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NV Access

NVDA 2020.3

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What's New:

New Features
  • You can now toggle reporting of graphics from NVDA's document formatting settings. Note that disabling this option will still read the alternative texts of graphics. (#4837)
  • You can now toggle NVDA's touchscreen support. An option has been added to the Touch Interaction panel of NVDA's settings. The default gesture is NVDA+control+alt+t. (#9682)
  • Added new German braille tables. (#11268)
  • NVDA now detects read-only text UIA controls. (#10494)
  • The existence of marked (highlighted) content is reported in both speech and braille in all web browsers. (#11436)
  • This can be toggled on and off by a new NVDA Document Formatting option for Highlighting.
  • New emulated system keyboard keys can be added from NVDA's Input gestures dialog. (#6060)
  • To do this, press the add button after you selected the Emulated system keyboard keys category.
  • Handy Tech Active Braille with joystick is now supported. (#11655)
  • "Automatic focus mode for caret movement" setting is now compatible with disabling "Automatically set focus to focusable elements". (#11663)


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