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I am not using the current still release but am using 4.4.0 fresh (haven't installed 4.4.1 yet.) With this version, I am unable to duplicate the issues you're experiencing regarding selecting lines of text in Writer. I am able to hear text which is being selected as I use shift down-arrow and even shift-ctrl-down arrow when I select by paragraphs. I am using NVDA 2015.1. Would you consider installing the 4.4 release?

On 3/3/2015 1:01 AM, Edward Green wrote:

I recently installed the latest still release of Libre office on a machine running Windows 7.

When I’m in the word processor, I am not hearing text read to me when I select by line using shift 
+up or down arrows.  I have tried this with both JAWS 16 and NVDA 2015.1.  I do hear text spoken 
when I select words or characters with shift left/arrow and shift control left/right arrow for the 
paragraph I am currently in, but hear nothing when I move out of that paragraph.

I have ticked the assistive technology option in tools/options/accessibility, and installed the 
Java Runtime Environment/enabled the Java Access Bridge from the Ease of Access Centre.  The rest 
of the program appears to work well, with text being read and menus being fully navigable.

Does anyone know if text is supposed to read while being selected, and if so, what I might do to 
fix this?

Many thanks,


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