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Rename Windows 10 OCR to Windows OCR #12690

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josephsl opened this issue Jul 27, 2021 · 0 comments · Fixed by #12691 or #12720
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Rename Windows 10 OCR to Windows OCR #12690

josephsl opened this issue Jul 27, 2021 · 0 comments · Fixed by #12691 or #12720
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Hi,

Preparations to broaden support for Windows 11:

Is your feature request related to a problem? Please describe.

Currently NVDA says Windows 10 OCR is available in Windows 10 only. As noted in PR #12683, Windows 10 OCR can be uased in Windows 11 as well (implied in the user guide pull request).

Describe the solution you'd like

As pointed out by @LeonarddeR, rename Windows 10 OCR to Windows OCR. This allows the feature to be seen as a generic feature and covers future Windows releases.

Describe alternatives you've considered

None

Additional context

This change requires editing docs (see the PR linked above) and the user interface (no need to change code apart from comments). Ideally it should be part of beta 1, therefore the accompanying PR will target beta branch unless nV Access says it should be renamed in 2021.3 (master branch).

Thanks.

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seanbudd added a commit that referenced this issue Jul 29, 2021
Closes #12690

Summary of the issue:
Windows OCR feature is "limited" to Windows 10 when in fact it can be used in Windows 11 and later as well.

Description of how this pull request fixes the issue:
Rename Windows 10 OCR to Windows OCR.

* Content recognizers/UWP OCR: update copyright header, expand the scope to cover future Windows releases. Re #12690

* Settings: Windows 10 OCR -> Windows OCR. Re #12690

* Global commands: Windows 10 OCR -> Windows OCR. Re #12690

* User guide: Windows 10 OCR -> Windows OCR, anchors not changed. Re #12690

* update changes

Co-authored-by: buddsean <sean@nvaccess.org>
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