[nvda] NVDA And Key Labels For Windows

  • From: "trenton matthews" <afrang150@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <nvda@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 6 May 2007 09:22:34 -0600

Would there be a problem to label key commands such as: "Control+c" for copy 
"control+x" for cutting, "control+v" for pasting? Also, for keys like in word, 
"control+e" centering text, "control+b" bolding text which NVDA would have to 
figure out a way to read the graphic which turns it on and off, "control+u" for 
underline, which has the toggle effect, "control+a" to select all, which is in 
every applatication almost, "control+f4" for closing a word document, 
"control+o" to open a file, "control+p" for printing in any application, 
"control+n" for new, etc. 
Also, this topic may have been covered, however would there be a way to label 
links, and different keys manually, then people could just pass files around?
Kinda like a "key label" dictionary" as window-eyes calls it? Or links 
dictionary, for internet links, just like in Freedom Box, as they call it, the 
"Seasaw" project?"

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