Re: Skipping the reading of signatures?
I've seen one or two friends do something like that and I wondered if it might be something many people do. I suspect you are right that enough people are unaware of this that it may be a problem affecting many people.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
Sent: Wednesday, February 10, 2021 9:46 AM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Skipping the reading of signatures?
Gene, I've begun to suspect that many people don't know that they can
issue commands, move on, stop reading, etc, when using their computers
and a screen reader. I've been on the hone with some and they let
their screen reader read on and on before moving on to the next thing
they want to do. Some have replied with a dumbfounded "what?" when
I've asked them to stop the screen reader from blabbing on and on. I
guess it's one of those basics they either weren't taught or they
missed when they were taught to use their screen reader. It's very
inefficient and does waste their time.
On 2/10/21, Gene <email@example.com> wrote:
But if you just move on as soon as you hear it read or begin to be read, how
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