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NVDA help desk has started to distribute following NVDA add-on.
Add-on name: objectsTreeViewer add-on
When this add-on is installed, menu Objects Tree Viewer is added to NVDA menu, tools.
In the Objects Tree Viewer menu, there are two items called current window and all windows.
When ‘current window’ is selected, the currently focused window is analysed and items are expanded as a tree view.
When ‘all windows’ is selected, all windows obtainable by object navigation are analyzed and items are expanded as a tree view.
In a case this analysis takes much time, you can stop the analysis by pressing ESC.
Left click, left double clicks, right click, and move command are available on each expanded object.
When the move command is used, a mouse pointer is moved to a position of the object.
You can access and use these commands by pressing tab key or short cut keys. Further, you can use application key after you selected a certain item on the tree view.
Objects can be filtered by filter function with keywords.
Using NVDA is sometimes difficult because understanding various objects is difficult.
Objects have hierarchic structure including layers of parents-children, and brothers.
This add-on tells hierarchic structure of objects to NVDA users, which is useful for users to understand these objects. In addition, this add-on is useful for sighted person who instructs visually impared person to use NVDA.
Objects of the NVDA are shown as tree, which let you to easily grasp parents-children, brothers relation between these objects.
On-screen elements, which are difficult to access by pressing tab key and arrow keys, can be easily accessed by mouse pointer or focus.
When you select an item on the tree view, and use a command for moving mouse pointer, you can grasp a position of the selected object.
You can download and install this add-on from following link.
We are glad if this add-on is useful for your happy PC life with NVDA.
Don’t hesitate to contact us for questions and support requests regarding this add-on from the introduction page.