[nvda] Re: Possible bug in nvda beta 2009.1

Which version of Firefox?
I posted a problem in IE with combo box on Microsoft site but have had no issues in Firefox so far.

I still get the oddball errors in Outlook Express when going to reply or new message, leaving the cursor reading dead, but a come out and in again usually fixes this. I think the authors know about these oddities, but because of the intermittent nature of them its going to be hard to fix.

Brian

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----- Original Message ----- From: <thegame4121982@xxxxxxx>
To: <nvda@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, October 23, 2009 8:09 PM
Subject: [nvda] Possible bug in nvda beta 2009.1


Hi, I think I found a possible bug in nvda beta 2009.1. The issue occurs when I try to read text using nvda. On the web for example on the nvda home page, nvda will only read one line of text even though it is set to read by paragraph. This does not occur when reading some text in notepad for example. It only seems to happen when reading text online. Anyone else experience this? Using firefox. to browse the web. I just had nvda read this message I am typing now and it read the entire message without stopping at the end of the first line. Thanks. Using espeak synth.


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