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Thanks for the suggestion.
The problem now is however that NVDA speaks "space" whenever I
insert a character. I'm not sure why but I'm quite sure that it is
not desired behaviour. Any suggestions or should I open an issue?
On 11/10/2019 9:28 AM, derek riemer
You can set noru in vim to turn that annoying line
think that would be a great idea.
I've been mostly using emacs, and the experience is better
vim, although every now and then it does read some updates in
line, like line number changing, that is annoying.
I think that only constraining terminal updates to current
break some functionality - since in emacs there are useful
updates appearing every now and then in the very last line of
terminal. I think the best way would be to implement a feature
certain areas of the terminal window as volatile and never
from them. Or maybe even automatically detect those areas,
status bars in vim and emacs, since I believe they are
different in color...
On 11/5/2019 4:12 AM, Tage Johansson wrote:
> I'm using the terminal alot and I've been using wsl
> for Linux) quite heavily during the last year. I'm using
NVDA with the
> linux terminal (started from cmd) and it works quite
well. But it
> doesn't work that very well if I'm going to use a full
> application like vim.
> Vim is a powerful text editor running in the terminal. It
> cursor position att the bottom of the screen. Since NVDA
> changes in the current terminal window, the speech is
> ever the cursor position changes. So when I type a
> does only speak the new cursor position which is quite
> Earlier, I've been using brltty on a pure linux machine.
> only speak changes on the current line. That is mutch
> working with full screen applications like vim.
> Is it possible to let NVDA only speak changes on the
current line? Or
> can I make an addon which enables that behaviour?
> Best regards,
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