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Re: Question on Chrome, Re: [nvda] Can we pass graphics while navigating web pages using NVDA?

Gene
 

But there may be times when people want to hear the page as it is when reading.  Perhaps the person wants to make sure that no related content links are missed.  Perhaps for other reasons I haven't thought of.  Just as the screen-reader has lots of settings for announcing or not announcing information such as headings and links, it is consistent with that design philosophy to also cause graphics to be announced or not.  The screen-reader shouldn't, by omission, steer the user toward using a specific reading mode.
 
I haven't used recent versions of NVDA so I don't know if an announce graphics has been added in document presentation settings But it should be.
Gene

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Sent: Sunday, February 17, 2019 6:06 PM
Subject: Question on Chrome, Re: [nvda] Can we pass graphics while navigating web pages using NVDA?

Hi,
I use reader view in Firefox but did not know that chrome has a reader view mode. I do not want to use chrome's read aloud feature, but could you tell me how to use reader view in chrome?
Thanks!
-LM

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On Sun, 2/17/19, Brian Vogel <britechguy@...> wrote:

 Subject: Re: [nvda] Can we pass graphics while navigating web pages using NVDA?
 To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
 Date: Sunday, February 17, 2019, 3:53 PM
 
 This strikes me as something that
 can be taken care of outside the screen reader, rather than
 by the screen reader.
 
 Firefox and Chrome both have reader modes and support the
 Read Aloud add-on/extension.  I have used the latter
 extensively with several of my clients since it distills
 webpages to their narrative text, getting rid of embedded
 links, etc.  It makes it possible to go through a Wikipedia
 page without losing your mind, for instance.
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 Build 17763  
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 intelligence can be invested in ignorance when the need for
 illusion is deep.
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Re: Question on Chrome, Re: [nvda] Can we pass graphics while navigating web pages using NVDA?

Laurie Mehta
 

Thanks..
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On Sun, 2/17/19, Brian Vogel <@britechguy> wrote:

Subject: Re: Question on Chrome, Re: [nvda] Can we pass graphics while navigating web pages using NVDA?
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Date: Sunday, February 17, 2019, 4:52 PM

There is also a Read Mode
extension, which works slightly differently than the native
page distiller in Chrome.  The button it places on the
Chrome Toolbar that you right arrow to get to after hitting
ALT to throw focus to the Chrome Menu button serves as a
toggle, turning that read mode on or off, depending on the
current state of the page.

Chrome
Reader Extension Install Page

I don't know if the results from one or the
other may "play better" with a screen reader or
not.
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Re: Golden Cursor question

David Moore
 

Amen!

You sure cannot do that much with the mouse with JAWS.

I said that by the way about the Golden Cursor doing much more than the mouse feature in JAWS, and it is just a fact if one would read the documentation for Golden Cursor!

David Moore

 

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From: Brian Vogel
Sent: Sunday, February 17, 2019 3:24 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Golden Cursor question

 

On Sun, Feb 17, 2019 at 02:58 PM, Steve Nutt wrote:

Someone suggested that GC does more than the JAWS cursor, but I don’t really see that.

Well, it can come in really, really handy for being able to activate unlabeled controls, repeatedly, in programs one might not otherwise be able to access.

I've helped someone who really needed to be able to use a program that was, for all intents and purpose, completely inaccessible get through it for their intended purposes just because they could do the equivalent of "point and click" on the controls once we'd worked together to locate them on a fully maximized window for that program.  Admittedly, my sight was necessary for the setup phase, but it made it possible to use this antique thing they had to be able to use as they only needed to be able to activate two controls (and I don't recall the details at this point).

There are different kinds of accessibility, and while this certainly isn't complete in any meaningful sense it certainly is functional within the context.  I've recommended programs that are not 100% accessible but where the function of focus is because it's only that function I intend the client to use it for, and the program is particularly good at it.
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Re: Question on Chrome, Re: [nvda] Can we pass graphics while navigating web pages using NVDA?

 

There is also a Read Mode extension, which works slightly differently than the native page distiller in Chrome.  The button it places on the Chrome Toolbar that you right arrow to get to after hitting ALT to throw focus to the Chrome Menu button serves as a toggle, turning that read mode on or off, depending on the current state of the page.

Chrome Reader Extension Install Page

I don't know if the results from one or the other may "play better" with a screen reader or not.
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Re: Question on Chrome, Re: [nvda] Can we pass graphics while navigating web pages using NVDA?

 

https://www.techwareguide.com/turn-on-secret-reading-mode-in-chrome-pc/

And I just confirmed it works, provided you have completely closed Chrome.  If you have not turned off the setting that allows Chrome to run in the background even when the browser is not visible to you, the user, you will need to restart your system before firing up the tweaked desktop shortcut.
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Re: Question on Chrome, Re: [nvda] Can we pass graphics while navigating web pages using NVDA?

Mary Otten
 

I have exactly the same question. I recall some time back installing an add-on, or at least thinking I had it installed, that was suppose to read like Safari does with its reader mode or FireFox with its. That never worked, and it is the chief reason why, following a couple of attempts at different times, I just kicked chrome to the curb. The f9 in FF is so convenient, but it would be good to have more than one alternative, especially since MS has said it is moving to use Chromium for its Edge browser.


Mary

On 2/17/2019 4:06 PM, Laurie Mehta via Groups.Io wrote:
Hi,
I use reader view in Firefox but did not know that chrome has a reader view mode. I do not want to use chrome's read aloud feature, but could you tell me how to use reader view in chrome?
Thanks!
-LM

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On Sun, 2/17/19, Brian Vogel <@britechguy> wrote:

Subject: Re: [nvda] Can we pass graphics while navigating web pages using NVDA?
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Date: Sunday, February 17, 2019, 3:53 PM
This strikes me as something that
can be taken care of outside the screen reader, rather than
by the screen reader.
Firefox and Chrome both have reader modes and support the
Read Aloud add-on/extension.  I have used the latter
extensively with several of my clients since it distills
webpages to their narrative text, getting rid of embedded
links, etc.  It makes it possible to go through a Wikipedia
page without losing your mind, for instance.
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64-Bit, Version 1809,
Build 17763
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intelligence can be invested in ignorance when the need for
illusion is deep.
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Bellow, To Jerusalem and Back


Question on Chrome, Re: [nvda] Can we pass graphics while navigating web pages using NVDA?

Laurie Mehta
 

Hi,
I use reader view in Firefox but did not know that chrome has a reader view mode. I do not want to use chrome's read aloud feature, but could you tell me how to use reader view in chrome?
Thanks!
-LM

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On Sun, 2/17/19, Brian Vogel <@britechguy> wrote:

Subject: Re: [nvda] Can we pass graphics while navigating web pages using NVDA?
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Date: Sunday, February 17, 2019, 3:53 PM

This strikes me as something that
can be taken care of outside the screen reader, rather than
by the screen reader.

Firefox and Chrome both have reader modes and support the
Read Aloud add-on/extension.  I have used the latter
extensively with several of my clients since it distills
webpages to their narrative text, getting rid of embedded
links, etc.  It makes it possible to go through a Wikipedia
page without losing your mind, for instance.
--

Brian - Windows 10 Home,
64-Bit, Version 1809,
Build 17763  
A great deal of
intelligence can be invested in ignorance when the need for
illusion is deep.
          ~ Saul
Bellow, To Jerusalem and Back


Re: Can we pass graphics while navigating web pages using NVDA?

 

This strikes me as something that can be taken care of outside the screen reader, rather than by the screen reader.

Firefox and Chrome both have reader modes and support the Read Aloud add-on/extension.  I have used the latter extensively with several of my clients since it distills webpages to their narrative text, getting rid of embedded links, etc.  It makes it possible to go through a Wikipedia page without losing your mind, for instance.
--

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A great deal of intelligence can be invested in ignorance when the need for illusion is deep.

          ~ Saul Bellow, To Jerusalem and Back

 

 


Re: Reading printed landscape sheet

Quentin Christensen
 

Hi Farhan,

Any printed sheet would need to be run through an OCR program to convert the text on the paper to something NVDA can read.  The text is usually imaged with a scanner, though can be done with a camera as well.  Most OCR programs can detect text in landscape or portrait mode so if you already have a scanner etc, that shouldn't be an issue.

Kind regards

Quentin.

On Sun, Feb 17, 2019 at 5:46 PM farhan israk <fahim.net.2014@...> wrote:

I have a printed sheet which printed in landscape mode. How to read it?



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Re: NVDA Tutorial Material in the Russian Language

Quentin Christensen
 

Hi Albert,

Here is a link we have to a Russian mailing list: To subscribe, send a blank email to nvda-rus-subscribe@... and reply to the received message.

Kind regards
Quentin.


On Sat, Feb 16, 2019 at 11:23 AM Albert Ruel <albert.gtt@...> wrote:

Hi all.  Can anyone point me to an email discussion list like this one for Russian NVDA users, as well as to any tutorial/training material that might be available in Russian. 

 

Thx, Albert

 

 



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Re: NVDA and outlook, discussion about columns in message list

 

On Sun, Feb 17, 2019 at 05:26 PM, Tony Malykh wrote:
So it looks like my ignorance was justified to some extent.
I wish to put it on the public record that:

1.  You are absolutely correct.

2.  It was not my intention to imply that ignorance is, in any way, always unjustified.

3.  If you're frustrated that you can't do something it's well worth asking in venues such as this one, someone may know how to do it.

Also, with regard to CTRL+Down or Up Arrow working as part of multi-select, they do, if you're in the process of selecting.  If you're not, they just change the style of traversal.
 
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Re: column titles in Excel

 

I generally find the easiest thing to do is to actually assign formal row and/or column titles as part of the spreadsheet itself.

See: Excel - Assigning a Title Row or Column (MS-Word Format)
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column titles in Excel

Robert Doc Wright godfearer
 

I know the standard procedure to have a column title announced is to place the cursor in the column you wish announced and then press NVDA+c which is great if you only need a single column. What do you do if you need multiple columns announced?

 

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Re: NVDA and outlook, discussion about columns in message list

Tony Malykh
 

Hi Brian,

So it looks like my ignorance was justified to some extent. I was so sure that threaded view was unusable because I did my own research on the Internet and didn't find any information about Control+Up/Down arrows. I actually don't remember finding any article about using Outlook with NVDA. This is a stark contrast with Thunderbird - NVAcces has an excellent tutorial on using Thunderbird with NVDA:

http://www.accessibilitycentral.net/accessible%20email%20client%20mozilla%20thunderbird.html

This tutorial also mentions something like "Thunderbird is the most accessible email client to work with NVDA". I don't mean to start email client war, I'm just saying that, because I was primed by this tutorial. And there is no alternative tutorial for NVDA+Outlook - or is there?

The only thing I found is an official accessibility guide for Outlook from Microsoft:

https://support.office.com/en-us/article/keyboard-shortcuts-for-navigating-mail-in-outlook-ca79fe45-80e5-47dd-b7a0-841d4711ed53

That mentiones Control+Up/Down shortcuts, but the function that they perform is called: "Select multiple non-adjacent messages". Who would've thought.

Anyway, it seems to me that there is some demand for a good tutorial on how to use NVDA with Outlook. Even though I still personally prefer Thunderbird at this point, it is always a good idea to have an alternative. Especially, it seems to me that Thunderbird development slows down these days (Mozilla no longer supports them and they are asking for donations more and more aggressively), and a couple of years down the road we might have to switch to Outlook as the only viable option.

--Tony



On 2/16/2019 1:11 PM, Brian Vogel wrote:
Tony,

           You're quite welcome.   To be perfectly honest, your reaction to Outlook conversation view is far from the only one that I've seen expressing the same sentiments.  Every time I see it my first desire is to reach out and throttle the person making it.

           Outlook is an incredibly mature product, and probably is the best-supported by screen readers in general.  Most of the time issues are not with Outlook, but with ignorance about how to use it (whether that's getting it to do something you want it to do or stop doing something you don't want it to do).  I didn't even know about the CTRL+Arrow keys and discovered it in response to the questions raised here.  I generally figure that, when it comes to Windows based programs of the age and stature that Outlook has achieved, that there's almost always some keystroke sequence to do virtually anything whether I happen to know what it is or not.  I experimented to find this one, and I also experimented to discover the two-level expansion.  I found that the latter is well documented after having discovered it myself.

             I get, more than you might think, the kind of frustration you had expressed.  But what my years "in the biz" have taught me is that there's generally a solution I don't know about when it seems obvious that a lot of people other than myself would probably be screaming if there weren't.
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Re: ITunes and NVDA

Robert Doc Wright godfearer
 

Brian, after connecting your phone to your pc and turning on iTunes press f6 until you hear ‘search’.  Then tab until you hear iPhone and press the space bar to check it.

Now tab to the backup section. You can decide where you wish your backup to take place. iCloud or pc.  You can do an encrypted backup which will also save your passwords.

 

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From: Brian's Mail list account via Groups.Io
Sent: Friday, February 15, 2019 2:16 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] ITunes and NVDA

 

I need to use Itunes now as well, to enable me to do an Iphone back up. Its

interface seems to be like the Apply Iphone one, ie nothing like Windows

standard, and the problem is that you do not know what you do not know so if

there aare bits  nvda cannot read, how can one know?

Brian

 

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

From: "Ján Kulik" <jan.kulik.szsle@...>

To: <nvda@nvda.groups.io>

Sent: Friday, February 15, 2019 8:54 AM

Subject: [nvda] ITunes and NVDA

 

 

Hi all, does anyone use your iTunes on a computer with an NVDA reader? NVDA

just does not announce any offers after the ALTm slider or iTunes version

information. Unfortunately, I recently installed it.

 

Thank you for your answers.

Greetings from Slovakia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Re: Accessible dictionaries with NVDA

Robert Geoffroy
 

Thank you, that works!

Robert

-----Message d'origine-----
De : nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] De la part de Brad Snyder
Envoyé : dimanche 17 février 2019 14:52
À : nvda@nvda.groups.io
Objet : Re: [nvda] Accessible dictionaries with NVDA

To find the email address of a sender to the group:
1) Create a forwarded message by typing CTRL + F, or however you choose to do so.
2) Navigate to the message body, and arrow down to the header information of the original message and find the line that begins with “From”.
3) This line contains the senders email address.

This should work in all email clients, including all versions of Outlook.

HTH


- Brad -





On Feb 17, 2019, at 06:11, Gene <gsasner@...> wrote:

I don't use Outlook but someone who does will likely provide information.

Gene
----- Original Message -----

From: Robert Geoffroy <mailto:robert.geoffroy77@...>
Sent: Sunday, February 17, 2019 5:50 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Accessible dictionaries with NVDA

Hi, Gene,

Microsoft Outlook version 14.0.7229.5000

Thanks,

Robert


-----Message d'origine-----
De : nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] De la part de Gene
Envoyé : dimanche 17 février 2019 12:37
À : nvda@nvda.groups.io
Objet : Re: [nvda] Accessible dictionaries with NVDA

There are ways. How you do so may depend on the e-mail program you are using. What is your program?

Gene
----- Original Message -----

From: Robert Geoffroy <mailto:robert.geoffroy77@...>
Sent: Sunday, February 17, 2019 5:27 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Accessible dictionaries with NVDA

Hi, Bianka and all,

Did you see my message, Bianka (replying tou yours)?

Is there a way to write directly to the sender instead of the group?

Have a nice Sunday, February 17, 2019
Robert

-----Message d'origine-----
De : nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] De la part de Robert Geoffroy
Envoyé : vendredi 15 février 2019 13:58
À : nvda@nvda.groups.io
Objet : Re: [nvda] Accessible dictionaries with NVDA

Hi, Bianka, and thank you!

You offer me to send you a private mail: am I supposed to find your email anywhere? I don't know the trick! Here is my addresse: Robert.geoffroy77@...

Best regards,

Robert


-----Message d'origine-----
De : nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] De la part de Bianka Brankovic
Envoyé : vendredi 15 février 2019 12:47
À : nvda@nvda.groups.io
Objet : Re: [nvda] Accessible dictionaries with NVDA

Hello Robert,

I have stopped using offline dictionaries alltogether as either dict.leo.org or lingue.com usually does the trick at least for English-German German-English.

I have heard of people being successful with the online versions oft the Pons dictionaries though.

Maybe, if you could elaborate a bit on your scenario there might be other ressources you could use to solve your current issue. Also, I might be able to support with other German ressources, please drop me a private message if this is of interest to you.

Thanks and kind regards,

Bianka


Re: Accessibility problems with Medium.

Susan Gerhart
 

Thanks, Robert, I have been considering submitting articles there. Not
now! Those accessibility flaws are the most egregious I've seen.

Susan G,
CatchTheVision.Life and
AChipOnHerShoulder.com


Re: Golden Cursor question

 

On Sun, Feb 17, 2019 at 02:58 PM, Steve Nutt wrote:
Someone suggested that GC does more than the JAWS cursor, but I don’t really see that.
Well, it can come in really, really handy for being able to activate unlabeled controls, repeatedly, in programs one might not otherwise be able to access.

I've helped someone who really needed to be able to use a program that was, for all intents and purpose, completely inaccessible get through it for their intended purposes just because they could do the equivalent of "point and click" on the controls once we'd worked together to locate them on a fully maximized window for that program.  Admittedly, my sight was necessary for the setup phase, but it made it possible to use this antique thing they had to be able to use as they only needed to be able to activate two controls (and I don't recall the details at this point).

There are different kinds of accessibility, and while this certainly isn't complete in any meaningful sense it certainly is functional within the context.  I've recommended programs that are not 100% accessible but where the function of focus is because it's only that function I intend the client to use it for, and the program is particularly good at it.
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Re: Golden Cursor question

 

Hi,

It can be done – it is matter of looking for specific text inside the object hierarchy, similar in concept to how Virtual Review add-on functions (gathers text while navigating controls on screen; this reminds me: I need to write an add-on internals about that add-on very soon). Effectively, it is sort of similar to how browse mode’s text representation really works (you go through all sorts of web elements or controls inside a PDF/Word file, then gather it into a format that looks like a single document; find command in browse mode just looks for text inside this “document”).

Cheers,

Joseph

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of Gene
Sent: Sunday, February 17, 2019 12:13 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Golden Cursor question

 

The NVDA find command is currently used only in Browse Mode.  JAWS has a find command that works when in the JAWS cursor so you can search the screen for text on that screen when using the JAWS cursor. 

 

I don't know if NVDA would only have a screen review find command or if it could be implemented in object presentation as well.

 

Gene

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

From: Joseph Lee

Sent: Sunday, February 17, 2019 2:00 PM

Subject: Re: [nvda] Golden Cursor question

 

Hi,

You mean an extension of NVDA find command to operate sort of everywhere? Not that I know of at the moment, but might be something that can be useful for version 4.0 (to be developed by someone, not me, as I’m the current guardian of that add-on and intend to pass it onto someone once Python 3 transition takes place).

Cheers,

Joseph

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of Steve Nutt
Sent: Sunday, February 17, 2019 11:58 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: [nvda] Golden Cursor question

 

Hi,

 

In my efforts to find out if Golden Cursor is as good as the mouse with JAWS, I’d say not quite.  Let me explain.

 

I just downloaded it, and there seems to be no way to search for a string of text within GC and have the mouse land on that text, so you can just click it, without routing, saving positions, etc.

 

Could this possibly be added?  A Mouse Search in NVDA?  I use Search in JAWS cursor all the time, and it moves the mouse to where I want it.

 

Or am I really stupid and missing it?

 

Someone suggested that GC does more than the JAWS cursor, but I don’t really see that.

 

All the best

 

Steve

 

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Re: Golden Cursor question

Gene
 

The NVDA find command is currently used only in Browse Mode.  JAWS has a find command that works when in the JAWS cursor so you can search the screen for text on that screen when using the JAWS cursor. 
 
I don't know if NVDA would only have a screen review find command or if it could be implemented in object presentation as well.
 
Gene

----- Original Message -----
From: Joseph Lee
Sent: Sunday, February 17, 2019 2:00 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Golden Cursor question

Hi,

You mean an extension of NVDA find command to operate sort of everywhere? Not that I know of at the moment, but might be something that can be useful for version 4.0 (to be developed by someone, not me, as I’m the current guardian of that add-on and intend to pass it onto someone once Python 3 transition takes place).

Cheers,

Joseph

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of Steve Nutt
Sent: Sunday, February 17, 2019 11:58 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: [nvda] Golden Cursor question

 

Hi,

 

In my efforts to find out if Golden Cursor is as good as the mouse with JAWS, I’d say not quite.  Let me explain.

 

I just downloaded it, and there seems to be no way to search for a string of text within GC and have the mouse land on that text, so you can just click it, without routing, saving positions, etc.

 

Could this possibly be added?  A Mouse Search in NVDA?  I use Search in JAWS cursor all the time, and it moves the mouse to where I want it.

 

Or am I really stupid and missing it?

 

Someone suggested that GC does more than the JAWS cursor, but I don’t really see that.

 

All the best

 

Steve

 

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