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On 07/06/2022 11.54, Michael Weghorn wrote:
Could you please explain what the expected (and actual) behavior would be when showing an Impress presentation? I think it makes sense to create a bug report to keep track of this (and I'd be happy to do so, but don't know what to write).

(In a quick test with MS Powerpoint and NVDA in a dual screen setup, NVDA just announced "Slide show complete" when I pressed F5 to start presentation mode and the first of three slides was shown... NVDA didn't announce anything when I was moving around using the tab key, so a quick look at that competing product didn't help me to figure out how it *should* behave...)

I tried again with just a single screen instead of two, and then NVDA announces "Slide 1", then reads out the slide content, and when moving further: "Slide 2" and its content, etc. Is that what you think Impress should do as well? (It didn't in a quick test with gtk3 on Linux.)

(Given the above, it looks to me at first sight as if MS Office was more or less behaving the opposite way of what you described for Impress, and is only accessible when presenter console is *not* enabled? Not having much experience, I might just be using it incorrectly, though...)

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