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nvda-text-nav

TextNav is a new better way to navigate Internet for the blind. It allows you to quickly find readable content on almost any webpage on the Internet with just a single keystroke. Check out a short audio demo (7 minutes audio file):

https://soundcloud.com/user-977282820/textnav-promo

More precisely, TextNav adds a keystroke to jump to next or previous text paragraphs - that is a paragraph containing one or more sentences, separated by periods. This feature might be useful to quickly find the textual part of a web page or to skip over menus, advertisements and other not important page elements.

TextNav was formerly a part of SentenceNav add-on.

Keystrokes

  • Alt+Shift+Down: Go to next text paragraph.
  • Alt+Shift+Up: Go to previous text paragraph.

Source code

Source code is available at http://github.com/mltony/nvda-text-nav.

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  • Current stable version (Python 3 only, requires NVDA 2019.3 or later): TextNav
  • Last Python 2 version (compatible with NVDA 2019.2 and prior): TextNav v1.2

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TextNav allows you to find text that you want to read on a web page in just a single keystroke.

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