happen when folks use e-mail classification programs that intentionally alter the Subject: field by adding text to it, e.g., [spam] or something similar.

Most threading algorithms these days pay a lot of attention to the content of Subject:.  It has, in fact, become common to make that the primary determinant in deciding, "What is a thread/conversation?"    It's presumed that if someone is deliberately altering the Subject: field in an ongoing topic it's because they're intentionally trying to spin-off a different topic.   So the best thing one can do to avoid accidental topic/thread/conversation splits is to leave the Subject: field unchanged.  The second thing is to avoid using just altering the subject as a "new thread creation" technique.  Starting a new topic via the posting address absolutely guarantees that a new thread/conversation/topic is going to be created even if it were to have exactly the same title as an existing one (which, I'd have to believe everyone knows, is a very bad idea).
 
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Re: Free captcha solving chrome extension

Arno Schuh
 

Hi Oliver,

could you explain how your captcha solver works?
In the German mailing list since the last week a captcha solver entitled Captcha buster is spreaded. It is available for Chorme and Firefox, too. If I understand the way it works correctly they use the option of recaptcha to recognize the alternative audio file.
So if your solving routine uses an other way to solve the captcha it would be nice to have a second tool.

Yours sincerely

Arno

Am Freitag, 12. April 2019 13:08 schrieb Oliver Edholm <oliver.edholm@...>:

Hi!

I just wanted to announce that I'm now releasing a Chrome Extension
for automatic captcha solving.

You can download the extension here:
http://www.screenreader.ai/download_captcha_solver.html

I'm a sighted machine learning researcher that recently have caught
an eye on the field of web accessibility.

Websites are primarily designed to be interacted with visually which
is hard to do if you have a visual impairment. Here I think there's
big potential for AI to help and look at the web page visually and
then give correct and helpful information to the visually impaired or
blind user.

I'm also the creator of the newly created but fairly popular NVDA
add-on, "Image Describer", can be found at NVDA add-ons list, (if
you're interested in trying out):
https://addons.nvda-project.org/index.en.html

I'm looking towards doing much more than this, please contact me or
reply to this thread if you want to get help with something
accessibility wise or have any kind of feedback.


Re: Observation of Reply Behaviour of Some List Members

 

On Fri, Apr 12, 2019 at 03:51 AM, Brian's Mail list account wrote:
Brian our moderator does not agree that this can occur
Brian, please, please, please stop harping on this!!   I have never, ever said it cannot occur.   I have said it is exceedingly rare for the vast majority of users around the world, and it is.  I have been in the computing world full time since the 1980s and the kinds of issue you routinely describe yourself as having is not, in any way, characteristic of most users experiences, period.

You are having a long term problem with your ISP.   It is up to you to get that fixed via your ISP or change ISPs.  General policy or expectation should not be set based on idiosyncratic behavior by an ISP, and cannot be.

Extremely delayed or out of order delivery is very, very, very rare for most users of e-mail and, as such, will never be presumed to be the norm.
 
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Re: Free captcha solving chrome extension

Dan Beaver
 

Oliver,


I have installed the extension.  Now Brave asks me if I want to disable developer mode extensions every time I start Brave.  Should I go into the settings and turn developer mode off or what.  this is going to get kind of irritating after a while if I have to keep getting these warnings.


thanks for this great extension.


Dan Beaver


Re: Free captcha solving chrome extension

Jacob Kruger
 

Silly question, but, can you provide the URL of a site/page, which is an example of the type of captcha it should be able to solve/work with?


TIA


Jacob Kruger
Blind Biker
"Resistance is futile...but, acceptance is versatile..."

On 2019-04-12 3:03 PM, Oliver Edholm wrote:
Hi! I think it should work on all Chromium based browsers, please inform me if it doesn't!

Thank you for your encouragement, hopefully, this is just the beginning :)

On Fri, Apr 12, 2019 at 05:18 AM, Mallard wrote:
Oliver,


I've just downloaded your automatic captcha solier. Do you think it
would work with brave, which is Chromium-based?


Just curious.


I want to thank you for your efforts, and commitment to make your
research useful to help us.


I'm really excited and encouraged when I see there are still people who
see the importance of accessibility to improve our daily lives.


I'll let you know how your add-on works on my machine.


Ciao,

Ollie





Il 12/04/2019 13:08, Oliver Edholm ha scritto:

Hi!

I just wanted to announce that I'm now releasing a Chrome Extension
for automatic captcha solving.

You can download the extension here:
http://www.screenreader.ai/download_captcha_solver.html

I'm a sighted machine learning researcher that recently have caught an
eye on the field of web accessibility.

Websites are primarily designed to be interacted with visually which
is hard to do if you have a visual impairment. Here I think there's
big potential for AI to help and look at the web page visually and
then give correct and helpful information to the visually impaired or
blind user.

I'm also the creator of the newly created but fairly popular NVDA
add-on, "Image Describer", can be found at NVDA add-ons list, (if
you're interested in trying out):
https://addons.nvda-project.org/index.en.html

I'm looking towards doing much more than this, please contact me or
reply to this thread if you want to get help with something
accessibility wise or have any kind of feedback.


Re: Free captcha solving chrome extension

 

Oliver,
I'd sure love to test it!
So when you can, just send me the link for the Firefox version! :)

Cheers,
Marcio AKA Starboy
Follow or add me on Facebook

Em 12/04/2019 10:02, Oliver Edholm disse:

Hi Marcio! I'll soon have a Firefox version as well, I'll send on Messenger if you want to test! 

On Fri, Apr 12, 2019 at 04:54 AM, marcio wrote:
Oliver, is this extension going to be developed for Firefox as well?
I hoped to test it and give you some feedback, but Chrome isn't my default browser hence I'm not comfortable with it to test something there right now.
Also I never even installed an extension on this browser, so...

Looking forward to see this one in Firefox, and my apologies if I'm asking too much. Take your time :)

Cheers,
MarcioAKA Starboy
Follow or add me on Facebook

Em 12/04/2019 08:08, Oliver Edholm disse:

Hi!

I just wanted to announce that I'm now releasing a Chrome Extension for automatic captcha solving.

You can download the extension here: http://www.screenreader.ai/download_captcha_solver.html

I'm a sighted machine learning researcher that recently have caught an eye on the field of web accessibility.

Websites are primarily designed to be interacted with visually which is hard to do if you have a visual impairment. Here I think there's big potential for AI to help and look at the web page visually and then give correct and helpful information to the visually impaired or blind user.

I'm also the creator of the newly created but fairly popular NVDA add-on, "Image Describer", can be found at NVDA add-ons list, (if you're interested in trying out): https://addons.nvda-project.org/index.en.html

I'm looking towards doing much more than this, please contact me or reply to this thread if you want to get help with something accessibility wise or have any kind of feedback.



Re: Free captcha solving chrome extension

Oliver Edholm
 

Hi Simone! Thanks for the awesome reply!! Please spread as much as possible.


Re: Free captcha solving chrome extension

Oliver Edholm
 

Hi! I think it should work on all Chromium based browsers, please inform me if it doesn't!

Thank you for your encouragement, hopefully, this is just the beginning :)


On Fri, Apr 12, 2019 at 05:18 AM, Mallard wrote:
Oliver,


I've just downloaded your automatic captcha solier. Do you think it
would work with brave, which is Chromium-based?


Just curious.


I want to thank you for your efforts, and commitment to make your
research useful to help us.


I'm really excited and encouraged when I see there are still people who
see the importance of accessibility to improve our daily lives.


I'll let you know how your add-on works on my machine.


Ciao,

Ollie





Il 12/04/2019 13:08, Oliver Edholm ha scritto:

Hi!

I just wanted to announce that I'm now releasing a Chrome Extension
for automatic captcha solving.

You can download the extension here:
http://www.screenreader.ai/download_captcha_solver.html

I'm a sighted machine learning researcher that recently have caught an
eye on the field of web accessibility.

Websites are primarily designed to be interacted with visually which
is hard to do if you have a visual impairment. Here I think there's
big potential for AI to help and look at the web page visually and
then give correct and helpful information to the visually impaired or
blind user.

I'm also the creator of the newly created but fairly popular NVDA
add-on, "Image Describer", can be found at NVDA add-ons list, (if
you're interested in trying out):
https://addons.nvda-project.org/index.en.html

I'm looking towards doing much more than this, please contact me or
reply to this thread if you want to get help with something
accessibility wise or have any kind of feedback.


Re: BARD express

Gerardo Corripio
 

Yes please if there’s an AddOn developper, see about making an AddOn! Not everyone has the same opportunities to have Jaws. Yes I can always on top of a book, Control+b, but nevertheless I feel we shouldn’t be left out of the full potential of BARD Express only for using an alternative screen reader like NVDA!

 

                                                                                              Enviado desde Correo para Windows 10

 

De: Robert Doc Wright godfearer
Enviado: jueves, 11 de abril de 2019 11:51 p. m.
Para: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Asunto: [nvda] BARD express

 

If any of the developers are using this windows program can you see if there is a way to have all of the annotation read?

 

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Re: Free captcha solving chrome extension

Oliver Edholm
 

Hi Marcio! I'll soon have a Firefox version as well, I'll send on Messenger if you want to test! 


On Fri, Apr 12, 2019 at 04:54 AM, marcio wrote:
Oliver, is this extension going to be developed for Firefox as well?
I hoped to test it and give you some feedback, but Chrome isn't my default browser hence I'm not comfortable with it to test something there right now.
Also I never even installed an extension on this browser, so...

Looking forward to see this one in Firefox, and my apologies if I'm asking too much. Take your time :)

Cheers,
MarcioAKA Starboy
Follow or add me on Facebook

Em 12/04/2019 08:08, Oliver Edholm disse:

Hi!

I just wanted to announce that I'm now releasing a Chrome Extension for automatic captcha solving.

You can download the extension here: http://www.screenreader.ai/download_captcha_solver.html

I'm a sighted machine learning researcher that recently have caught an eye on the field of web accessibility.

Websites are primarily designed to be interacted with visually which is hard to do if you have a visual impairment. Here I think there's big potential for AI to help and look at the web page visually and then give correct and helpful information to the visually impaired or blind user.

I'm also the creator of the newly created but fairly popular NVDA add-on, "Image Describer", can be found at NVDA add-ons list, (if you're interested in trying out): https://addons.nvda-project.org/index.en.html

I'm looking towards doing much more than this, please contact me or reply to this thread if you want to get help with something accessibility wise or have any kind of feedback.


Quick Navigation By Heading In MS Word Focus Mode

Bhavya shah
 

Dear all,

I presently switch to browse mode in MS Word and use standard quick
navigation commands to navigate heading by heading. However, there is
a certain scenario in which I need to be heavily multitasking, often
not listening to NVDA at all but constantly taking notes, navigating
to different sections (sorted by headings) of the Word document whilst
constantly inputting text under each section. A problem I am commonly
facing whilst doing this activity is forgetting to switch between
focus mode and browse mode in Word, due to which I sometimes miss
taking crucial notes as I am paying attention to something else rather
than hear NVDA frantically say "not supported in this document" as I
am typing while still in browse mode, or fail to navigate in the
document and instead enter text like "hhhh" since I am still in focus
ode.

One way in which I imagine solving this problem is if I were able to
navigate heading by heading whilst in focus mode itself in MS Word. I
use Word 2016, and I seem to have some recollection of having read
about the ability to performing heading navigation using Word 2016's
Find functionality or via key commands along the lines of
Ctrl+Alt+PgUp/PgDn. In case heading navigation by some internal Word
2016 functionality is possible, please explain the process of making
use of that.

I would truly appreciate any assistance.

Thanks.

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Re: Narrator voice appears to be overriding NVDA voice in say all and automated page reading

Christopher Bartlett
 

YEs, George is plugged in wherever he can be, both in NVDA settings and Windows settings.  You may have something with a say-all config; I was messing with config earlier this week, something I hadn't done before, so I may have messed something up, which I will check later when I'm on that machine.
Thanks for the  suggestion.
Christopher B


On Thu, Apr 11, 2019 at 4:08 PM Andre Fisher <andrefisher729@...> wrote:
Hi.

So you said you've set George as your default OneCore voice in the NVDA speech settings as well? Do you have any saved say all configuration profile?



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Re: Free captcha solving chrome extension

Simone Dal Maso
 

Hello Oliver,
Well, I don't know if you have exactly the idea of how useful is your extension.
I will spread the news on the italian forum, but I simply want to thank you for this because it is simply awesome!

Best regards!

Il 12/04/2019 13:08, Oliver Edholm ha scritto:
Hi!
I just wanted to announce that I'm now releasing a Chrome Extension for automatic captcha solving.
You can download the extension here: http://www.screenreader.ai/download_captcha_solver.html
I'm a sighted machine learning researcher that recently have caught an eye on the field of web accessibility.
Websites are primarily designed to be interacted with visually which is hard to do if you have a visual impairment. Here I think there's big potential for AI to help and look at the web page visually and then give correct and helpful information to the visually impaired or blind user.
I'm also the creator of the newly created but fairly popular NVDA add-on, "Image Describer", can be found at NVDA add-ons list, (if you're interested in trying out): https://addons.nvda-project.org/index.en.html
I'm looking towards doing much more than this, please contact me or reply to this thread if you want to get help with something accessibility wise or have any kind of feedback.


Re: Free captcha solving chrome extension

Mallard
 

Oliver,


I've just downloaded your automatic captcha solier. Do you think it would work with brave, which is Chromium-based?


Just curious.


I want to thank you for your efforts, and commitment to make your research useful to help us.


I'm really excited and encouraged when I see there are still people who see the importance of accessibility to improve our daily lives.


I'll let you know how your add-on works on my machine.


Ciao,

Ollie

Il 12/04/2019 13:08, Oliver Edholm ha scritto:

Hi!

I just wanted to announce that I'm now releasing a Chrome Extension for automatic captcha solving.

You can download the extension here: http://www.screenreader.ai/download_captcha_solver.html

I'm a sighted machine learning researcher that recently have caught an eye on the field of web accessibility.

Websites are primarily designed to be interacted with visually which is hard to do if you have a visual impairment. Here I think there's big potential for AI to help and look at the web page visually and then give correct and helpful information to the visually impaired or blind user.

I'm also the creator of the newly created but fairly popular NVDA add-on, "Image Describer", can be found at NVDA add-ons list, (if you're interested in trying out): https://addons.nvda-project.org/index.en.html

I'm looking towards doing much more than this, please contact me or reply to this thread if you want to get help with something accessibility wise or have any kind of feedback.


Re: Free captcha solving chrome extension

 

Oliver, is this extension going to be developed for Firefox as well?
I hoped to test it and give you some feedback, but Chrome isn't my default browser hence I'm not comfortable with it to test something there right now.
Also I never even installed an extension on this browser, so...

Looking forward to see this one in Firefox, and my apologies if I'm asking too much. Take your time :)

Cheers,
Marcio AKA Starboy
Follow or add me on Facebook

Em 12/04/2019 08:08, Oliver Edholm disse:

Hi!

I just wanted to announce that I'm now releasing a Chrome Extension for automatic captcha solving.

You can download the extension here: http://www.screenreader.ai/download_captcha_solver.html

I'm a sighted machine learning researcher that recently have caught an eye on the field of web accessibility.

Websites are primarily designed to be interacted with visually which is hard to do if you have a visual impairment. Here I think there's big potential for AI to help and look at the web page visually and then give correct and helpful information to the visually impaired or blind user.

I'm also the creator of the newly created but fairly popular NVDA add-on, "Image Describer", can be found at NVDA add-ons list, (if you're interested in trying out): https://addons.nvda-project.org/index.en.html

I'm looking towards doing much more than this, please contact me or reply to this thread if you want to get help with something accessibility wise or have any kind of feedback.



Re: Mozilla seems to have changed the options window, again

 

Brian, would you do me this big favor and report it to the guys out there?
I never reported a bug before and I'm afraid I'll not manage to do it right now. So if you can, I'd appreciate it indeed :)

Cheers,
Marcio AKA Starboy
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Em 12/04/2019 04:35, Brian's Mail list account via Groups.Io disse:

So basically then, the field is not focussed like it is on google but is on the page. I wonder what the point of changing the way search works was? Might worth reporting it on the  Firefox bug tracker or on nvda github in case a work around is possible.
Brian

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Sent: Friday, April 12, 2019 1:03 AM
Subject: [nvda] Cuttie Mozilla seems to have changed (again) the options' window


Hey folks,
So the subject speaks for itself.
Some of you may remember me from the other thread about the add-ons'
section, isn't it?
Well, here we are again. Now, though, the situation is in fact at least
a little bit better.
Our dear mozilla, on what I believe to be the latest Firefox, changed in
a way the options' window, where we have general, privacy and such.
At first, I was about to post here asking for a workaround for this one,
but I found it myself.
The story is like that: being on said window, one can't, for their life,
arrow through the options anymore. Well, at least it was what I was getting.
Then, don't know why, but as a last resort I tried to play with the
window using NVDA in focus mode.
Guess what? It worked!
In fact, I believe it worked because now in this very same window you
have a search field where you can type in parts of what you want to get,
for example "priva" for privacy. But, this field actually is also a submenu!
No, you haven't read it wrong. It's a field and a submenu, as NVDA
reports it.
I'll have to say, that's the first time I've seen something like that.
Quite odd, if you ask me.

Well, all of this to say that, if you getting the same as I got, then
justdo the NVDA focus mode thing or the equivalent on your screen
reader, tab through the screen and then at some point you'll be able to
arrow through the options like we are used to do.

Cheers,
Marcio
AKA /Starboy/


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Quick Navigation By Heading in Google Docs

Bhavya shah
 

Dear all,

In a Google Docs document I am working on, I would like to navigate
heading by heading. Since I don't believe browse mode for Google Docs
is supported, I am unable to perform quick navigation in Google Docs.
Could someone please explain the process of doing so?

I would truly appreciate any assistance.

Thanks.

--
Best Regards
Bhavya Shah

Blogger at Hiking Across Horizons: https://bhavyashah125.wordpress.com/
E-mail Address: bhavya.shah125@...
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bhavyashah125/


Re: Free captcha solving chrome extension

Hareth
 

Hi Oliver,
Many thanks. Your effort is greatly appreciated.
Best regards.

On 4/12/19, Oliver Edholm <oliver.edholm@...> wrote:
Hi!

I just wanted to announce that I'm now releasing a Chrome Extension for
automatic captcha solving.

You can download the extension
here: http://www.screenreader.ai/download_captcha_solver.html

I'm a sighted machine learning researcher that recently have caught an eye
on the field of web accessibility.

Websites are primarily designed to be interacted with visually which is hard
to do if you have a visual impairment. Here I think there's big potential
for AI to help and look at the web page visually and then give correct and
helpful information to the visually impaired or blind user.

I'm also the creator of the newly created but fairly popular NVDA add-on,
"Image Describer", can be found at NVDA add-ons list, (if you're interested
in trying out): https://addons.nvda-project.org/index.en.html

I'm looking towards doing much more than this, please contact me or reply to
this thread if you want to get help with something accessibility wise or
have any kind of feedback.