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Re: [libreoffice-accessibility] screen readers not reading documents propperly


hi.
i did not test newer versions of libreoffice that dont support windows xp.
i did not test with jaws and also did not test the 64 bit version.
i tested libreoffice 32bit version using nvda with windows xp.
i did not observe repeting characters, lines or skipping them by nvda.
about reading documents, my only issues is not supporting SayAll
feature in libreoffice.
did you test 32bit version of libreoffice or previous versions to see
whether its a new bug in libreoffice 6, a bug in 64bit versions of
libreoffice etc?

On 10/1/19, Robert Kingett <blindscribe@outlook.com> wrote:
> I am having this issue as well, no matter what screen reader I try. Many
> characters are repeated, lines repeat, and lines are skipped, as well.
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