Here is the download link of the module compressed in zip:
Le 20/08/2022 à 19:52, Travis Roth a écrit :
Did you post a link for the add-on? I am not finding it in the message?
From: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> On Behalf Of Abdel
Sent: Saturday, August 20, 2022 5:17 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda-addons] Customize say all
Here is a global plugin for the developer's scratchpad that should do the job you're asking for.
When UIA is enabled in the settings for Word or Microsoft Edge, the method to extend for text is _getTextFromUIARange.
In other situations, it's _getTextRange.
With this example, sentences like "table of contents" should be replaced by "table contents".
This type of practice is not highly recommended, as it changes NVDA's internal behavior when reading text.
The module still has some imperfections, it works fine in Word when UIA is enabled, but I haven't yet added the lines to make it work when UIA is not enabled in Word only.
Otherwise, in browsers it has been tested with Microsoft Edge with UIA enabled and disabled, Google Chrome and Firefox, not tested with Internet Explorer.
It should also work in Mozilla Thunderbird, notepad and notepad++.
Sometimes lines indicating that some unreachable objects have been deleted appear in the log.
I haven't fully commented on it, but I think you should understand the different instructions well.
Hope this helps.
Le 11/08/2022 à 11:24, Alberto Buffolino a écrit :
Il 11/08/2022 11.02, Abdel ha scritto:
There are classes that inherit from theAlberto:
treeInterceptorHandler.TreeInterceptor class that add extra features.
If we stick with this logic, these extra features are not considered
and we always extend the features present in the
I think it's exactly my problem, but with TextInfo.
Let it be clear that we just discuss about coding and object oriented
programming, not about personal solutions if they work.
Anyway, I discovered in last days I have messed up the NVDA object
and its TextInfo instance, and for the moment I partially solved
operating over TextInfo instance only, and patching the _getTextRange
method with a new module method, so:
originalFunc = None
originalFunc = obj._getTextRange
obj._getTextRange = _getPartialTextRange
def _getPartialTextRange(self, *args, **kwargs):
tempText = originalFunc(self, *args, **kwargs)
newText = ' '.join(filter(lambda i: len(i)>=4, tempText.split("
It works now, but only in simple text editor like notepad and
notepad++. I must study a bit more the various mechanisms involved
(getTextWithFields, maybe) to cover also Word and browsers, for example.