Re: how to get rid of page breaks in note pad
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Now, here's our solution, right here. What did I say about the cat in the dairy? If I were the original poster, I'd do this when in notepad. That way the configuration would be saved for that program only. I don't think first-letter navigation works in that huge list, so you just have to persevere and keep arrowing down till you find it. There may be an easier way, but I don't know it.
Take care guys, I think this here topic hath been solved.
Just a suggestion, you may want to download that little braille translation program from APH, send-to-braille. It is also a back translator. See if converting your .brf files with Send-to-braille leaves out the page-breaks. Till then, turn it off in NVDA.
Hi everyone. Sorry I'm late to the party. I only caught the tail end of this thread, so if you folks have already figured this out, please just hit delete. I had this problem with long strings of equals signs in a document that I was reading with NVDA, but the same thing worked for me in NVDA when I told it to not say page break. I did the following:
Hope this helps someone.
Then we do know. That proves my point. Its clear that in converting the files, the page breaks are left in. I remember that message now, but since it wasn't important in determining what the problem was, I didn't try to remember it.
I wasn't concerned with how the file had been created. I had seen the problem before, I recognized the description, and I found, after Ann made her valuable suggestion, how to set NVDA not to announce page breaks.
On Sun, Sep 13, 2020 at 09:14 PM, Gene wrote:
It could not be more clear how the file that was being read made its way to the plain text format being read in Notepad.
Brian - Windows 10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 2004, Build 19041
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