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ctrl+NVDA+f1 Speech Order #7338

dan1982code opened this issue Jun 28, 2017 · 1 comment · Fixed by #8927

ctrl+NVDA+f1 Speech Order #7338

dan1982code opened this issue Jun 28, 2017 · 1 comment · Fixed by #8927


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Hitting ctrl+NVDA+f1, we get something like
Currently running application is firefox.exe and currently loaded module is firefox

Could we instead consider:
firefox.exe is currently running. firefox module is loaded.

This gets us the information that we want right away. I have no UI training/expertise but it seems to make sense that the part of a message that varies should be spoken first. e.g. when we select text, we hear "hello selected", rather than "selected hello", because we know that we're selecting text, so the part that varies comes first and is the actual text selected.

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jcsteh commented Jun 29, 2017

What you suggest makes sense. However, this command isn't documented anywhere and is more intended for developers, since the user visible name of the application (what any other user would see) is available with NVDA+t. Therefore, assigning priority of p4.

@jcsteh jcsteh added the p5 label Jun 29, 2017
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…anner. (PR #8927)

The command is triggered with `CTRL+NVDA+F1`.

The module name is now presented first, then the executable name with the goal of hearing the relevant information as early as possible.

Closes #7338
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