Re: [Mac-Access]: Detecting colour on the Mac

2015-06-06 Thread Sean Murphy
Anne,


Thanks for that. I thought that was the case. Since if you are editing 
documents or programming. Not knowing the indent is something that is very hard 
on the author. There are workarounds of course, but they are not very effective 
and interrupt your workflow.

Sean 
 On 6 Jun 2015, at 5:26 pm, Anne Robertson a...@anarchie.org.uk wrote:
 
 Hello Sean,
 
 On 6 Jun 2015, at 01:54, Sean Murphy smur7...@bigpond.net.au 
 mailto:smur7...@bigpond.net.au wrote:
 
 Also how do you detect the position of the cursor from the left side of the 
 screen in an application? Is this application dependent?
 
 This is problematic. VO-F4-F4 will give you the position of the insertion 
 point but this is its visual position on the screen. If you set the zoom to 
 200% the information won’t be dreadfully inaccurate, but it won’t be precise 
 either. I’ve been complaining to Apple about this for several years.
 
 Cheers,
 
 Anne
 



Re: [Mac-Access]: Detecting colour on the Mac

2015-06-06 Thread Anne Robertson
Hello Sean,

 On 6 Jun 2015, at 01:54, Sean Murphy smur7...@bigpond.net.au wrote:
 
 Also how do you detect the position of the cursor from the left side of the 
 screen in an application? Is this application dependent?

This is problematic. VO-F4-F4 will give you the position of the insertion point 
but this is its visual position on the screen. If you set the zoom to 200% the 
information won’t be dreadfully inaccurate, but it won’t be precise either. 
I’ve been complaining to Apple about this for several years.

Cheers,

Anne



[Mac-Access]: Detecting colour on the Mac

2015-06-05 Thread Sean Murphy
Team,

How do you detect colour on the Mac? If something has a red background with 
black foreground. Howdo you achieve this with VO?

Also how do you detect the position of the cursor from the left side of the 
screen in an application? Is this application dependent?

Sean 

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Re: [Mac-Access]: Detecting colour on the Mac

2015-06-05 Thread Sarah k Alawami
I know to tedect color it's vo plus t. I forgot how to do the curser ting as I 
normally don't need to do this.

Take care.
 On Jun 5, 2015, at 4:54 PM, Sean Murphy smur7...@bigpond.net.au wrote:
 
 Team,
 
 How do you detect colour on the Mac? If something has a red background with 
 black foreground. Howdo you achieve this with VO?
 
 Also how do you detect the position of the cursor from the left side of the 
 screen in an application? Is this application dependent?
 
 Sean 
 
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