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I'd like to know if, with orca or nvda, ins-f1 can be useful. It seems it displays a description of the item where is the focus. But is any assistive technology able to read this info? How could we have a similar capability? If I remember correctly, on Word, when we did ins-f1, then arrow keys, then Enter, it displayed the description. Is that a similar thing here?



Jean-Philippe MENGUAL

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