moderated Re: New Microsoft Edge Immersive Reader View
Not that I'm discouraging anyone from submitting feedback to Microsoft on this feature, as you absolutely should, but there are also other options now that Edge is Chromium-based and you can use extensions from the Chrome Web Store.
One extension I used routinely with my blind clients is called Read Aloud. It allows you to assign (or reassign) shortcut keys for many of its functions when it's active and I just tested voice speed with the default voice (and there are multiple options). It can read at "blind screen-reader user speed" which is utterly incomprehensible to me.
Brian - Windows 10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 1909, Build 18363
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