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Subject: Re: committal of patch
Am 14.06.2009 22:50, schrieb Paul Louden:
> No, if you hold down the button it stops at the end of the list. If
> you were looking for an item IN the list, you wouldn't reach the end
> and need the beep anyway. If you wanted to reach the end, you just
> hold the button down and as soon as spelling / speaking is not
> interrupted by it moving to a new item, you know you're at the end.
> Basically, since you'll stop automatically at the end of the list it
> shouldn't be a problem. If you're using one of the few targets that
> doesn't (it's possible to bypass the end on a scrollwheel depending on
> how you scroll) the instant you hear an earlier letter you know you've
> passed it.
>> also, just as a note, the beep comes in a while before the speech,
>> there is a noticeable gap, making it more efficient than relying on
>> the speech.
> How much longer, really?
I can imagine that it speeds up browsing for the blinds. And that's what
Alex is reporting. Why can't you believe it?
Received on 2009-06-14
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