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[libreoffice-accessibility] screen readers not reading documents propperly


Hello there,
I wonder if you can help with an issue I'm having. Basically neither
of my screen readers, jaws and NVDA, are reading documents as they
should in libre office. Whether using line by line reading or a say
all command, some parts of the text are repeated, others skipped, and
there seems to be a bit of sticking where the reader gets so far and
can't continue.

I'm running Windows 10 x64, and have libre office installed with all
the default options, I haven't changed any settings. The assistive
technology box is checked, the first one in the accessibility tab,
went and looked at that but as I say didn't change anything. It's
happening as I say with both screen readers and with multiple document
formats.

I'd be hugely greatful for any advice.
Kind regards
Daniel

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