[studiorecorder] Re: Studio Recorder Zoom ratio announcement typo

  • From: Roberto Gonzalez <rgonzalez@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "studiorecorder@xxxxxxxxxxxxx" <studiorecorder@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 1 Mar 2021 19:14:41 +0000

Could it be that NVDA and Jaws are coincidentally complying to the ambiguous 
rule of "Some punctuation"?

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Subject: [studiorecorder] Re: Studio Recorder Zoom ratio announcement typo

With punctuation set to All, it works, even on those lower values. When you set 
it to Some, as I typically do, it doesn't speak it correctly.


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On Behalf Of Roberto Gonzalez
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Subject: [studiorecorder] Re: Studio Recorder Zoom ratio announcement typo

It must be related to how the synthesizer is processing the strings and not the 
screen reader. Interesting that it seems limited to a handful of colon 
separated values.
-Roberto

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This happens with Sound Forge as well so I didn't particularly think anything 
was unusual when I heard it for the first time.
It's happened for many many years.

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Actually, it's not just a JAWS issue. NVDA does not read all the colons either. 
So, I wonder what is going on here?

Neal

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Hi Rob:
Yes, I checked more closely and you are correct. It's a JAWS issue. I'll report 
it to Freedom Scientific.
Thanks, Gerry


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Subject: [studiorecorder] Re: Studio Recorder Zoom ratio announcement typo

Hi Gerry,

This looks like a JAWS or Eloquence issue, since even your examples, as well as 
my feature, use colons for all settings.

Rob
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Subject: [studiorecorder] Studio Recorder Zoom ratio announcement typo


Hi;

I'm enjoying new features in SR v4.5.

I like the new announcement of zoom ratios. However, I notice Rob left out the 
colon separator in some of the ratios. For example, if I press F9 multiple 
times I hear JAWS say:

1:256
1:128
1:64
1:32
1:16

1:8

Several of those have no colon.



If Rob follows this list hopefully he can make a note to fix it in future 
maintenance release.

Thanks, Gerry




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