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The Program that NVDA does not read well is called PC Study
Bible, made by Biblesoft.
It been around sine the late 1980's, and is still around today.
NVDA reads a lot of things, but for some reason, does not read
the window where the Text from the Bible and all other Reference
Books are displayed.
NVDA reads most other areas in the program better than Jaws, but
these main display windows within this program, for what ever
reason, are not read.
It's been a while, but I think these windows can be read by using
the Mouse, which doesn't help when trying to do any sort of
On 10/18/2020 10:14 PM, Quentin Christensen wrote:
Out of curiosity, what is the one program you use all the
time which Jaws works better with? Just so I can make sure we
have issues captured on our issue tracker. (If you'd like,
you are most welcome to record any issues directly on https://github.com/nvaccess/nvda/issues
On Sun, Oct 18, 2020 at 6:37
AM Dave <dlh007@...
I too now use NVDA probably 80 percent of the time. Still
JAWS, and probably will have since the yearly upgrades are not
JAWS still reads one program I use all the time better than
But to Write emails and do other things, I find NVDA works
I use Excel, and NVDA works better for me than JAWS.
Especially if you are creating Spread Sheets and writing
NVDA has been on my System for a number of years now, mostly
case Window Eyes, or then Jaws might fail. In the last year,
having issues with JAWS, and their Tech people couldn't figure
problem, so NVDA has become my Go To Screen Reader program for
I use the voice named David.
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