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Question on browse mode indication

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On the main  list a person who is Deaf Blind is asking for help with a
browse mode issue.
 MY question is this. is there an indication somehow on a brailed display
when the mode is switched between focus and browse mode?
 If not is there any way this could be done, rapid toggling of a dot pin or
somesuch idea?
 Brian

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Re: Question on browse mode indication

Rui Fontes
Maybe is possible to change the cursor layout?
We already have a layout for normal cursor, for review cursor, and maybe
another one for virtual cursor?

Rui


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De: Brian's Mail list account BY via Nvda-devel
Data: 23 de junho de 2017 14:29
Para: NVDA screen reader development
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Assunto: [Nvda-devel] Question on browse mode indication

On the main  list a person who is Deaf Blind is asking for help with a
browse mode issue.
MY question is this. is there an indication somehow on a brailed display
when the mode is switched between focus and browse mode?
If not is there any way this could be done, rapid toggling of a dot pin or
somesuch idea?
Brian

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Re: Question on browse mode indication

James Teh
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If you turn off "Audio indication of focus and browse modes", a message will be used instead. That message is presented in both speech and braille.


On Fri, Jun 23, 2017 at 11:29 PM, Brian's Mail list account BY via Nvda-devel <[hidden email]> wrote:
On the mainĀ  list a person who is Deaf Blind is asking for help with a browse mode issue.
MY question is this. is there an indication somehow on a brailed display when the mode is switched between focus and browse mode?
If not is there any way this could be done, rapid toggling of a dot pin or somesuch idea?
Brian

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[hidden email], putting 'Brian Gaff'
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