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Re: Table Scope=row working with screen reader?

From: Greg Jellin <gjellin@usfca.edu>
Date: Wed, 28 Feb 2018 15:46:52 -0800
Message-ID: <CADy-T8zJfZbdCoTOq_T4oZpMG0pJLJ3W8zh-d0DVmx5RNvv7+Q@mail.gmail.com>
To: ALAN SMITH <alands289@gmail.com>
Cc: "Wright, Isaiah" <Isaiah.Wright@ally.com>, "w3c-wai-ig@w3.org" <w3c-wai-ig@w3.org>
Alan,

Thanks for the tips and the NVDA testing doc. I'm going to go through it
tomorrow.

Greg

Greg Jellin
Web Accessibility Specialist
Web & Digital Communications

University of San Francisco
gjellin@usfca.edu | usfca.edu


On Wed, Feb 28, 2018 at 10:10 AM, ALAN SMITH <alands289@gmail.com> wrote:

> Greg,
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> For the best experience with NVDA Speech Viewer you need to change some
> default settings to say the command keys which will show up in the speech
> viewer and turn off audio indication of browse mode which will then say
> “browse mode” or “focus mode” rather then hear a bell or click sound.
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> Check out my attached doc on using NVDA for testing. I have used it to
> train hundreds of testers.
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> It has a lot of helpful tips and tricks.
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> It does not tell you how to use NVDA if you are relying upon it for the
> web, it tells you how to use it to test your pages for screen reader users.
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> Alan Smith
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> *From: *Greg Jellin <gjellin@usfca.edu>
> *Sent: *Wednesday, February 28, 2018 12:36 PM
> *To: *Wright, Isaiah <Isaiah.Wright@ally.com>
> *Cc: *w3c-wai-ig@w3.org
> *Subject: *Re: Table Scope=row working with screen reader?
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> Isaiah, Thanks for sharing the Speech Viewer feature in NVDA. I didn't
> know about that and it will be very helpful for me.
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> Greg
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> Greg Jellin
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> Web Accessibility Specialist
> Web & Digital Communications
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> University of San Francisco
> gjellin@usfca.edu | usfca.edu
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> On Wed, Feb 28, 2018 at 8:32 AM, Wright, Isaiah <Isaiah.Wright@ally.com>
> wrote:
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> NVDA offers a great feature called Speech Viewer which allows you to
> visually see what the screen reader is saying. Does JAWS have an equivalent
> to this? Through a google search, I found a thread from 2013 that suggested
> using JAWS Braille viewer. It looked promising but it only displays the
> first 40 characters of what is being read.
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> I am a user experience (UX) researcher and I’m conducting some
> accessibility testing on our site with real users. It would be great if I
> could read and save everything that the screen reader is saying. This will
> help me analyze what users did so that I can make recommendations to our
> creative teams on things they can change in order to make users’
> experiences more delightful.
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> Thanks!
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> *-Isaiah M. Wright*
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