control vs keypad enter (was Re: Initial success with Espeakup)
w.d.hubbs at gmail.com
Sat Aug 2 13:26:36 EDT 2008
Actually, in speakup, these keys do slightly different things.
Control flushes the buffer then starts speaking again immediately, and
keypad enter shuts up until another key is pressed.
To see this, cat a very long file then hit control a couple of times
while it is scrolling. Then, hit keypad enter.
On Sat, Aug 02, 2008 at 10:00:37AM -0700, Hart Larry wrote:
> In reality Greg, I would guess some of us are used to useing controll as
> earlier screen-readers Vocal-Eyes--and-Jaws use that. About the only way I
> will use the other kee, would be if some1 else is working on the
> machine--and-I come up from the right to stop it
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