Re: [libreoffice-accessibility] Display bindings
No, there is no bug--either in NVDA or LibreOffice
In NVDA 2014.4 open the Preferences --> Object presentation dialog, and
check on the "Report object shortcut keys"
The majority of menu items have "accelerators" aka "short-cut keys"
assigned. They are all exposed to Assistive Technology, and will sound when
NVDA is configured correctly.
Buttons on Toolbars without established "accelerators" smust be navigated
with functions keys, but each will sound.
Toolbar navigation is a series of <F10> to move to the main toolbar, then
<F6> or <Shift><F6> to cycle onto each toolbar in sequence. <CTL><F6>
returns focus and cursor to the open document.
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