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Re: [libreoffice-accessibility] Reading tables in Writer + NVDA


Hi Raphaël,

Yes with both NVDA 2015.3 and 2015.4 LibreOffice Writer table cells
navigated across rows do not sound. But do sound vertically down columns.

But, sort of seems like the issue lays with NVDA. Not certain of that
though--anyone else with some ideas?

Anyhow, a say-all traversal of the table does sound across the rows. Also,
watching with Accprobe a Tab or <Shift> Tab movement does expose the IA2
table cell role and cell content as IA2 paragraph, with its msaa accValue
displaying text of the paragraph.

Will poke at it some more, and may file a bug with NVDA or LibreOffice as
seems appropriate.

Thanks for reporting.

Stuart Foote
San Antonio, Texas






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