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The font color retreived in word is different if pressed once than twice #7869

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derekriemer opened this Issue Dec 20, 2017 · 2 comments

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derekriemer commented Dec 20, 2017

Steps to reproduce:

  1. open word, and type derek.
  2. Select the first letter e, and go into font settings (ctrl+d) and select red (bright red, 255,0,0).
  3. Now, move left a character. Press NVDA+f:
    • Expected and actual: default.
  4. Now, nvda+f twice.
    • Expected
      style Normal
      Calibri
      11pt
      Default color
      align left
      line spacing 1.1 lines
      
    • Actual:
      style Normal
      Calibri
      11pt
      aqua grey
      align left
      line spacing 1.1 lines
      
  5. Move right a char:
    • Actual and expected: 'style Normal Calibri 11pt bright red align left line spacing 1.1 lines'
  6. Now, press NVDA+f twice.
    • Expected:
      style Normal
      Calibri
      11pt
      bright red  
      align left
      line spacing 1.1 lines
      
    • Actual:
      style Normal
      Calibri
      11pt
      aqua grey
      align left
      line spacing 1.1 lines
      

Impact:

Users are given false information on color.

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Yes I can reproduce this in Word 2013.

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feerrenrut commented Dec 21, 2017

Yes I can reproduce this in Word 2013.

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