That NVDA command insert + B (NVDA KEY + B) also has the effect of reading the hidden items at times when the virtual cursor/edit cursor renders blank. By this I mean that if you get little or no feedback when trying to read a relatively inaccessible screen such as in a dialogue box in an off the shelf piece of software or sometimes some sort of pop up on a web page, and when you switch to the object or screen review and nothing is rendered, then press insert + B and listen to the results. It may take a bit of time because NVDA will read everything on the screen including the names of tool bars, menu items system items such as move/size/minimize/maximize and so on, but also many times it will read what sighted people see on the screen that is not apparent using other NVDA methods.
Also try the insert + R recognition feature with Windows OCR and NVDA. This also works on some somewhat inaccessible screens.
On 6/19/2022 11:56 PM, Gene wrote:
What I'm saying is that it is important to know the command I gave, regardless of whatever issues you may have.
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