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Re: Punctation and Symbols Settings

Karl-Heinz Arkenau <kha@...>
 

Hello,

thank you for the good explenation.

Of course, alls this makes (at leeast to me, somewehere in the word mey be someone with a different opinion...) sense...but I was wondering this "sentence ending" because it is not mentionend anywhere in die Users Guide and that made me curios and I couldn't let go of it. It's my nature..sorry if it was disturbing.

Greetings

Karl-Heinz

Am 02.05.2020 um 18:25 schrieb Brian Vogel:

I don't know how to make the explanation "sentence ending" more clear, but I'll try.  It means a period at the end of a sentence, like this one.   It does not mean a decimal point, like this, 151.20, or a date separator, like this, 2020.05.02, or any one of a number of other contexts where a period might be used other than as the terminal punctuation on a sentence.

Any of the punctuation settings that "come with" NVDA are given by NVDA and some, like this one, cannot be removed (and who would want to?).  I feel fairly certain that the descriptive phrase, "period, sentence ending," is, under the hood, a regular expression that catches the character before the period, the period itself, and makes sure that there is white space of some sort following it or that it is the very end of a string with nothing after it.  That would not be a clearer explanation to the majority of people than, "period, sentence ending."

I do not see any way to give the sentence ending attribute to some random other symbol, but why would one want to do so?  Off the top of my head, the three sentence ending punctuation marks in most (not all) European languages are period, question mark, and exclamation point.   All those are already covered by what "comes with" the NVDA punctuation characters list, though you could choose to modify what's announced.  Just the other day someone was asking about forcing sentence ending exclamation point to be pronounced as exclamation point rather than bang when reading at the punctuation level, which you can do by changing the replacement word from "bang" to the two words "exclamation point."  There is a separate entry for the exclamation point symbol, in a non-sentence ending context, that uses bang as its replacement.  If you do a lot of programming where the exclamation point is used for negation, and you're having that read, it's a lot faster and cleaner to hear something like, "If bang A," rather than, "If exclamation point A," since bang has been used as the shorthand name for exclamation point for a very long time now.
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Re: NVDA Settings Questions

 

Then, do as I did.  In the Punctuation and symbols dialog search at the top for the word, "dot".   It only comes up about five times, and two of those are for the sentence ending period and the straight single period character.  Change both of those instances to "period" for the replacement instead of dot.  And unless you want ellipses read as period period period rather than dot dot dot leave those instances alone.
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Re: NVDA Settings Questions

Dennis L <dennisl1982@...>
 

After I write the last word of the sentence and press period it speaks it as dot.  This is not what I want.

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of Brian Vogel
Sent: Saturday, May 2, 2020 1:34 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] NVDA Settings Questions

 

Dennis,

              This is a serious question:  When did it say it as dot?

              In playing with this, until I set both the period, sentence ending to read as period instead of dot, and set the straight period character to read as period instead of dot, if I wrote a sentence with a terminal period and then began backspacing out characters it would read as dot.   Once both were set to period then it was reading as period.  This suggests to me that when backspacing out characters to delete them NVDA is matching characters as single characters (which makes sense) rather than trying to use sentence context.  I don't want punctuation pronounced as a general rule, so I have not turned on anything that makes this occur when actually writing.  So when I put the period on any of these sentences it is not announced at all, nor are the letters as I type or the words as I complete them.
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Re: NVDA Settings Questions

 

Dennis,

              This is a serious question:  When did it say it as dot?

              In playing with this, until I set both the period, sentence ending to read as period instead of dot, and set the straight period character to read as period instead of dot, if I wrote a sentence with a terminal period and then began backspacing out characters it would read as dot.   Once both were set to period then it was reading as period.  This suggests to me that when backspacing out characters to delete them NVDA is matching characters as single characters (which makes sense) rather than trying to use sentence context.  I don't want punctuation pronounced as a general rule, so I have not turned on anything that makes this occur when actually writing.  So when I put the period on any of these sentences it is not announced at all, nor are the letters as I type or the words as I complete them.
--

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Re: NVDA Settings Questions

Dennis L <dennisl1982@...>
 

Okay let me give an example.  I just wrote okay let me give an example when I put the period it spoke that as dot and not period.  That is what I want changed.

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of Brian Vogel
Sent: Saturday, May 2, 2020 1:17 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] NVDA Settings Questions

 

As Sarah has mentioned, it depends on how and when you want a given thing pronounced.   NVDA, like most complex software, is highly configurable, but you (or I, when advising) have to know exactly what the circumstance is when "dot" is being pronounced where you'd prefer period instead.

I will always presume this is when you're going character by character, and hitting punctuation marks, unless specified otherwise.  It also matters where.  There is the sentence ending period and there is the period used elsewhere, and those are considered separate instances of the character.
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Re: NVDA Settings Questions

 

As Sarah has mentioned, it depends on how and when you want a given thing pronounced.   NVDA, like most complex software, is highly configurable, but you (or I, when advising) have to know exactly what the circumstance is when "dot" is being pronounced where you'd prefer period instead.

I will always presume this is when you're going character by character, and hitting punctuation marks, unless specified otherwise.  It also matters where.  There is the sentence ending period and there is the period used elsewhere, and those are considered separate instances of the character.
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Science has become just another voice in the room; it has lost its platform.  Now, you simply declare your own truth.

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Re: Sharing Miranda NG packs

David Csercsics
 

Might be worth using for IRC, or similar, I'll have to look at this, thanks.


Sharing Miranda NG packs

 

I'm sharing the page for Miranda NG Packs. This page doesn't have the blind centric pack, but the Sebijk Edition says it's accessible to blind people. I'm still using the blind version of Miranda NG I got years ago, from Andre Louis, or whatever his name is.

If I knew how, I'd love to make a pack and share it with you all, but I can't figure out how to export everything except my various accounts. Anyway, try the below.


Re: NVDA Settings Questions

Dennis L <dennisl1982@...>
 

I changed it it still says dot.

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of Brian Vogel
Sent: Saturday, May 2, 2020 12:50 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] NVDA Settings Questions

 

You can change what NVDA says for any punctuation or symbol in the Punctuation and Symbols settings, NVDA+N,P,P.  I presume you mean the period at the end of a sentence, in which case the very first item you will see in the list is for the period, sentence ending, with its replacement as "dot."  If you get yourself to the Replacement box, erase dot, type period (spelled out), and hit the OK button that will be changed.

I'll leave the other two to others.
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Re: NVDA Settings Questions

Sarah k Alawami
 

I believe some of this can be found in settings. For example hit nvda p to get your symbol level, and for the dot instead of period go to the dictionary settings. I believe some of this was discussed at length in the list archives.

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On 2 May 2020, at 9:43, Dennis L wrote:

Hi, I have used Jaws for years.  I’m giving NVDA another look.  When I’m writing an email it says dot instead of period.  How do I change this?  Is there any way to turn off column 4 row 3 etc. when on a webpage? Is there anyway when using outlook as your typing who the message is to to have the auto complete suggest automatically spoken?


Re: NVDA Settings Questions

 

You can change what NVDA says for any punctuation or symbol in the Punctuation and Symbols settings, NVDA+N,P,P.  I presume you mean the period at the end of a sentence, in which case the very first item you will see in the list is for the period, sentence ending, with its replacement as "dot."  If you get yourself to the Replacement box, erase dot, type period (spelled out), and hit the OK button that will be changed.

I'll leave the other two to others.
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NVDA Settings Questions

Dennis L <dennisl1982@...>
 

Hi, I have used Jaws for years.  I’m giving NVDA another look.  When I’m writing an email it says dot instead of period.  How do I change this?  Is there any way to turn off column 4 row 3 etc. when on a webpage? Is there anyway when using outlook as your typing who the message is to to have the auto complete suggest automatically spoken?


Re: NVDA list accessibility

Rosemarie Chavarria
 

NVDA doesn't have a PC cursor like Jaws. Browse mode is like the PC cursor.



On 5/2/2020 1:09 AM, bhanu computer wrote:
i am asking how to press PC cursor in NVDA is there a way


Re: Punctation and Symbols Settings

 

I don't know how to make the explanation "sentence ending" more clear, but I'll try.  It means a period at the end of a sentence, like this one.   It does not mean a decimal point, like this, 151.20, or a date separator, like this, 2020.05.02, or any one of a number of other contexts where a period might be used other than as the terminal punctuation on a sentence.

Any of the punctuation settings that "come with" NVDA are given by NVDA and some, like this one, cannot be removed (and who would want to?).  I feel fairly certain that the descriptive phrase, "period, sentence ending," is, under the hood, a regular expression that catches the character before the period, the period itself, and makes sure that there is white space of some sort following it or that it is the very end of a string with nothing after it.  That would not be a clearer explanation to the majority of people than, "period, sentence ending."

I do not see any way to give the sentence ending attribute to some random other symbol, but why would one want to do so?  Off the top of my head, the three sentence ending punctuation marks in most (not all) European languages are period, question mark, and exclamation point.   All those are already covered by what "comes with" the NVDA punctuation characters list, though you could choose to modify what's announced.  Just the other day someone was asking about forcing sentence ending exclamation point to be pronounced as exclamation point rather than bang when reading at the punctuation level, which you can do by changing the replacement word from "bang" to the two words "exclamation point."  There is a separate entry for the exclamation point symbol, in a non-sentence ending context, that uses bang as its replacement.  If you do a lot of programming where the exclamation point is used for negation, and you're having that read, it's a lot faster and cleaner to hear something like, "If bang A," rather than, "If exclamation point A," since bang has been used as the shorthand name for exclamation point for a very long time now.
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      ~ Dr. Paul A. Offit, in New York Times article, How Anti-Vaccine Sentiment Took Hold in the United States, September 23, 2019

 

 


Re: Punctation and Symbols Settings

Karl-Heinz Arkenau <kha@...>
 

^Hey there,

ok, than a little bit more specific. ;-)


In my installation of NVDA the first linein the list of interpunction and symbols it says:

".senntence ending", "replace by ."," Level: All"and in the last column(Keep" it says "always.
My question now ist: "What does these "endeing sentence" mean? Can I add this the any other sign? Or is this given by NVDA?

I hope it is a little more specific now.

Yours

Karl-Heinz".

Am 02.05.2020 um 16:48 schrieb Brian Vogel:

Unless you can tell us what it is you'd like to change, specifically, it's impossible to say.  You can certainly modify the attributes on anything in that list in the dialog, whether it will achieve what you want to do is another matter.  You can add items to the list as well.

No one can give specific guidance for an utterly unspecific question.  The most specific I can get is, "Yes, you can change those settings."
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Re: Punctation and Symbols Settings

 

Unless you can tell us what it is you'd like to change, specifically, it's impossible to say.  You can certainly modify the attributes on anything in that list in the dialog, whether it will achieve what you want to do is another matter.  You can add items to the list as well.

No one can give specific guidance for an utterly unspecific question.  The most specific I can get is, "Yes, you can change those settings."
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Science has become just another voice in the room; it has lost its platform.  Now, you simply declare your own truth.

      ~ Dr. Paul A. Offit, in New York Times article, How Anti-Vaccine Sentiment Took Hold in the United States, September 23, 2019

 

 


Re: Punctation and Symbols Settings

Karl-Heinz Arkenau <kha@...>
 

Hey,

ok, I unerstand that.

But there is no way to change that sttings, right? Or didn't I just recognized that?

Thank you!

Karl-Heinz Arkenau

Am 02.05.2020 um 02:08 schrieb Brian Vogel:

On Fri, May 1, 2020 at 07:05 PM, Gene wrote:

In the punctuation dialog, there is a setting for some marks that deal
with the end of a sentence.
As well as other relative positions.  A good example of that is what gets labeled as "negative number" which I'd have to presume is a hyphen when placed immediately before a numeric digit.

The first three are period at the end of a sentence, pronounced as dot, exclamation point at end of sentence, pronounced as bang, and question mark at end of sentence, pronounced as question.  (This is, of course, when you're in a reading mode with punctuation symbols enabled.  There's also an in-word single quotation mark, pronounced as tick.

Other than a couple of phrase ending characters, like semicolon and colon, the rest are mostly emoji characters, fractions, and monetary symbols.

I've had an explanation of the levels and preservation in the past (and it was probably on this group, but might have been via private correspondence) but I can't recall exactly how those two attributes work.

I'd imagine there has got to be a language-specific pronunciation table for punctuation, but since I've never used any language but English (and don't intend to experiment at the moment) I can't say for certain.
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configuring nvda for announcing heading and heading levels:

 

hello every one.
i wish to set nvda to announce heading level only even if i disable
reporting headings in document formatting!
is it possible? if so, how?
when i press h, i know that i move by headings.
fortunately nvda announces heading and its level after the content of
that heading.
but, if i move line by line, nvda unfortunately announces heading
before its content!
how i can i change this behaviour that if i enable reporting headings
in document formatting,
nvda announces headings and there level after there content even when
i navigate line by line?!
unfortunately, some authors forget to close heading tag,
and in some websites, nvda announces heading before any line which i
am moving to it by down arrow key!
its very annoying!
knowing heading levels are important for me, when i disable reporting
headings, i also miss heading levels.
but hearing heading before its content, is very annoying!
how can i overcome this problem?
thanks for your help, God bless you!

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Re: Windows OneCore voices

Deenadayalan Moodley
 

Hi Chris,

 

I just test it here with Hazel and it works as a primary voice.  I even shutdown NVDA and launched it once more and it came up with Hazel.

 

I also tried with the Indian Ravi voice and it worked.

 

Thanks.

 

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of Chris Mullins
Sent: Saturday, 02 May 2020 12:21
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Windows OneCore voices

 

Hi Sarah

This is extremely odd.  Narrator uses the british voices without a problem and if using the NVDA Voices dialog, I set the Voice to Microsoft Mark and check the “Automatic dialect switching (when supported)” box the user entered text in this email is red using the George British English voice and the message headers are read using the Mark US English voice.  So it appears that the British English voice can be used by NVDA but cannot be set as the primary speaking voice.  If there is a reason why the British English voices cannot be used,

  1. Why do they appear as choices in the list of available voices?
  2. why do they all speak using the David US English voice when selected in the list rather than gracefully display an error condition?         

Cheers

Chris

 

From: Sarah k Alawami
Sent: 01 May 2020 17:05
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Windows OneCore voices

 

No there is not. If microsoft did not make those voices sapi 5 usable, you cannot use them. This is what someone told me somewhere.

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On 1 May 2020, at 4:13, Chris Mullins wrote:

Hi

Further to the OneCore voice issue, I have checked in Narrator and established that the deep male voice is David and the 3 other named voices, Hazel, Susan and George are all British  English voices.  The settings for auto language and dialect switching are both checked.  It appears that NVDA will use US English voices but not the British ones.  Is there a setting somewhere that I have missed?

 

Cheers

Chris  

 

From: Chris Mullins via groups.io
Sent: 01 May 2020 11:38
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Windows OneCore voices

 

 

                Hi Quintin

This is a confused situation.  My original message was based on the incorrect post re the latest NVDA RC.  I followed the link in that post to the “What’s New” details in 2019.2 and read about the OneCore rate boost feature being added, mistakenly thinking I was using 2019.1.  Immediately After seeing other list members messages about the post, I re-sent the message after correcting my mistake but you are responding to my original incorrect post.

 

The OneCore Rate Boost reference no longer applies but the issue regarding the OneCore voices for Hazel, Susan, David and George all being the same deep male voice remains and I wondered if it was an issue that was known about.    

 

Apologies for the confusion

 

Chris

 

From: Quentin Christensen
Sent: 01 May 2020 03:20
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Windows OneCore voices

 

Do you mean you're using NVDA 2019.2.1?  We introduced Rate Boost in NVDA 2019.2 for Windows OneCore - it's been in since NVDA 2011.2.

 

We haven't done anything new with it since 2019.2.

 

In any case, I'm glad you're appreciating it!

 

Quentin.

 

On Thu, Apr 30, 2020 at 5:54 AM Chris Mullins <cjmullins29@...> wrote:

Hi

I was a bit puzzled after reading that OneCore voices would have the rate boost feature added in the forthcoming new release of NVDA.  I’m using OneCore with 2019.1 and it already has rate boost.  Whilst checking out the different OneCore voices in the synth ring, I noticed that Mark, and Zira voices seem to work OKK but Hazel, Susan, David and George all had the same deep male voice.  This was the same in the Voice dialog after NVDA+Control+v was pressed.  Is this a known problem?

 

Cheers

Chris       

 


 

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Re: Windows OneCore voices

Chris Mullins
 

Hi Sarah

This is extremely odd.  Narrator uses the british voices without a problem and if using the NVDA Voices dialog, I set the Voice to Microsoft Mark and check the “Automatic dialect switching (when supported)” box the user entered text in this email is red using the George British English voice and the message headers are read using the Mark US English voice.  So it appears that the British English voice can be used by NVDA but cannot be set as the primary speaking voice.  If there is a reason why the British English voices cannot be used,

  1. Why do they appear as choices in the list of available voices?
  2. why do they all speak using the David US English voice when selected in the list rather than gracefully display an error condition?         

Cheers

Chris

 

From: Sarah k Alawami
Sent: 01 May 2020 17:05
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Windows OneCore voices

 

No there is not. If microsoft did not make those voices sapi 5 usable, you cannot use them. This is what someone told me somewhere.

Take care

Sarah Alawami, owner of TFFP. . For more info go to our website.

to subscribe to the feed click here and you can also follow us on twitter

Our discord is where you will know when we go live on [twitch.](http://twitch.tv/ke7zum] Feel free to give the channel a follow and see what is up there.

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On 1 May 2020, at 4:13, Chris Mullins wrote:

Hi

Further to the OneCore voice issue, I have checked in Narrator and established that the deep male voice is David and the 3 other named voices, Hazel, Susan and George are all British  English voices.  The settings for auto language and dialect switching are both checked.  It appears that NVDA will use US English voices but not the British ones.  Is there a setting somewhere that I have missed?

 

Cheers

Chris  

 

From: Chris Mullins via groups.io
Sent: 01 May 2020 11:38
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Windows OneCore voices

 

 

                Hi Quintin

This is a confused situation.  My original message was based on the incorrect post re the latest NVDA RC.  I followed the link in that post to the “What’s New” details in 2019.2 and read about the OneCore rate boost feature being added, mistakenly thinking I was using 2019.1.  Immediately After seeing other list members messages about the post, I re-sent the message after correcting my mistake but you are responding to my original incorrect post.

 

The OneCore Rate Boost reference no longer applies but the issue regarding the OneCore voices for Hazel, Susan, David and George all being the same deep male voice remains and I wondered if it was an issue that was known about.    

 

Apologies for the confusion

 

Chris

 

From: Quentin Christensen
Sent: 01 May 2020 03:20
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Windows OneCore voices

 

Do you mean you're using NVDA 2019.2.1?  We introduced Rate Boost in NVDA 2019.2 for Windows OneCore - it's been in since NVDA 2011.2.

 

We haven't done anything new with it since 2019.2.

 

In any case, I'm glad you're appreciating it!

 

Quentin.

 

On Thu, Apr 30, 2020 at 5:54 AM Chris Mullins <cjmullins29@...> wrote:

Hi

I was a bit puzzled after reading that OneCore voices would have the rate boost feature added in the forthcoming new release of NVDA.  I’m using OneCore with 2019.1 and it already has rate boost.  Whilst checking out the different OneCore voices in the synth ring, I noticed that Mark, and Zira voices seem to work OKK but Hazel, Susan, David and George all had the same deep male voice.  This was the same in the Voice dialog after NVDA+Control+v was pressed.  Is this a known problem?

 

Cheers

Chris       

 


 

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Training and Support Manager