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Microsoft word: heading level is hidden on braille display when cursor is at start of heading #3701

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nvaccessAuto opened this issue Dec 9, 2013 · 3 comments
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@nvaccessAuto nvaccessAuto commented Dec 9, 2013

Reported by mdcurran on 2013-12-09 02:59
When reading a line of a Microsoft Word document on a braille display, NVDA communicates that the current paragraph is a heading by showing h# (where number is the outline level) at the start of the text. However, this only shows if the cursor is past the first character. On the first character the heading indicator is erased.
This is indirectly due to the heading controlfields from NVDA's in-process Microsoft word support not exposing the _startOfNode attribute.

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@nvaccessAuto nvaccessAuto commented Dec 9, 2013

Comment 1 by Michael Curran <mick@... on 2013-12-09 03:11
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Merge branch 't3701' into next. Incubates #3701

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Added labels: incubating

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@nvaccessAuto nvaccessAuto commented Jan 26, 2014

Comment 2 by Michael Curran <mick@... on 2014-01-26 21:36
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Merge branch 't3701'. Fixes #3701

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Removed labels: incubating
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Comment 3 by mdcurran on 2014-01-26 21:37
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