moderated Re: Dialog of heading list: JAWS versus NVDA


I wasn't thinking of web pages/HTML, just comparing the to for general use.
I guess I jumped to comparing the two in general, and not how they compare in HTML.

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, February 04, 2022 9:49 AM
Subject: Re: Dialog of heading list: JAWS versus NVDA

I can never get NVDA to read the stuff I need to hear.
I do something like move to focus with the minus key and insert 7 for review mode, but I get more information with routing Jaws to PC and at that point, the Jaws cursor is active and I can read what needs to be read.
On rare occasions I need to use the virtual cursor to read an application.
NVDA, if it can read as much as Jaws, then the layout is so weird, that a normal person would never find it intuitive.
----- Original Message -----
From: Mark
Sent: Friday, February 04, 2022 8:00 AM
Subject: Dialog of heading list: JAWS versus NVDA

When we bring up a dialog with the list headings with JAWS, via JAWS + F6, the headings are presented in a linear list view. It's possible to use radio buttons to filter just to a particular heading level, but that is a little awkward with more key strokes. But NVDA does it differently. The dialog box contains a tree view of the headings, which means the heading structure can be folded and expanded easily.  The NVDA way seems more user-friendly in my opinion. But maybe there's a reason for the way JAWS does it that I don't know.  I'm curious what others think about the experience?

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