Hi Melissa. The command to jump to the next label in Audacity is alt-right
arrow. To jump to the previous label is, you’ve guessed it, alt-left arrow. A
while ago I did this short audio tutorial
<https://www.sendspace.com/pro/dl/08uqin> on using labels, which you may find
useful. In that recording I said that clips are not relevant to screen reader
users. That is no longer the case. About to dash off to Mother in Law’s
birthday party but, in brief, control-I inserts a clip. Alt-, (comma) jumps to
the previous clip and alt-. (fullstop) jumps to the next clip.
From: audacity4blind-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx <audacity4blind-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
On Behalf Of Melissa Cox
Sent: Saturday, 13 June 2020 8:28 PM
Subject: [audacity4blind] Long Long Time JAWS/NVDA Goldwave user, new to
I've been using Goldwave for 12 years, I'm still using it, but
so many of my friends told me how good Audacity was, and it's
portable, so I thought i'd give it a go.
In goldwave, I use Cue points (I believe not quite the same as a
technically correct cue sheet)
to split various large files, mainly recorded gigs...
I write the times out:
In Goldwave I use CTRL+J to
jump to a spasific time (copy and paste) from text file.
I am aware Audacity has Lables, and I've played around with
I can add a lable at a spasific time, but I have to spend ages
going through manulely to get to the time i'm after.
Is there a way to jump to a time in the way I describe to speed
things up a bit?
Or a way to import the time stamps as I just wrote without
converting all of them into secconds...
Thank you so much to everyone on this list for all the Vollentry work
you all do answering questions in your spare time.
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