[NVDA-dev] Quick test of NVDA with Lotus Notes

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[NVDA-dev] Quick test of NVDA with Lotus Notes

Michel Such
Hi,

As Mick just added early support  for Notes I made some tests.
We use Lotus Notes 8.51.
In fact, NVDA seems to behave better when composing a meessage than when
reading one.
When composing, you can review all the text you wrote with no problem.
When reading a message, it seems that the top of the message is lost,
especially when the message is composed of a stack of messages and anxwers.
It also seems that disposition is not respected, loss of cariage returns
for example.


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Michel Such


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Re: [NVDA-dev] Quick test of NVDA with Lotus Notes

Michael Curran-3
Hi,

Please send me some example emails if you can.

Thanks
Mick


On 10/27/2012 6:04 PM, Michel such wrote:

> Hi,
>
> As Mick just added early support  for Notes I made some tests.
> We use Lotus Notes 8.51.
> In fact, NVDA seems to behave better when composing a meessage than when
> reading one.
> When composing, you can review all the text you wrote with no problem.
> When reading a message, it seems that the top of the message is lost,
> especially when the message is composed of a stack of messages and anxwers.
> It also seems that disposition is not respected, loss of cariage returns
> for example.
>
>

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Re: [NVDA-dev] Quick test of NVDA with Lotus Notes

Michel Such
Ok, I'll send you one example, but won't do it until I get back to
office which will be in one week.


Michel Such
Le 27/10/2012 12:24, Michael Curran a écrit :

> Hi,
>
> Please send me some example emails if you can.
>
> Thanks
> Mick
>
>
> On 10/27/2012 6:04 PM, Michel such wrote:
>> Hi,
>>
>> As Mick just added early support  for Notes I made some tests.
>> We use Lotus Notes 8.51.
>> In fact, NVDA seems to behave better when composing a meessage than when
>> reading one.
>> When composing, you can review all the text you wrote with no problem.
>> When reading a message, it seems that the top of the message is lost,
>> especially when the message is composed of a stack of messages and
>> anxwers.
>> It also seems that disposition is not respected, loss of cariage returns
>> for example.
>>
>>
>



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Re: [NVDA-dev] Quick test of NVDA with Lotus Notes

Homme, James
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Hi,
When I was using Lotus Notes with JAWS here, I seem to remember that FreedomScientific used a back end buffer something like in a browser or PDF document. Unfortunately, we have discontinued Lotus Notes here after version 6.5, so I wouldn't be able to get my hands on it to test.

Thanks.

Jim



-----Original Message-----
From: [hidden email] [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Michel such
Sent: Saturday, October 27, 2012 4:04 AM
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Subject: [NVDA-dev] Quick test of NVDA with Lotus Notes

Hi,

As Mick just added early support  for Notes I made some tests.
We use Lotus Notes 8.51.
In fact, NVDA seems to behave better when composing a meessage than when reading one.
When composing, you can review all the text you wrote with no problem.
When reading a message, it seems that the top of the message is lost, especially when the message is composed of a stack of messages and anxwers.
It also seems that disposition is not respected, loss of cariage returns for example.


--
Michel Such

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Re: [NVDA-dev] Quick test of NVDA with Lotus Notes

Michel Such
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Hi Mick,

WQWhere would you like me to send you a message?
Do you have an e-mail address on a Lotus Notes server since I guesse
Lotus Notes client cannot pick messages on a standard pop server.


Michel Such
Le 27/10/2012 12:24, Michael Curran a écrit :

> Hi,
>
> Please send me some example emails if you can.
>
> Thanks
> Mick
>
>
> On 10/27/2012 6:04 PM, Michel such wrote:
>> Hi,
>>
>> As Mick just added early support for Notes I made some tests.
>> We use Lotus Notes 8.51.
>> In fact, NVDA seems to behave better when composing a meessage than when
>> reading one.
>> When composing, you can review all the text you wrote with no problem.
>> When reading a message, it seems that the top of the message is lost,
>> especially when the message is composed of a stack of messages and
>> anxwers.
>> It also seems that disposition is not respected, loss of cariage returns
>> for example.
>>
>>
>