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DECtalk Synthesizer

Brian Sackrider
 

I just tried deck talk and it's the same that I had on my reading edge.  All the same voices are there.  They alll sound just the way that they did back then.

Brian Sackrider


Re: Beginner's course in Python

Fawaz Abdul rahman
 

Hi, exploring data with python is a really good book for beginners.

if you don’t want much examples, and you are good with programming may be you can checkout learn python book by tutorial points.

Also I heard thinking python is a really good one as well but I haven’t read it yet.

Good luck.

 

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From: Cearbhall O'Meadhra
Sent: Tuesday, August 18, 2020 11:59 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: [nvda] Beginner's course in Python

 

Hi everyone,

 

I would like to learn Python. I am developed in a few other programming languages but I would like to start from scratch. I would also not like to teach myself but to participate in a group learning experience.

 

I wonder if anyone can advise me how best to proceed?

 

I would be happy with an online course, fee-paying or free, from any country as long as it is conducted in English and is fully accessible with NVDA.

 

 

All the best,

 

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Re: lion universal subtitle reader and more NVDA addon

 

Hello everyone,
I took a look at this add-on, and I'm afraid this one isn't really compatible with recent NVDA releases and other issues were found (no wonder it is labeled a "beta" at this time). Specifically:
* OCR engine: it uses OCR engine found in Windows 10. Therefore unless you are using Windows 10, you won't be able to use this add-on at all (you can configure things, but the thing that enables this add-on is missing on older Windows releases).
* It uses code fragments that are no longer supported in newer NVDA dependencies (specifically, wxPython).
Thanks.
Cheers,
Joseph

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From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of Vaibhav Bhandari
Sent: Wednesday, August 19, 2020 8:17 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] lion subtitle reader and more addon

Hi,
You can download the addon from the link given below- https://blindieconnect.net/files/lion-latest.nvda-addon

On 8/19/20, Aravind R <aravind.andhrabank@gmail.com> wrote:
add on link is not pasted boss.

On 19/08/2020, Josh Kennedy <joshknnd1982@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi,
Here pasted below is the lion subtitle reader and more documentation.
My question though is, what is the very first combo box used for in
lion settings never mind I figured it out it changes how often OCR is
performed.

What is it
LION is an addon which does Automatic OCr of certain screen portions,
at a certain interval. Why do I say that it is intelligent? No, not
because I've written it, nor because the "i" makes for a nice
acronym. Since it does OCR of the same screen portion multiple times,
normally it would read the same text multiple times, which is not
very nice. So, I implemented a mechanism to skip speaking of the text
if it seems similar to the previously recognised text.
What can I do with it?
The main reason I wrote it was to read subtitles. Due to the way it
works, it can read any subtitles on the screen, including Youtube,
Netflix and other online video sites, subtitles embedded in AVI
files, and even live tV!
Make sure to set the video to full screen when using it, as it works
like sighted eyes do. It needs big text for better performance. The
quality won't be perfect, try to set the font of the subtitles as
large as possible, if you have the option, and use a high resolution
screen. The OCR engine it uses is not perfect. It may have inferior
results on certain images.
Other than that, It can be used to monitor any inaccessible text on
the screen, like video game menus. It won't tell you highlighted
text, unfortunately.
How do I use it?
To launch it with default options, just press NVDA+alt+l. LION will
start OCR of the whole screen at a 1 second interval, speaking only
when the text changes. Hopefully. :) If you want to customize its
behaviour, go to the NVDA Menu, Preferences, LION settings. For
example, a video file might have a logo in the upper left corner that
gets read along with the subtitle, and disrupts the experience. We'll
see how to fix this in the next section.
LION has the following settings:
1. OCR interval: how often the program does OCR. Takes values from
0.1 second to 10 seconds.
2. OCR target: specifies the screen portion to OCR. Options are:
current control, current window, navigator object, and full screen 3.
Crop pixels from above, below, right, left. In full screen mode,
those four fields allow you to crop sections from the screen from
being scanned.
Those settings work only in full screen and current window modes.
Why is this setting useful? Let's remember the logo example above.
Just crop 10% or so from above to skip the logo, and you won't hear
it. Actually, to make the recognition faster and less resource
intensive, you can crop like 70% from above, since subtitles are
usually found in the lower third of the screen.
what's new
version 1.11
Fixed a bug, mainly observed in youtube fullscreen.
version 1.1
1. the crop settings affect the current window mode, too 2.
implemented a similarity threshold setting, mainlly useful in games.
LION
always compares the current text with the one which has been spoken
previously. If it thinks the text hasn't changed, it doesn't speak.
This setting controls how aggressive LION is in comparing texts. 0
means all texts are identical, practically rendering the addon
unusable. 1 will read all texts, even if they are the same. The
default is 0.5.
version 1.0
initial version
Who wrote this, how often will I see updates?
My name is Stefan Moisei, a blind programmer trying to survive in an
East European country, Romania, who has a lot to catch up to get to
an occidental level. LION, and other blind specific software are just
a hobby for me, developed in my spare time. So, I'm afraid updates
won't come too often.
But
if you can code, this is NVDA, so the source is right there. :)

Sent from Mail for Windows 10





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Re: lion universal subtitle reader and more NVDA addon

Vaibhav Bhandari
 

Hi,
You can download the addon from the link given below-
https://blindieconnect.net/files/lion-latest.nvda-addon

On 8/19/20, Aravind R <aravind.andhrabank@gmail.com> wrote:
add on link is not pasted boss.

On 19/08/2020, Josh Kennedy <joshknnd1982@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi,
Here pasted below is the lion subtitle reader and more documentation. My
question though is, what is the very first combo box used for in lion
settings never mind I figured it out it changes how often OCR is
performed.

What is it
LION is an addon which does Automatic OCr of certain screen portions, at
a
certain interval. Why do I say that it is intelligent? No, not because
I've
written it, nor because the "i" makes for a nice acronym. Since it does
OCR
of the same screen portion multiple times, normally it would read the
same
text multiple times, which is not very nice. So, I implemented a
mechanism
to skip speaking of the text if it seems similar to the previously
recognised text.
What can I do with it?
The main reason I wrote it was to read subtitles. Due to the way it
works,
it can read any subtitles on the screen, including Youtube, Netflix and
other online video sites, subtitles embedded in AVI files, and even live
tV!
Make sure to set the video to full screen when using it, as it works like
sighted eyes do. It needs big text for better performance. The quality
won't
be perfect, try to set the font of the subtitles as large as possible, if
you have the option, and use a high resolution screen. The OCR engine it
uses is not perfect. It may have inferior results on certain images.
Other than that, It can be used to monitor any inaccessible text on the
screen, like video game menus. It won't tell you highlighted text,
unfortunately.
How do I use it?
To launch it with default options, just press NVDA+alt+l. LION will start
OCR of the whole screen at a 1 second interval, speaking only when the
text
changes. Hopefully. :) If you want to customize its behaviour, go to the
NVDA Menu, Preferences, LION settings. For example, a video file might
have
a logo in the upper left corner that gets read along with the subtitle,
and
disrupts the experience. We'll see how to fix this in the next section.
LION has the following settings:
1. OCR interval: how often the program does OCR. Takes values from 0.1
second to 10 seconds.
2. OCR target: specifies the screen portion to OCR. Options are: current
control, current window, navigator object, and full screen
3. Crop pixels from above, below, right, left. In full screen mode, those
four fields allow you to crop sections from the screen from being
scanned.
Those settings work only in full screen and current window modes.
Why is this setting useful? Let's remember the logo example above. Just
crop
10% or so from above to skip the logo, and you won't hear it. Actually,
to
make the recognition faster and less resource intensive, you can crop
like
70% from above, since subtitles are usually found in the lower third of
the
screen.
what's new
version 1.11
Fixed a bug, mainly observed in youtube fullscreen.
version 1.1
1. the crop settings affect the current window mode, too
2. implemented a similarity threshold setting, mainlly useful in games.
LION
always compares the current text with the one which has been spoken
previously. If it thinks the text hasn't changed, it doesn't speak. This
setting controls how aggressive LION is in comparing texts. 0 means all
texts are identical, practically rendering the addon unusable. 1 will
read
all texts, even if they are the same. The default is 0.5.
version 1.0
initial version
Who wrote this, how often will I see updates?
My name is Stefan Moisei, a blind programmer trying to survive in an East
European country, Romania, who has a lot to catch up to get to an
occidental
level. LION, and other blind specific software are just a hobby for me,
developed in my spare time. So, I'm afraid updates won't come too often.
But
if you can code, this is NVDA, so the source is right there. :)

Sent from Mail for Windows 10





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mobile no: +91 9940369593,
email id : aravind_069@yahoo.com, aravind.andhrabank@gmail.com.
aravind.rajendran@bankofbaroda.co.in.



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Re: lion universal subtitle reader and more NVDA addon

Aravind R
 

add on link is not pasted boss.

On 19/08/2020, Josh Kennedy <joshknnd1982@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi,
Here pasted below is the lion subtitle reader and more documentation. My
question though is, what is the very first combo box used for in lion
settings never mind I figured it out it changes how often OCR is performed.

What is it
LION is an addon which does Automatic OCr of certain screen portions, at a
certain interval. Why do I say that it is intelligent? No, not because I've
written it, nor because the "i" makes for a nice acronym. Since it does OCR
of the same screen portion multiple times, normally it would read the same
text multiple times, which is not very nice. So, I implemented a mechanism
to skip speaking of the text if it seems similar to the previously
recognised text.
What can I do with it?
The main reason I wrote it was to read subtitles. Due to the way it works,
it can read any subtitles on the screen, including Youtube, Netflix and
other online video sites, subtitles embedded in AVI files, and even live
tV!
Make sure to set the video to full screen when using it, as it works like
sighted eyes do. It needs big text for better performance. The quality won't
be perfect, try to set the font of the subtitles as large as possible, if
you have the option, and use a high resolution screen. The OCR engine it
uses is not perfect. It may have inferior results on certain images.
Other than that, It can be used to monitor any inaccessible text on the
screen, like video game menus. It won't tell you highlighted text,
unfortunately.
How do I use it?
To launch it with default options, just press NVDA+alt+l. LION will start
OCR of the whole screen at a 1 second interval, speaking only when the text
changes. Hopefully. :) If you want to customize its behaviour, go to the
NVDA Menu, Preferences, LION settings. For example, a video file might have
a logo in the upper left corner that gets read along with the subtitle, and
disrupts the experience. We'll see how to fix this in the next section.
LION has the following settings:
1. OCR interval: how often the program does OCR. Takes values from 0.1
second to 10 seconds.
2. OCR target: specifies the screen portion to OCR. Options are: current
control, current window, navigator object, and full screen
3. Crop pixels from above, below, right, left. In full screen mode, those
four fields allow you to crop sections from the screen from being scanned.
Those settings work only in full screen and current window modes.
Why is this setting useful? Let's remember the logo example above. Just crop
10% or so from above to skip the logo, and you won't hear it. Actually, to
make the recognition faster and less resource intensive, you can crop like
70% from above, since subtitles are usually found in the lower third of the
screen.
what's new
version 1.11
Fixed a bug, mainly observed in youtube fullscreen.
version 1.1
1. the crop settings affect the current window mode, too
2. implemented a similarity threshold setting, mainlly useful in games. LION
always compares the current text with the one which has been spoken
previously. If it thinks the text hasn't changed, it doesn't speak. This
setting controls how aggressive LION is in comparing texts. 0 means all
texts are identical, practically rendering the addon unusable. 1 will read
all texts, even if they are the same. The default is 0.5.
version 1.0
initial version
Who wrote this, how often will I see updates?
My name is Stefan Moisei, a blind programmer trying to survive in an East
European country, Romania, who has a lot to catch up to get to an occidental
level. LION, and other blind specific software are just a hobby for me,
developed in my spare time. So, I'm afraid updates won't come too often. But
if you can code, this is NVDA, so the source is right there. :)

Sent from Mail for Windows 10





--


--
--
nothing is difficult unless you make it appear so.

r. aravind,

manager
Department of sales
bank of baroda specialised mortgage store, Chennai.
mobile no: +91 9940369593,
email id : aravind_069@yahoo.com, aravind.andhrabank@gmail.com.
aravind.rajendran@bankofbaroda.co.in.


lion universal subtitle reader and more NVDA addon

Josh Kennedy
 

Hi,

Here pasted below is the lion subtitle reader and more documentation. My question though is, what is the very first combo box used for in lion settings never mind I figured it out it changes how often OCR is performed.

What is it

LION is an addon which does Automatic OCr of certain screen portions, at a certain interval. Why do I say that it is intelligent? No, not because I've written it, nor because the "i" makes for a nice acronym. Since it does OCR of the same screen portion multiple times, normally it would read the same text multiple times, which is not very nice. So, I implemented a mechanism to skip speaking of the text if it seems similar to the previously recognised text.

What can I do with it?

The main reason I wrote it was to read subtitles. Due to the way it works, it can read any subtitles on the screen, including Youtube, Netflix and other online video sites, subtitles embedded in AVI files, and even live tV!

Make sure to set the video to full screen when using it, as it works like sighted eyes do. It needs big text for better performance. The quality won't be perfect, try to set the font of the subtitles as large as possible, if you have the option, and use a high resolution screen. The OCR engine it uses is not perfect. It may have inferior results on certain images.

Other than that, It can be used to monitor any inaccessible text on the screen, like video game menus. It won't tell you highlighted text, unfortunately.

How do I use it?

To launch it with default options, just press NVDA+alt+l. LION will start OCR of the whole screen at a 1 second interval, speaking only when the text changes. Hopefully. :) If you want to customize its behaviour, go to the NVDA Menu, Preferences, LION settings. For example, a video file might have a logo in the upper left corner that gets read along with the subtitle, and disrupts the experience. We'll see how to fix this in the next section.

LION has the following settings:

1. OCR interval: how often the program does OCR. Takes values from 0.1 second to 10 seconds.

2. OCR target: specifies the screen portion to OCR. Options are: current control, current window, navigator object, and full screen

3. Crop pixels from above, below, right, left. In full screen mode, those four fields allow you to crop sections from the screen from being scanned. Those settings work only in full screen and current window modes.

Why is this setting useful? Let's remember the logo example above. Just crop 10% or so from above to skip the logo, and you won't hear it. Actually, to make the recognition faster and less resource intensive, you can crop like 70% from above, since subtitles are usually found in the lower third of the screen.

what's new

version 1.11

Fixed a bug, mainly observed in youtube fullscreen.

version 1.1

1. the crop settings affect the current window mode, too

2. implemented a similarity threshold setting, mainlly useful in games. LION always compares the current text with the one which has been spoken previously. If it thinks the text hasn't changed, it doesn't speak. This setting controls how aggressive LION is in comparing texts. 0 means all texts are identical, practically rendering the addon unusable. 1 will read all texts, even if they are the same. The default is 0.5.

version 1.0

initial version

Who wrote this, how often will I see updates?

My name is Stefan Moisei, a blind programmer trying to survive in an East European country, Romania, who has a lot to catch up to get to an occidental level. LION, and other blind specific software are just a hobby for me, developed in my spare time. So, I'm afraid updates won't come too often. But if you can code, this is NVDA, so the source is right there. :)

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 


Re: Skype

Sarah k Alawami
 

This is an electron problem. Skype are aware of the issue and it will be fixed. Sorry no ETA.

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On 18 Aug 2020, at 14:33, Jackie wrote:

Have yall tried ensuring Skype is maximized?

On 8/18/20, Damien Garwood damien@... wrote:

Hi David,
That's useful to know.
To be fair, I never thought of exiting the menus straight away! That's
much quicker than my current workaround. Typical of me to
overcomplicate/overthink things. Thanks for that.
Cheers,
Damien.

On 18/08/2020 10:03 pm, David Csercsics wrote:

Yes, I think this is a Skype bug, because my friend who uses JAWS
noticed the same issue. The only way for it to get focus is to press the
alt key twice to enter and exit the menus, or do something else that
works with the menus. This is obviously bad programming somewhere but I
don't think it's NVDA's fault since it is broken with at least one other
screen reader that uses a different model for interacting with Windows
than NVDA does. I never thought to try with narrator, but I expect the
same result as with NVDA. Maybe we'll have to look at it and see what's
going on visually.

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Re: Skype

Jackie
 

Have yall tried ensuring Skype is maximized?

On 8/18/20, Damien Garwood <damien@daygar.plus.com> wrote:
Hi David,
That's useful to know.
To be fair, I never thought of exiting the menus straight away! That's
much quicker than my current workaround. Typical of me to
overcomplicate/overthink things. Thanks for that.
Cheers,
Damien.

On 18/08/2020 10:03 pm, David Csercsics wrote:
Yes, I think this is a Skype bug, because my friend who uses JAWS
noticed the same issue. The only way for it to get focus is to press the
alt key twice to enter and exit the menus, or do something else that
works with the menus. This is obviously bad programming somewhere but I
don't think it's NVDA's fault since it is broken with at least one other
screen reader that uses a different model for interacting with Windows
than NVDA does. I never thought to try with narrator, but I expect the
same result as with NVDA. Maybe we'll have to look at it and see what's
going on visually.






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Re: Skype

Damien Garwood <damien@...>
 

Hi David,
That's useful to know.
To be fair, I never thought of exiting the menus straight away! That's much quicker than my current workaround. Typical of me to overcomplicate/overthink things. Thanks for that.
Cheers,
Damien.

On 18/08/2020 10:03 pm, David Csercsics wrote:
Yes, I think this is a Skype bug, because my friend who uses JAWS noticed the same issue. The only way for it to get focus is to press the alt key twice to enter and exit the menus, or do something else that works with the menus. This is obviously bad programming somewhere but I don't think it's NVDA's fault since it is broken with at least one other screen reader that uses a different model for interacting with Windows than NVDA does. I never thought to try with narrator, but I expect the same result as with NVDA. Maybe we'll have to look at it and see what's going on visually.


Re: Beginner's course in Python

David Goldfield
 

I would also be interested in learning Python as I'd love to be able to contribute to the NVDA project by composing addons. If any skilled Python users are interested in conducting a series of classes I'd gladly pay for training provided that your teaching skills match your programming skills.


On 8/18/2020 4:59 PM, Cearbhall O'Meadhra wrote:

Hi everyone,

 

I would like to learn Python. I am developed in a few other programming languages but I would like to start from scratch. I would also not like to teach myself but to participate in a group learning experience.

 

I wonder if anyone can advise me how best to proceed?

 

I would be happy with an online course, fee-paying or free, from any country as long as it is conducted in English and is fully accessible with NVDA.

 

 

All the best,

 

Cearbhall

 

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Re: Skype

David Csercsics
 

Yes, I think this is a Skype bug, because my friend who uses JAWS noticed the same issue. The only way for it to get focus is to press the alt key twice to enter and exit the menus, or do something else that works with the menus. This is obviously bad programming somewhere but I don't think it's NVDA's fault since it is broken with at least one other screen reader that uses a different model for interacting with Windows than NVDA does. I never thought to try with narrator, but I expect the same result as with NVDA. Maybe we'll have to look at it and see what's going on visually.


Beginner's course in Python

Cearbhall O'Meadhra
 

Hi everyone,

 

I would like to learn Python. I am developed in a few other programming languages but I would like to start from scratch. I would also not like to teach myself but to participate in a group learning experience.

 

I wonder if anyone can advise me how best to proceed?

 

I would be happy with an online course, fee-paying or free, from any country as long as it is conducted in English and is fully accessible with NVDA.

 

 

All the best,

 

Cearbhall

 

m +353 (0)833323487 Ph: _353 (0)1-2864623 e: cearbhall.omeadhra@...

 

 


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Skype

Damien Garwood <damien@...>
 

Hi,
Over the past few weeks, NVDA seems to have trouble focusing controls when reloading Skype from the system tray.
1. Open Skype. NVDA behaves normally.
2. Minimise Skype to system tray.
3. Reload, either by attempting to actually reload Skype, or by accessing the tray icon and hitting enter on the "Open Skype" option in the context menu.
Now, tabbing, arrowing, and attempting to switch on/off browse/focus mode all fail, unless I go into a menu and choose an option that loads another window (let's say the "about" dialog), then exit back to the main screen.
I'm not sure whether a Skype update has caused this, or whether this is a problem with NVDA 2020.2. It certainly never happened in 2020.1.
Has anyone else had this issue, or is it one of those strange occurrences again where it's just me?
Cheers.
Damien.


Re: lion universal subtitle reader and more NVDA addon

Moti Azrad
 

Dear all,

 

I’ve installed successfully this new addon.

Eilana, try again to install it.

 

Good luck

 

Moti

 

 

 

Moti Azrad 

Musician and Piano-Tuner         

 

motiaz@...

 

azrad_moty@...

 

Israel

 

 

 

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of Eilana Benish
Sent: 18 August, 2020 10:47
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] lion universal subtitle reader and more NVDA addon

 

I have tried to install the add on But I received a message saying that installation fail .

In addition It would be wise to give a page with more details about the add ONS and supported languages and keyboard shortcuts.

 

 

 

 

‫בתאריך יום ב׳, 17 באוג׳ 2020 ב-22:28 מאת ‪JM Casey‏ <‪jmcasey@...‏>:

That’s very interesting. Have you tried it with a braille display? That’s how I’d like to /do read subtitles.

 

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of Josh Kennedy
Sent: August 17, 2020 3:21 PM
To: nvda@groups.io
Subject: [nvda] lion universal subtitle reader and more NVDA addon

 

Hi,

I found this great addon. Please consider adding it into the community addons page. It lets you read subtitles. It’s like intelligent realtime OCR for NVDA that uses the windows10 OCR engine. Try it out. Link is:

 

https://blindieconnect.net/files/lion-latest.nvda-addon

 

Josh Kennedy

 

 

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Re: lion universal subtitle reader and more NVDA addon

Eilana Benish
 

I have tried to install the add on But I received a message saying that installation fail .

In addition It would be wise to give a page with more details about the add ONS and supported languages and keyboard shortcuts.

 




‫בתאריך יום ב׳, 17 באוג׳ 2020 ב-22:28 מאת ‪JM Casey‬‏ <‪jmcasey@...‬‏>:‬

That’s very interesting. Have you tried it with a braille display? That’s how I’d like to /do read subtitles.

 

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of Josh Kennedy
Sent: August 17, 2020 3:21 PM
To: nvda@groups.io
Subject: [nvda] lion universal subtitle reader and more NVDA addon

 

Hi,

I found this great addon. Please consider adding it into the community addons page. It lets you read subtitles. It’s like intelligent realtime OCR for NVDA that uses the windows10 OCR engine. Try it out. Link is:

 

https://blindieconnect.net/files/lion-latest.nvda-addon

 

Josh Kennedy

 

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 



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New Microsoft IME editor for Japanese language

Marco Oros
 

Hello.

There are lot of changes in new version of Windows 10. It is version 2004 and due to this, I have a question.

How japanese speakers will now switch between Hiragana, Katakana and Romaji?

I know, that there are shortcuts, like alt+capslock ETC, but now It doesn't work.

Thank You.

Marco Oros


Re: I'm worried about the newest version of Opera.

Jaffar Sidek <jaffar.sidek10@...>
 

I use both NVDA and Jaws and got the same result/problem and so I wrote to the developers submitting the problem as an accessibility bug.  Cheers!

On 18/8/2020 4:23 am, Brian Vogel wrote:
Then the next step is seeing if this holds across screen readers, in which case feedback should be submitted to the developers of Opera as promptly as possible, and if it doesn't hold across screen readers then to the developers of the screen reader that's silent.

Bugs get introduced, and they only get fixed if reported.

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Re: I'm worried about the newest version of Opera.

Jaffar Sidek <jaffar.sidek10@...>
 

Hi.  I have done so.  I wrote to the developers, but no word yet.  Cheers!

On 18/8/2020 4:23 am, Brian Vogel wrote:
Then the next step is seeing if this holds across screen readers, in which case feedback should be submitted to the developers of Opera as promptly as possible, and if it doesn't hold across screen readers then to the developers of the screen reader that's silent.

Bugs get introduced, and they only get fixed if reported.

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A gentleman is one who never hurts anyone's feelings unintentionally.

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Re: I'm worried about the newest version of Opera.

 

Then the next step is seeing if this holds across screen readers, in which case feedback should be submitted to the developers of Opera as promptly as possible, and if it doesn't hold across screen readers then to the developers of the screen reader that's silent.

Bugs get introduced, and they only get fixed if reported.

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Brian - Windows 10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 2004, Build 19041  

A gentleman is one who never hurts anyone's feelings unintentionally.

          ~ Oscar Wilde

 


I'm worried about the newest version of Opera.

P. Otter
 

Hello all, I've discovered the problem that i can'nt read back what I've wrote is only in the newest version of Opera version 70
I've found it when I had installed an older version.
version 69
but after a while opera will be updated automaticaly to version 70.
after that it was no longer possible to read in the addresfield what I've wrote!

cheers
paul otter

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