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Re: Mouse Over

Gene
 

Not necessarily.  We don't know if whatever is displayed is accessible.  Mouse over, in my experience, hasn't been used much and that may be why no screen-reader other than JAWS uses it.  In addition, language is important.  This is not an app.  It is a feature.  it simulates hovering the mouse over a link and tells the blind person where the screen changes and allows the person to jump to that part of the screen. 
 
I doubt, though I don't know this, that the ITunes control is accessible.  I didn't use JAWS with it, as I recall, but I did move the mouse, using NVDA, to the link.  I then looked at the screen.  I saw nothing relevant. 
 
It would be interesting, and perhaps useful,  if this were evaluated systematically and properly. 
 
Gene

Sent: Sunday, September 30, 2018 2:57 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Mouse Over

I also feel that with very little effort the page designers could make their
pages far more usable with screenreaders. It sounds as if jaws has invented
a compromise mini app to get around the issue. It is not intuitive and
really a company like Apple should really fix their site so anyone can use
it. I wonder what narrator does on that page. Like most of us here. I do not
have an apple account so I doubt I can test it out unless there are some
free demos for guests.
 Brian

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----- Original Message -----
From: "Gene" <gsasner@...>
To: <nvda@nvda.groups.io>
Sent: Saturday, September 29, 2018 6:38 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Mouse Over


JAWS has a mouse over function.  NVDA doesn't.  I don't know if JAWS would
be at all useful in this context because I don't know what happens on screen
when you hover the mouse over a listen link.

You can move the mouse to your current position with NVDA but that isn't the
full ability that is necessary to work with mouse over links as you do in
JAWS.  JAWS announces where a change on the screen takes place and offers a
jump to dialog so you can enter the position information to move there and
see what has changed on screen.  JAWS also has a way for you to jump back to
the previous position.  In NVDA, the ability to move the mouse is just so
you can left click something after you move the mouse.  it has nothing to do
with telling you or allowing you to work with any changes on screen related
to a mouse over function.

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

From: Brian Vogel
Sent: Saturday, September 29, 2018 12:31 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Mouse Over


Ted,

           Normally I'd love to help you (or almost anyone) out, but since
this is an iTunes page, and I do not have iTunes nor an iTunes account the
things you see when you land on this page and what I'm presented with are
totally different.

           I know that mouse over has been discussed here before, and I
would have sworn there were actually mouse over commands documented for
NVDA, but I'm not finding them in the latest documentation.  I'll take a
quick look at the archive and see if I can find any topics that cover
dealing with mouse over menus.

--

Brian - Windows 10 Home, 64-Bit, Version 1803, Build 17134

    The psychology of adultery has been falsified by conventional morals,
which assume, in monogamous countries, that attraction to one person cannot
co-exist with a serious affection for another.  Everybody knows that this is
untrue. . .

           ~ Bertrand Russell












Re: A friend needs info on screen readers history for her thesis

john s
 

Ollie, here is something from Top Tidbits.

7) History of Speech Synthesis and Voice Assistants
This transcript contains lots of examples from the history of computerized voice communication:

http://bit.ly/2IjK5IA
At 08:23 AM 9/29/2018, Mallard, wrote:
Hello Rick,


I think this is something my friend Gemma will appreciate quite a lot!

Thanks for the link...

Ciao,

Ollie





Il 29/09/2018 00:04, ely.r@comcast.net ha scritto:
Travis
Lost this thread, but now found it, wanted to send this site to you and friend.
Before Screen Readers, There had to be readers!
The site below is an auditory history of early speech synthesizers. Each sample has a brief description of who where and when it was developed. Obviously screen readers needed intelligible voices to be of any worth. It is incredible to see how far the technology developed and what approaches were used along the way.
Have fun!
Rick
http://www.festvox.org/history/klatt.html
n 9/28> And just to add to this, Window Bridge, was the first screen reader to
ever come out for windows. It came out around June of 1992. In the
beginning, their were about 10 windows products, which today, has been reduced today.
The 10 windows products that you saw in the market were:
Window Bridge
Syntha Voice, released on June 1992. Now gone.
Out Spoken for the mac and windows, Berkley systems, Alva access
group, released in 1994, now gone.

Dolphin Hal, now called Supernova
Yourdolphin.com

Screen power, Telussensory, now gone.
Artic Winvision, also gone.
ASAW, also gone.
JAWS
www.freedomscientific.com
Released January 20, 1995 First developed for DOS in 1989. Created by
Henter-Joyce, which became Freedom Scientific in 2000, which became
VFO-group in 2015.
Window-Eyes, now gone as of May 15, 2017.
Release date: October 16, 1995, until May 15, 2017.
Started out as Vocal-Eyes for DOS on February 15, 1990, Which was a
year before I was born on that same day. created by GW Micro.
Vocal-Eyes was the top DOS screen reader. Then, in 1995, GW Micro
released Window-Eyes on Monday, October 16, 1995. On January 14, GW
Micro and Microsoft released a version of Window-Eyes free with
office. This version worked with Office
2010 or up, and it came with two voices. Allowed you to purchase
DecTalk, Eloquence, Vocalizer, etc. Then, on May 1, GW Micro and AI Squared merged.
Then, on June 14, AI was acquired by VFO.

System Access:
Released date: 2005.
www.serotek.com
NVDA:
www.nvaccess.com
Release date: April 2006.
Developer: NV Access
I hope these notes help your friend with the history. Thanks, Sky.
-----Original Message-----
From: nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of
Travis Siegel
Sent: Friday, September 28, 2018 2:00 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] O.T.: A friend needs info on screen readers
history for her thesis



On 9/26/2018 12:24 PM, Mallard wrote:
The first screen reader I ever used was Window Bridge, which I really
loved. Pity nobody took it up after David passed out so suddenly...
Actually, I tried. I bought the rights to the windowbridge source
code, but UPS lost the pc as it was being shipped from Canada to me
here in the U.S. His brother did send me cds with as much material as
he could find before sending the computer, but unfortunately, since he
wasn't a programmer, he missed some vital libraries required for the
proper compile of windowbridge, and since the ocmputer was lost, I was
never able to do anything with it. Quite a shame really, since I
personally thought it was an excellent product, and was very happy to
have gotten the rights to it.













John


Re: Mouse Over

Brian's Mail list account <bglists@...>
 

I also feel that with very little effort the page designers could make their pages far more usable with screenreaders. It sounds as if jaws has invented a compromise mini app to get around the issue. It is not intuitive and really a company like Apple should really fix their site so anyone can use it. I wonder what narrator does on that page. Like most of us here. I do not have an apple account so I doubt I can test it out unless there are some free demos for guests.
Brian

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----- Original Message -----
From: "Gene" <gsasner@gmail.com>
To: <nvda@nvda.groups.io>
Sent: Saturday, September 29, 2018 6:38 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Mouse Over


JAWS has a mouse over function. NVDA doesn't. I don't know if JAWS would be at all useful in this context because I don't know what happens on screen when you hover the mouse over a listen link.

You can move the mouse to your current position with NVDA but that isn't the full ability that is necessary to work with mouse over links as you do in JAWS. JAWS announces where a change on the screen takes place and offers a jump to dialog so you can enter the position information to move there and see what has changed on screen. JAWS also has a way for you to jump back to the previous position. In NVDA, the ability to move the mouse is just so you can left click something after you move the mouse. it has nothing to do with telling you or allowing you to work with any changes on screen related to a mouse over function.

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

From: Brian Vogel
Sent: Saturday, September 29, 2018 12:31 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Mouse Over


Ted,

Normally I'd love to help you (or almost anyone) out, but since this is an iTunes page, and I do not have iTunes nor an iTunes account the things you see when you land on this page and what I'm presented with are totally different.

I know that mouse over has been discussed here before, and I would have sworn there were actually mouse over commands documented for NVDA, but I'm not finding them in the latest documentation. I'll take a quick look at the archive and see if I can find any topics that cover dealing with mouse over menus.

--

Brian - Windows 10 Home, 64-Bit, Version 1803, Build 17134

The psychology of adultery has been falsified by conventional morals, which assume, in monogamous countries, that attraction to one person cannot co-exist with a serious affection for another. Everybody knows that this is untrue. . .

~ Bertrand Russell


Re: O.T.: A friend needs info on screen readers history for her thesis

Arlene
 

Hi there: I've used screen power in the late 90s. Had to give it up.
Windows was coming leaving dos behind. My dos program and windows 95
were not compatible and it interfered with my class assignments. good
program

On 9/29/18, Clive May <clive.may@pobroadband.co.uk> wrote:
Hi


Vert Plus a DOS screen reader. I was using it in the late 190s.





On 28/09/18 22:20, Sky Mundell wrote:
And just to add to this, Window Bridge, was the first screen reader to
ever
come out for windows. It came out around June of 1992. In the beginning,
their were about 10 windows products, which today, has been reduced
today.
The 10 windows products that you saw in the market were:
Window Bridge
Syntha Voice, released on June 1992. Now gone.
Out Spoken for the mac and windows, Berkley systems, Alva access group,
released in 1994, now gone.

Dolphin Hal, now called Supernova
Yourdolphin.com

Screen power, Telussensory, now gone.
Artic Winvision, also gone.
ASAW, also gone.
JAWS
www.freedomscientific.com
Released January 20, 1995 First developed for DOS in 1989. Created by
Henter-Joyce, which became Freedom Scientific in 2000, which became
VFO-group in 2015.
Window-Eyes, now gone as of May 15, 2017.
Release date: October 16, 1995, until May 15, 2017.
Started out as Vocal-Eyes for DOS on February 15, 1990, Which was a year
before I was born on that same day. created by GW Micro. Vocal-Eyes was
the
top DOS screen reader. Then, in 1995, GW Micro released Window-Eyes on
Monday, October 16, 1995. On January 14, GW Micro and Microsoft released
a
version of Window-Eyes free with office. This version worked with Office
2010 or up, and it came with two voices. Allowed you to purchase DecTalk,
Eloquence, Vocalizer, etc. Then, on May 1, GW Micro and AI Squared
merged.
Then, on June 14, AI was acquired by VFO.

System Access:
Released date: 2005.
www.serotek.com
NVDA:
www.nvaccess.com
Release date: April 2006.
Developer: NV Access
I hope these notes help your friend with the history. Thanks, Sky.
-----Original Message-----
From: nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of
Travis
Siegel
Sent: Friday, September 28, 2018 2:00 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] O.T.: A friend needs info on screen readers history
for
her thesis



On 9/26/2018 12:24 PM, Mallard wrote:
The first screen reader I ever used was Window Bridge, which I really
loved. Pity nobody took it up after David passed out so suddenly...
Actually, I tried. I bought the rights to the windowbridge source code,
but UPS lost the pc as it was being shipped from Canada to me here in
the U.S. His brother did send me cds with as much material as he could
find before sending the computer, but unfortunately, since he wasn't a
programmer, he missed some vital libraries required for the proper
compile of windowbridge, and since the ocmputer was lost, I was never
able to do anything with it. Quite a shame really, since I personally
thought it was an excellent product, and was very happy to have gotten
the rights to it.











Re: A friend needs info on screen readers history for her thesis

Michael Munn
 

This is the plan from Vispero. This service is only for those people who are behind on their Jaws renewal. for US custemer only.
The portal service will make the Jaws license holder to activate and deactivate their Jaws License much easier. I personally think that this is a perfect step to take.
The License holder for once don't have to call Vispero to get their license reset again.
I don't know if you all know a screen reader called Fliper
It's developed by a college professor
He has a day job. If a person want to unlock their previous license they have to wait until the college professor get back from work.
I remembered Jonathan Mosen mentioned on one of his podcast that he have to get up in 4:00 in the morning New Zealand time just to get his Flipper unlocked.

Conclution:
The portal service will allow user of Vispero™ products to manage their own license 24—7.
No more waiting and no more worrying.
Best Regards
Michael Munn
Send from my Iphone.


Re: A friend needs info on screen readers history for her thesis

Ian Blackburn
 

I take the same hardline again subscription services like that
With office just purchased the home and student edition
I’ve got office 2010 and will look at the new version next year sometime late next year
By then the developers of nvda would have got it working with office 2019
Regards Ian

On 30 Sep 2018, at 6:25 am, Travis Siegel <tsiegel@softcon.com> wrote:


While an average of 5 bucks a month isn't bad, I'm diametrically opposed to anything that requires my software be a subscription base. That means that if I (for whatever reason) don't, or can't pay the subscription, I loose access to that particular piece of software, and depending on what that piece of software is, that could spell disaster for me as a computer user. Nope, not happening. I refuse to use such services, which is why I will never buy a subscription to office 365. I don't mind paying for external services, such as storage, backups, and the like, but I will never pay for a subscription to something that is an integral part of my system, because if it gets turned off, I can no longer use my system, and that I will not tolerate.

On Sat, 29 Sep 2018, Sky Mundell wrote:

saddened at FS right now. Basically, they are going to a subscription base
model for authorisation, in JAWS 2019. The way it is going to work, is in
the US, you will be able to purchase a home annual licence, but you will
have to keep renewing your subscription to keep JAWS authorised. Eventually,
all of the SMA's etc. will be in the portal, and everything will be
subscription baste for jfw. And I believe the price will be $60 per year.


Re: A friend needs info on screen readers history for her thesis

Travis Siegel <tsiegel@...>
 

While an average of 5 bucks a month isn't bad, I'm diametrically opposed to anything that requires my software be a subscription base. That means that if I (for whatever reason) don't, or can't pay the subscription, I loose access to that particular piece of software, and depending on what that piece of software is, that could spell disaster for me as a computer user. Nope, not happening. I refuse to use such services, which is why I will never buy a subscription to office 365. I don't mind paying for external services, such as storage, backups, and the like, but I will never pay for a subscription to something that is an integral part of my system, because if it gets turned off, I can no longer use my system, and that I will not tolerate.

On Sat, 29 Sep 2018, Sky Mundell wrote:

saddened at FS right now. Basically, they are going to a subscription base
model for authorisation, in JAWS 2019. The way it is going to work, is in
the US, you will be able to purchase a home annual licence, but you will
have to keep renewing your subscription to keep JAWS authorised. Eventually,
all of the SMA's etc. will be in the portal, and everything will be
subscription baste for jfw. And I believe the price will be $60 per year.


Re: A friend needs info on screen readers history for her thesis

Travis Siegel <tsiegel@...>
 

I tried cobra, couldn't get the hang of it. Took some doing to get it off my system too. When I tried it about a year or so ago, they were up to version 11 or 12 or something similar. Never did find out how well (or not) it worked, because I couldn't figure out how the hell to do anything with it. Their key combinations were all over the place, made no sense to me, and generally confused me, so I gave up, tried to remove it, whereupon I entered into a days long battle to remove it entirely from my system. Finally managed it, and vowed never to touch it ever again.


Re: O.T.: A friend needs info on screen readers history for her thesis

Clive May <clive.may@...>
 

Hi Buddy


I didn't like it either but had no choice.  The people I worked for were on Unix which had no speech accessibility so they mocked up a terminal with a PC running DOS and put Vert Plus on that. When they switched to Windows, they gave me a choice but strongly "encouraged" me to choose JAWS.


To stay "on topic", in the early 80s, there was a proposal to fit the Sinclair QL with speech.  It was said to be SSC - special speech channel or SSP - special speech something or other. Nothing ever came of it as far as I can recall.

On 29/09/18 15:46, Buddy Brannan wrote:
Clive! Hey, I remember you. Back before Usenet turned into a cesspool and alt.drwho.creative was kinda cool. Gawd…I hated Vert! (Point)

On Sep 29, 2018, at 3:47 AM, Clive May <clive.may@pobroadband.co.uk> wrote:

Hi


Vert Plus a DOS screen reader. I was using it in the late 190s.





On 28/09/18 22:20, Sky Mundell wrote:
And just to add to this, Window Bridge, was the first screen reader to ever
come out for windows. It came out around June of 1992. In the beginning,
their were about 10 windows products, which today, has been reduced today.
The 10 windows products that you saw in the market were:
Window Bridge
Syntha Voice, released on June 1992. Now gone.
Out Spoken for the mac and windows, Berkley systems, Alva access group,
released in 1994, now gone.

Dolphin Hal, now called Supernova
Yourdolphin.com

Screen power, Telussensory, now gone.
Artic Winvision, also gone.
ASAW, also gone.
JAWS
www.freedomscientific.com
Released January 20, 1995 First developed for DOS in 1989. Created by
Henter-Joyce, which became Freedom Scientific in 2000, which became
VFO-group in 2015.
Window-Eyes, now gone as of May 15, 2017.
Release date: October 16, 1995, until May 15, 2017.
Started out as Vocal-Eyes for DOS on February 15, 1990, Which was a year
before I was born on that same day. created by GW Micro. Vocal-Eyes was the
top DOS screen reader. Then, in 1995, GW Micro released Window-Eyes on
Monday, October 16, 1995. On January 14, GW Micro and Microsoft released a
version of Window-Eyes free with office. This version worked with Office
2010 or up, and it came with two voices. Allowed you to purchase DecTalk,
Eloquence, Vocalizer, etc. Then, on May 1, GW Micro and AI Squared merged.
Then, on June 14, AI was acquired by VFO.

System Access:
Released date: 2005.
www.serotek.com
NVDA:
www.nvaccess.com
Release date: April 2006.
Developer: NV Access
I hope these notes help your friend with the history. Thanks, Sky.
-----Original Message-----
From: nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of Travis
Siegel
Sent: Friday, September 28, 2018 2:00 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] O.T.: A friend needs info on screen readers history for
her thesis



On 9/26/2018 12:24 PM, Mallard wrote:
The first screen reader I ever used was Window Bridge, which I really
loved. Pity nobody took it up after David passed out so suddenly...
Actually, I tried. I bought the rights to the windowbridge source code,
but UPS lost the pc as it was being shipped from Canada to me here in
the U.S. His brother did send me cds with as much material as he could
find before sending the computer, but unfortunately, since he wasn't a
programmer, he missed some vital libraries required for the proper
compile of windowbridge, and since the ocmputer was lost, I was never
able to do anything with it. Quite a shame really, since I personally
thought it was an excellent product, and was very happy to have gotten
the rights to it.








Re: Mouse Over

Hope Williamson <isepic@...>
 

You’re very welcome!

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: Brian Vogel
Sent: Saturday, September 29, 2018 11:24 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Mouse Over

 

Hope,

            Thanks for sharing that information.   Very useful to know.
--

Brian - Windows 10 Home, 64-Bit, Version 1803, Build 17134  

    The psychology of adultery has been falsified by conventional morals, which assume, in monogamous countries, that attraction to one person cannot co-exist with a serious affection for another.  Everybody knows that this is untrue. . .

           ~ Bertrand Russell

 

 

 


Nvda certification exam

Claire Potter <claire.potter99@...>
 

Hi all, I have a question regarding the current online certification exam which people can take for NVDA. I have noticed that the questions are about version 17.3, and I wanted to know if there are any plans to update the exam to make it more relevant to the current release of NVDA, as I try to prepare for the exam it is very diffcult to make sure I am revising with the right information, a classic example being the Basic Training book which is now revevant to newer versions of NVDA than what the exam covers, and although most of the information is the same, it is extremely confusing when it comes to taking the exam.  

Warm regards, Claire Potter,   Check out my brand new website: www.pottersplace.me.uk


Re: Mouse Over

 

Hope,

            Thanks for sharing that information.   Very useful to know.
--

Brian - Windows 10 Home, 64-Bit, Version 1803, Build 17134  

    The psychology of adultery has been falsified by conventional morals, which assume, in monogamous countries, that attraction to one person cannot co-exist with a serious affection for another.  Everybody knows that this is untrue. . .

           ~ Bertrand Russell

 

 


Re: Mouse Over

Hope Williamson <isepic@...>
 

Hi Brian, you can always extract an RSS feed from an iTunes and/or SoundCloud page using this service. http://getrssfeed.com/ I never use iTunes, but I always use this to get RSS feeds for the podcasts.


Re: Mouse Over

Hope Williamson <isepic@...>
 

Hi, here’s an RSS feed for this podcast, which will probably make it easier. You can just download the files that are attached. https://audioboom.com/users/1117363/posts.rss

 


Re: Mouse Over

 

Ted,

           These observations by Jonathan Cohn might help, or might not:  https://nvda.groups.io/g/nvda/message/43118

--

Brian - Windows 10 Home, 64-Bit, Version 1803, Build 17134  

    The psychology of adultery has been falsified by conventional morals, which assume, in monogamous countries, that attraction to one person cannot co-exist with a serious affection for another.  Everybody knows that this is untrue. . .

           ~ Bertrand Russell

 

 


Re: Mouse Over

Gene
 

JAWS has a mouse over function.  NVDA doesn't.  I don't know if JAWS would be at all useful in this context because I don't know what happens on screen when you hover the mouse over a listen link.
 
You can move the mouse to your current position with NVDA but that isn't the full ability that is necessary to work with mouse over links as you do in JAWS.  JAWS announces where a change on the screen takes place and offers a jump to dialog so you can enter the position information to move there and see what has changed on screen.  JAWS also has a way for you to jump back to the previous position.  In NVDA, the ability to move the mouse is just so you can left click something after you move the mouse.  it has nothing to do with telling you or allowing you to work with any changes on screen related to a mouse over function.
 
Gene

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Saturday, September 29, 2018 12:31 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Mouse Over

Ted,

           Normally I'd love to help you (or almost anyone) out, but since this is an iTunes page, and I do not have iTunes nor an iTunes account the things you see when you land on this page and what I'm presented with are totally different.

           I know that mouse over has been discussed here before, and I would have sworn there were actually mouse over commands documented for NVDA, but I'm not finding them in the latest documentation.  I'll take a quick look at the archive and see if I can find any topics that cover dealing with mouse over menus.

--

Brian - Windows 10 Home, 64-Bit, Version 1803, Build 17134  

    The psychology of adultery has been falsified by conventional morals, which assume, in monogamous countries, that attraction to one person cannot co-exist with a serious affection for another.  Everybody knows that this is untrue. . .

           ~ Bertrand Russell

 

 


Re: Mouse Over

 

Ted,

           Normally I'd love to help you (or almost anyone) out, but since this is an iTunes page, and I do not have iTunes nor an iTunes account the things you see when you land on this page and what I'm presented with are totally different.

           I know that mouse over has been discussed here before, and I would have sworn there were actually mouse over commands documented for NVDA, but I'm not finding them in the latest documentation.  I'll take a quick look at the archive and see if I can find any topics that cover dealing with mouse over menus.

--

Brian - Windows 10 Home, 64-Bit, Version 1803, Build 17134  

    The psychology of adultery has been falsified by conventional morals, which assume, in monogamous countries, that attraction to one person cannot co-exist with a serious affection for another.  Everybody knows that this is untrue. . .

           ~ Bertrand Russell

 

 


Re: Mouse Over

Gene
 

I've tried to use I-Tunes podcasts before and it can't be done from the keyboard.  Whether you might be able to do so by moving a physical mouse around the screen and having NVDA announce what is under the mouse is something I haven't tried. 
 
I've also wondered if someone would put the actual I-Tunes Windows utility on their computer, if they might be able to listen to the podcasts that way.  Maybe others can answer those questions.
 
Gene

----- Original Message -----
From: Ted
Sent: Saturday, September 29, 2018 12:14 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Mouse Over

Thanks to you, Gene, for responding, and thanks to Brian also.
 
The website states "To listen to an audio podcast, mouse over the title and click Play."
 
 
Regards,
 
Ted.
----- Original Message -----
From: Gene
Sent: Saturday, September 29, 2018 5:54 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Mouse Over

If you send us the link of the page, we can look but we can't tell you how to do what you are asking about on a given page without seeing the page, if it can be done at all. 
 
Copy the address from the address bar to the clipboard and paste it into a message. 
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----
From: Ted
Sent: Saturday, September 29, 2018 10:20 AM
Subject: [nvda] Mouse Over

Hi,
 
This is my first post.
 
On a website with podcasts I'm told to "mouse over and click play" to hear the podcast.  How do I do this with NVDA?
 
Regards,
 
Ted.

Virus-free. www.avg.com


Re: Mouse Over

Ted <ted@...>
 

Thanks to you, Gene, for responding, and thanks to Brian also.
 
The website states "To listen to an audio podcast, mouse over the title and click Play."
 
 
Regards,
 
Ted.

----- Original Message -----
From: Gene
Sent: Saturday, September 29, 2018 5:54 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Mouse Over

If you send us the link of the page, we can look but we can't tell you how to do what you are asking about on a given page without seeing the page, if it can be done at all. 
 
Copy the address from the address bar to the clipboard and paste it into a message. 
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----
From: Ted
Sent: Saturday, September 29, 2018 10:20 AM
Subject: [nvda] Mouse Over

Hi,
 
This is my first post.
 
On a website with podcasts I'm told to "mouse over and click play" to hear the podcast.  How do I do this with NVDA?
 
Regards,
 
Ted.

Virus-free. www.avg.com


Re: Mouse Over

Gene
 

If you send us the link of the page, we can look but we can't tell you how to do what you are asking about on a given page without seeing the page, if it can be done at all. 
 
Copy the address from the address bar to the clipboard and paste it into a message. 
 
Gene

----- Original Message -----
From: Ted
Sent: Saturday, September 29, 2018 10:20 AM
Subject: [nvda] Mouse Over

Hi,
 
This is my first post.
 
On a website with podcasts I'm told to "mouse over and click play" to hear the podcast.  How do I do this with NVDA?
 
Regards,
 
Ted.

Virus-free. www.avg.com