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Difference between report current line and review current line with automatic language switching checked #6726

tspivey opened this issue Jan 13, 2017 · 2 comments


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tspivey commented Jan 13, 2017


  1. Open test.html in Firefox.
  2. Switch to English eSpeak, with Automatic language switching checked.
  3. Press report current line twice. I hear letters spoken in English.
  4. Press review current line twice. I hear letters spoken in Esperanto.

Both of these should speak Esperanto letters, since I'm reading the same text.

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jcsteh commented Jan 13, 2017

Confirmed. Occurs because script_reportCurrentLine calls speakSpelling with info.text instead of spellTextInfo. (The review script does call spellTextInfo.) I'm guessing this was just an oversight in 55b779e. @michaelDCurran, can you think of any reason we wouldn't have changed reportCurrentLine other than oversight?

P2 because while it's probably not a common use case and there's a simple workaround, it should be trivial to fix. Reassess priority if fix turns out not to be trivial.

@jcsteh jcsteh added the p3 label Jan 13, 2017
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michaelDCurran commented Jan 13, 2017 via email

tspivey added a commit to tspivey/nvda that referenced this issue Feb 17, 2017
@nvaccessAuto nvaccessAuto added this to the 2017.2 milestone Apr 5, 2017
jcsteh pushed a commit that referenced this issue Apr 5, 2017
- Performing the read current line command three times quickly spells the line with character descriptions. (#6893) 
- When performing the read current line command twice quickly to spell the line, the appropriate language is now used for the spelled characters. (#6726
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