On 2023-09-25 23:59, Stéphane Guillou wrote:
Thank you for reaching out. I believe that the screen reader issue has
already been reported by others, at least in three reports (that could
potentially benefit from some consolidating):
Thanks for pointing to these. I've at least linked them with each other
for now (via the "See also" field in Bugzilla).
Michael Weghorn might be able to summarise the situation regarding the
Marco Zehe provided useful input earlier that I copied to comment 1 in
https://bugs.documentfoundation.org/show_bug.cgi?id=149488 back then.
Reading that suggests that making this work properly will likely be
quite some work in both, LibreOffice and screen readers.
Regarding changing the slides, what controls did you try using? Using
the keyboard arrows did not work?
Switching the slides using the arrow keys does work for me.
When just using a single screen, nothing is announced, so this may not
be noticeable for a blind person.
I can confirm what Jason wrote, though:
On 2023-09-25 23:52, Jason White wrote:
> It used to be the case that you needed to run the Presenter Console for
> the presentation to be accessible with a screen reader. I don't know
> whether this has changed in recent years.
If I use a dual screen setup and the presenter console is enabled
("Tools" -> "Options" -> "LibreOffice Impress" -> "General" -> "Enable
Presenter Console" is active), at least the newly active slide number is
announced, e.g. "Current slide, slide 2, 2 of 2". (The slide content is
not announced then either, though.)
Farhan, are you using a single screen?
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