[libreoffice-accessibility] Windows LO with JAWS

2018-05-04 Thread Bryen Yunashko
Hello, I was given this email address and hope it is the right one to contact. I recently set up a Windows laptop with Windows 10 Creators Edition and have JAWS 18 installed. Both are fully up to the latest updates.A couple of months ago, I installed LibreOffice and had great difficulty

Re: [libreoffice-accessibility] navigating the autocorrect options table?

2018-05-04 Thread V Stuart Foote
Blindjourno wrote > Using the latest NVDA on windows 10, I am having a really hard time > navigating through the autocorrect options tab within the dialog where > users can check or uncheck options like capitalize first letter of > sentences and otherwise? When I try to navigate the table using

Re: [libreoffice-accessibility] navigating the autocorrect options table?

2018-05-04 Thread V Stuart Foote
Quintin C. had commented on similar issue with the Expert Configuration dialog tree's table rows ( tdf#99609 ) that with NVDA in Object review mode--you are able to navigate the Table in the Options tab of the AutoCorrect Options dialog.

[libreoffice-accessibility] navigating the autocorrect options table?

2018-05-04 Thread Robert W Kingett
Using the latest NVDA on windows 10, I am having a really hard time navigating through the autocorrect options tab within the dialog where users can check or uncheck options like capitalize first letter of sentences and otherwise? When I try to navigate the table using my table keys, nothing

Re: [libreoffice-accessibility] Windows LO with JAWS

2018-05-04 Thread V Stuart Foote
Blindjourno wrote > Since you all can take code from OO, can't you take basically, all of > their accessibility information and use it in LO? I mean, I stopped > using JAWS years ago, but I heard from other people that JAWS works with > OO? Would that be a lot of work? Taking all of the

Re: [libreoffice-accessibility] Windows LO with JAWS

2018-05-04 Thread Robert W Kingett
Since you all can take code from OO, can't you take basically, all of their accessibility information and use it in LO? I mean, I stopped using JAWS years ago, but I heard from other people that JAWS works with OO? Would that be a lot of work? Taking all of the accessibility information from

RE: [libreoffice-accessibility] Windows LO with JAWS

2018-05-04 Thread Alex Midence
I've done it before. They didn't seem to care. The guy told me LO needed to be written to use UIA. Very depressing. So, I gave up and started using IBM Lotus Symphony on Windows and only use LibreOffice on Linux ever since. -Original Message- From: David Goldfield

Re: [libreoffice-accessibility] Windows LO with JAWS

2018-05-04 Thread V Stuart Foote
Bryen Yunashko wrote > ... A couple of months ago, I installed LibreOffice and had great > difficulty because often when I started up LO, Jaws would stop working and > then restart itself. > > A number of buttons and fields didn't work either. So, I put it aside > for a while. This week I

Re: [libreoffice-accessibility] Windows LO with JAWS

2018-05-04 Thread David Goldfield
This is distressing. Several years ago, JAWS was working reasonably well with LibreOffice, if my memory is correct, but I have also encountered the same problem with more recent versions. As you say, NVDA offers much better support. While NVDA has been my screen reader of choice for nine years