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Review of NVDA and Chrome Canary

Brandon Keith Biggs
Hello,
This may be of some use to anyone working on NVDA and Chrome development:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FIzfA4_1s3M&feature=youtu.be

I made this review and am very happy with the progress Chrome is making! I think if the unknown events were silenced and NVDA went into the edit field properly on the Google homepage, it would be considered usable for most people.
Thanks,
 

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Re: Review of NVDA and Chrome Canary

derek riemer
I'm watching your review right now, it looks good. One note, when doing demo's I try to slow my speech rate down so people who might be evaluating a product with a screen reader (a sighted TVI who is trying to teach a student NVDA and chromemaybe) can understand it. Often, they can't understand fast speech when they hear it, because as a non-screen reader user, they aren't used to it.
Looks great though.

On 4/8/2016 9:46 AM, Brandon Keith Biggs wrote:
Hello,
This may be of some use to anyone working on NVDA and Chrome development:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FIzfA4_1s3M&feature=youtu.be

I made this review and am very happy with the progress Chrome is making! I think if the unknown events were silenced and NVDA went into the edit field properly on the Google homepage, it would be considered usable for most people.
Thanks,
 


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Brandon Keith Biggs
Hello,
I have the picture and I say what is going on and the sighted people I have shown my videos to don't seem to have a problem with the speech.
In this case (it is not a guide, it is just for bugs), I think it is good for Google developers and other developers to understand just how fast we use our screen reader.
For newbie guides I slow my screen reader down though.
Thanks,



On Fri, Apr 8, 2016 at 4:17 PM, derek riemer <[hidden email]> wrote:
I'm watching your review right now, it looks good. One note, when doing demo's I try to slow my speech rate down so people who might be evaluating a product with a screen reader (a sighted TVI who is trying to teach a student NVDA and chromemaybe) can understand it. Often, they can't understand fast speech when they hear it, because as a non-screen reader user, they aren't used to it.
Looks great though.

On 4/8/2016 9:46 AM, Brandon Keith Biggs wrote:
Hello,
This may be of some use to anyone working on NVDA and Chrome development:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FIzfA4_1s3M&feature=youtu.be

I made this review and am very happy with the progress Chrome is making! I think if the unknown events were silenced and NVDA went into the edit field properly on the Google homepage, it would be considered usable for most people.
Thanks,
 


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