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Re: Some issues with NVDA's reading

Pete <emac00@...>
 

 

  Hi 

  It sounds like it isn't nvda incorectly reading but rather the rules for each language.  I am not sure if espeak has separate rule files for each language. 

  Pete 

On 7/1/2016 6:48 AM, Clare Page wrote:

Hi !

It’s true that a space before a question mark is syntactically incorrect in English, but it is correct in French, where any punctuation symbols made up of two parts, such as the question mark and the colon, the latter being two dots above each other, are always separated from the last word of the sentence. I personally can’t think of any languages where doubole question marks are the norm, but even in English some people right multiple exclamation marks.

Given what I wrote above about the French standard for question marks, I don’t think NVDA should automatically read a question mark if it is separate from the last word of a question, as that may well annoy French users of NVDA, or even multilingual users like me. So it’s probably better that anyone who wants a separated question mark to be spoken for proof-reading should either review the ends of their questions character by character, or tweak their punctuation settings somehow. That’s just my opinion: I have no problems with questions in English, French or German, the three languages I use myself.

Bye for now!

From Clare

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of Brian Vogel
Sent: vendredi 1 juillet 2016 00:38
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Some issues with NVDA's reading

 

Chris,

            And what I'm telling you is that the first version of the question does not read correctly, to my ears, in either NVDA or Window-Eyes and the second two read precisely the same way.

            Since double exclamation points and double question marks (and/or combinations thereof) are not uncommon I have no issue with a screen reader reading these without any extra string of punctuation.

            I agree that a terminal space before the question mark itself is syntactically incorrect and the words should be read followed by "question mark" announcing the punctuation.  There is no case in written English that I know of where a question mark can "free float" and be syntactically correct.  It is always firmly attached to the final word in a question construction.
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Re: Accessing text boxes in Microsoft Word

 

Yes I would like NVDA to support reading text boxes in MS Word too! That would be another great feature for NVDA.

Re: Accessing text boxes in Microsoft Word

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Yes I needed to do this recently as i was sent some diet sheets for helping me with ahelth condition with things in text boxes. I lost the will to live trying to read them so the person who sent them removed the boxes nand reformated the text into paragraphs instead.
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Quentin Christensen" <quentin@...>
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Sent: Saturday, July 23, 2016 4:38 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Accessing text boxes in Microsoft Word


You're welcome - it has raised the issue of accessing text boxes again
though and we would like to make this easier so it's definitely something
we'll look at.

Kind regards

Quentin.

On Sat, Jul 23, 2016 at 9:58 AM, Pranav Lal <pranav.lal@...> wrote:

Hi Quentin,



Many thanks for this workaround. The text boxes are not inline so I will
utilize your second approach. I have no control over the people who use
them. I have given them feedback but I do not hold out much hope for
change.



Pranav

*From:* nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] *On Behalf Of *Quentin
Christensen
*Sent:* Friday, July 22, 2016 6:23 AM
*To:* nvda@nvda.groups.io
*Subject:* Re: [nvda] Accessing text boxes in Microsoft Word



Hi Pranav,



Firstly, the ideal solution here (even using Jaws to be honest), is to
convince people not to use text boxes.



NVDA doesn't currently have a direct keystroke, it's something we could
look into. For now, though, there are still a couple of ways of reading
text boxes currently:



If the text boxes are positioned "in line with text", they can be found
within the text of the document. Currently they are identified as "slash"
though that's something we're working on.



Once you are in a text box (or picture or other object) you can press TAB
to move between them. You can add a text box into a document by pressing
alt+n, x, enter then press escape once (so you are out of the text itself
but the text box is still selected), then you can press TAB to move between
the objects in the document (this wraps so if you press TAB on the last
object in the document it will jump back to the first object). Be sure to
either delete the text box you added or not save changes to this document!



You can also use the accessibility checker, which is handy for finding
things but I'll warn you it's not the most direct route: In Word 2016 you
can get to this from the "tell me what you want to do" edit box by pressing
alt+q and typing "check", but from 2013 (or from 2016) you can press alt+f
(file menu), then i (info tab), then i (inspect document) then down arrow
to check accessibility. This opens the check accessibility task pane but
unfortunately puts the focus back in your document so you need to press
F6. This shows any accessibility issues, so if you down arrow through the
details it will say "Warning" then "objects not inline", then "text box 2"
(not sure why, they all seem to be called text box 2?). Press enter on
that text box and press SHIFT+F6 to jump back to your document with the
text box selected (this works the same as the previous method of adding a
new text box but without changing your document. It is more cumbersome
though, I'll not deny that!).



Kind regards



Quentin.



On Fri, Jul 22, 2016 at 10:26 AM, Pranav Lal <pranav.lal@...> wrote:

Hi all,

How do I access the contents of text boxes in Microsoft Word? In jaws, I
could
get a list of objects in a word document and access them that way. NVDA as
far
as I know does not support this yet. I need this at work because some of
my job
related documents have text boxes in them.
Note:
At work, I am using Word 2013 but this query is Word version agnostic.
Pranav







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Re: American Foundation for the Blind posts NVDA tutorials on their web site

Bhavya shah
 

Hi Nevfat,
I was reading the initial few parts of this series of tutorials that
AFB has produced. The free creation and availability of these reminds
me of what an NVDACon International speaker had said - high quality
video training material are equally important as audio and text, and
that is what this new resource offers.
Thanks.

On 7/23/16, Nevzat Adil <@Nev> wrote:
A major agency in the United states, the American Foundation for the
Blind, posted tutorials on their web site.
http://www.afb.org/info/living-with-vision-loss/using-technology/assistive-technology-videos/learn-nvda/1234#like_button

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Re: Accessing text boxes in Microsoft Word

Quentin Christensen
 

You're welcome - it has raised the issue of accessing text boxes again though and we would like to make this easier so it's definitely something we'll look at.

Kind regards

Quentin.

On Sat, Jul 23, 2016 at 9:58 AM, Pranav Lal <pranav.lal@...> wrote:

Hi Quentin,

 

Many thanks for this workaround. The text boxes are not inline so  I will utilize your second approach. I have no control over the people who use them. I have given them feedback but  I do not hold out much hope for change.

 

Pranav

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of Quentin Christensen
Sent: Friday, July 22, 2016 6:23 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Accessing text boxes in Microsoft Word

 

Hi Pranav,

 

Firstly, the ideal solution here (even using Jaws to be honest), is to convince people not to use text boxes.

 

NVDA doesn't currently have a direct keystroke, it's something we could look into.  For now, though, there are still a couple of ways of reading text boxes currently:

 

If the text boxes are positioned "in line with text", they can be found within the text of the document.  Currently they are identified as "slash" though that's something we're working on.

 

Once you are in a text box (or picture or other object) you can press TAB to move between them.  You can add a text box into a document by pressing alt+n, x, enter then press escape once (so you are out of the text itself but the text box is still selected), then you can press TAB to move between the objects in the document (this wraps so if you press TAB on the last object in the document it will jump back to the first object).  Be sure to either delete the text box you added or not save changes to this document!

 

You can also use the accessibility checker, which is handy for finding things but I'll warn you it's not the most direct route:  In Word 2016 you can get to this from the "tell me what you want to do" edit box by pressing alt+q and typing "check", but from 2013 (or from 2016) you can press alt+f (file menu), then i (info tab), then i (inspect document) then down arrow to check accessibility.  This opens the check accessibility task pane but unfortunately puts the focus back in your document so you need to press F6.  This shows any accessibility issues, so if you down arrow through the details it will say "Warning" then "objects not inline", then "text box 2" (not sure why, they all seem to be called text box 2?).  Press enter on that text box and press SHIFT+F6 to jump back to your document with the text box selected (this works the same as the previous method of adding a new text box but without changing your document.  It is more cumbersome though, I'll not deny that!).

 

Kind regards

 

Quentin.

 

On Fri, Jul 22, 2016 at 10:26 AM, Pranav Lal <pranav.lal@...> wrote:

Hi all,

How do I access the contents of text boxes in Microsoft Word? In jaws, I could
get a list of objects in a word document and access them that way. NVDA as far
as I know does not support this yet. I need this at work because some of my job
related documents have text boxes in them.
Note:
At work, I am using Word 2013 but this query is Word version agnostic.
Pranav





 

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Re: Accessing text boxes in Microsoft Word

Pranav Lal
 

Hi Quentin,

 

Many thanks for this workaround. The text boxes are not inline so  I will utilize your second approach. I have no control over the people who use them. I have given them feedback but  I do not hold out much hope for change.

 

Pranav

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of Quentin Christensen
Sent: Friday, July 22, 2016 6:23 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Accessing text boxes in Microsoft Word

 

Hi Pranav,

 

Firstly, the ideal solution here (even using Jaws to be honest), is to convince people not to use text boxes.

 

NVDA doesn't currently have a direct keystroke, it's something we could look into.  For now, though, there are still a couple of ways of reading text boxes currently:

 

If the text boxes are positioned "in line with text", they can be found within the text of the document.  Currently they are identified as "slash" though that's something we're working on.

 

Once you are in a text box (or picture or other object) you can press TAB to move between them.  You can add a text box into a document by pressing alt+n, x, enter then press escape once (so you are out of the text itself but the text box is still selected), then you can press TAB to move between the objects in the document (this wraps so if you press TAB on the last object in the document it will jump back to the first object).  Be sure to either delete the text box you added or not save changes to this document!

 

You can also use the accessibility checker, which is handy for finding things but I'll warn you it's not the most direct route:  In Word 2016 you can get to this from the "tell me what you want to do" edit box by pressing alt+q and typing "check", but from 2013 (or from 2016) you can press alt+f (file menu), then i (info tab), then i (inspect document) then down arrow to check accessibility.  This opens the check accessibility task pane but unfortunately puts the focus back in your document so you need to press F6.  This shows any accessibility issues, so if you down arrow through the details it will say "Warning" then "objects not inline", then "text box 2" (not sure why, they all seem to be called text box 2?).  Press enter on that text box and press SHIFT+F6 to jump back to your document with the text box selected (this works the same as the previous method of adding a new text box but without changing your document.  It is more cumbersome though, I'll not deny that!).

 

Kind regards

 

Quentin.

 

On Fri, Jul 22, 2016 at 10:26 AM, Pranav Lal <pranav.lal@...> wrote:

Hi all,

How do I access the contents of text boxes in Microsoft Word? In jaws, I could
get a list of objects in a word document and access them that way. NVDA as far
as I know does not support this yet. I need this at work because some of my job
related documents have text boxes in them.
Note:
At work, I am using Word 2013 but this query is Word version agnostic.
Pranav





 

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Re: A bit of an odd question

Sukil Etxenike <sukiletxe@...>
 

Hi,
Yes, it will fail but nothing special will happen. The portable itself will work in any supported Windows version.
Thanks,
Sukil

El 22/07/2016 a las 9:19, Brian's Mail list account escribió:
If I create a portable version of nvda from a machine running say, windows7 over the network to a machine running XP. does the new copy try to look for UIA on the new machine fail and sort itself out or not when its run.
I ask this as if one puts a portable version, say on a stick or worse, a cd then moves it around between operating systems, from a version created the other way around, ie on the xp machine, does this then mean it will not see uia on a newer machine. I've not tried this yet, but I just wondered if anyone knew to avoid me trying it.

Brian

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American Foundation for the Blind posts NVDA tutorials on their web site

 

A major agency in the United states, the American Foundation for the
Blind, posted tutorials on their web site.
http://www.afb.org/info/living-with-vision-loss/using-technology/assistive-technology-videos/learn-nvda/1234#like_button

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nvda with firefox, thunderbird and windows explorer

Pete <emac00@...>
 

Hi
When I have firefox, thunderbird and windows explorer opened in windows 7 pro 64 bit and nvda latest running insert t will give me the incorect title when pressed in windows explorer. Insert t will report the title as one of the firefox window s that is opened. Closing windows explorer and reopening it will not fix the problem. Neither will going to view and refresh. I tryed reloding plugins in the nvda tools menu and lost the ability to read thunderbird messages, or atleast the one I was writing to the list befor this one. Insert stil reports the title incorectly in windows explorer. I had firefox and thunderbird opened since last night. I do not have any adobe products installed nor do I have any of the java software installed. I only have important updates selected in windows update, and dot net is the same as what came with windows 7 pro 64 bit. I didn't try restarting nvda but wil try it now. OK, restarting nvda via insert q and selecting restart restarted nvda and insert t is reporting the correct title in windows explorer now. Reloading the plugins didn't fix this isue. Should it have?
Thanks!
Pete

Thunderbird

Pete <emac00@...>
 

Hi
When I have firefox, thunderbird and windows explorer opened in windows 7 pro 64 bit and nvda latest running insert t will give me the incorect title when pressed in windows explorer. Insert t will report the title as one of the firefox window s that is opened. Closing windows explorer and reopening it will not fix the problem. Neither will going to view and refresh. I tryed reloding plugins in the nvda tools menu and lost the ability to read thunderbird messages, or atleast the one I was writing to the list befor this one.

Insert stil reports the title incorectly in windows explorer.

I had firefox and thunderbird opened since last night. I do not have any adobe products installed nor do I have any of the java software installed. I only have important updates selected in windows update, and dot net is the same as what came with windows 7 pro 64 bit.

I didn't try restarting nvda but wil try it now.

OK, restarting nvda via insert q and selecting restart restarted nvda and insert t is reporting the correct title in windows explorer now.

Reloading the plugins didn't fix this isue. Should it have?

Thanks!

Pete

[SUSPECTED SPAM] Thunderbird

Pete <emac00@...>
 

Hi
When I have firefox, thunderbird and windows explorer opened in windows 7 pro 64 bit and nvda latest running insert t will give me the incorect title when pressed in windows explorer. Insert t will report the title as one of the firefox window s that is opened. Closing windows explorer and reopening it will not fix the problem. Neither will going to view and refresh.

Firefox sj.se NVDA

Alexander Masic
 

Hi.

I have noticed a problem wich i gues is NVDA-related. Because when I'M visit.

www.sj.se

vich is Swedish railway-company. In that calender i can not toggle betwean month when i made a booking using NVDA anf Firefox. But if i use NVDA and IE, Jaws and firefox it i can se the buton next and previus. but not NVDA and firefox. for some reason i cant se those butons.

There is even an english version wich you can change to in the top of the site. So i would be glad if some developer can have a look at this.


Alexander

Re: and firefox

Kevin Huber
 

Hi Brian:

Thanks for that information.
Kevin Huber

On 7/19/16, Brian's Mail list account <bglists@...> wrote:
Alt a seems to work.
Brian

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From: "Kevin Huber" <kevin.huber1@...>
To: <nvda@nvda.groups.io>
Sent: Monday, July 18, 2016 6:42 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] and firefox


Hi Brian:
Alt-n will not work in Firefox, because it is an Internet Explorer
command.
The way I usually get to that message in Firefox is to press the f6 key
twice.
Kevin Huber

On 6/22/16, Brian Vogel <@britechguy> wrote:
Chris,

This is a SWAG based on my experience with JAWS and IE, but
when a notification bar such as the one you mention pops up in IE the
command ALT+N throws focus to it. Give that a try and see if it works
in
Firefox. Either way, please report back on your finding.
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Re: the new nod32 9.0?

Kevin Huber
 

Hi Gene:

I totally agree with you.
Kevin Huber

On 7/20/16, Gene <gsasner@...> wrote:
it takes a lot of continued work and resources to create such a program and
have it be properly effective. Why should blind programmers recreate the
wheel. Many programs, while they may not be fully accessible, are useable.
it's unfortunate that as programs come out with new versions, those that are
accessible often become less or inaccessible but while that is occurring,
some are becoming more accessible, at times because the developers are
working on accessibility for the program. I would much much rather have a
commercial program that I can see reviewed, which is made by a corporation
who does it for their business, then have some amateur programmers make
their own program.

And to add weight to my argument, one such program, I believe its open
source, is clam. It is poorly reviewed and I wouldn't use it.

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

From: Carlos
Sent: Wednesday, July 20, 2016 9:44 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] the new nod32 9.0?


Hello:
I guess I know the answer to my question. But! I will ask it anyway.
There are a number of blind programmers/developers out and about. Why
have they not been able to create a blind friendly anti-virus program? If
it is a money issue? Why not seek funds from groups who will donate to
worthy projects? Why don't blind developer/programmers offer their
expertise and knowledge to the anti-virus developers?
I know that they are not good. But, I've seen some open source
anti-virus projects. So, it is possible to try and work on an anti-virus
project without requiring too much funding!
I do hope that at some point these issues will be dealt with so that
this topic would not come up so often on this list!


On 7/20/2016 12:38 AM, Supanut Leepaisomboon wrote:

Exactly. These manufacturers may have accessibility in mind, but they
never make it a priority due to the small number of customers that are
visually impaired. In my view, no matter how small the number of visually
impaired users are, their right to use the software cannot be ignored.



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Re: NVDA not reading table in MSWord

Quentin Christensen
 

Oh that's ok - there were several things you ran into there and that
always compounds things! Sometimes just restarting (the app, the
computer, the user) does wonders even when it shouldn't seem to make a
difference.

All the best!

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On 22 July 2016 at 18:06, Cearbhall O'Meadhra
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Quentin,



What a magnificent reply! I will keep this nearby for future reference. I
look forward to the full document when it comes out.



Strangely, something has changed! I now find that I can read the offending
table. I spent about four hours yesterday struggling with various ways of
reading the document and getting a full analysis of how the table was
created.



As I reported last night, I found that I was able to read word documents
without any trouble by the end of the evening. Prompted by your request this
morning, I went to the original file attachment, saved it again, unblocked
it and tried the table in both browse and focus modes. I was surprised to
find that now the reading command works fine (control+alt+arrow keys).



The start-up screen is just as you describe, so I will try to remove that as
you instruct.



I apologise for raising an issue that has just evaporated! However, I
welcome the advice which you have given today.





All the best,



Cearbhall



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Re: NVDA giving script errors with Internet Explorer

Jacob Kruger
 

Are you sure this isn't just an IE error on that page?


Under advanced settings, under tools menu, internet options, you can tell IE not to render/display script error warnings, and, this relates to javascript errors in the page itself.


Stay well


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On 2016-07-22 9:12 AM, Heaven Botma wrote:

Hi Kurt


I experience the same problem and it makes things rather difficult for my students when working in form fields.  I am not sure what causes the problem, but when it gives the error, just press Alt+Y and you should be able to continue with whatever you were doing.

 

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From: nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of kwe33647@...
Sent: Wednesday, 20 July 2016 8:54 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: [nvda] NVDA giving script errors with Internet Explorer

 

Hi my name is Kurt,

I have the latest version of NVDA 2016.2.1 and experience a script error using the caps lock key.When I hit capslock on page Error "An error has occurred in the script on the page.

Error: Invalid calling object." 

Only happens with NVDA on in IE.

Issue doesn't happen in google chrome or firefox with NVDA on.

I am using Window 10 with the latest version of Internet Explorer.


Re: NVDA not reading table in MSWord

Cearbhall O'Meadhra
 

Quentin,

 

What a magnificent reply! I will keep this nearby for future reference. I look forward to the full document when it comes out.

 

Strangely, something has changed! I now find that I can read the offending table. I spent about four hours yesterday struggling with various ways of reading the document and getting a full analysis of how the table was created.

 

As I reported last night, I found that I was able to read word documents without any trouble by the end of the evening. Prompted by your request this morning, I went to the original file attachment, saved it again, unblocked it  and tried the table in both browse and focus modes. I was surprised to find that now the reading command works fine (control+alt+arrow keys).

 

The start-up screen is just as you describe, so I will try to remove that as you instruct.

 

I apologise for raising an issue that has just evaporated! However, I welcome the advice which you have given today.

 

 

All the best,

 

Cearbhall

 

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If I create a portable version of nvda from a machine running say, windows7 over the network to a machine running XP. does the new copy try to look for UIA on the new machine fail and sort itself out or not when its run.
I ask this as if one puts a portable version, say on a stick or worse, a cd then moves it around between operating systems, from a version created the other way around, ie on the xp machine, does this then mean it will not see uia on a newer machine. I've not tried this yet, but I just wondered if anyone knew to avoid me trying it.

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Re: NVDA giving script errors with Internet Explorer

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Hi Kurt


I experience the same problem and it makes things rather difficult for my students when working in form fields.  I am not sure what causes the problem, but when it gives the error, just press Alt+Y and you should be able to continue with whatever you were doing.

 

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From: nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of kwe33647@...
Sent: Wednesday, 20 July 2016 8:54 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: [nvda] NVDA giving script errors with Internet Explorer

 

Hi my name is Kurt,

I have the latest version of NVDA 2016.2.1 and experience a script error using the caps lock key.When I hit capslock on page Error "An error has occurred in the script on the page.

Error: Invalid calling object." 

Only happens with NVDA on in IE.

Issue doesn't happen in google chrome or firefox with NVDA on.

I am using Window 10 with the latest version of Internet Explorer.