Looking for speakup keyboard commands
Linux for blind general discussion
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Sat Feb 17 11:52:03 UTC 2018
NVDA is a Windows screen reader. It uses espeak as its default
synthesizer. It has nothing todo with speakup.
On Fri, 16 Feb 2018, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
> Thank you to everybody. When I have occasionally gotten in to
> what I will call mystery mode, I was usually hitting commands to
> change windows in screen so it's usually Control-A something
> depending on what one is trying to do at the time and I can
> imagine accidentally hitting Alt-F1 or some other clumsy
> sequence while thinking I was hitting something else. It's easy
> to do if one is maybe standing up and working the keyboard from a
> slightly odd angle.
> Someone mentioned mvda. I haven't gotten to use speakup
> in anything but Linux but I hear that mvda's default speech comes
> from speakup so there should be many commonalities.
> Again, thanks to all.
> Martin McCormick
> Linux for blind general discussion <blinux-list at redhat.com> writes:
>> Capslock by default is already a speakup key.
>> Regards, Willem
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