[BlindRUG] Nvda use with r

UMIT ERDEM Yigitoglu uyigitoglu at ku.edu.tr
Sun Mar 12 17:05:45 UTC 2017

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2017-03-08 0:10 GMT+03:00, Godfrey, Jonathan via BlindRUG <blindrug at nfbnet.org>:
> Hello,
> I’ve just played with NVDA and been able to replicate the annoying letter by
> letter feedback in the R terminal. It doesn’t happen in the R GUI version
> though. Patience showed me that the echo of words follows the echo of
> letters, but that isn’t all that helpful. Perhaps a more knowledgeable NVDA
> user could offer suggestions on this topic.
> I’m using a keyboard with the additional number pad so I can review the
> screen quickly using numpad 7 8 and 9 to move up and down  line by line to
> review my work. For efficiency, I think NVDA users might prefer the R GUI
> experience at present. My reason is that the silence of the R GUI is better
> than the irritation described above. NVDA is more efficient than JAWS for
> reviewing the screen in my opinion.
> My NVDA isn’t reading the square brackets around the [1] for each answer.
> That could be misleading for the less aware so making sure the full voicing
> of symbols is happening seems wise to me.
> I hope this helps.
> Jonathan
> From: BlindRUG [mailto:blindrug-bounces at nfbnet.org] On Behalf Of Liz Hare
> via BlindRUG
> Sent: Wednesday, 8 March 2017 4:22 a.m.
> To: Blind R Users Group
> Cc: Liz Hare
> Subject: Re: [BlindRUG] Nvda use with r
> Hi Umit,
> I'm not clear on what environment you're running R in, but sometimes it's
> easier to run it in terminal mode rather than in the R gui. So you would
> type R at the command prompt rather than opening the R GUI. You can run Rgui
> separately to get help and install.packages() and stuff.
> If the tables you want to see are your own data tables, the most accessible
> way I've found is to write the data.frame as a CSV and then navigate it in a
> spreadsheet program.
> My favorite place to run R is now a Mac with emacspeak.
> Hope this helps,
> Liz
> Liz Hare, PhD
> Dog Genetics LLC
> doggene at earthlink.net<mailto:doggene at earthlink.net>
> http://www.doggenetics.com
> On Mar 7, 2017, at 2:55 AM, UMIT ERDEM Yigitoglu via BlindRUG
> <blindrug at nfbnet.org<mailto:blindrug at nfbnet.org>> wrote:
> Hello,
> I have an issue on reading r commends and output in r. I'm using nvda
> 17.1. When I put any panctuation such as , ( or " Reading what I wrote
> and editing becomes chalange. nvda reads both before and after
> caracter when I put panctuations.
> Furthermore ıt reads output at first caracter by caracter before
> reading it in standart form. for instance ıt reads 1, 2, 3, as 1 cama
> space 2 cama space three. It is really frustrating.
> Do you have any reccomendations to solve this problem?
> --
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