[Blindmath] MathML: JAWS does not render greek symbols or minuses and NVDA doesn't render any formulae/symbols

Sina Bahram sbahram at nc.rr.com
Mon Apr 2 21:41:57 CDT 2012


So I take it that you have MathPplayer installed and working on the other parts of the document, yes?

In other words, the other pieces of MathML do read correctly? Because otherwise it would be just easy to ask why MathML isnt' working, period.


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-----Original Message-----
From: blindmath-bounces at nfbnet.org [mailto:blindmath-bounces at nfbnet.org] On Behalf Of Kevin Chao
Sent: Monday, April 02, 2012 7:47 PM
To: blindmath at nfbnet.org
Subject: Re: [Blindmath] MathML: JAWS does not render greek symbols or minuses and NVDA doesn't render any formulae/symbols

I am really puzzled about why this isn't working properly with either
NVDA or JAWS. I would like to determine where the issue is exactly,
get more details, and try to get it resolved.

Thanks,

Kevin


On 4/2/12, Kevin Chao <kevinchao89 at gmail.com> wrote:
> After getting IT/Matt to debug/troubleshoot, we have the same issue, where:
> JAWS will not read greek symbols, e.g. rho and alph or minuses
> NVDA will not read any of the formulae or symbols.
>
> Please find 5 page test sample XML containing MathML here:
> http://goo.gl/XdKCu
>
> Windows 7 x86, Internet Explorer 8, and MathPlayer 2.2
>
> JAWS 12
> o ρ=0
> Rho greek symbol isn’t reading
>
> H1:ρ>0 or H1:ρ<0 or H1:ρ≠0
> Rho greek symbol isn’t reading at all
>
> t=n−21−r2 with d.f=n−2
> not reading minuses
>
> (n≥3)
> Not reading greater than or equal to correctly, just equal to
>
> H0:ρ=0.
> Not reading rho
>
> n≥
> not reading greater than/equal to
>
> t=n−21−r2
> not reading minuses
>
>
> NVDA 2012.1
> Not reading any of the symbols/formulae, only text
>

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