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Re: Does anyone read Groups.io via the Web Interface?

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The answer is then in your hands, Use email.
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From: "Supanut Leepaisomboon" <supanut2000@outlook.com>
To: <nvda@groups.io>
Sent: Friday, April 01, 2016 3:39 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Does anyone read Groups.io via the Web Interface?


Since moving from Freelists, I've completely abandon email in favor of the web interface, and as I posted earlier, bottom-quoting of messages in full can be annoying, given that Groups.io does not tag the message subject lines or the sender with any heading levels. Thus to Jaws or NVDA users navigating long threads full of quoted messages in their entirety can be time-consuming and annoying.


Re: Does anyone read Groups.io via the Web Interface?

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Well, I find most web based displays to be very unfriendly. Some use headers, landmarks etc so can be got into that way, but when it comes to actually replying in that media type, I find it terribly awkward personally.
I use email and to be honest its by far the best way if you are in a hurry. I'd suspect it might well be that mobile device users use the online system more.
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Brian Vogel" <britechguy@gmail.com>
To: <nvda@groups.io>
Sent: Friday, April 01, 2016 3:01 PM
Subject: [nvda] Does anyone read Groups.io via the Web Interface?


Hello All,

It seems that the vast majority of participants interact with these forums in good, old-fashioned e-mail. I, however, use the web interface and am in the process of trying to teach myself how to efficiently navigate any given Groups.io page, particularly the main Messages page. Things are not behaving as I'd expect they should/might when I'm using NVDA. Some of that is almost certainly ignorance regarding NVDA features, as I'm much newer to NVDA than I am to JAWS, but some of it is also the fact that I don't use a screen reader for my primary access and I think the actual pages are structured in a way that I wouldn't expect or don't understand.

Here's one example, when I try brute force TABbing to try to navigate to the link column on the upper left of the page containing the "control block" of links for Home, Messages, Post, Calendar, Hangout, and Subscription, I do not land in these directly after the dropdown that announces my name and would give me the option of editing my Profile or Logging out. I would have expected these to be the "logical nexts" in page traversal, but they're not (or I'm doing something wrong).

When I begin reading messages I also have not yet figured out how to jump forward to the next message in the forum with ease, and given that bottom quoting can be quite extensive that's something that anyone reading a forum such as this one would need to be able to do.

There are features of the web interface that simply are not available in the e-mail formats, but I can see how the web interface might not be something that would be easily adopted if it is as complicated for full-time screen reader users as it's proving to be for me.

This conversation could be useful to others who might like to try using the Groups.io web interface to interact with their subscribed groups. Since I know that there are a number of folks using Gmail's web interface I have to believe that this one is less complicated, just because of how it appears, but I could be entirely wrong.

Brian


Re: Does anyone read Groups.io via the Web Interface?

Kevin Chao
 

+1 Gene
I use most of these tips and tricks you detailed all of the time, but it's surprising who don't know about these productivity tools.

On Fri, Apr 1, 2016 at 7:59 AM Gene <gsasner@...> wrote:
This message is long. 
 
I have only looked at the archives once and I don't recall details concerning the page.  But this question may deal with things I've been able to teach blind Internet users for years through discussions on lists and by means of a tutorial I wrote many years ago.  and so I'll comment on them and also discuss related matters.  I believe the way using the Internet is taught in general to blind people is poor and that its past time that something were done about it.  This is in hopes of both helping people use the Internet better as a result of what I've written here, and perhaps spur movement in the direction of better teaching by perhaps affecting what is written in NVDA instructional materials on the subject.  .
 
Why are you tabbing to get to the top of the page instead of using control home?  If the column is far enough below the top that it is inefficient to get to it by tabbing or arrowing from the top, why not use control home then use the find command to search for it?
As far as messages are concerned, at present, there may be no either good or reasonably efficient way to move from one message to the next except for the find command.  I haven't used online forums much but in the one or two I did, and in e-mail archives I've looked at, the find command is the only way to do this that I've found.  Look for something, if there is anything, that repeats immediately before a new message or very close to the start of a new message.  it should be something not found in quoted messages.  I haven't used the archives for this list enough to know if something of the sort is available but in some archives, for example, something like the word "posted" may be a good marker.  The repeat find command, which I would imagine you already know, is the best way to look for markers down the page and when you load a new page, repeat find still looks for the same thing.  It won't change until you do a new search for something different.
 
These sorts of things are applicable in other situations and blind people should be taught them, in my opinion, before they are taught or are allowed to use things like landmarks.  To be a good blind Internet user means knowing how to navigate pages efficiently if they can be, without additional markup specifically for blind people.  Many pages do not have such markup or it is not used efficiently.  Even headers may not take you where you want to go.  On many pages, they will, but on many, they won't and use of the skip links command or the find command is either necessary or much more efficient. 
 
There is far too much emphasis on sighted people adding features to web pages when compared to how little good teaching is done of blind people about basic navigation techniques where such are not available.  This not only doesn't teach blind people what they should know, it fosters the attitude among blind Internet users and among a lot, I expect it’s a lot, of teachers, that it’s the sighted designers' responsibility.  Of course, ideally sighted designers should use accessibility features.  But the Internet is opened to all and it is not implemented in a lot of cases.  Rather than giving students the impression that without such features, efficient browsing is not possible, students should be taught that In a lot of instances it is if they know a few simple techniques and how to use logic and inference to think about what to do.  On radio station pages, for example, observing and remembering what is observed on many sites leads to the conclusion that the word listen, when searched for from the top of the page, will move the person to a link with the word listen in it.  This is very common on such pages.  Almost all listen links have the word listen in them. 
And it's also logical to think that might be the case if you don't know.  So instead of spending time listening to link after link as you move down a page, since logic tells you the word listen is likely to be used, using the find command without looking at the page may save a lot of time if you are not interested in anything on the page except for that. 
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, April 01, 2016 9:01 AM
Subject: [nvda] Does anyone read Groups.io via the Web Interface?

Hello All,

          It seems that the vast majority of participants interact with these forums in good, old-fashioned e-mail.  I, however, use the web interface and am in the process of trying to teach myself how to efficiently navigate any given Groups.io page, particularly the main Messages page.  Things are not behaving as I'd expect they should/might when I'm using NVDA.  Some of that is almost certainly ignorance regarding NVDA features, as I'm much newer to NVDA than I am to JAWS, but some of it is also the fact that I don't use a screen reader for my primary access and I think the actual pages are structured in a way that I wouldn't expect or don't understand.

          Here's one example, when I try brute force TABbing to try to navigate to the link column on the upper left of the page containing the "control block" of links for Home, Messages, Post, Calendar, Hangout, and Subscription, I do not land in these directly after the dropdown that announces my name and would give me the option of editing my Profile or Logging out.  I would have expected these to be the "logical nexts" in page traversal, but they're not (or I'm doing something wrong).

         When I begin reading messages I also have not yet figured out how to jump forward to the next message in the forum with ease, and given that bottom quoting can be quite extensive that's something that anyone reading a forum such as this one would need to be able to do.

         There are features of the web interface that simply are not available in the e-mail formats, but I can see how the web interface might not be something that would be easily adopted if it is as complicated for full-time screen reader users as it's proving to be for me.

          This conversation could be useful to others who might like to try using the Groups.io web interface to interact with their subscribed groups.  Since I know that there are a number of folks using Gmail's web interface I have to believe that this one is less complicated, just because of how it appears, but I could be entirely wrong.

Brian


Re: Does anyone read Groups.io via the Web Interface?

Gene
 

This message is long. 
 
I have only looked at the archives once and I don't recall details concerning the page.  But this question may deal with things I've been able to teach blind Internet users for years through discussions on lists and by means of a tutorial I wrote many years ago.  and so I'll comment on them and also discuss related matters.  I believe the way using the Internet is taught in general to blind people is poor and that its past time that something were done about it.  This is in hopes of both helping people use the Internet better as a result of what I've written here, and perhaps spur movement in the direction of better teaching by perhaps affecting what is written in NVDA instructional materials on the subject.  .
 
Why are you tabbing to get to the top of the page instead of using control home?  If the column is far enough below the top that it is inefficient to get to it by tabbing or arrowing from the top, why not use control home then use the find command to search for it?
As far as messages are concerned, at present, there may be no either good or reasonably efficient way to move from one message to the next except for the find command.  I haven't used online forums much but in the one or two I did, and in e-mail archives I've looked at, the find command is the only way to do this that I've found.  Look for something, if there is anything, that repeats immediately before a new message or very close to the start of a new message.  it should be something not found in quoted messages.  I haven't used the archives for this list enough to know if something of the sort is available but in some archives, for example, something like the word "posted" may be a good marker.  The repeat find command, which I would imagine you already know, is the best way to look for markers down the page and when you load a new page, repeat find still looks for the same thing.  It won't change until you do a new search for something different.
 
These sorts of things are applicable in other situations and blind people should be taught them, in my opinion, before they are taught or are allowed to use things like landmarks.  To be a good blind Internet user means knowing how to navigate pages efficiently if they can be, without additional markup specifically for blind people.  Many pages do not have such markup or it is not used efficiently.  Even headers may not take you where you want to go.  On many pages, they will, but on many, they won't and use of the skip links command or the find command is either necessary or much more efficient. 
 
There is far too much emphasis on sighted people adding features to web pages when compared to how little good teaching is done of blind people about basic navigation techniques where such are not available.  This not only doesn't teach blind people what they should know, it fosters the attitude among blind Internet users and among a lot, I expect it’s a lot, of teachers, that it’s the sighted designers' responsibility.  Of course, ideally sighted designers should use accessibility features.  But the Internet is opened to all and it is not implemented in a lot of cases.  Rather than giving students the impression that without such features, efficient browsing is not possible, students should be taught that In a lot of instances it is if they know a few simple techniques and how to use logic and inference to think about what to do.  On radio station pages, for example, observing and remembering what is observed on many sites leads to the conclusion that the word listen, when searched for from the top of the page, will move the person to a link with the word listen in it.  This is very common on such pages.  Almost all listen links have the word listen in them. 
And it's also logical to think that might be the case if you don't know.  So instead of spending time listening to link after link as you move down a page, since logic tells you the word listen is likely to be used, using the find command without looking at the page may save a lot of time if you are not interested in anything on the page except for that. 
 
Gene

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, April 01, 2016 9:01 AM
Subject: [nvda] Does anyone read Groups.io via the Web Interface?

Hello All,

          It seems that the vast majority of participants interact with these forums in good, old-fashioned e-mail.  I, however, use the web interface and am in the process of trying to teach myself how to efficiently navigate any given Groups.io page, particularly the main Messages page.  Things are not behaving as I'd expect they should/might when I'm using NVDA.  Some of that is almost certainly ignorance regarding NVDA features, as I'm much newer to NVDA than I am to JAWS, but some of it is also the fact that I don't use a screen reader for my primary access and I think the actual pages are structured in a way that I wouldn't expect or don't understand.

          Here's one example, when I try brute force TABbing to try to navigate to the link column on the upper left of the page containing the "control block" of links for Home, Messages, Post, Calendar, Hangout, and Subscription, I do not land in these directly after the dropdown that announces my name and would give me the option of editing my Profile or Logging out.  I would have expected these to be the "logical nexts" in page traversal, but they're not (or I'm doing something wrong).

         When I begin reading messages I also have not yet figured out how to jump forward to the next message in the forum with ease, and given that bottom quoting can be quite extensive that's something that anyone reading a forum such as this one would need to be able to do.

         There are features of the web interface that simply are not available in the e-mail formats, but I can see how the web interface might not be something that would be easily adopted if it is as complicated for full-time screen reader users as it's proving to be for me.

          This conversation could be useful to others who might like to try using the Groups.io web interface to interact with their subscribed groups.  Since I know that there are a number of folks using Gmail's web interface I have to believe that this one is less complicated, just because of how it appears, but I could be entirely wrong.

Brian


Re: Does anyone read Groups.io via the Web Interface?

 

Since moving from Freelists, I've completely abandon email in favor of the web interface, and as I posted earlier, bottom-quoting of messages in full can be annoying, given that Groups.io does not tag the message subject lines or the sender with any heading levels. Thus to Jaws or NVDA users navigating long threads full of quoted messages in their entirety can be time-consuming and annoying.


Re: Does anyone read Groups.io via the Web Interface?

Armando <justformailinglistsmessages@...>
 

I haven't use the web interface that much. I just use email.

Sent from ProtonMail, Swiss-based encrypted email.

Sent from ProtonMail Mobile

On Fri, Apr 1, 2016 at 10:01 AM, Brian Vogel <'britechguy@...'> wrote:

Hello All,

          It seems that the vast majority of participants interact with these forums in good, old-fashioned e-mail.  I, however, use the web interface and am in the process of trying to teach myself how to efficiently navigate any given Groups.io page, particularly the main Messages page.  Things are not behaving as I'd expect they should/might when I'm using NVDA.  Some of that is almost certainly ignorance regarding NVDA features, as I'm much newer to NVDA than I am to JAWS, but some of it is also the fact that I don't use a screen reader for my primary access and I think the actual pages are structured in a way that I wouldn't expect or don't understand.

          Here's one example, when I try brute force TABbing to try to navigate to the link column on the upper left of the page containing the "control block" of links for Home, Messages, Post, Calendar, Hangout, and Subscription, I do not land in these directly after the dropdown that announces my name and would give me the option of editing my Profile or Logging out.  I would have expected these to be the "logical nexts" in page traversal, but they're not (or I'm doing something wrong).

         When I begin reading messages I also have not yet figured out how to jump forward to the next message in the forum with ease, and given that bottom quoting can be quite extensive that's something that anyone reading a forum such as this one would need to be able to do.

         There are features of the web interface that simply are not available in the e-mail formats, but I can see how the web interface might not be something that would be easily adopted if it is as complicated for full-time screen reader users as it's proving to be for me.

          This conversation could be useful to others who might like to try using the Groups.io web interface to interact with their subscribed groups.  Since I know that there are a number of folks using Gmail's web interface I have to believe that this one is less complicated, just because of how it appears, but I could be entirely wrong.

Brian


Does anyone read Groups.io via the Web Interface?

 

Hello All,

          It seems that the vast majority of participants interact with these forums in good, old-fashioned e-mail.  I, however, use the web interface and am in the process of trying to teach myself how to efficiently navigate any given Groups.io page, particularly the main Messages page.  Things are not behaving as I'd expect they should/might when I'm using NVDA.  Some of that is almost certainly ignorance regarding NVDA features, as I'm much newer to NVDA than I am to JAWS, but some of it is also the fact that I don't use a screen reader for my primary access and I think the actual pages are structured in a way that I wouldn't expect or don't understand.

          Here's one example, when I try brute force TABbing to try to navigate to the link column on the upper left of the page containing the "control block" of links for Home, Messages, Post, Calendar, Hangout, and Subscription, I do not land in these directly after the dropdown that announces my name and would give me the option of editing my Profile or Logging out.  I would have expected these to be the "logical nexts" in page traversal, but they're not (or I'm doing something wrong).

         When I begin reading messages I also have not yet figured out how to jump forward to the next message in the forum with ease, and given that bottom quoting can be quite extensive that's something that anyone reading a forum such as this one would need to be able to do.

         There are features of the web interface that simply are not available in the e-mail formats, but I can see how the web interface might not be something that would be easily adopted if it is as complicated for full-time screen reader users as it's proving to be for me.

          This conversation could be useful to others who might like to try using the Groups.io web interface to interact with their subscribed groups.  Since I know that there are a number of folks using Gmail's web interface I have to believe that this one is less complicated, just because of how it appears, but I could be entirely wrong.

Brian


Re: Attachments

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Well it does this already surely?
Unless you have changed the columns order in the email cliient ofcourse.
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Peter Beasley" <pjbeasley23@gmail.com>
To: <nvda@groups.io>
Sent: Thursday, March 31, 2016 6:42 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Attachments


The notification is there but I would like to hear has attachment before anything else.

From: Roger Stewart
Sent: Thursday, March 31, 2016 6:35 PM
To: nvda@groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Attachments

NVDA has always said "Has Attachment" right away if I land on an email that has one but I always use Thunderbird. Don't know what email you are using, but that may be why you're not getting this notification.

Roger









On 3/31/2016 8:52 AM, Peter Beasley wrote:

I think it would be nice if NVDA could say has attachment before anything else when going through e-mails like Window-eyes does. .


Re: NVDA with iTunes.

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When you say crash, what exactly happens and in which version of windows and I tunes. I've not put Itunes on this 7 machine as the latest version never worked on xp and older versions used to fall over a lot on there.
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Lino Morales" <linomorales001@gmail.com>
To: <nvda@groups.io>
Sent: Thursday, March 31, 2016 6:36 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] NVDA with iTunes.


It still crashes for me too Matt. Its a pain in the ass. I thought this
was fixed in the master release too.

On 3/31/2016 1:31 PM, Afrim wrote:
Last time I used NVDA, with itunes, it didn't crash.

Sent from my iPhone

On Mar 31, 2016, at 7:25 PM, Matt Turner <meturner2214@gmail.com
<mailto:meturner2214@gmail.com>> wrote:

Hi folks, I've been testing out iTunes with the master version of NVDA.
And it still crashes nvda in the middle of using the iTunes store.
Someone told me about and old nvda log file, but i can't find it.


Re: Attachments

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I have to say that I have now banished live mail to a supporting role, and am using the outlook express version mentioned a few weeks back on tis list. for multiple identities it can still fall over at times, but its more intuitive than live mail.
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Sent: Thursday, March 31, 2016 3:46 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Attachments


On Thu, Mar 31, 2016 at 07:04 am, Patrick Le Baudour <p.lebaudour@gmail.com> wrote:
it does just that, because the attachment field is first.

Same here in Windows Live Mail 2012. Though the attachment field isn't first, it's before the From and Subject and I virtually never have any message arrive marked important (the actual first field). It's also interesting to note that in WLM 2012 you only see the fields laid out that way in one-line message view and that attachments will not even be shown on messages that have them until/unless the sender is on your safe sender's list. A test message I just sent to my testing account from one of my own e-mail accounts didn't show that it had an attachment because I'd never added myself to the safe sender's list prior to doing the test. Once I did, the "has attachment" field then populated in the message list.

Brian


Re: Attachments

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Where this is spoken seems to alter on different email clients. Not sure, for example if thunderbird and the microsoft offerings allow re placement of the columns this appears in or not.
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Peter Beasley" <pjbeasley23@gmail.com>
To: <nvda@groups.io>
Sent: Thursday, March 31, 2016 2:52 PM
Subject: [nvda] Attachments


I think it would be nice if NVDA could say has attachment before anything else when going through e-mails like Window-eyes does. .


Re: Text to speech program?

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The main proviso with all of this, including speech and its pdf conversion program is reading order set in the original file. If its tagged then it will alter how its read according to the changes in the file, if not it tends to apply the reading order from the start of the file to all of it often resulting in columns run together and out of place start and end pages, even words with spaces between letters or no spaces at all depending on what created the pdf in the first place.
Of course adobe reader does speak in itself but I do not think its capable of recording this, and it still has the issues wiith reading order, as after all, if the writer does not tell it how can it know?
Brian

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----- Original Message -----
From: "Andrea Sherry" <sherryan@wideband.net.au>
To: <nvda@groups.io>
Sent: Thursday, March 31, 2016 7:17 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Text to speech program?


Well Balabolka will do that for you and this is freeware.
TextAloud will also do this. But it is shareware.
Andrea

On 31/03/2016 8:42 AM, Matt Turner wrote:
Hi, does anyone no of a program that will convert PDF files to audio?
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Re: nvda remote unofficial servers

Patrick ZAJDA
 

Hi,

You said:
all info is under the getting in touch heading on the nvra.me
So the e-mail address is so protected against bots that I cannot
understand it ;) I'l try anyway.

Thanks.

Shaun Everiss:
all info is under the getting in touch heading on the nvra.me
I found this on the freakyfwoof twitter but its on the tidbits
topdotenterprises.com magazine also.



On 31/03/2016 11:05 p.m., Patrick ZAJDA wrote:
Hi Shaun and all,

First of all, thank you very much for this information! I didn't know
that, on which twitter did you read it?
And how this server (for the code) is affiliated to NVDARemote creators?
Last question: I set up a server, but I don't find the e-mail address to
contact, what e-mail address is it?

Thanks!

Patrick

Shaun Everiss:
Hi.
well I just read this on twitter but there are some unofficial remote
servers.
nvdaremote.com is the main server.
nvra.me is the server list there are 16 servers and could be room for
more they want to put servers world wide eventually.



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Re: NVDA with iTunes.

Lenron
 

I have had some of these same weird issues.

On 3/31/16, Shaun Everiss <sm.everiss@gmail.com> wrote:
Well nvda has been a bit flakey with bt sync 1x to, its when you close
it down and sometimes during running the system can get unstable.
it can also go nuts ie if you run 2 explorer windows and am coppying
from both to 2 devices and one has a override dialog.
I had this happen where nvda crashed 5 times a day and I had to restart
nvda or the computer to get it working right.
Its not to bad if you are carefull but yeah this latest version is not
as stable as I would like.



On 1/04/2016 7:24 a.m., Chris Shook wrote:
99.9 percent of the time, iTunes crashes for me to. I have to restart
NVDA to get it to work, and then I have to close iTunes down.
JAWS works fine with iTunes. Does any one else see the irony in that?





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Re: NVDA with iTunes.

 

Well nvda has been a bit flakey with bt sync 1x to, its when you close it down and sometimes during running the system can get unstable.
it can also go nuts ie if you run 2 explorer windows and am coppying from both to 2 devices and one has a override dialog.
I had this happen where nvda crashed 5 times a day and I had to restart nvda or the computer to get it working right.
Its not to bad if you are carefull but yeah this latest version is not as stable as I would like.

On 1/04/2016 7:24 a.m., Chris Shook wrote:
99.9 percent of the time, iTunes crashes for me to. I have to restart
NVDA to get it to work, and then I have to close iTunes down.
JAWS works fine with iTunes. Does any one else see the irony in that?



Re: nvda remote unofficial servers

 

all info is under the getting in touch heading on the nvra.me
I found this on the freakyfwoof twitter but its on the tidbits topdotenterprises.com magazine also.

On 31/03/2016 11:05 p.m., Patrick ZAJDA wrote:
Hi Shaun and all,

First of all, thank you very much for this information! I didn't know
that, on which twitter did you read it?
And how this server (for the code) is affiliated to NVDARemote creators?
Last question: I set up a server, but I don't find the e-mail address to
contact, what e-mail address is it?

Thanks!

Patrick

Shaun Everiss:
Hi.
well I just read this on twitter but there are some unofficial remote
servers.
nvdaremote.com is the main server.
nvra.me is the server list there are 16 servers and could be room for
more they want to put servers world wide eventually.



Re: Attachments

 

On Thu, Mar 31, 2016 at 11:08 am, Gene <gsasner@...> wrote:
You might be able to do this by changing the order in which fields are displayed.  However, as I said a few days ago, this cannot be done from the keyboard.  It is not accessible.  You have to either have a sighted person do it or you have to use your screen-reader's virtual mouse to perform such actions.  I've almost never done it and I'll leave the description of how to do it to others.

Gene is correct that moving the attribute columns is not possible using the keyboard alone, but this is an instance where NVDA's mouse tracking feature, willingness to use the mouse, and a reasonably steady hand can be used to move the columns to the left or right, at least in Windows Live Mail 2012(I'm not testing elsewhere until/unless I have the e-mail client information because this ability may or may not carry over to a given e-mail client).

If you have a convenient sighted assistant all they have to do is to hold down the left mouse button on the attachment attribute column heading and drag it to the left such that it is encountered first (again, for WLM 2012).

Brian

Brian



Re: Attachments

 

On Thu, Mar 31, 2016 at 10:43 am, Peter Beasley <pjbeasley23@...> wrote:
The notification is there but I would like to hear has attachment before anything else.

Gene is correct that this is a function of the ordering of presentation of the attribute columns in your e-mail client.  You would have to specify the e-mail client (along with version) before I or anyone else could experiment with switching the column order using the screen reader.

I've got Outlook 2010, Windows Live Mail 2012, and the Win10 Mail App on my machine using a "junk" e-mail account so that I can work through stuff step-by-step when necessary.  If we're talking about a web interface like Gmail then the issue becomes more complicated to impossible, depending on whether the interface allows the customization to move the attachment attribute column to where it would be read first.

Brian



Re: NVDA with iTunes.

Chris Shook <chris0309@...>
 

99.9 percent of the time, iTunes crashes for me to. I have to restart NVDA to get it to work, and then I have to close iTunes down.
JAWS works fine with iTunes. Does any one else see the irony in that?


Re: Attachments

Gene
 

You might be able to do this by changing the order in which fields are displayed.  However, as I said a few days ago, this cannot be done from the keyboard.  It is not accessible.  You have to either have a sighted person do it or you have to use your screen-reader's virtual mouse to perform such actions.  I've almost never done it and I'll leave the description of how to do it to others.
 
Gene

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Sent: Thursday, March 31, 2016 12:42 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Attachments

The notification is there but I would like to hear has attachment before anything else.
 
Sent: Thursday, March 31, 2016 6:35 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Attachments
 
NVDA has always said "Has Attachment" right away if I land on an email that has one but I always use Thunderbird. Don't know what email you are using, but that may be why you're not getting this notification.

Roger









On 3/31/2016 8:52 AM, Peter Beasley wrote:
I think it would be nice if NVDA could say has attachment before anything else when going through e-mails like Window-eyes does. .