Moderated Re: Managing the cognitive load of listening
I have verbosity set to intermediate but the main thing I do istoggle quoted message Show quoted text
dictionaries. My default dictionary has close to the 500 entry limit
and I have a couple per-application dictionaries that are also close
to the limit. I do have three profiles, two using eloquence, one with
no punctuation that I use for normal windows interaction (desktop,
file explorer, etc) and one set to all punctuation that I use for
computer programming. For text-heavy things like web browsing and
reading books I use a vocalizer expressive profile set to 'some'.
I don't have other audio going often enough for ducking to be much of
a use to me. And I find it far more burdensom to try splitting audio
left-right. There are rare times that I set something to play though
my laptop's built-in speakers rather than my usual headphones.
Not sure what you were asking about with "control key".
On 9/17/22, Mark <mweiler@...> wrote:
What are some of the ways people manage the cognitive load that comes from