Hmmm I need to read things a bit closer :). Yeah that was the question I asked on my original post. Hopefully by putting the vocal feedback in the default script for NVDA the cut copy and paste will speak in any app. But yeah the labeling of graphics and links would require an off screen model similar to Jaws video intercept. ----- Original Message ----- From: John Greer To: nvda@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Sent: Sunday, May 06, 2007 10:54 AM Subject: [nvda] Re: NVDA And Key Labels For Windows As far as I am aware NVDA already says the accelerator keys for most things like that, and as far as labeling graphics and links, that would require having an off screen model similar to Jaws video intercept. ----- Original Message ----- From: trenton matthews To: nvda@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Sent: Sunday, May 06, 2007 10:22 AM Subject: [nvda] NVDA And Key Labels For Windows 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?"