On 05/16/2018 04:58 AM, zahra a wrote:
can someone please tell me that how can i use entire document in libreoffice?
i wish that hear all of my documents, not only one line or one
paragraph and use keyboard to continue reading.
i use nvda screen reader on windows xp.
I wish I could be more help. I'm just starting to play with screen
readers. I've been using the Orca screen reader that comes with Linux
Mint 18, and I've noticed the behavior you mention. With some file types
and programs, Orca will read the entire document as a continuous stream,
but with others, like LO, it reads one line at a time.
I've noticed that the behavior depends on both file type and the program
in which the file is loaded.
For example, my Orca will not read a plain text file loaded in Geany,
but it will read the same file loaded in Gedit or LO, but only one line
at a time.
Orca will read an HTML file in Firefox as a continuous stream of text so
long as I don't click on the document on the screen. If I click on the
document screen, it goes to reading only one line at a time, but since
I'm in a browser, I don't get a cursor arrow to tell me which line is
With any of the programs, I've found that once Orca starts reading one
line at a time, I can just scroll down using the down-arrow key to
I have found a way, through the terminal, to open Orca's preferences,
but I just haven't had time to play with it in any more depth.
...and try as I might, I have yet to find a way to get Orca to read a
PDF file, even a tagged PDF created in LO.
I have to believe that some of my issues are the operator errors of an
ignorant noobie, so I'll keep working at it as time permits. If I learn
anything new, I'll post it for others who may be interested.
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