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Re: Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

Gene
 

I don't know why you would have to use the bypass command. JAWS shouldn't use control 2 for anything. It isn't a standard screen-reader command and I found out now that Outlook uses it for create an appointment.

Gene

-----Original Message-----
From: Kimsan via groups.io
Sent: Wednesday, September 23, 2020 1:02 AM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

Yes, Gene I am using CTRL 2, as it was listed in the list of keystrokes I
have.

Kimsan Song
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-----Original Message-----
From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of Gene
Sent: Tuesday, September 22, 2020 9:24 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

No, but are you using control 2? That would be a most unlikely command for
a screen-reader to use, particularly since it is used in some programs like
Windows Media Player to change where you are in the program.

Gene
-----Original Message-----
From: Kimsan via groups.io
Sent: Tuesday, September 22, 2020 11:18 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

Gene, Using NVDA, which I presume you used, did you have to do a bypass
command, I did for jaws.
I ask that because lol, someone spoke today and by the time I issued those
two keystrokes, they finished talking and I didn't catch the name.

Kimsan Song
kimsansong@icloud.com
If you are into HipHop or R&B, I invite you to subscribe to my youtube
artist channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFzrNcgBfHguK-LnnJMMylA
Also, you may follow me on twitter:
https://twitter.com/kims4ns0ng

-----Original Message-----
From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of Gene
Sent: Tuesday, September 22, 2020 8:31 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

The command is a Zoom command. it isn't a screen-reader command. A sighted
friend told me there is a visual way the program shows who is speaking.
Presumably, the underlying information the program uses for the visual
display is accessible to the screen-reader. The screen doesn't change
because sighted people already have the information. I assume the
screen-reader is made to speak by the program using whatever it uses to
force speech whenever an alert is spoken.

Gene
-----Original Message-----
From: Kimsan via groups.io
Sent: Tuesday, September 22, 2020 9:34 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

Gene,
I forgot to ask since I am still trying to determine if this key stroke is
screen reader exclusive.
I have no one to test it on using NVDA but when using it in a meeting
earlier today at work using jaws latest, I had to evoke the bypass key then
press CTRL 2.
My coworkers who do not use any screen reader, it didn't work. Then again,
why would it, they don't need to hear who is talking, I suppose as they can
probably tell in another way?

Kimsan Song
kimsansong@icloud.com
If you are into HipHop or R&B, I invite you to subscribe to my youtube
artist channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFzrNcgBfHguK-LnnJMMylA
Also, you may follow me on twitter:
https://twitter.com/kims4ns0ng

-----Original Message-----
From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of Gene
Sent: Tuesday, September 22, 2020 1:20 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

Thanks to those who gave information. I tried control 2 in a test meeting
and it worked. I had looked at a list of shortcut keys in the past but
there are so many I thought it might be faster and easier to ask.

That's an important command for people to know. I often wonder who is
speaking in a meeting if I don't know the people or don't know them well.

Gene
-----Original Message-----
From: Kimsan via groups.io
Sent: Tuesday, September 22, 2020 1:27 AM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

Or try ctrl 2.
I'm reading these from a list of commands posted on this list many moons
ago.

Kimsan Song
kimsansong@icloud.com
If you are into HipHop or R&B, I invite you to subscribe to my youtube
artist channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFzrNcgBfHguK-LnnJMMylA
Also, you may follow me on twitter:
https://twitter.com/kims4ns0ng

-----Original Message-----
From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of Gene
Sent: Monday, September 21, 2020 11:10 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

To clarify, because I want my whole message in the message body in case
someone doesn't pay attention to the subject line, is there any way to have
Zoom announce who is talking? I haven't found one and nothing in the
description of the NVDA add-on says the add-on provides this ability.

I don't use JAWS anymore, but it would still be good to know if it can do
this.

Gene
-----Original Message-----
From: Gene
Sent: Monday, September 21, 2020 10:52 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

Is there a way, either using JAWS or NVDA, to determine who is speaking? I
haven't seen any command to do so and when I've looked around the interface,
I see no way the screen-reader can tell you that.

Thanks for information.

Gene


Re: Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

Kimsan
 

Yes, Gene I am using CTRL 2, as it was listed in the list of keystrokes I
have.

Kimsan Song
kimsansong@icloud.com
If you are into HipHop or R&B, I invite you to subscribe to my youtube
artist channel at
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFzrNcgBfHguK-LnnJMMylA
Also, you may follow me on twitter:
https://twitter.com/kims4ns0ng

-----Original Message-----
From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of Gene
Sent: Tuesday, September 22, 2020 9:24 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

No, but are you using control 2? That would be a most unlikely command for
a screen-reader to use, particularly since it is used in some programs like
Windows Media Player to change where you are in the program.

Gene
-----Original Message-----
From: Kimsan via groups.io
Sent: Tuesday, September 22, 2020 11:18 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

Gene, Using NVDA, which I presume you used, did you have to do a bypass
command, I did for jaws.
I ask that because lol, someone spoke today and by the time I issued those
two keystrokes, they finished talking and I didn't catch the name.

Kimsan Song
kimsansong@icloud.com
If you are into HipHop or R&B, I invite you to subscribe to my youtube
artist channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFzrNcgBfHguK-LnnJMMylA
Also, you may follow me on twitter:
https://twitter.com/kims4ns0ng

-----Original Message-----
From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of Gene
Sent: Tuesday, September 22, 2020 8:31 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

The command is a Zoom command. it isn't a screen-reader command. A sighted
friend told me there is a visual way the program shows who is speaking.
Presumably, the underlying information the program uses for the visual
display is accessible to the screen-reader. The screen doesn't change
because sighted people already have the information. I assume the
screen-reader is made to speak by the program using whatever it uses to
force speech whenever an alert is spoken.

Gene
-----Original Message-----
From: Kimsan via groups.io
Sent: Tuesday, September 22, 2020 9:34 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

Gene,
I forgot to ask since I am still trying to determine if this key stroke is
screen reader exclusive.
I have no one to test it on using NVDA but when using it in a meeting
earlier today at work using jaws latest, I had to evoke the bypass key then
press CTRL 2.
My coworkers who do not use any screen reader, it didn't work. Then again,
why would it, they don't need to hear who is talking, I suppose as they can
probably tell in another way?

Kimsan Song
kimsansong@icloud.com
If you are into HipHop or R&B, I invite you to subscribe to my youtube
artist channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFzrNcgBfHguK-LnnJMMylA
Also, you may follow me on twitter:
https://twitter.com/kims4ns0ng

-----Original Message-----
From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of Gene
Sent: Tuesday, September 22, 2020 1:20 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

Thanks to those who gave information. I tried control 2 in a test meeting
and it worked. I had looked at a list of shortcut keys in the past but
there are so many I thought it might be faster and easier to ask.

That's an important command for people to know. I often wonder who is
speaking in a meeting if I don't know the people or don't know them well.

Gene
-----Original Message-----
From: Kimsan via groups.io
Sent: Tuesday, September 22, 2020 1:27 AM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

Or try ctrl 2.
I'm reading these from a list of commands posted on this list many moons
ago.

Kimsan Song
kimsansong@icloud.com
If you are into HipHop or R&B, I invite you to subscribe to my youtube
artist channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFzrNcgBfHguK-LnnJMMylA
Also, you may follow me on twitter:
https://twitter.com/kims4ns0ng

-----Original Message-----
From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of Gene
Sent: Monday, September 21, 2020 11:10 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

To clarify, because I want my whole message in the message body in case
someone doesn't pay attention to the subject line, is there any way to have
Zoom announce who is talking? I haven't found one and nothing in the
description of the NVDA add-on says the add-on provides this ability.

I don't use JAWS anymore, but it would still be good to know if it can do
this.

Gene
-----Original Message-----
From: Gene
Sent: Monday, September 21, 2020 10:52 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

Is there a way, either using JAWS or NVDA, to determine who is speaking? I
haven't seen any command to do so and when I've looked around the interface,
I see no way the screen-reader can tell you that.

Thanks for information.

Gene


Re: Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

Gene
 

No, but are you using control 2? That would be a most unlikely command for a screen-reader to use, particularly since it is used in some programs like Windows Media Player to change where you are in the program.

Gene

-----Original Message-----
From: Kimsan via groups.io
Sent: Tuesday, September 22, 2020 11:18 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

Gene, Using NVDA, which I presume you used, did you have to do a bypass
command, I did for jaws.
I ask that because lol, someone spoke today and by the time I issued those
two keystrokes, they finished talking and I didn't catch the name.

Kimsan Song
kimsansong@icloud.com
If you are into HipHop or R&B, I invite you to subscribe to my youtube
artist channel at
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFzrNcgBfHguK-LnnJMMylA
Also, you may follow me on twitter:
https://twitter.com/kims4ns0ng

-----Original Message-----
From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of Gene
Sent: Tuesday, September 22, 2020 8:31 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

The command is a Zoom command. it isn't a screen-reader command. A sighted
friend told me there is a visual way the program shows who is speaking.
Presumably, the underlying information the program uses for the visual
display is accessible to the screen-reader. The screen doesn't change
because sighted people already have the information. I assume the
screen-reader is made to speak by the program using whatever it uses to
force speech whenever an alert is spoken.

Gene
-----Original Message-----
From: Kimsan via groups.io
Sent: Tuesday, September 22, 2020 9:34 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

Gene,
I forgot to ask since I am still trying to determine if this key stroke is
screen reader exclusive.
I have no one to test it on using NVDA but when using it in a meeting
earlier today at work using jaws latest, I had to evoke the bypass key then
press CTRL 2.
My coworkers who do not use any screen reader, it didn't work. Then again,
why would it, they don't need to hear who is talking, I suppose as they can
probably tell in another way?

Kimsan Song
kimsansong@icloud.com
If you are into HipHop or R&B, I invite you to subscribe to my youtube
artist channel at
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFzrNcgBfHguK-LnnJMMylA
Also, you may follow me on twitter:
https://twitter.com/kims4ns0ng

-----Original Message-----
From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of Gene
Sent: Tuesday, September 22, 2020 1:20 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

Thanks to those who gave information. I tried control 2 in a test meeting
and it worked. I had looked at a list of shortcut keys in the past but
there are so many I thought it might be faster and easier to ask.

That's an important command for people to know. I often wonder who is
speaking in a meeting if I don't know the people or don't know them well.

Gene
-----Original Message-----
From: Kimsan via groups.io
Sent: Tuesday, September 22, 2020 1:27 AM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

Or try ctrl 2.
I'm reading these from a list of commands posted on this list many moons
ago.

Kimsan Song
kimsansong@icloud.com
If you are into HipHop or R&B, I invite you to subscribe to my youtube
artist channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFzrNcgBfHguK-LnnJMMylA
Also, you may follow me on twitter:
https://twitter.com/kims4ns0ng

-----Original Message-----
From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of Gene
Sent: Monday, September 21, 2020 11:10 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

To clarify, because I want my whole message in the message body in case
someone doesn't pay attention to the subject line, is there any way to have
Zoom announce who is talking? I haven't found one and nothing in the
description of the NVDA add-on says the add-on provides this ability.

I don't use JAWS anymore, but it would still be good to know if it can do
this.

Gene
-----Original Message-----
From: Gene
Sent: Monday, September 21, 2020 10:52 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

Is there a way, either using JAWS or NVDA, to determine who is speaking? I
haven't seen any command to do so and when I've looked around the interface,
I see no way the screen-reader can tell you that.

Thanks for information.

Gene


Re: Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

Kimsan
 

Gene, Using NVDA, which I presume you used, did you have to do a bypass
command, I did for jaws.
I ask that because lol, someone spoke today and by the time I issued those
two keystrokes, they finished talking and I didn't catch the name.

Kimsan Song
kimsansong@icloud.com
If you are into HipHop or R&B, I invite you to subscribe to my youtube
artist channel at
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFzrNcgBfHguK-LnnJMMylA
Also, you may follow me on twitter:
https://twitter.com/kims4ns0ng

-----Original Message-----
From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of Gene
Sent: Tuesday, September 22, 2020 8:31 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

The command is a Zoom command. it isn't a screen-reader command. A sighted
friend told me there is a visual way the program shows who is speaking.
Presumably, the underlying information the program uses for the visual
display is accessible to the screen-reader. The screen doesn't change
because sighted people already have the information. I assume the
screen-reader is made to speak by the program using whatever it uses to
force speech whenever an alert is spoken.

Gene
-----Original Message-----
From: Kimsan via groups.io
Sent: Tuesday, September 22, 2020 9:34 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

Gene,
I forgot to ask since I am still trying to determine if this key stroke is
screen reader exclusive.
I have no one to test it on using NVDA but when using it in a meeting
earlier today at work using jaws latest, I had to evoke the bypass key then
press CTRL 2.
My coworkers who do not use any screen reader, it didn't work. Then again,
why would it, they don't need to hear who is talking, I suppose as they can
probably tell in another way?

Kimsan Song
kimsansong@icloud.com
If you are into HipHop or R&B, I invite you to subscribe to my youtube
artist channel at
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFzrNcgBfHguK-LnnJMMylA
Also, you may follow me on twitter:
https://twitter.com/kims4ns0ng

-----Original Message-----
From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of Gene
Sent: Tuesday, September 22, 2020 1:20 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

Thanks to those who gave information. I tried control 2 in a test meeting
and it worked. I had looked at a list of shortcut keys in the past but
there are so many I thought it might be faster and easier to ask.

That's an important command for people to know. I often wonder who is
speaking in a meeting if I don't know the people or don't know them well.

Gene
-----Original Message-----
From: Kimsan via groups.io
Sent: Tuesday, September 22, 2020 1:27 AM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

Or try ctrl 2.
I'm reading these from a list of commands posted on this list many moons
ago.

Kimsan Song
kimsansong@icloud.com
If you are into HipHop or R&B, I invite you to subscribe to my youtube
artist channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFzrNcgBfHguK-LnnJMMylA
Also, you may follow me on twitter:
https://twitter.com/kims4ns0ng

-----Original Message-----
From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of Gene
Sent: Monday, September 21, 2020 11:10 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

To clarify, because I want my whole message in the message body in case
someone doesn't pay attention to the subject line, is there any way to have
Zoom announce who is talking? I haven't found one and nothing in the
description of the NVDA add-on says the add-on provides this ability.

I don't use JAWS anymore, but it would still be good to know if it can do
this.

Gene
-----Original Message-----
From: Gene
Sent: Monday, September 21, 2020 10:52 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

Is there a way, either using JAWS or NVDA, to determine who is speaking? I
haven't seen any command to do so and when I've looked around the interface,
I see no way the screen-reader can tell you that.

Thanks for information.

Gene


Re: Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

Gene
 

The command is a Zoom command. it isn't a screen-reader command. A sighted friend told me there is a visual way the program shows who is speaking. Presumably, the underlying information the program uses for the visual display is accessible to the screen-reader. The screen doesn't change because sighted people already have the information. I assume the screen-reader is made to speak by the program using whatever it uses to force speech whenever an alert is spoken.

Gene

-----Original Message-----
From: Kimsan via groups.io
Sent: Tuesday, September 22, 2020 9:34 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

Gene,
I forgot to ask since I am still trying to determine if this key stroke is
screen reader exclusive.
I have no one to test it on using NVDA but when using it in a meeting
earlier today at work using jaws latest, I had to evoke the bypass key then
press CTRL 2.
My coworkers who do not use any screen reader, it didn't work. Then again,
why would it, they don't need to hear who is talking, I suppose as they can
probably tell in another way?

Kimsan Song
kimsansong@icloud.com
If you are into HipHop or R&B, I invite you to subscribe to my youtube
artist channel at
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFzrNcgBfHguK-LnnJMMylA
Also, you may follow me on twitter:
https://twitter.com/kims4ns0ng

-----Original Message-----
From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of Gene
Sent: Tuesday, September 22, 2020 1:20 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

Thanks to those who gave information. I tried control 2 in a test meeting
and it worked. I had looked at a list of shortcut keys in the past but
there are so many I thought it might be faster and easier to ask.

That's an important command for people to know. I often wonder who is
speaking in a meeting if I don't know the people or don't know them well.

Gene
-----Original Message-----
From: Kimsan via groups.io
Sent: Tuesday, September 22, 2020 1:27 AM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

Or try ctrl 2.
I'm reading these from a list of commands posted on this list many moons
ago.

Kimsan Song
kimsansong@icloud.com
If you are into HipHop or R&B, I invite you to subscribe to my youtube
artist channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFzrNcgBfHguK-LnnJMMylA
Also, you may follow me on twitter:
https://twitter.com/kims4ns0ng

-----Original Message-----
From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of Gene
Sent: Monday, September 21, 2020 11:10 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

To clarify, because I want my whole message in the message body in case
someone doesn't pay attention to the subject line, is there any way to have
Zoom announce who is talking? I haven't found one and nothing in the
description of the NVDA add-on says the add-on provides this ability.

I don't use JAWS anymore, but it would still be good to know if it can do
this.

Gene
-----Original Message-----
From: Gene
Sent: Monday, September 21, 2020 10:52 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

Is there a way, either using JAWS or NVDA, to determine who is speaking? I
haven't seen any command to do so and when I've looked around the interface,
I see no way the screen-reader can tell you that.

Thanks for information.

Gene


Trimming youtube video

 

Hi all
Do you know any accessible way to trim video after uploading to youtube? This is a great feature, but screen reader user sounds not have the way to set the selection point for trimming unwanted part if they forgot to do that before uploading. I'm happy to recieve any help from you, either using Jaws, NVDA, or android device.
Any help would be appreciated.
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Re: Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

Kimsan
 

Gene,
I forgot to ask since I am still trying to determine if this key stroke is
screen reader exclusive.
I have no one to test it on using NVDA but when using it in a meeting
earlier today at work using jaws latest, I had to evoke the bypass key then
press CTRL 2.
My coworkers who do not use any screen reader, it didn't work. Then again,
why would it, they don't need to hear who is talking, I suppose as they can
probably tell in another way?

Kimsan Song
kimsansong@icloud.com
If you are into HipHop or R&B, I invite you to subscribe to my youtube
artist channel at
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFzrNcgBfHguK-LnnJMMylA
Also, you may follow me on twitter:
https://twitter.com/kims4ns0ng

-----Original Message-----
From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of Gene
Sent: Tuesday, September 22, 2020 1:20 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

Thanks to those who gave information. I tried control 2 in a test meeting
and it worked. I had looked at a list of shortcut keys in the past but
there are so many I thought it might be faster and easier to ask.

That's an important command for people to know. I often wonder who is
speaking in a meeting if I don't know the people or don't know them well.

Gene
-----Original Message-----
From: Kimsan via groups.io
Sent: Tuesday, September 22, 2020 1:27 AM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

Or try ctrl 2.
I'm reading these from a list of commands posted on this list many moons
ago.

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-----Original Message-----
From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of Gene
Sent: Monday, September 21, 2020 11:10 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

To clarify, because I want my whole message in the message body in case
someone doesn't pay attention to the subject line, is there any way to have
Zoom announce who is talking? I haven't found one and nothing in the
description of the NVDA add-on says the add-on provides this ability.

I don't use JAWS anymore, but it would still be good to know if it can do
this.

Gene
-----Original Message-----
From: Gene
Sent: Monday, September 21, 2020 10:52 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

Is there a way, either using JAWS or NVDA, to determine who is speaking? I
haven't seen any command to do so and when I've looked around the interface,
I see no way the screen-reader can tell you that.

Thanks for information.

Gene


Re: amazon prime video

Brian Vogel <britechguy@...>
 

She would have to install the Amazon Prime Video App and log in to it using the Prime Account.

It is impossible to briefly describe the search capabilities, video selection, and other aspects.  There are scads of tutorials on the Prime Video on the web.  Here is Amazon's own, and there are many others.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/video/splash/getTheApp/



--

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Always remember that computers are just glorified light bulbs - they rarely fail in continuous use and usually go pop when turned off and on.

        ~ Technician with the username Computer Bloke, on Technibble.com


amazon prime video

Troy Burnham
 

Hi all,

I recently signed up for amazon prime and my mom is interested in the videos that we get by being a prime member. She wants to watch these videos on her iPad so can anybody tell me how to do this? I know nothing about an iPad.

Thanks.

Troy


Re: Most accessible Voice Recorder App?

Abbie Taylor
 

On my BrailleNote Touch Plus, I use Mp3 Recorder. I think it has adds, but I rarely see them. In the past, I've used Easy Voice Recorder, which records in M4A format, but it's more cumbersome. I think it works better on my iPhone. I hope this is helpful. 
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Re: narrator keystrokes

Kimsan
 

Ok, so far to read the time, it’s the same as jaws but why does the links state narorator, CTRL plus d?

 

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From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of Kimsan via groups.io
Sent: Tuesday, September 22, 2020 12:33 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] narrator keystrokes

 

Thanks Mike,

I’m going to read the rest of this link, the second link in the email later today as I need to get to work in a few minutes.

However, 2 questions, standard and legacy. Is that the same as desktop vs sheesh, forgot the other term layout?

Also, what if one doesn’t have a numpad.

Thanks.

 

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From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of Mike B
Sent: Monday, September 21, 2020 8:44 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] narrator keystrokes

 

Here you go:

 

 

 


Narrator key
You can choose what modifier key you want to use in Narrator commands. Both the Caps lock and Insert keys serve as your Narrator key by default. You can
use either of these keys in any command that uses the Narrator key. The Narrator key is referred to as simply “Narrator” in commands. You can change your
Narrator key in Narrator settings.
Note: If you’re using a Japanese 106 keyboard, Insert and NonConvert are your default Narrator keys.
Narrator keyboard commands
-----
Narrator has two possible keyboard layouts:
Standard
 and
Legacy.
Commands for each are listed below.
Note: Scan mode commands are listed in
Chapter 3: Using scan mode.
Standard
 Standard keyboard layout
General commands
table with 2 columns and 18 rows
Press these keys
To do this
Windows + Ctrl + Enter
Start or stop Narrator
Narrator + Esc
Exit Narrator
Narrator + 1
Toggle input learning
Narrator + Right arrow
Move to next item
Narrator + Left arrow
Move to previous item
Narrator + Page up
Ctrl + Narrator + Up arrow
Narrator + Page down
Ctrl + Narrator + Down arrow
Change view
Narrator + F1
Show commands list
Narrator + F2
Show commands for current item
Narrator + Enter
Do primary action
Narrator + Ctrl + Enter
Toggle search mode
Narrator + F12
Read current time and date
Narrator + Ctrl + D
Describe image using an online service
Narrator + Alt + F
Provide Narrator feedback
Narrator + Z
Lock Narrator key
Narrator + Ctrl + F12
Toggle developer mode
Narrator + 3
Pass keys to application
Narrator + Alt + M
Toggle mouse mode
table end
Adjust speech
table with 2 columns and 12 rows
Press these keys
To do this
Ctrl + Narrator + Plus sign (+)
Ctrl + Narrator + Add (numeric keypad)
Increase voice volume
Ctrl + Narrator + Minus sign (-)
Ctrl + Narrator + Subtract (numeric keypad)
Decrease voice volume
Narrator + Plus sign (+)
Increase voice speed
Narrator + Minus sign (-)
Decrease voice speed
Alt + Narrator + Subtract (numeric keypad)
Alt + Narrator + Minus sign (-)
Alt + Narrator + Add (numeric keypad)
Alt + Narrator + Plus sign (+)
Change punctuation reading mode
Narrator + V
Increase verbosity mode
Shift + Narrator + V
Decrease verbosity mode
Narrator + 2
Toggle character reading
Narrator + Forward slash (/)
Read context
Alt + Narrator + Forward slash (/)
Set read context verbosity
Ctrl + Narrator + Forward slash (/)
Change read context order
table end
Read and work with text
table with 2 columns and 36 rows
Press these keys
To do this
Ctrl
Stop reading
Narrator + Tab
Narrator + 5 (numeric keypad)
Read item
Narrator + Tab twice quickly
Narrator + 5 twice quickly (numeric keypad)
Narrator + K twice quickly
Narrator + Ctrl + 5 twice quickly (numeric keypad)
Read item spelled out
Narrator + 0
Read item advanced
Narrator + T
Read window title
Narrator + W
Read window
Narrator + X
Repeat phrase
Narrator + R
Read from cursor
Ctrl + Narrator + R
Narrator + Down arrow
Start reading document
Narrator + C
Read document
Shift + Narrator + J
Narrator + Alt + Home
Read text from start to cursor
Ctrl + Narrator + U
Read previous page
Ctrl + Narrator + I
Read current page
Ctrl + Narrator + O
Read next page
Ctrl + Narrator + J
Read previous paragraph
Ctrl + Narrator + K
Read current paragraph
Ctrl + Narrator + L
Read next paragraph
Narrator + Ctrl + M
Read previous sentence
Narrator + Ctrl + comma (,)
Read current sentence
Narrator + Ctrl + period (.)
Read next sentence
Narrator + U
Read previous line
Narrator + I
Narrator + Up arrow
Read current line
Narrator + O
Read next line
Narrator + J
Ctrl + Narrator + Left arrow
Read previous word
Narrator + K
Ctrl + Narrator + 5 (numeric keypad)
Read current word
Narrator + L
Ctrl + Narrator + Right arrow
Read next word
Narrator + M
Read previous character
Narrator + Comma (,)
5 (numeric keypad)
Read current character
Narrator + Period (.)
Read next character
Narrator + F
Read next group of formatting information
Shift + Narrator + F
Read previous group of formatting information
Narrator + B
Ctrl + Narrator + Home
Move to beginning of text
Narrator + E
Ctrl + Narrator + End
Move to end of text
Narrator + Shift + Down arrow
Read selection
Narrator + Shift + Down arrow twice quickly
Spell selection
table end
Navigate tables
table with 2 columns and 14 rows
Press these keys
To do this
Ctrl + Alt + Home
Jump to first cell in table
Ctrl + Alt + End
Jump to last cell in table
Ctrl + Alt + Right arrow
Jump to next cell in row
Ctrl + Alt + Left arrow
Jump to previous cell in row
Ctrl + Alt + Down arrow
Jump to next cell in column
Ctrl + Alt + Up arrow
Jump to previous cell in column
Ctrl + Shift + Alt + Left arrow
Read current row header
Ctrl + Shift + Alt + Up arrow
Read current column header
Ctrl + Shift + Alt + Right arrow
Read current row
Ctrl + Shift + Alt + Down arrow
Read current column
Ctrl + Shift + Alt + Forward slash (/)
Ctrl + Shift + Alt + 5 (numeric keypad)
Read which row and column Narrator is in
Ctrl + Alt + Page up
Jump to table cell
Ctrl + Alt + Page down
Jump to cell contents
table end
Narrator focus commands
table with 2 columns and 19 rows
Press these keys
To do this
Narrator + Home
Move to first item in window
Narrator + End
Move to last item in window
Narrator + Backspace
Go back one item
Narrator + N
Move to main landmark
Narrator + Open square bracket ([)
Narrator + Subtract (numeric keypad)
Move Narrator cursor to system cursor
Narrator + Single quote (')
Narrator + Add (numeric keypad)
Set focus to item
Narrator + A
Jump to linked item
Shift + Narrator + A
Jump to annotated content
Alt + Narrator + Up arrow
Navigate to parent (when structural navigation is provided)
Alt + Narrator + Right arrow
Navigate to next sibling (when structural navigation is provided)
Alt + Narrator + Left arrow
Navigate to previous sibling (when structural navigation is provided)
Alt + Narrator + Down arrow
Navigate to first child (when structural navigation is provided)
Narrator + F7
List of links
Narrator + F5
List of landmarks
Narrator + F6
List of headings
Narrator + Ctrl + F
Narrator Find
Narrator + F3
Continue Find forward
Narrator + Shift + F3
Continue Find backward
table end
Numeric keypad commands
table with 2 columns and 24 rows
Press these keys
To do this
Narrator + Home
Move to first item in window
Narrator + End
Move to last item in window
Narrator + Alt + Home
Read text from start to cursor
Ctrl + Narrator + Home
Move to beginning of text
Ctrl + Narrator + End
Move to end of text
Narrator + Left arrow
Move to previous item
Narrator + Right arrow
Move to next item
Narrator + 5 (numeric keypad)
Read item
Narrator + 5 twice quickly (numeric keypad)
Narrator + Ctrl + 5 twice quickly (numeric keypad)
Read item spelled out
Narrator + Up arrow
Read current line
Narrator + Down arrow
Start reading document
Ctrl + Narrator + Left arrow
Read previous word
Ctrl + Narrator + 5 (numeric keypad)
Read current word
Ctrl + Narrator + Right arrow
Read next word
5 (numeric keypad)
Read current character
Narrator + Page up
Ctrl + Narrator + Up arrow
Change view
Narrator + Subtract (numeric keypad)
Move Narrator cursor to system cursor
Narrator + Add (numeric keypad)
Set focus to item
Ctrl + Narrator + Add (numeric keypad)
Increase voice volume
Ctrl + Narrator + Subtract (numeric keypad)
Decrease voice volume
Alt + Narrator + Add
Alt + Narrator + Subtract
Change punctuation reading mode
Narrator + Enter
Do primary action
Narrator + Shift + Enter
Toggle search mode
table end

 

Narrator key
You can choose what modifier key you want to use in Narrator commands. Both the Caps lock and Insert keys serve as your Narrator key by default. You can
use either of these keys in any command that uses the Narrator key. The Narrator key is referred to as simply “Narrator” in commands. You can change your
Narrator key in Narrator settings.
Note: If you’re using a Japanese 106 keyboard, Insert and NonConvert are your default Narrator keys.
Narrator keyboard commands
-----
Narrator has two possible keyboard layouts:
Standard
 and
Legacy.
Commands for each are listed below.
Note: Scan mode commands are listed in
Chapter 3: Using scan mode.
Standard
 Standard keyboard layout
General commands
table with 2 columns and 18 rows
Press these keys
To do this
Windows + Ctrl + Enter
Start or stop Narrator
Narrator + Esc
Exit Narrator
Narrator + 1
Toggle input learning
Narrator + Right arrow
Move to next item
Narrator + Left arrow
Move to previous item
Narrator + Page up
Ctrl + Narrator + Up arrow
Narrator + Page down
Ctrl + Narrator + Down arrow
Change view
Narrator + F1
Show commands list
Narrator + F2
Show commands for current item
Narrator + Enter
Do primary action
Narrator + Ctrl + Enter
Toggle search mode
Narrator + F12
Read current time and date
Narrator + Ctrl + D
Describe image using an online service
Narrator + Alt + F
Provide Narrator feedback
Narrator + Z
Lock Narrator key
Narrator + Ctrl + F12
Toggle developer mode
Narrator + 3
Pass keys to application
Narrator + Alt + M
Toggle mouse mode
table end
Adjust speech
table with 2 columns and 12 rows
Press these keys
To do this
Ctrl + Narrator + Plus sign (+)
Ctrl + Narrator + Add (numeric keypad)
Increase voice volume
Ctrl + Narrator + Minus sign (-)
Ctrl + Narrator + Subtract (numeric keypad)
Decrease voice volume
Narrator + Plus sign (+)
Increase voice speed
Narrator + Minus sign (-)
Decrease voice speed
Alt + Narrator + Subtract (numeric keypad)
Alt + Narrator + Minus sign (-)
Alt + Narrator + Add (numeric keypad)
Alt + Narrator + Plus sign (+)
Change punctuation reading mode
Narrator + V
Increase verbosity mode
Shift + Narrator + V
Decrease verbosity mode
Narrator + 2
Toggle character reading
Narrator + Forward slash (/)
Read context
Alt + Narrator + Forward slash (/)
Set read context verbosity
Ctrl + Narrator + Forward slash (/)
Change read context order
table end
Read and work with text
table with 2 columns and 36 rows
Press these keys
To do this
Ctrl
Stop reading
Narrator + Tab
Narrator + 5 (numeric keypad)
Read item
Narrator + Tab twice quickly
Narrator + 5 twice quickly (numeric keypad)
Narrator + K twice quickly
Narrator + Ctrl + 5 twice quickly (numeric keypad)
Read item spelled out
Narrator + 0
Read item advanced
Narrator + T
Read window title
Narrator + W
Read window
Narrator + X
Repeat phrase
Narrator + R
Read from cursor
Ctrl + Narrator + R
Narrator + Down arrow
Start reading document
Narrator + C
Read document
Shift + Narrator + J
Narrator + Alt + Home
Read text from start to cursor
Ctrl + Narrator + U
Read previous page
Ctrl + Narrator + I
Read current page
Ctrl + Narrator + O
Read next page
Ctrl + Narrator + J
Read previous paragraph
Ctrl + Narrator + K
Read current paragraph
Ctrl + Narrator + L
Read next paragraph
Narrator + Ctrl + M
Read previous sentence
Narrator + Ctrl + comma (,)
Read current sentence
Narrator + Ctrl + period (.)
Read next sentence
Narrator + U
Read previous line
Narrator + I
Narrator + Up arrow
Read current line
Narrator + O
Read next line
Narrator + J
Ctrl + Narrator + Left arrow
Read previous word
Narrator + K
Ctrl + Narrator + 5 (numeric keypad)
Read current word
Narrator + L
Ctrl + Narrator + Right arrow
Read next word
Narrator + M
Read previous character
Narrator + Comma (,)
5 (numeric keypad)
Read current character
Narrator + Period (.)
Read next character
Narrator + F
Read next group of formatting information
Shift + Narrator + F
Read previous group of formatting information
Narrator + B
Ctrl + Narrator + Home
Move to beginning of text
Narrator + E
Ctrl + Narrator + End
Move to end of text
Narrator + Shift + Down arrow
Read selection
Narrator + Shift + Down arrow twice quickly
Spell selection
table end
Navigate tables
table with 2 columns and 14 rows
Press these keys
To do this
Ctrl + Alt + Home
Jump to first cell in table
Ctrl + Alt + End
Jump to last cell in table
Ctrl + Alt + Right arrow
Jump to next cell in row
Ctrl + Alt + Left arrow
Jump to previous cell in row
Ctrl + Alt + Down arrow
Jump to next cell in column
Ctrl + Alt + Up arrow
Jump to previous cell in column
Ctrl + Shift + Alt + Left arrow
Read current row header
Ctrl + Shift + Alt + Up arrow
Read current column header
Ctrl + Shift + Alt + Right arrow
Read current row
Ctrl + Shift + Alt + Down arrow
Read current column
Ctrl + Shift + Alt + Forward slash (/)
Ctrl + Shift + Alt + 5 (numeric keypad)
Read which row and column Narrator is in
Ctrl + Alt + Page up
Jump to table cell
Ctrl + Alt + Page down
Jump to cell contents
table end
Narrator focus commands
table with 2 columns and 19 rows
Press these keys
To do this
Narrator + Home
Move to first item in window
Narrator + End
Move to last item in window
Narrator + Backspace
Go back one item
Narrator + N
Move to main landmark
Narrator + Open square bracket ([)
Narrator + Subtract (numeric keypad)
Move Narrator cursor to system cursor
Narrator + Single quote (')
Narrator + Add (numeric keypad)
Set focus to item
Narrator + A
Jump to linked item
Shift + Narrator + A
Jump to annotated content
Alt + Narrator + Up arrow
Navigate to parent (when structural navigation is provided)
Alt + Narrator + Right arrow
Navigate to next sibling (when structural navigation is provided)
Alt + Narrator + Left arrow
Navigate to previous sibling (when structural navigation is provided)
Alt + Narrator + Down arrow
Navigate to first child (when structural navigation is provided)
Narrator + F7
List of links
Narrator + F5
List of landmarks
Narrator + F6
List of headings
Narrator + Ctrl + F
Narrator Find
Narrator + F3
Continue Find forward
Narrator + Shift + F3
Continue Find backward
table end
Numeric keypad commands
table with 2 columns and 24 rows
Press these keys
To do this
Narrator + Home
Move to first item in window
Narrator + End
Move to last item in window
Narrator + Alt + Home
Read text from start to cursor
Ctrl + Narrator + Home
Move to beginning of text
Ctrl + Narrator + End
Move to end of text
Narrator + Left arrow
Move to previous item
Narrator + Right arrow
Move to next item
Narrator + 5 (numeric keypad)
Read item
Narrator + 5 twice quickly (numeric keypad)
Narrator + Ctrl + 5 twice quickly (numeric keypad)
Read item spelled out
Narrator + Up arrow
Read current line
Narrator + Down arrow
Start reading document
Ctrl + Narrator + Left arrow
Read previous word
Ctrl + Narrator + 5 (numeric keypad)
Read current word
Ctrl + Narrator + Right arrow
Read next word
5 (numeric keypad)
Read current character
Narrator + Page up
Ctrl + Narrator + Up arrow
Change view
Narrator + Subtract (numeric keypad)
Move Narrator cursor to system cursor
Narrator + Add (numeric keypad)
Set focus to item
Ctrl + Narrator + Add (numeric keypad)
Increase voice volume
Ctrl + Narrator + Subtract (numeric keypad)
Decrease voice volume
Alt + Narrator + Add
Alt + Narrator + Subtract
Change punctuation reading mode
Narrator + Enter
Do primary action
Narrator + Shift + Enter
Toggle search mode
table end

 

 


Take care and stay safe.  Mike.  Sent from my iBarstool.  Go dodgers!

----- Original Message -----

Sent: Monday, September 21, 2020 8:31 PM

Subject: [TechTalk] narrator keystrokes

 

Hi,

Does anyone have a list of the latest, or all keystrokes that can be used for narrator?

Thank you,

 

Kimsan Song

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Re: narrator keystrokes

Kimsan
 

Guys, I need help. I cannot seem to find the keystroke to have narorator read the date and time. The notes I have state narorator/CRTL/d. That doesn’t work.

Thanks for any help.

 

Kimsan Song

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From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of Kimsan via groups.io
Sent: Tuesday, September 22, 2020 12:33 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] narrator keystrokes

 

Thanks Mike,

I’m going to read the rest of this link, the second link in the email later today as I need to get to work in a few minutes.

However, 2 questions, standard and legacy. Is that the same as desktop vs sheesh, forgot the other term layout?

Also, what if one doesn’t have a numpad.

Thanks.

 

Kimsan Song

kimsansong@...

If you are into HipHop or R&B, I invite you to subscribe to my youtube artist channel at

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFzrNcgBfHguK-LnnJMMylA

Also, you may follow me on twitter:

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From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of Mike B
Sent: Monday, September 21, 2020 8:44 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] narrator keystrokes

 

Here you go:

 

 

 


Narrator key
You can choose what modifier key you want to use in Narrator commands. Both the Caps lock and Insert keys serve as your Narrator key by default. You can
use either of these keys in any command that uses the Narrator key. The Narrator key is referred to as simply “Narrator” in commands. You can change your
Narrator key in Narrator settings.
Note: If you’re using a Japanese 106 keyboard, Insert and NonConvert are your default Narrator keys.
Narrator keyboard commands
-----
Narrator has two possible keyboard layouts:
Standard
 and
Legacy.
Commands for each are listed below.
Note: Scan mode commands are listed in
Chapter 3: Using scan mode.
Standard
 Standard keyboard layout
General commands
table with 2 columns and 18 rows
Press these keys
To do this
Windows + Ctrl + Enter
Start or stop Narrator
Narrator + Esc
Exit Narrator
Narrator + 1
Toggle input learning
Narrator + Right arrow
Move to next item
Narrator + Left arrow
Move to previous item
Narrator + Page up
Ctrl + Narrator + Up arrow
Narrator + Page down
Ctrl + Narrator + Down arrow
Change view
Narrator + F1
Show commands list
Narrator + F2
Show commands for current item
Narrator + Enter
Do primary action
Narrator + Ctrl + Enter
Toggle search mode
Narrator + F12
Read current time and date
Narrator + Ctrl + D
Describe image using an online service
Narrator + Alt + F
Provide Narrator feedback
Narrator + Z
Lock Narrator key
Narrator + Ctrl + F12
Toggle developer mode
Narrator + 3
Pass keys to application
Narrator + Alt + M
Toggle mouse mode
table end
Adjust speech
table with 2 columns and 12 rows
Press these keys
To do this
Ctrl + Narrator + Plus sign (+)
Ctrl + Narrator + Add (numeric keypad)
Increase voice volume
Ctrl + Narrator + Minus sign (-)
Ctrl + Narrator + Subtract (numeric keypad)
Decrease voice volume
Narrator + Plus sign (+)
Increase voice speed
Narrator + Minus sign (-)
Decrease voice speed
Alt + Narrator + Subtract (numeric keypad)
Alt + Narrator + Minus sign (-)
Alt + Narrator + Add (numeric keypad)
Alt + Narrator + Plus sign (+)
Change punctuation reading mode
Narrator + V
Increase verbosity mode
Shift + Narrator + V
Decrease verbosity mode
Narrator + 2
Toggle character reading
Narrator + Forward slash (/)
Read context
Alt + Narrator + Forward slash (/)
Set read context verbosity
Ctrl + Narrator + Forward slash (/)
Change read context order
table end
Read and work with text
table with 2 columns and 36 rows
Press these keys
To do this
Ctrl
Stop reading
Narrator + Tab
Narrator + 5 (numeric keypad)
Read item
Narrator + Tab twice quickly
Narrator + 5 twice quickly (numeric keypad)
Narrator + K twice quickly
Narrator + Ctrl + 5 twice quickly (numeric keypad)
Read item spelled out
Narrator + 0
Read item advanced
Narrator + T
Read window title
Narrator + W
Read window
Narrator + X
Repeat phrase
Narrator + R
Read from cursor
Ctrl + Narrator + R
Narrator + Down arrow
Start reading document
Narrator + C
Read document
Shift + Narrator + J
Narrator + Alt + Home
Read text from start to cursor
Ctrl + Narrator + U
Read previous page
Ctrl + Narrator + I
Read current page
Ctrl + Narrator + O
Read next page
Ctrl + Narrator + J
Read previous paragraph
Ctrl + Narrator + K
Read current paragraph
Ctrl + Narrator + L
Read next paragraph
Narrator + Ctrl + M
Read previous sentence
Narrator + Ctrl + comma (,)
Read current sentence
Narrator + Ctrl + period (.)
Read next sentence
Narrator + U
Read previous line
Narrator + I
Narrator + Up arrow
Read current line
Narrator + O
Read next line
Narrator + J
Ctrl + Narrator + Left arrow
Read previous word
Narrator + K
Ctrl + Narrator + 5 (numeric keypad)
Read current word
Narrator + L
Ctrl + Narrator + Right arrow
Read next word
Narrator + M
Read previous character
Narrator + Comma (,)
5 (numeric keypad)
Read current character
Narrator + Period (.)
Read next character
Narrator + F
Read next group of formatting information
Shift + Narrator + F
Read previous group of formatting information
Narrator + B
Ctrl + Narrator + Home
Move to beginning of text
Narrator + E
Ctrl + Narrator + End
Move to end of text
Narrator + Shift + Down arrow
Read selection
Narrator + Shift + Down arrow twice quickly
Spell selection
table end
Navigate tables
table with 2 columns and 14 rows
Press these keys
To do this
Ctrl + Alt + Home
Jump to first cell in table
Ctrl + Alt + End
Jump to last cell in table
Ctrl + Alt + Right arrow
Jump to next cell in row
Ctrl + Alt + Left arrow
Jump to previous cell in row
Ctrl + Alt + Down arrow
Jump to next cell in column
Ctrl + Alt + Up arrow
Jump to previous cell in column
Ctrl + Shift + Alt + Left arrow
Read current row header
Ctrl + Shift + Alt + Up arrow
Read current column header
Ctrl + Shift + Alt + Right arrow
Read current row
Ctrl + Shift + Alt + Down arrow
Read current column
Ctrl + Shift + Alt + Forward slash (/)
Ctrl + Shift + Alt + 5 (numeric keypad)
Read which row and column Narrator is in
Ctrl + Alt + Page up
Jump to table cell
Ctrl + Alt + Page down
Jump to cell contents
table end
Narrator focus commands
table with 2 columns and 19 rows
Press these keys
To do this
Narrator + Home
Move to first item in window
Narrator + End
Move to last item in window
Narrator + Backspace
Go back one item
Narrator + N
Move to main landmark
Narrator + Open square bracket ([)
Narrator + Subtract (numeric keypad)
Move Narrator cursor to system cursor
Narrator + Single quote (')
Narrator + Add (numeric keypad)
Set focus to item
Narrator + A
Jump to linked item
Shift + Narrator + A
Jump to annotated content
Alt + Narrator + Up arrow
Navigate to parent (when structural navigation is provided)
Alt + Narrator + Right arrow
Navigate to next sibling (when structural navigation is provided)
Alt + Narrator + Left arrow
Navigate to previous sibling (when structural navigation is provided)
Alt + Narrator + Down arrow
Navigate to first child (when structural navigation is provided)
Narrator + F7
List of links
Narrator + F5
List of landmarks
Narrator + F6
List of headings
Narrator + Ctrl + F
Narrator Find
Narrator + F3
Continue Find forward
Narrator + Shift + F3
Continue Find backward
table end
Numeric keypad commands
table with 2 columns and 24 rows
Press these keys
To do this
Narrator + Home
Move to first item in window
Narrator + End
Move to last item in window
Narrator + Alt + Home
Read text from start to cursor
Ctrl + Narrator + Home
Move to beginning of text
Ctrl + Narrator + End
Move to end of text
Narrator + Left arrow
Move to previous item
Narrator + Right arrow
Move to next item
Narrator + 5 (numeric keypad)
Read item
Narrator + 5 twice quickly (numeric keypad)
Narrator + Ctrl + 5 twice quickly (numeric keypad)
Read item spelled out
Narrator + Up arrow
Read current line
Narrator + Down arrow
Start reading document
Ctrl + Narrator + Left arrow
Read previous word
Ctrl + Narrator + 5 (numeric keypad)
Read current word
Ctrl + Narrator + Right arrow
Read next word
5 (numeric keypad)
Read current character
Narrator + Page up
Ctrl + Narrator + Up arrow
Change view
Narrator + Subtract (numeric keypad)
Move Narrator cursor to system cursor
Narrator + Add (numeric keypad)
Set focus to item
Ctrl + Narrator + Add (numeric keypad)
Increase voice volume
Ctrl + Narrator + Subtract (numeric keypad)
Decrease voice volume
Alt + Narrator + Add
Alt + Narrator + Subtract
Change punctuation reading mode
Narrator + Enter
Do primary action
Narrator + Shift + Enter
Toggle search mode
table end

 

Narrator key
You can choose what modifier key you want to use in Narrator commands. Both the Caps lock and Insert keys serve as your Narrator key by default. You can
use either of these keys in any command that uses the Narrator key. The Narrator key is referred to as simply “Narrator” in commands. You can change your
Narrator key in Narrator settings.
Note: If you’re using a Japanese 106 keyboard, Insert and NonConvert are your default Narrator keys.
Narrator keyboard commands
-----
Narrator has two possible keyboard layouts:
Standard
 and
Legacy.
Commands for each are listed below.
Note: Scan mode commands are listed in
Chapter 3: Using scan mode.
Standard
 Standard keyboard layout
General commands
table with 2 columns and 18 rows
Press these keys
To do this
Windows + Ctrl + Enter
Start or stop Narrator
Narrator + Esc
Exit Narrator
Narrator + 1
Toggle input learning
Narrator + Right arrow
Move to next item
Narrator + Left arrow
Move to previous item
Narrator + Page up
Ctrl + Narrator + Up arrow
Narrator + Page down
Ctrl + Narrator + Down arrow
Change view
Narrator + F1
Show commands list
Narrator + F2
Show commands for current item
Narrator + Enter
Do primary action
Narrator + Ctrl + Enter
Toggle search mode
Narrator + F12
Read current time and date
Narrator + Ctrl + D
Describe image using an online service
Narrator + Alt + F
Provide Narrator feedback
Narrator + Z
Lock Narrator key
Narrator + Ctrl + F12
Toggle developer mode
Narrator + 3
Pass keys to application
Narrator + Alt + M
Toggle mouse mode
table end
Adjust speech
table with 2 columns and 12 rows
Press these keys
To do this
Ctrl + Narrator + Plus sign (+)
Ctrl + Narrator + Add (numeric keypad)
Increase voice volume
Ctrl + Narrator + Minus sign (-)
Ctrl + Narrator + Subtract (numeric keypad)
Decrease voice volume
Narrator + Plus sign (+)
Increase voice speed
Narrator + Minus sign (-)
Decrease voice speed
Alt + Narrator + Subtract (numeric keypad)
Alt + Narrator + Minus sign (-)
Alt + Narrator + Add (numeric keypad)
Alt + Narrator + Plus sign (+)
Change punctuation reading mode
Narrator + V
Increase verbosity mode
Shift + Narrator + V
Decrease verbosity mode
Narrator + 2
Toggle character reading
Narrator + Forward slash (/)
Read context
Alt + Narrator + Forward slash (/)
Set read context verbosity
Ctrl + Narrator + Forward slash (/)
Change read context order
table end
Read and work with text
table with 2 columns and 36 rows
Press these keys
To do this
Ctrl
Stop reading
Narrator + Tab
Narrator + 5 (numeric keypad)
Read item
Narrator + Tab twice quickly
Narrator + 5 twice quickly (numeric keypad)
Narrator + K twice quickly
Narrator + Ctrl + 5 twice quickly (numeric keypad)
Read item spelled out
Narrator + 0
Read item advanced
Narrator + T
Read window title
Narrator + W
Read window
Narrator + X
Repeat phrase
Narrator + R
Read from cursor
Ctrl + Narrator + R
Narrator + Down arrow
Start reading document
Narrator + C
Read document
Shift + Narrator + J
Narrator + Alt + Home
Read text from start to cursor
Ctrl + Narrator + U
Read previous page
Ctrl + Narrator + I
Read current page
Ctrl + Narrator + O
Read next page
Ctrl + Narrator + J
Read previous paragraph
Ctrl + Narrator + K
Read current paragraph
Ctrl + Narrator + L
Read next paragraph
Narrator + Ctrl + M
Read previous sentence
Narrator + Ctrl + comma (,)
Read current sentence
Narrator + Ctrl + period (.)
Read next sentence
Narrator + U
Read previous line
Narrator + I
Narrator + Up arrow
Read current line
Narrator + O
Read next line
Narrator + J
Ctrl + Narrator + Left arrow
Read previous word
Narrator + K
Ctrl + Narrator + 5 (numeric keypad)
Read current word
Narrator + L
Ctrl + Narrator + Right arrow
Read next word
Narrator + M
Read previous character
Narrator + Comma (,)
5 (numeric keypad)
Read current character
Narrator + Period (.)
Read next character
Narrator + F
Read next group of formatting information
Shift + Narrator + F
Read previous group of formatting information
Narrator + B
Ctrl + Narrator + Home
Move to beginning of text
Narrator + E
Ctrl + Narrator + End
Move to end of text
Narrator + Shift + Down arrow
Read selection
Narrator + Shift + Down arrow twice quickly
Spell selection
table end
Navigate tables
table with 2 columns and 14 rows
Press these keys
To do this
Ctrl + Alt + Home
Jump to first cell in table
Ctrl + Alt + End
Jump to last cell in table
Ctrl + Alt + Right arrow
Jump to next cell in row
Ctrl + Alt + Left arrow
Jump to previous cell in row
Ctrl + Alt + Down arrow
Jump to next cell in column
Ctrl + Alt + Up arrow
Jump to previous cell in column
Ctrl + Shift + Alt + Left arrow
Read current row header
Ctrl + Shift + Alt + Up arrow
Read current column header
Ctrl + Shift + Alt + Right arrow
Read current row
Ctrl + Shift + Alt + Down arrow
Read current column
Ctrl + Shift + Alt + Forward slash (/)
Ctrl + Shift + Alt + 5 (numeric keypad)
Read which row and column Narrator is in
Ctrl + Alt + Page up
Jump to table cell
Ctrl + Alt + Page down
Jump to cell contents
table end
Narrator focus commands
table with 2 columns and 19 rows
Press these keys
To do this
Narrator + Home
Move to first item in window
Narrator + End
Move to last item in window
Narrator + Backspace
Go back one item
Narrator + N
Move to main landmark
Narrator + Open square bracket ([)
Narrator + Subtract (numeric keypad)
Move Narrator cursor to system cursor
Narrator + Single quote (')
Narrator + Add (numeric keypad)
Set focus to item
Narrator + A
Jump to linked item
Shift + Narrator + A
Jump to annotated content
Alt + Narrator + Up arrow
Navigate to parent (when structural navigation is provided)
Alt + Narrator + Right arrow
Navigate to next sibling (when structural navigation is provided)
Alt + Narrator + Left arrow
Navigate to previous sibling (when structural navigation is provided)
Alt + Narrator + Down arrow
Navigate to first child (when structural navigation is provided)
Narrator + F7
List of links
Narrator + F5
List of landmarks
Narrator + F6
List of headings
Narrator + Ctrl + F
Narrator Find
Narrator + F3
Continue Find forward
Narrator + Shift + F3
Continue Find backward
table end
Numeric keypad commands
table with 2 columns and 24 rows
Press these keys
To do this
Narrator + Home
Move to first item in window
Narrator + End
Move to last item in window
Narrator + Alt + Home
Read text from start to cursor
Ctrl + Narrator + Home
Move to beginning of text
Ctrl + Narrator + End
Move to end of text
Narrator + Left arrow
Move to previous item
Narrator + Right arrow
Move to next item
Narrator + 5 (numeric keypad)
Read item
Narrator + 5 twice quickly (numeric keypad)
Narrator + Ctrl + 5 twice quickly (numeric keypad)
Read item spelled out
Narrator + Up arrow
Read current line
Narrator + Down arrow
Start reading document
Ctrl + Narrator + Left arrow
Read previous word
Ctrl + Narrator + 5 (numeric keypad)
Read current word
Ctrl + Narrator + Right arrow
Read next word
5 (numeric keypad)
Read current character
Narrator + Page up
Ctrl + Narrator + Up arrow
Change view
Narrator + Subtract (numeric keypad)
Move Narrator cursor to system cursor
Narrator + Add (numeric keypad)
Set focus to item
Ctrl + Narrator + Add (numeric keypad)
Increase voice volume
Ctrl + Narrator + Subtract (numeric keypad)
Decrease voice volume
Alt + Narrator + Add
Alt + Narrator + Subtract
Change punctuation reading mode
Narrator + Enter
Do primary action
Narrator + Shift + Enter
Toggle search mode
table end

 

 


Take care and stay safe.  Mike.  Sent from my iBarstool.  Go dodgers!

----- Original Message -----

Sent: Monday, September 21, 2020 8:31 PM

Subject: [TechTalk] narrator keystrokes

 

Hi,

Does anyone have a list of the latest, or all keystrokes that can be used for narrator?

Thank you,

 

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Re: narrator keystrokes

Mike B.
 

No standard is current and legacy is the old Narrator.

Take care and stay safe.  Mike.  Sent from my iBarstool.  Go dodgers!

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Tuesday, September 22, 2020 12:32 PM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] narrator keystrokes

Thanks Mike,

I’m going to read the rest of this link, the second link in the email later today as I need to get to work in a few minutes.

However, 2 questions, standard and legacy. Is that the same as desktop vs sheesh, forgot the other term layout?

Also, what if one doesn’t have a numpad.

Thanks.

 

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From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of Mike B
Sent: Monday, September 21, 2020 8:44 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] narrator keystrokes

 

Here you go:

 

 

 


Narrator key
You can choose what modifier key you want to use in Narrator commands. Both the Caps lock and Insert keys serve as your Narrator key by default. You can
use either of these keys in any command that uses the Narrator key. The Narrator key is referred to as simply “Narrator” in commands. You can change your
Narrator key in Narrator settings.
Note: If you’re using a Japanese 106 keyboard, Insert and NonConvert are your default Narrator keys.
Narrator keyboard commands
-----
Narrator has two possible keyboard layouts:
Standard
 and
Legacy.
Commands for each are listed below.
Note: Scan mode commands are listed in
Chapter 3: Using scan mode.
Standard
 Standard keyboard layout
General commands
table with 2 columns and 18 rows
Press these keys
To do this
Windows + Ctrl + Enter
Start or stop Narrator
Narrator + Esc
Exit Narrator
Narrator + 1
Toggle input learning
Narrator + Right arrow
Move to next item
Narrator + Left arrow
Move to previous item
Narrator + Page up
Ctrl + Narrator + Up arrow
Narrator + Page down
Ctrl + Narrator + Down arrow
Change view
Narrator + F1
Show commands list
Narrator + F2
Show commands for current item
Narrator + Enter
Do primary action
Narrator + Ctrl + Enter
Toggle search mode
Narrator + F12
Read current time and date
Narrator + Ctrl + D
Describe image using an online service
Narrator + Alt + F
Provide Narrator feedback
Narrator + Z
Lock Narrator key
Narrator + Ctrl + F12
Toggle developer mode
Narrator + 3
Pass keys to application
Narrator + Alt + M
Toggle mouse mode
table end
Adjust speech
table with 2 columns and 12 rows
Press these keys
To do this
Ctrl + Narrator + Plus sign (+)
Ctrl + Narrator + Add (numeric keypad)
Increase voice volume
Ctrl + Narrator + Minus sign (-)
Ctrl + Narrator + Subtract (numeric keypad)
Decrease voice volume
Narrator + Plus sign (+)
Increase voice speed
Narrator + Minus sign (-)
Decrease voice speed
Alt + Narrator + Subtract (numeric keypad)
Alt + Narrator + Minus sign (-)
Alt + Narrator + Add (numeric keypad)
Alt + Narrator + Plus sign (+)
Change punctuation reading mode
Narrator + V
Increase verbosity mode
Shift + Narrator + V
Decrease verbosity mode
Narrator + 2
Toggle character reading
Narrator + Forward slash (/)
Read context
Alt + Narrator + Forward slash (/)
Set read context verbosity
Ctrl + Narrator + Forward slash (/)
Change read context order
table end
Read and work with text
table with 2 columns and 36 rows
Press these keys
To do this
Ctrl
Stop reading
Narrator + Tab
Narrator + 5 (numeric keypad)
Read item
Narrator + Tab twice quickly
Narrator + 5 twice quickly (numeric keypad)
Narrator + K twice quickly
Narrator + Ctrl + 5 twice quickly (numeric keypad)
Read item spelled out
Narrator + 0
Read item advanced
Narrator + T
Read window title
Narrator + W
Read window
Narrator + X
Repeat phrase
Narrator + R
Read from cursor
Ctrl + Narrator + R
Narrator + Down arrow
Start reading document
Narrator + C
Read document
Shift + Narrator + J
Narrator + Alt + Home
Read text from start to cursor
Ctrl + Narrator + U
Read previous page
Ctrl + Narrator + I
Read current page
Ctrl + Narrator + O
Read next page
Ctrl + Narrator + J
Read previous paragraph
Ctrl + Narrator + K
Read current paragraph
Ctrl + Narrator + L
Read next paragraph
Narrator + Ctrl + M
Read previous sentence
Narrator + Ctrl + comma (,)
Read current sentence
Narrator + Ctrl + period (.)
Read next sentence
Narrator + U
Read previous line
Narrator + I
Narrator + Up arrow
Read current line
Narrator + O
Read next line
Narrator + J
Ctrl + Narrator + Left arrow
Read previous word
Narrator + K
Ctrl + Narrator + 5 (numeric keypad)
Read current word
Narrator + L
Ctrl + Narrator + Right arrow
Read next word
Narrator + M
Read previous character
Narrator + Comma (,)
5 (numeric keypad)
Read current character
Narrator + Period (.)
Read next character
Narrator + F
Read next group of formatting information
Shift + Narrator + F
Read previous group of formatting information
Narrator + B
Ctrl + Narrator + Home
Move to beginning of text
Narrator + E
Ctrl + Narrator + End
Move to end of text
Narrator + Shift + Down arrow
Read selection
Narrator + Shift + Down arrow twice quickly
Spell selection
table end
Navigate tables
table with 2 columns and 14 rows
Press these keys
To do this
Ctrl + Alt + Home
Jump to first cell in table
Ctrl + Alt + End
Jump to last cell in table
Ctrl + Alt + Right arrow
Jump to next cell in row
Ctrl + Alt + Left arrow
Jump to previous cell in row
Ctrl + Alt + Down arrow
Jump to next cell in column
Ctrl + Alt + Up arrow
Jump to previous cell in column
Ctrl + Shift + Alt + Left arrow
Read current row header
Ctrl + Shift + Alt + Up arrow
Read current column header
Ctrl + Shift + Alt + Right arrow
Read current row
Ctrl + Shift + Alt + Down arrow
Read current column
Ctrl + Shift + Alt + Forward slash (/)
Ctrl + Shift + Alt + 5 (numeric keypad)
Read which row and column Narrator is in
Ctrl + Alt + Page up
Jump to table cell
Ctrl + Alt + Page down
Jump to cell contents
table end
Narrator focus commands
table with 2 columns and 19 rows
Press these keys
To do this
Narrator + Home
Move to first item in window
Narrator + End
Move to last item in window
Narrator + Backspace
Go back one item
Narrator + N
Move to main landmark
Narrator + Open square bracket ([)
Narrator + Subtract (numeric keypad)
Move Narrator cursor to system cursor
Narrator + Single quote (')
Narrator + Add (numeric keypad)
Set focus to item
Narrator + A
Jump to linked item
Shift + Narrator + A
Jump to annotated content
Alt + Narrator + Up arrow
Navigate to parent (when structural navigation is provided)
Alt + Narrator + Right arrow
Navigate to next sibling (when structural navigation is provided)
Alt + Narrator + Left arrow
Navigate to previous sibling (when structural navigation is provided)
Alt + Narrator + Down arrow
Navigate to first child (when structural navigation is provided)
Narrator + F7
List of links
Narrator + F5
List of landmarks
Narrator + F6
List of headings
Narrator + Ctrl + F
Narrator Find
Narrator + F3
Continue Find forward
Narrator + Shift + F3
Continue Find backward
table end
Numeric keypad commands
table with 2 columns and 24 rows
Press these keys
To do this
Narrator + Home
Move to first item in window
Narrator + End
Move to last item in window
Narrator + Alt + Home
Read text from start to cursor
Ctrl + Narrator + Home
Move to beginning of text
Ctrl + Narrator + End
Move to end of text
Narrator + Left arrow
Move to previous item
Narrator + Right arrow
Move to next item
Narrator + 5 (numeric keypad)
Read item
Narrator + 5 twice quickly (numeric keypad)
Narrator + Ctrl + 5 twice quickly (numeric keypad)
Read item spelled out
Narrator + Up arrow
Read current line
Narrator + Down arrow
Start reading document
Ctrl + Narrator + Left arrow
Read previous word
Ctrl + Narrator + 5 (numeric keypad)
Read current word
Ctrl + Narrator + Right arrow
Read next word
5 (numeric keypad)
Read current character
Narrator + Page up
Ctrl + Narrator + Up arrow
Change view
Narrator + Subtract (numeric keypad)
Move Narrator cursor to system cursor
Narrator + Add (numeric keypad)
Set focus to item
Ctrl + Narrator + Add (numeric keypad)
Increase voice volume
Ctrl + Narrator + Subtract (numeric keypad)
Decrease voice volume
Alt + Narrator + Add
Alt + Narrator + Subtract
Change punctuation reading mode
Narrator + Enter
Do primary action
Narrator + Shift + Enter
Toggle search mode
table end

 

Narrator key
You can choose what modifier key you want to use in Narrator commands. Both the Caps lock and Insert keys serve as your Narrator key by default. You can
use either of these keys in any command that uses the Narrator key. The Narrator key is referred to as simply “Narrator” in commands. You can change your
Narrator key in Narrator settings.
Note: If you’re using a Japanese 106 keyboard, Insert and NonConvert are your default Narrator keys.
Narrator keyboard commands
-----
Narrator has two possible keyboard layouts:
Standard
 and
Legacy.
Commands for each are listed below.
Note: Scan mode commands are listed in
Chapter 3: Using scan mode.
Standard
 Standard keyboard layout
General commands
table with 2 columns and 18 rows
Press these keys
To do this
Windows + Ctrl + Enter
Start or stop Narrator
Narrator + Esc
Exit Narrator
Narrator + 1
Toggle input learning
Narrator + Right arrow
Move to next item
Narrator + Left arrow
Move to previous item
Narrator + Page up
Ctrl + Narrator + Up arrow
Narrator + Page down
Ctrl + Narrator + Down arrow
Change view
Narrator + F1
Show commands list
Narrator + F2
Show commands for current item
Narrator + Enter
Do primary action
Narrator + Ctrl + Enter
Toggle search mode
Narrator + F12
Read current time and date
Narrator + Ctrl + D
Describe image using an online service
Narrator + Alt + F
Provide Narrator feedback
Narrator + Z
Lock Narrator key
Narrator + Ctrl + F12
Toggle developer mode
Narrator + 3
Pass keys to application
Narrator + Alt + M
Toggle mouse mode
table end
Adjust speech
table with 2 columns and 12 rows
Press these keys
To do this
Ctrl + Narrator + Plus sign (+)
Ctrl + Narrator + Add (numeric keypad)
Increase voice volume
Ctrl + Narrator + Minus sign (-)
Ctrl + Narrator + Subtract (numeric keypad)
Decrease voice volume
Narrator + Plus sign (+)
Increase voice speed
Narrator + Minus sign (-)
Decrease voice speed
Alt + Narrator + Subtract (numeric keypad)
Alt + Narrator + Minus sign (-)
Alt + Narrator + Add (numeric keypad)
Alt + Narrator + Plus sign (+)
Change punctuation reading mode
Narrator + V
Increase verbosity mode
Shift + Narrator + V
Decrease verbosity mode
Narrator + 2
Toggle character reading
Narrator + Forward slash (/)
Read context
Alt + Narrator + Forward slash (/)
Set read context verbosity
Ctrl + Narrator + Forward slash (/)
Change read context order
table end
Read and work with text
table with 2 columns and 36 rows
Press these keys
To do this
Ctrl
Stop reading
Narrator + Tab
Narrator + 5 (numeric keypad)
Read item
Narrator + Tab twice quickly
Narrator + 5 twice quickly (numeric keypad)
Narrator + K twice quickly
Narrator + Ctrl + 5 twice quickly (numeric keypad)
Read item spelled out
Narrator + 0
Read item advanced
Narrator + T
Read window title
Narrator + W
Read window
Narrator + X
Repeat phrase
Narrator + R
Read from cursor
Ctrl + Narrator + R
Narrator + Down arrow
Start reading document
Narrator + C
Read document
Shift + Narrator + J
Narrator + Alt + Home
Read text from start to cursor
Ctrl + Narrator + U
Read previous page
Ctrl + Narrator + I
Read current page
Ctrl + Narrator + O
Read next page
Ctrl + Narrator + J
Read previous paragraph
Ctrl + Narrator + K
Read current paragraph
Ctrl + Narrator + L
Read next paragraph
Narrator + Ctrl + M
Read previous sentence
Narrator + Ctrl + comma (,)
Read current sentence
Narrator + Ctrl + period (.)
Read next sentence
Narrator + U
Read previous line
Narrator + I
Narrator + Up arrow
Read current line
Narrator + O
Read next line
Narrator + J
Ctrl + Narrator + Left arrow
Read previous word
Narrator + K
Ctrl + Narrator + 5 (numeric keypad)
Read current word
Narrator + L
Ctrl + Narrator + Right arrow
Read next word
Narrator + M
Read previous character
Narrator + Comma (,)
5 (numeric keypad)
Read current character
Narrator + Period (.)
Read next character
Narrator + F
Read next group of formatting information
Shift + Narrator + F
Read previous group of formatting information
Narrator + B
Ctrl + Narrator + Home
Move to beginning of text
Narrator + E
Ctrl + Narrator + End
Move to end of text
Narrator + Shift + Down arrow
Read selection
Narrator + Shift + Down arrow twice quickly
Spell selection
table end
Navigate tables
table with 2 columns and 14 rows
Press these keys
To do this
Ctrl + Alt + Home
Jump to first cell in table
Ctrl + Alt + End
Jump to last cell in table
Ctrl + Alt + Right arrow
Jump to next cell in row
Ctrl + Alt + Left arrow
Jump to previous cell in row
Ctrl + Alt + Down arrow
Jump to next cell in column
Ctrl + Alt + Up arrow
Jump to previous cell in column
Ctrl + Shift + Alt + Left arrow
Read current row header
Ctrl + Shift + Alt + Up arrow
Read current column header
Ctrl + Shift + Alt + Right arrow
Read current row
Ctrl + Shift + Alt + Down arrow
Read current column
Ctrl + Shift + Alt + Forward slash (/)
Ctrl + Shift + Alt + 5 (numeric keypad)
Read which row and column Narrator is in
Ctrl + Alt + Page up
Jump to table cell
Ctrl + Alt + Page down
Jump to cell contents
table end
Narrator focus commands
table with 2 columns and 19 rows
Press these keys
To do this
Narrator + Home
Move to first item in window
Narrator + End
Move to last item in window
Narrator + Backspace
Go back one item
Narrator + N
Move to main landmark
Narrator + Open square bracket ([)
Narrator + Subtract (numeric keypad)
Move Narrator cursor to system cursor
Narrator + Single quote (')
Narrator + Add (numeric keypad)
Set focus to item
Narrator + A
Jump to linked item
Shift + Narrator + A
Jump to annotated content
Alt + Narrator + Up arrow
Navigate to parent (when structural navigation is provided)
Alt + Narrator + Right arrow
Navigate to next sibling (when structural navigation is provided)
Alt + Narrator + Left arrow
Navigate to previous sibling (when structural navigation is provided)
Alt + Narrator + Down arrow
Navigate to first child (when structural navigation is provided)
Narrator + F7
List of links
Narrator + F5
List of landmarks
Narrator + F6
List of headings
Narrator + Ctrl + F
Narrator Find
Narrator + F3
Continue Find forward
Narrator + Shift + F3
Continue Find backward
table end
Numeric keypad commands
table with 2 columns and 24 rows
Press these keys
To do this
Narrator + Home
Move to first item in window
Narrator + End
Move to last item in window
Narrator + Alt + Home
Read text from start to cursor
Ctrl + Narrator + Home
Move to beginning of text
Ctrl + Narrator + End
Move to end of text
Narrator + Left arrow
Move to previous item
Narrator + Right arrow
Move to next item
Narrator + 5 (numeric keypad)
Read item
Narrator + 5 twice quickly (numeric keypad)
Narrator + Ctrl + 5 twice quickly (numeric keypad)
Read item spelled out
Narrator + Up arrow
Read current line
Narrator + Down arrow
Start reading document
Ctrl + Narrator + Left arrow
Read previous word
Ctrl + Narrator + 5 (numeric keypad)
Read current word
Ctrl + Narrator + Right arrow
Read next word
5 (numeric keypad)
Read current character
Narrator + Page up
Ctrl + Narrator + Up arrow
Change view
Narrator + Subtract (numeric keypad)
Move Narrator cursor to system cursor
Narrator + Add (numeric keypad)
Set focus to item
Ctrl + Narrator + Add (numeric keypad)
Increase voice volume
Ctrl + Narrator + Subtract (numeric keypad)
Decrease voice volume
Alt + Narrator + Add
Alt + Narrator + Subtract
Change punctuation reading mode
Narrator + Enter
Do primary action
Narrator + Shift + Enter
Toggle search mode
table end

 

 


Take care and stay safe.  Mike.  Sent from my iBarstool.  Go dodgers!

----- Original Message -----

Sent: Monday, September 21, 2020 8:31 PM

Subject: [TechTalk] narrator keystrokes

 

Hi,

Does anyone have a list of the latest, or all keystrokes that can be used for narrator?

Thank you,

 

Kimsan Song

kimsansong@...

If you are into HipHop or R&B, I invite you to subscribe to my youtube artist channel at

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Re: Chirp books

Gene
 

It isn't free. I haven't compared prices between Chirp and Audible or other services. But you can compare prices if you go to
https://www.chirpbooks.com/
and look at prices.

One thing that might be of considerable interest is that many books are offered for a limited time at very inexpensive prices. I haven't paid a lot of attention to the discounts but I looked enough to see that they are significant.

Gene

-----Original Message-----
From: Troy Burnham
Sent: Tuesday, September 22, 2020 3:38 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: [TechTalk] Chirp books

Hi all,

I think I saw a thread recently on this list about Chirp but I wasn't
interested then so I didn't read it.

Are all Chirp downloads free, and if so how do you listen to the book
once it's downloaded?

My mom is the one who is interested, and she'll be listening and I
assume also downloading on her iPad. I'm not at all familiar with how an
iPad works though so if we have to do anything at all please give very
explicit instructions.

Thanks.

Troy


Chirp books

Troy Burnham
 

Hi all,

I think I saw a thread recently on this list about Chirp but I wasn't interested then so I didn't read it.

Are all Chirp downloads free, and if so how do you listen to the book once it's downloaded?

My mom is the one who is interested, and she'll be listening and I assume also downloading on her iPad. I'm not at all familiar with how an iPad works though so if we have to do anything at all please give very explicit instructions.

Thanks.

Troy


Re: Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

Gene
 

Thanks to those who gave information. I tried control 2 in a test meeting and it worked. I had looked at a list of shortcut keys in the past but there are so many I thought it might be faster and easier to ask.

That's an important command for people to know. I often wonder who is speaking in a meeting if I don't know the people or don't know them well.

Gene

-----Original Message-----
From: Kimsan via groups.io
Sent: Tuesday, September 22, 2020 1:27 AM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

Or try ctrl 2.
I'm reading these from a list of commands posted on this list many moons
ago.

Kimsan Song
kimsansong@icloud.com
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-----Original Message-----
From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of Gene
Sent: Monday, September 21, 2020 11:10 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

To clarify, because I want my whole message in the message body in case
someone doesn't pay attention to the subject line, is there any way to have
Zoom announce who is talking? I haven't found one and nothing in the
description of the NVDA add-on says the add-on provides this ability.

I don't use JAWS anymore, but it would still be good to know if it can do
this.

Gene
-----Original Message-----
From: Gene
Sent: Monday, September 21, 2020 10:52 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Is there a way to determine who is talking in Zoom?

Is there a way, either using JAWS or NVDA, to determine who is speaking? I
haven't seen any command to do so and when I've looked around the interface,
I see no way the screen-reader can tell you that.

Thanks for information.

Gene


Re: Accessibility Apps

Sharon Hooley
 

The Applevis website has a list of apps that were developed specifically for blind and visually impaired users.  Here's the link:

https://www.applevis.com/apps/ios/apps-for-blind-or-low-vision-users

Is it hard to communicate, even with hearing aids?  Visit
www.CochlearAmericas.com

On Sep 21, 2020, at 3:34 PM, Carrie Morales <carrie@...> wrote:



Hey All,

Wondering what apps you all use that help for accessibility aside from Seeing AI, Cash Reader, Be My Eyes, and Aira.

Thanks!

 

 

Carrie Morales

Live Accessible

Website | YouTube | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter

 

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Re: narrator keystrokes

Kimsan
 

Thanks Mike,

I’m going to read the rest of this link, the second link in the email later today as I need to get to work in a few minutes.

However, 2 questions, standard and legacy. Is that the same as desktop vs sheesh, forgot the other term layout?

Also, what if one doesn’t have a numpad.

Thanks.

 

Kimsan Song

kimsansong@...

If you are into HipHop or R&B, I invite you to subscribe to my youtube artist channel at

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFzrNcgBfHguK-LnnJMMylA

Also, you may follow me on twitter:

https://twitter.com/kims4ns0ng

 

From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of Mike B
Sent: Monday, September 21, 2020 8:44 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] narrator keystrokes

 

Here you go:

 

 

 


Narrator key
You can choose what modifier key you want to use in Narrator commands. Both the Caps lock and Insert keys serve as your Narrator key by default. You can
use either of these keys in any command that uses the Narrator key. The Narrator key is referred to as simply “Narrator” in commands. You can change your
Narrator key in Narrator settings.
Note: If you’re using a Japanese 106 keyboard, Insert and NonConvert are your default Narrator keys.
Narrator keyboard commands
-----
Narrator has two possible keyboard layouts:
Standard
 and
Legacy.
Commands for each are listed below.
Note: Scan mode commands are listed in
Chapter 3: Using scan mode.
Standard
 Standard keyboard layout
General commands
table with 2 columns and 18 rows
Press these keys
To do this
Windows + Ctrl + Enter
Start or stop Narrator
Narrator + Esc
Exit Narrator
Narrator + 1
Toggle input learning
Narrator + Right arrow
Move to next item
Narrator + Left arrow
Move to previous item
Narrator + Page up
Ctrl + Narrator + Up arrow
Narrator + Page down
Ctrl + Narrator + Down arrow
Change view
Narrator + F1
Show commands list
Narrator + F2
Show commands for current item
Narrator + Enter
Do primary action
Narrator + Ctrl + Enter
Toggle search mode
Narrator + F12
Read current time and date
Narrator + Ctrl + D
Describe image using an online service
Narrator + Alt + F
Provide Narrator feedback
Narrator + Z
Lock Narrator key
Narrator + Ctrl + F12
Toggle developer mode
Narrator + 3
Pass keys to application
Narrator + Alt + M
Toggle mouse mode
table end
Adjust speech
table with 2 columns and 12 rows
Press these keys
To do this
Ctrl + Narrator + Plus sign (+)
Ctrl + Narrator + Add (numeric keypad)
Increase voice volume
Ctrl + Narrator + Minus sign (-)
Ctrl + Narrator + Subtract (numeric keypad)
Decrease voice volume
Narrator + Plus sign (+)
Increase voice speed
Narrator + Minus sign (-)
Decrease voice speed
Alt + Narrator + Subtract (numeric keypad)
Alt + Narrator + Minus sign (-)
Alt + Narrator + Add (numeric keypad)
Alt + Narrator + Plus sign (+)
Change punctuation reading mode
Narrator + V
Increase verbosity mode
Shift + Narrator + V
Decrease verbosity mode
Narrator + 2
Toggle character reading
Narrator + Forward slash (/)
Read context
Alt + Narrator + Forward slash (/)
Set read context verbosity
Ctrl + Narrator + Forward slash (/)
Change read context order
table end
Read and work with text
table with 2 columns and 36 rows
Press these keys
To do this
Ctrl
Stop reading
Narrator + Tab
Narrator + 5 (numeric keypad)
Read item
Narrator + Tab twice quickly
Narrator + 5 twice quickly (numeric keypad)
Narrator + K twice quickly
Narrator + Ctrl + 5 twice quickly (numeric keypad)
Read item spelled out
Narrator + 0
Read item advanced
Narrator + T
Read window title
Narrator + W
Read window
Narrator + X
Repeat phrase
Narrator + R
Read from cursor
Ctrl + Narrator + R
Narrator + Down arrow
Start reading document
Narrator + C
Read document
Shift + Narrator + J
Narrator + Alt + Home
Read text from start to cursor
Ctrl + Narrator + U
Read previous page
Ctrl + Narrator + I
Read current page
Ctrl + Narrator + O
Read next page
Ctrl + Narrator + J
Read previous paragraph
Ctrl + Narrator + K
Read current paragraph
Ctrl + Narrator + L
Read next paragraph
Narrator + Ctrl + M
Read previous sentence
Narrator + Ctrl + comma (,)
Read current sentence
Narrator + Ctrl + period (.)
Read next sentence
Narrator + U
Read previous line
Narrator + I
Narrator + Up arrow
Read current line
Narrator + O
Read next line
Narrator + J
Ctrl + Narrator + Left arrow
Read previous word
Narrator + K
Ctrl + Narrator + 5 (numeric keypad)
Read current word
Narrator + L
Ctrl + Narrator + Right arrow
Read next word
Narrator + M
Read previous character
Narrator + Comma (,)
5 (numeric keypad)
Read current character
Narrator + Period (.)
Read next character
Narrator + F
Read next group of formatting information
Shift + Narrator + F
Read previous group of formatting information
Narrator + B
Ctrl + Narrator + Home
Move to beginning of text
Narrator + E
Ctrl + Narrator + End
Move to end of text
Narrator + Shift + Down arrow
Read selection
Narrator + Shift + Down arrow twice quickly
Spell selection
table end
Navigate tables
table with 2 columns and 14 rows
Press these keys
To do this
Ctrl + Alt + Home
Jump to first cell in table
Ctrl + Alt + End
Jump to last cell in table
Ctrl + Alt + Right arrow
Jump to next cell in row
Ctrl + Alt + Left arrow
Jump to previous cell in row
Ctrl + Alt + Down arrow
Jump to next cell in column
Ctrl + Alt + Up arrow
Jump to previous cell in column
Ctrl + Shift + Alt + Left arrow
Read current row header
Ctrl + Shift + Alt + Up arrow
Read current column header
Ctrl + Shift + Alt + Right arrow
Read current row
Ctrl + Shift + Alt + Down arrow
Read current column
Ctrl + Shift + Alt + Forward slash (/)
Ctrl + Shift + Alt + 5 (numeric keypad)
Read which row and column Narrator is in
Ctrl + Alt + Page up
Jump to table cell
Ctrl + Alt + Page down
Jump to cell contents
table end
Narrator focus commands
table with 2 columns and 19 rows
Press these keys
To do this
Narrator + Home
Move to first item in window
Narrator + End
Move to last item in window
Narrator + Backspace
Go back one item
Narrator + N
Move to main landmark
Narrator + Open square bracket ([)
Narrator + Subtract (numeric keypad)
Move Narrator cursor to system cursor
Narrator + Single quote (')
Narrator + Add (numeric keypad)
Set focus to item
Narrator + A
Jump to linked item
Shift + Narrator + A
Jump to annotated content
Alt + Narrator + Up arrow
Navigate to parent (when structural navigation is provided)
Alt + Narrator + Right arrow
Navigate to next sibling (when structural navigation is provided)
Alt + Narrator + Left arrow
Navigate to previous sibling (when structural navigation is provided)
Alt + Narrator + Down arrow
Navigate to first child (when structural navigation is provided)
Narrator + F7
List of links
Narrator + F5
List of landmarks
Narrator + F6
List of headings
Narrator + Ctrl + F
Narrator Find
Narrator + F3
Continue Find forward
Narrator + Shift + F3
Continue Find backward
table end
Numeric keypad commands
table with 2 columns and 24 rows
Press these keys
To do this
Narrator + Home
Move to first item in window
Narrator + End
Move to last item in window
Narrator + Alt + Home
Read text from start to cursor
Ctrl + Narrator + Home
Move to beginning of text
Ctrl + Narrator + End
Move to end of text
Narrator + Left arrow
Move to previous item
Narrator + Right arrow
Move to next item
Narrator + 5 (numeric keypad)
Read item
Narrator + 5 twice quickly (numeric keypad)
Narrator + Ctrl + 5 twice quickly (numeric keypad)
Read item spelled out
Narrator + Up arrow
Read current line
Narrator + Down arrow
Start reading document
Ctrl + Narrator + Left arrow
Read previous word
Ctrl + Narrator + 5 (numeric keypad)
Read current word
Ctrl + Narrator + Right arrow
Read next word
5 (numeric keypad)
Read current character
Narrator + Page up
Ctrl + Narrator + Up arrow
Change view
Narrator + Subtract (numeric keypad)
Move Narrator cursor to system cursor
Narrator + Add (numeric keypad)
Set focus to item
Ctrl + Narrator + Add (numeric keypad)
Increase voice volume
Ctrl + Narrator + Subtract (numeric keypad)
Decrease voice volume
Alt + Narrator + Add
Alt + Narrator + Subtract
Change punctuation reading mode
Narrator + Enter
Do primary action
Narrator + Shift + Enter
Toggle search mode
table end

 

Narrator key
You can choose what modifier key you want to use in Narrator commands. Both the Caps lock and Insert keys serve as your Narrator key by default. You can
use either of these keys in any command that uses the Narrator key. The Narrator key is referred to as simply “Narrator” in commands. You can change your
Narrator key in Narrator settings.
Note: If you’re using a Japanese 106 keyboard, Insert and NonConvert are your default Narrator keys.
Narrator keyboard commands
-----
Narrator has two possible keyboard layouts:
Standard
 and
Legacy.
Commands for each are listed below.
Note: Scan mode commands are listed in
Chapter 3: Using scan mode.
Standard
 Standard keyboard layout
General commands
table with 2 columns and 18 rows
Press these keys
To do this
Windows + Ctrl + Enter
Start or stop Narrator
Narrator + Esc
Exit Narrator
Narrator + 1
Toggle input learning
Narrator + Right arrow
Move to next item
Narrator + Left arrow
Move to previous item
Narrator + Page up
Ctrl + Narrator + Up arrow
Narrator + Page down
Ctrl + Narrator + Down arrow
Change view
Narrator + F1
Show commands list
Narrator + F2
Show commands for current item
Narrator + Enter
Do primary action
Narrator + Ctrl + Enter
Toggle search mode
Narrator + F12
Read current time and date
Narrator + Ctrl + D
Describe image using an online service
Narrator + Alt + F
Provide Narrator feedback
Narrator + Z
Lock Narrator key
Narrator + Ctrl + F12
Toggle developer mode
Narrator + 3
Pass keys to application
Narrator + Alt + M
Toggle mouse mode
table end
Adjust speech
table with 2 columns and 12 rows
Press these keys
To do this
Ctrl + Narrator + Plus sign (+)
Ctrl + Narrator + Add (numeric keypad)
Increase voice volume
Ctrl + Narrator + Minus sign (-)
Ctrl + Narrator + Subtract (numeric keypad)
Decrease voice volume
Narrator + Plus sign (+)
Increase voice speed
Narrator + Minus sign (-)
Decrease voice speed
Alt + Narrator + Subtract (numeric keypad)
Alt + Narrator + Minus sign (-)
Alt + Narrator + Add (numeric keypad)
Alt + Narrator + Plus sign (+)
Change punctuation reading mode
Narrator + V
Increase verbosity mode
Shift + Narrator + V
Decrease verbosity mode
Narrator + 2
Toggle character reading
Narrator + Forward slash (/)
Read context
Alt + Narrator + Forward slash (/)
Set read context verbosity
Ctrl + Narrator + Forward slash (/)
Change read context order
table end
Read and work with text
table with 2 columns and 36 rows
Press these keys
To do this
Ctrl
Stop reading
Narrator + Tab
Narrator + 5 (numeric keypad)
Read item
Narrator + Tab twice quickly
Narrator + 5 twice quickly (numeric keypad)
Narrator + K twice quickly
Narrator + Ctrl + 5 twice quickly (numeric keypad)
Read item spelled out
Narrator + 0
Read item advanced
Narrator + T
Read window title
Narrator + W
Read window
Narrator + X
Repeat phrase
Narrator + R
Read from cursor
Ctrl + Narrator + R
Narrator + Down arrow
Start reading document
Narrator + C
Read document
Shift + Narrator + J
Narrator + Alt + Home
Read text from start to cursor
Ctrl + Narrator + U
Read previous page
Ctrl + Narrator + I
Read current page
Ctrl + Narrator + O
Read next page
Ctrl + Narrator + J
Read previous paragraph
Ctrl + Narrator + K
Read current paragraph
Ctrl + Narrator + L
Read next paragraph
Narrator + Ctrl + M
Read previous sentence
Narrator + Ctrl + comma (,)
Read current sentence
Narrator + Ctrl + period (.)
Read next sentence
Narrator + U
Read previous line
Narrator + I
Narrator + Up arrow
Read current line
Narrator + O
Read next line
Narrator + J
Ctrl + Narrator + Left arrow
Read previous word
Narrator + K
Ctrl + Narrator + 5 (numeric keypad)
Read current word
Narrator + L
Ctrl + Narrator + Right arrow
Read next word
Narrator + M
Read previous character
Narrator + Comma (,)
5 (numeric keypad)
Read current character
Narrator + Period (.)
Read next character
Narrator + F
Read next group of formatting information
Shift + Narrator + F
Read previous group of formatting information
Narrator + B
Ctrl + Narrator + Home
Move to beginning of text
Narrator + E
Ctrl + Narrator + End
Move to end of text
Narrator + Shift + Down arrow
Read selection
Narrator + Shift + Down arrow twice quickly
Spell selection
table end
Navigate tables
table with 2 columns and 14 rows
Press these keys
To do this
Ctrl + Alt + Home
Jump to first cell in table
Ctrl + Alt + End
Jump to last cell in table
Ctrl + Alt + Right arrow
Jump to next cell in row
Ctrl + Alt + Left arrow
Jump to previous cell in row
Ctrl + Alt + Down arrow
Jump to next cell in column
Ctrl + Alt + Up arrow
Jump to previous cell in column
Ctrl + Shift + Alt + Left arrow
Read current row header
Ctrl + Shift + Alt + Up arrow
Read current column header
Ctrl + Shift + Alt + Right arrow
Read current row
Ctrl + Shift + Alt + Down arrow
Read current column
Ctrl + Shift + Alt + Forward slash (/)
Ctrl + Shift + Alt + 5 (numeric keypad)
Read which row and column Narrator is in
Ctrl + Alt + Page up
Jump to table cell
Ctrl + Alt + Page down
Jump to cell contents
table end
Narrator focus commands
table with 2 columns and 19 rows
Press these keys
To do this
Narrator + Home
Move to first item in window
Narrator + End
Move to last item in window
Narrator + Backspace
Go back one item
Narrator + N
Move to main landmark
Narrator + Open square bracket ([)
Narrator + Subtract (numeric keypad)
Move Narrator cursor to system cursor
Narrator + Single quote (')
Narrator + Add (numeric keypad)
Set focus to item
Narrator + A
Jump to linked item
Shift + Narrator + A
Jump to annotated content
Alt + Narrator + Up arrow
Navigate to parent (when structural navigation is provided)
Alt + Narrator + Right arrow
Navigate to next sibling (when structural navigation is provided)
Alt + Narrator + Left arrow
Navigate to previous sibling (when structural navigation is provided)
Alt + Narrator + Down arrow
Navigate to first child (when structural navigation is provided)
Narrator + F7
List of links
Narrator + F5
List of landmarks
Narrator + F6
List of headings
Narrator + Ctrl + F
Narrator Find
Narrator + F3
Continue Find forward
Narrator + Shift + F3
Continue Find backward
table end
Numeric keypad commands
table with 2 columns and 24 rows
Press these keys
To do this
Narrator + Home
Move to first item in window
Narrator + End
Move to last item in window
Narrator + Alt + Home
Read text from start to cursor
Ctrl + Narrator + Home
Move to beginning of text
Ctrl + Narrator + End
Move to end of text
Narrator + Left arrow
Move to previous item
Narrator + Right arrow
Move to next item
Narrator + 5 (numeric keypad)
Read item
Narrator + 5 twice quickly (numeric keypad)
Narrator + Ctrl + 5 twice quickly (numeric keypad)
Read item spelled out
Narrator + Up arrow
Read current line
Narrator + Down arrow
Start reading document
Ctrl + Narrator + Left arrow
Read previous word
Ctrl + Narrator + 5 (numeric keypad)
Read current word
Ctrl + Narrator + Right arrow
Read next word
5 (numeric keypad)
Read current character
Narrator + Page up
Ctrl + Narrator + Up arrow
Change view
Narrator + Subtract (numeric keypad)
Move Narrator cursor to system cursor
Narrator + Add (numeric keypad)
Set focus to item
Ctrl + Narrator + Add (numeric keypad)
Increase voice volume
Ctrl + Narrator + Subtract (numeric keypad)
Decrease voice volume
Alt + Narrator + Add
Alt + Narrator + Subtract
Change punctuation reading mode
Narrator + Enter
Do primary action
Narrator + Shift + Enter
Toggle search mode
table end

 

 


Take care and stay safe.  Mike.  Sent from my iBarstool.  Go dodgers!

----- Original Message -----

Sent: Monday, September 21, 2020 8:31 PM

Subject: [TechTalk] narrator keystrokes

 

Hi,

Does anyone have a list of the latest, or all keystrokes that can be used for narrator?

Thank you,

 

Kimsan Song

kimsansong@...

If you are into HipHop or R&B, I invite you to subscribe to my youtube artist channel at

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFzrNcgBfHguK-LnnJMMylA

Also, you may follow me on twitter:

https://twitter.com/kims4ns0ng

 


Re: Most accessible Voice Recorder App?

Olusegun -- Victory Associates LTD, Inc.
 

Sis Carrie asked:

"What's the most accessible Android voice recorder app that has NO ads."

Hmm, dear sis; what sort of recording at you seeking to do? Example, are
you thinking of recording phone conversations or just plain voice and memo
recordings? Are you looking for a PAID APP or a free one?

See how troublesome I am? You asked one question, I came back with a
thousand! Well, that's what this brat child does to his sisters! With that
I'll run away and wait for your answers. Take care, regards to all, God
bless!!

Sincerely,
Olusegun
Denver, Colorado

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