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Compatibility Questions and Question About Say All

Robert Spangler
Hello everyone:

I have several questions.  First, I have a friend who uses JAWS with
Salesforce at work.  She would love to switch to NVDA but needs to be
assured that it will work well with this program.  I have no Salesforce
experience, so am unable to answer the question.  I was wondering if anyone
on here would know.

At my work, we are considering switching to a new accessibility management
system called Clockwork.  I am a full-time NVDA user.  I was provided the
opportunity to demo the software over NVDA Remote and it seemed to work OK.
They told me that they "work" with NVDA, which I interpreted to mean that
they work with NVDA developers to insure the program remains accessible.  I
would like for someone to verify this claim and if anyone uses NVDA with
Clockwork, please provide your experience.

Finally, my last question!  Has anyone else noticed some strange behavior
with Say All, that is, if I stop the speech, the cursor ends up being
several lines down from where I stopped it?  Sometimes, it's an entire
paragraph and when I'm ready to resume reading, I have to arrow back up.
This happens both in Firefox and Chrome; it doesn't seem to be an issue in
text documents.

Thanks!
Robert

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Robert Spangler
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Ohio
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On the last point this seems to have been the case on some machines for as
long as I can remember.The fact that it varies leads me to think what you
are seeing here is the buffered  length. When you stop the speech, it stops
where it is, and dumps the rest of the buffered speech.



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> Hello everyone:
>
> I have several questions.  First, I have a friend who uses JAWS with
> Salesforce at work.  She would love to switch to NVDA but needs to be
> assured that it will work well with this program.  I have no Salesforce
> experience, so am unable to answer the question.  I was wondering if
> anyone
> on here would know.
>
> At my work, we are considering switching to a new accessibility management
> system called Clockwork.  I am a full-time NVDA user.  I was provided the
> opportunity to demo the software over NVDA Remote and it seemed to work
> OK.
> They told me that they "work" with NVDA, which I interpreted to mean that
> they work with NVDA developers to insure the program remains accessible.
> I
> would like for someone to verify this claim and if anyone uses NVDA with
> Clockwork, please provide your experience.
>
> Finally, my last question!  Has anyone else noticed some strange behavior
> with Say All, that is, if I stop the speech, the cursor ends up being
> several lines down from where I stopped it?  Sometimes, it's an entire
> paragraph and when I'm ready to resume reading, I have to arrow back up.
> This happens both in Firefox and Chrome; it doesn't seem to be an issue in
> text documents.
>
> Thanks!
> Robert
>
> --
> Robert Spangler
> Secretary, Miami Valley Chapter of the National Federation of the Blind of
> Ohio
> [hidden email]
>
>
>
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> engaging tech sites, SlashDot.org! http://sdm.link/slashdot
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