Voiceover can be made to act exactly like speakup using the numpad keys.

On Thu, 1 Mar 2018, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:

> Oh, yes, one can do this with Voice Over, but it's so very, very
> cumbersome compared to using Speakup's numeric keypad screen review.
>
> I just don't have all day to fuss with VO. Just my experience.
>
> Janina
>
> Linux for blind general discussion writes:
> > -eric,
> >
> > I honestly do not have any special software or configerations to interact 
> > with the Unix console. I have noticed that each person who is having issues 
> > with the Mac terminal have in common. Remember Voiceover requires that you 
> > use the VoiceOver keys to navigate the VoiceOver cursor. It is similar to 
> > the flat review in Linux but uses different keys. You have to hold down the 
> > CTRL + CMD keys to move the cursor. In addition to these keys you have to 
> > make sure you are interacting with the terminal window. VoiceOver requires 
> > that you are "interacting" with windows for VoiceOver to read the contents 
> > of that window. To do this you press the Shift key + CTRL + CMD + the down 
> > arrow. In terms of the terminal window you would listen for "Shell" and 
> > perform the interaction command. From this point you would use the 
> > VoiceOver navigation commands to move around the stdout including the man 
> > pages.
> >
> > To interact with the man pages simply execute the man page you are 
> > interested in then use the above commands to read it. Once you have read 
> > the currently displayed page you would press the space bar to bring up the 
> > next section of the man page. You can tell if there is additional pages not 
> > being displayed because at the bottom there will be a : displayed letting 
> > you know there are more pages to show. To exit the man pages you would 
> > simply type the letter q. I typically will execute this command to have 
> > more control of the man docs and can review them later.
> > $ man grep >> grep.txt
> >
> > I am sure you understand what that is doing but in case someone does not it 
> > is basically redirecting the stdout from the man command to a file named 
> > grep.txt. I then will use vim or cat to read the documentation. Hope this 
> > helps
> > Bryan Duarte | software engineer
> >
> > ASU Computer Science Ph.D Student
> > IGERT Fellow
> > Alliance for Person-centered Accessible Technology (APAcT)
> > Center for Cognitive Ubiquitous Computing (CUbiC Lab)
> > National Federation of the Blind of Arizona | Affiliate Board Member
> > National Association of Blind Students | Board Member
> > Arizona Association of Blind Students | President
> > Phone: 480-652-3045
> >
> > > On Feb 28, 2018, at 5:03 PM, Linux for blind general discussion 
> > > <blinux-list@redhat.com> wrote:
> > >
> > > -eric
> >
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