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Re: A call for testing to users of the OCR add-on

David Ingram
 

How do I get the ocr ad-on? I could not seem to be able to find it. could someone send a direct link. Thank you.

-----Original Message-----
From: Lukasz Golonka <lukasz.golonka@mailbox.org>
Sent: Aug 23, 2020 4:14 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] A call for testing to users of the OCR add-on

Hello,

On Sat, 22 Aug 2020 02:34:42 -0600
"Robert Doc Wright godfearer" <godfearer@comcast.net> wrote:

Is this suppose to what Jaws does for reading print from a scanner?

No, this add-on allows to recognize current navigator object with
Tesseract engine similar to what is possible with NVDA built-in OCR but
works regardless of Windows version.

--
Regards
Lukasz



Re: Indicating Spelling Error

Gene
 

This qquestion assumes that Jarte flags misspelled words in the text. We first need to know if it does. If not, you would be asking for a new feature in general.

It may do so but Jarte is based on Wordpad and Wordpad doesn't do this.

Gene

-----Original Message-----
From: Rob Hudson
Sent: Friday, August 28, 2020 2:09 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Indicating Spelling Error

That's nice, but NVDA buzzes in word hwen it encounters a spelling error. I want to talk to the Jarte people so they can modify their program so NVDA does it there too. I did not ask how to spell check in Jarte. Thanks though.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Jackie" <abletec@gmail.com>
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Date: Fri, 28 Aug 2020 11:50:16 -0700
Subject: Re: [nvda] Indicating Spelling Error

Press f7 in Jarte. Once Jarte stops, Down arrow to the context menu.
You'll see your error. Continued down arrowing shows you other
options, including spelling suggestions, as well as ignoring once,
all, or adding to dictionary.

On 8/28/20, Rob Hudson <rob_hudson3182@opopanax.net> wrote:
What is the mechanism used by NVDA to indicate a spelling error?

I would like to talk to the folks at Jarte and have them ad something to
their program so that NVDA indicates spelling errors just like it does in
Word or one of the web browsers.




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Re: Indicating Spelling Error

Rob Hudson
 

That's nice, but NVDA buzzes in word hwen it encounters a spelling error. I want to talk to the Jarte people so they can modify their program so NVDA does it there too. I did not ask how to spell check in Jarte. Thanks though.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Jackie" <abletec@gmail.com>
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Date: Fri, 28 Aug 2020 11:50:16 -0700
Subject: Re: [nvda] Indicating Spelling Error

Press f7 in Jarte. Once Jarte stops, Down arrow to the context menu.
You'll see your error. Continued down arrowing shows you other
options, including spelling suggestions, as well as ignoring once,
all, or adding to dictionary.

On 8/28/20, Rob Hudson <rob_hudson3182@opopanax.net> wrote:
What is the mechanism used by NVDA to indicate a spelling error?

I would like to talk to the folks at Jarte and have them ad something to
their program so that NVDA indicates spelling errors just like it does in
Word or one of the web browsers.




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Re: Indicating Spelling Error

Jackie
 

Press f7 in Jarte. Once Jarte stops, Down arrow to the context menu.
You'll see your error. Continued down arrowing shows you other
options, including spelling suggestions, as well as ignoring once,
all, or adding to dictionary.

On 8/28/20, Rob Hudson <rob_hudson3182@opopanax.net> wrote:
What is the mechanism used by NVDA to indicate a spelling error?

I would like to talk to the folks at Jarte and have them ad something to
their program so that NVDA indicates spelling errors just like it does in
Word or one of the web browsers.



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Indicating Spelling Error

Rob Hudson
 

What is the mechanism used by NVDA to indicate a spelling error?

I would like to talk to the folks at Jarte and have them ad something to their program so that NVDA indicates spelling errors just like it does in Word or one of the web browsers.


Re: Helping to make an Edge/Chrome RSS reader accessible

Amir
 

So what happens if you have several feeds from one single website. Is it possible to place all website-specific feeds under a single branch or tree view? Or will all articles belonging to all feeds be presented together? If the latter, it'll make handling feeds and articles quite cumbersome.

Best,
Amir


Re: Few questions regarding the Place Markers add-on

Amir
 

my tests indicate that the Place Markers add-on cannot extend a mark's functionality to domains. That is, each mark is useful for the page on which it was created. Rather disappointing IMO. Moreover, it tends to lose the position for which it was created if the page undergoes some changes. So, with all respect, it can't match the JAWS Place Marker functionality in its current form.

Cheers,
Amir


update on editing with NVDA when writing a comment

Pascal Lambert
 

Hi,

On www.breitbard.com website which uses Discus for comments, NVDA is not reading the comment and when restarted it reads the comment does not allow editing as it does not voice the letters as you navigate with the cursor.  I just found this morning that this is happening when using Google Chrome and not Firefox.  A week earlier I did not have this problem with Google Chrome either.  Any insight is greatly appreciated.

Blessings

Pascal 

  


Re: Helping to make an Edge/Chrome RSS reader accessible

Vincent van Itallie
 

I've used theoldreader for qa few years as described in this subject.
However I started to use inoreader from now on because of their automation options.
It is far from accessible but I am trying to do somesugguestions via their support team.
I use inoreader on windows 10 with a app called myreader, you can get it from the win 10 store.
Only issue I have is that It wo'nt read the name of the site the article comes from.
You have a simple listview and with a keystroke you can open each article in your webbroser of cchoise.
You can start articles from the ap and so on.

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On Sun, Aug 9, 2020, at 8:14 PM, Cristóbal wrote:

Don’t know what to tell you, but at least for me, it’s not all that complicated. I’ve got my feeds sorted nicely into folders that are all displayed on one page. First it’s the folder then the individual feeds below it. I can view all feed entries by folder or feed. Oldest to newest and vice versa. Have them shown as a list view or full article. Share an article to Facebook or Twitter (in my case, I don’t have these services connected for this option), Save to Instapaper or Pocket or share  via email. Again, you don’t “have to pay). There is a free option. Paying the nominal amount is to unlock bonus features, be able to retrieve a larger number of feeds  and again, to support the service. I recall a few months ago a new RSS service based out of Germany being talked about. Like a lot of other services, they touted their privacy-centric approach, but again, they were web based and also had free and paid options. Who’s to say their assurances aren’t any better or worse about data privacy than any other random add-on or extension…

I did try using Outlook’s built in RSS feed for like five minutes and that  was a no go for sure. No structure or easy way to navigate by topic etc.

I’ve had my share of hopefully so far unsuccessful  attempts to get into my accounts too. A password manager, 2FA wherever possible, etc is a good idea regardless of what service you may or may not use.  

 

Cristóbal

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of Amir
Sent: Sunday, August 9, 2020 10:42 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Helping to make an Edge/Chrome RSS reader accessible

 

Cristóbal, it's mostly a matter of taste although I feel I shouldn't have to pay $2 or more per month for a service when stand-alone extensions can do the job and Internet Explorer has been propelling it for many years. Moreover, with email I also tend to use Thunderbird rather than the web interface. Unlike you I feel finding information, or even a single feed hidden in a folder when you have more than 100 feeds, via the web interface is much more cumbersome and time-consuming than utilizing a stand-alone app. Finally -- and as someone who has been the target of hopefully unsuccessful Apple and Gmail hacking attacks, I guess it's much more important than you portray. At any event and as you rightly said, to each their own.

 

Best,

Amir




Re: Capslock as modifier

Gene
 

Thank you. I'll look at it.

Gene

-----Original Message-----
From: Quentin Christensen
Sent: Thursday, August 27, 2020 8:19 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Capslock as modifier


There is an issue open for that use case Gene. There have been some technical limitations on implementing it in the past. I'm not sure whether those still exist, but the issue is here if you are interested: https://github.com/nvaccess/nvda/issues/3286

Quentin.


On Fri, Aug 28, 2020 at 11:06 AM Gene <gsasner@gmail.com> wrote:
I understand that they have very different functions. I've seen them both
but I didn't realize what was being described as to the beep when reviewing
text you are describing.

I've never played with the beep for capitals in the settings for the voice
dialog. However, there is what I consider a serious omission inits
function. it doesn't beep for capitals unless you are moving through text
by carachter. If you move by word, it doesn't beep, if you are using read
to end, it doesn't beep. I have to be moving by caracter. I consider that
to be a serious omission.

gene
-----Original Message-----
From: Luke Davis
Sent: Thursday, August 27, 2020 7:43 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Capslock as modifier

It is not more limited. It is just different.

The first beeps if you type a lower-case letter while holding shift. Since
that
only happens if capslock is on, it is an effective indication of capslock.

The second is effective when reviewing text: it doesn't relate to typing,
but
to situations wherein you are arrowing around or using review commands.
Similar to, or an alternative to, the change pitch for capital letters
option,
it is just a method of alerting you to capital letters that you are reading.
Incidental to speak typed characters, it also happens to beep when you type
a
capital letter, but that isn't its primary function.

The first relates to writing, the second to reading. Neither is "more
limited"
than the other, they solve different problems.

Luke


On Thu, 27 Aug 2020, Gene wrote:

Does that mean that the more limited one should be removed?

Gene
-----Original Message----- From: Quentin Christensen

Gene there are two settings mentioned in the thread, which initially sound
similar, but work differently to each other:

In NVDA's keyboard settings there is an option "Beep if typing lowercase
letters when caps lock is on". That option beeps when caps lock is on AND
you then press SHIFT and type a letter (which will come out lowercase).
That option works regardless of your keyboard echo settings.

In NVDA'S speech settings there is an option "Beep for capitals". With
that on whenever you arrow to a capital letter or type a capital letter,
NVDA will beep, however it only does this when reading the letter, so it
only reads while typing if speak typed characters is enabled.









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Re: Follow-up: so what will happen to Joseph Lee's add-ons when he steps back

rowen brian <manchen0528@...>
 

Congratulations Joseph


Re: Capslock as modifier

Quentin Christensen
 

There is an issue open for that use case Gene.  There have been some technical limitations on implementing it in the past.  I'm not sure whether those still exist, but the issue is here if you are interested:  https://github.com/nvaccess/nvda/issues/3286

Quentin.

On Fri, Aug 28, 2020 at 11:06 AM Gene <gsasner@...> wrote:
I understand that they have very different functions.  I've seen them both
but I didn't realize what was being described as to the beep when reviewing
text you are describing.

I've never played with the beep for capitals in the settings for the voice
dialog.  However, there is what I consider a serious omission inits
function.  it doesn't beep for capitals unless you are moving through text
by carachter.  If you move by word, it doesn't beep, if you are using read
to end, it doesn't beep.  I have to be moving by caracter.  I consider that
to be a serious omission.

gene
-----Original Message-----
From: Luke Davis
Sent: Thursday, August 27, 2020 7:43 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Capslock as modifier

It is not more limited.  It is just different.

The first beeps if you type a lower-case letter while holding shift.  Since
that
only happens if capslock is on, it is an effective indication of capslock.

The second is effective when reviewing text: it doesn't relate to typing,
but
to situations wherein you are arrowing around or using review commands.
Similar to, or an alternative to, the change pitch for capital letters
option,
it is just a method of alerting you to capital letters that you are reading.
Incidental to speak typed characters, it also happens to beep when you type
a
capital letter, but that isn't its primary function.

The first relates to writing, the second to reading.  Neither is "more
limited"
than the other, they solve different problems.

Luke


On Thu, 27 Aug 2020, Gene wrote:

> Does that mean that the more limited one should be removed?
>
> Gene
> -----Original Message----- From: Quentin Christensen
>
> Gene there are two settings mentioned in the thread, which initially sound
> similar, but work differently to each other:
>
> In NVDA's keyboard settings there is an option "Beep if typing lowercase
> letters when caps lock is on".  That option beeps when caps lock is on AND
> you then press SHIFT and type a letter (which will come out lowercase).
> That option works regardless of your keyboard echo settings.
>
> In NVDA'S speech settings there is an option "Beep for capitals".  With
> that on whenever you arrow to a capital letter or type a capital letter,
> NVDA will beep, however it only does this when reading the letter, so it
> only reads while typing if speak typed characters is enabled.








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Re: Capslock as modifier

Gene
 

I understand that they have very different functions. I've seen them both but I didn't realize what was being described as to the beep when reviewing text you are describing.

I've never played with the beep for capitals in the settings for the voice dialog. However, there is what I consider a serious omission inits function. it doesn't beep for capitals unless you are moving through text by carachter. If you move by word, it doesn't beep, if you are using read to end, it doesn't beep. I have to be moving by caracter. I consider that to be a serious omission.

gene

-----Original Message-----
From: Luke Davis
Sent: Thursday, August 27, 2020 7:43 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Capslock as modifier

It is not more limited. It is just different.

The first beeps if you type a lower-case letter while holding shift. Since that
only happens if capslock is on, it is an effective indication of capslock.

The second is effective when reviewing text: it doesn't relate to typing, but
to situations wherein you are arrowing around or using review commands.
Similar to, or an alternative to, the change pitch for capital letters option,
it is just a method of alerting you to capital letters that you are reading.
Incidental to speak typed characters, it also happens to beep when you type a
capital letter, but that isn't its primary function.

The first relates to writing, the second to reading. Neither is "more limited"
than the other, they solve different problems.

Luke


On Thu, 27 Aug 2020, Gene wrote:

Does that mean that the more limited one should be removed?

Gene
-----Original Message----- From: Quentin Christensen

Gene there are two settings mentioned in the thread, which initially sound similar, but work differently to each other:

In NVDA's keyboard settings there is an option "Beep if typing lowercase letters when caps lock is on". That option beeps when caps lock is on AND you then press SHIFT and type a letter (which will come out lowercase). That option works regardless of your keyboard echo settings.

In NVDA'S speech settings there is an option "Beep for capitals". With that on whenever you arrow to a capital letter or type a capital letter, NVDA will beep, however it only does this when reading the letter, so it only reads while typing if speak typed characters is enabled.


Re: Capslock as modifier

Luke Davis
 

It is not more limited. It is just different.

The first beeps if you type a lower-case letter while holding shift. Since that only happens if capslock is on, it is an effective indication of capslock.

The second is effective when reviewing text: it doesn't relate to typing, but to situations wherein you are arrowing around or using review commands.
Similar to, or an alternative to, the change pitch for capital letters option, it is just a method of alerting you to capital letters that you are reading.
Incidental to speak typed characters, it also happens to beep when you type a capital letter, but that isn't its primary function.

The first relates to writing, the second to reading. Neither is "more limited" than the other, they solve different problems.

Luke

On Thu, 27 Aug 2020, Gene wrote:

Does that mean that the more limited one should be removed?

Gene
-----Original Message----- From: Quentin Christensen

Gene there are two settings mentioned in the thread, which initially sound similar, but work differently to each other:

In NVDA's keyboard settings there is an option "Beep if typing lowercase letters when caps lock is on". That option beeps when caps lock is on AND you then press SHIFT and type a letter (which will come out lowercase). That option works regardless of your keyboard echo settings.

In NVDA'S speech settings there is an option "Beep for capitals". With that on whenever you arrow to a capital letter or type a capital letter, NVDA will beep, however it only does this when reading the letter, so it only reads while typing if speak typed characters is enabled.


Re: Capslock as modifier

Gene
 

Does that mean that the more limited one should be removed?

Gene

-----Original Message-----
From: Quentin Christensen
Sent: Thursday, August 27, 2020 5:19 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Capslock as modifier


Gene there are two settings mentioned in the thread, which initially sound similar, but work differently to each other:

In NVDA's keyboard settings there is an option "Beep if typing lowercase letters when caps lock is on". That option beeps when caps lock is on AND you then press SHIFT and type a letter (which will come out lowercase). That option works regardless of your keyboard echo settings.

In NVDA'S speech settings there is an option "Beep for capitals". With that on whenever you arrow to a capital letter or type a capital letter, NVDA will beep, however it only does this when reading the letter, so it only reads while typing if speak typed characters is enabled.

Kind regards

Quentin.


On Thu, Aug 27, 2020 at 9:29 PM Gene <gsasner@gmail.com> wrote:
I don't know if this varies when using different versions of Windows or for
some other reason.

gene
-----Original Message-----
From: Chris Mullins
Sent: Thursday, August 27, 2020 4:54 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Capslock as modifier



Hi

My settings are: synth set to beep if capital letter, speak typed characters
off, speak typed words on.



This does not beep when typing CAPITAL LETTERS, either with capslock on or
when using shift with caps lock off. Using shift with caps lock on does
produce a beep. In other words, the synthesizer setting that indicates
capital letters only works when typing if Speak typed characters is on.



I'm using Windows 10 2004 and NVDA 2020.2



Cheers

Chris





From: Gene
Sent: 27 August 2020 03:21
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Capslock as modifier





I just tested this and it beeps when speak typed characters is on or off.

It does it when speak words is on or off as well, so the screen-reader could

be silent and it would still beep.



Gene

-----Original Message-----

From: Quentin Christensen

Sent: Wednesday, August 26, 2020 9:18 PM

To: nvda@nvda.groups.io

Subject: Re: [nvda] Capslock as modifier





It should still beep when typing a lowercase letter with caps lock on - so

if you have double pressed the caps lock key and caps lock is on. If you

then press SHIFT and type a letter (which will come out lowercase) NVDA will

beep.



In NVDA'S speech settings there is an option "Beep for capitals". With that

on whenever you arrow to a capital or type a capital letter, NVDA will beep,

however it only does this when reading the letter, so it only reads when

typing, if speak typed characters is enabled.



Quentin.





On Thu, Aug 27, 2020 at 10:54 AM Janet Brandly <jbrandly@shaw.ca> wrote:





To add to my last note, although I have the box checked in the keyboard

settings to let me know if capital keys are being typed when I want lower

case, that’s not working. I’ve got it set to say words as I type them, so

perhaps that is the problem? I really don’t need to hear each character.























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Re: Problem enter thunderbird with NVDA

Daniel Damacena
 

Did you try to close this tab using ctrl+w?

Em 27/08/2020 16:54, Dave Grossoehme escreveu:

Good Day:  Has anyone else had a problem entering into Thunder Bird using windows 2004 and the latest nvda version.  For the last 2 days I had a problem.  After I enter the program, I hear task bar.  If I tab once I hear options and I have to used a sight person to click at the top to get to the in box, or all mail etc. I have tried using the control + tab to no avail and the f6 doesn't help either.  This is on version 78 of T. b.

Dave




Re: Problem enter thunderbird with NVDA

Gene
 

I only received one. You may have a problem where you thought you sent two, but it doesn't appear you did.

Gene

-----Original Message-----
From: Dave Grossoehme
Sent: Thursday, August 27, 2020 3:00 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: [nvda] Problem with thrunder bird and sending

Good Day: I apology about 2 message. When I sent the last message t2o
messag were sent instead of one. To my knowledge, this was for no
reason. Can someone help here?

Dave


Re: Problem enter thunderbird with NVDA

Gene
 

It may be that you were working in options and didn't close the options window. I don't know why thunderbird does this and if it is a problem for sighted users. But I found that if you do something in options, you must close that window with control f4 after you finish. Then you will return to the main window and the next time you open the program, you will be in the main window. But if you work in options, then close the program with alt f4, when you open it again, you will be in the options window. So open the program, close the optionns window with control f4, then do whatever you want in the main window. Then close the program in the usual way. The next time you open it, you will be in the main window.

Gene

-----Original Message-----
From: Dave Grossoehme
Sent: Thursday, August 27, 2020 2:54 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: [nvda] Problem enter thunderbird with NVDA

Good Day: Has anyone else had a problem entering into Thunder Bird
using windows 2004 and the latest nvda version. For the last 2 days I
had a problem. After I enter the program, I hear task bar. If I tab
once I hear options and I have to used a sight person to click at the
top to get to the in box, or all mail etc. I have tried using the
control + tab to no avail and the f6 doesn't help either. This is on
version 78 of T. b.

Dave


Re: Capslock as modifier

Quentin Christensen
 

Gene there are two settings mentioned in the thread, which initially sound similar, but work differently to each other:

In NVDA's keyboard settings there is an option "Beep if typing lowercase letters when caps lock is on".  That option beeps when caps lock is on AND you then press SHIFT and type a letter (which will come out lowercase).  That option works regardless of your keyboard echo settings.

In NVDA'S speech settings there is an option "Beep for capitals".  With that on whenever you arrow to a capital letter or type a capital letter, NVDA will beep, however it only does this when reading the letter, so it only reads while typing if speak typed characters is enabled.

Kind regards

Quentin.

On Thu, Aug 27, 2020 at 9:29 PM Gene <gsasner@...> wrote:
I don't know if this varies when using different versions of Windows or for
some other reason.

gene
-----Original Message-----
From: Chris Mullins
Sent: Thursday, August 27, 2020 4:54 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Capslock as modifier



Hi

My settings are: synth set to beep if capital letter, speak typed characters
off, speak typed words on.



This does not beep when typing CAPITAL LETTERS, either with capslock on or
when using shift with caps lock off.  Using shift with caps lock on does
produce a beep.  In other words, the synthesizer setting that indicates
capital letters only works when typing if Speak typed characters is on.



I'm using Windows 10 2004 and NVDA 2020.2



Cheers

Chris





From: Gene
Sent: 27 August 2020 03:21
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Capslock as modifier





I just tested this and it beeps when speak typed characters is on or off.

It does it when speak words is on or off as well, so the screen-reader could

be silent and it would still beep.



Gene

-----Original Message-----

From: Quentin Christensen

Sent: Wednesday, August 26, 2020 9:18 PM

To: nvda@nvda.groups.io

Subject: Re: [nvda] Capslock as modifier





It should still beep when typing a lowercase letter with caps lock on - so

if you have double pressed the caps lock key and caps lock is on.  If you

then press SHIFT and type a letter (which will come out lowercase) NVDA will

beep.



In NVDA'S speech settings there is an option "Beep for capitals".  With that

on whenever you arrow to a capital or type a capital letter, NVDA will beep,

however it only does this when reading the letter, so it only reads when

typing, if speak typed characters is enabled.



Quentin.





On Thu, Aug 27, 2020 at 10:54 AM Janet Brandly <jbrandly@...> wrote:





To add to my last note, although I have the box checked in the keyboard

settings to let me know if capital keys are being typed when I want lower

case, that’s not working. I’ve got it set to say words as I type them, so

perhaps that is the problem? I really don’t need to hear each character.























--



Quentin Christensen

Training and Support Manager





Web: www.nvaccess.org

Training: https://www.nvaccess.org/shop/

Certification: https://certification.nvaccess.org/

User group: https://nvda.groups.io/g/nvda

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/NVAccess

Twitter: @NVAccess




















--
Quentin Christensen
Training and Support Manager


Capslock as modifier

Janet Brandly
 

Thanks to everyone for hints/suggestions about solving my caps lock problem.

Janet

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