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Re: [libreoffice-accessibility] Screen reader does not read impress presentations


hello.
i use libreoffice with nvda screen reader and nvda does not anything
for me in impress.
only the menues are accessible and the presentation is not readible.
i think that accessibility in jaws screen reader is worse.
because i tried jaws with libreoffice and even writer was not
accessible for reading documents!
i think that libreoffice is accessible with jaws only if java and java
acccess briedge is installed.
but fortunately when using nvda i dont need to install java and java
access briedge and nvda works independently.
writer is most accessible with the minor problems for me in using
arabic and persian language about diacritics.
thanks so much for your attention.

On 11/5/15, V Stuart Foote <VStuart.Foote@utsa.edu> wrote:
> Alberto-2 wrote
>> Hi all, and used LibreOffice in its latest version and me and noticed
>> that my NVDA screen reader reads not impress presentations. Is it
>> possible to add support for reading the presentations with this screen
>> reader? Or is it possible to implement some method to read them? Thank
>> you very much for your answers.
>
> For playing back Imperss presentation with Screen reader (NVDA or Orca) I
> believe Export to tagged PDF (rather than export to HTML) probably
> provides
> best presentation fidelity--although embedded images and graphics may not
> have any annotation/description--that depends on the author adding them.
>
> The authoring environment is reasonably well supported for keyboard
> navigation and screen reader use--but the structure of the frames and
> controls are sometimes unclear while nvaigating. Too much dependence on
> visual queues.
>
> Fortunately <F10> takes you to the Main menu, and <Sfhit> <F10> drops you
> back into the slide canvas. And once homed back to a know spot, <F6> or
> <Shift>+<F6> move between the panels, supplemented with <Tab> and <cursor>
> movments- and a smattering of defined shortcut accelerators. Found here:
>
> https://help.libreoffice.org/Impress/Shortcut_Keys_for_Impress
>
> and here:
>
> https://help.libreoffice.org/Common/Shortcuts_Accessibility
>
>
>
>
>
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[libreoffice-accessibility] Screen reader does not read impress presentationsjosé alberto Vázquez maranto <beto_vazquez@outlook.com>
Re: [libreoffice-accessibility] Screen reader does not read impress presentationsV Stuart Foote <VStuart.Foote@utsa.edu>
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