Reported by sumandogra on 2013-03-04 11:23
If there are groups of data in a sheet separated by blank rows and columns, we can select a set of data that can be defined under a name range with CTRL+A. This selection is not announced by NVDA.
Steps to reproduce:
Open a workbook that has groups of data arranged and separated by blank rows and columns.
Go to a set of data that is separate from any set of data on the sheet and press CTRL+A.
No indication is given by NVDA that the set of data has been selected.
for an example pls see the attached sheet.
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Attachment Example sheet for different sets of data.xlsx added by sumandogra on 2013-03-04 11:28
just an example sheet to show the presence of different sets of data present in an excel sheet.
Comment 9 by ragb on 2013-11-24 12:25
Just noticed a small problem with the approach taken on this ticket. When office is in portuguese (probably other languages too) the key bindings are changed: control+a stands for open and control+t for select-all. We may solve this using a locale gestures file, however, the control+a should be unbound somehow.
Shall I open another ticket? (don't think this blocks the 2013.3 release).
Comment 10 by jteh on 2013-11-25 02:16
Damn. I was always worried about something like this happening. Binding scripts to keys like this is ugly, but there really isn't a reliable event we can use here. Using locale bindings will work for most, but it breaks if the user has different NVDA and Ms Office languages.
Btw, you can unbind a key using a locale gesture map (just specify the script as None), so that isn't a problem.
Please do open another ticket for this and mention that it was spun off this one. Thanks.