I'll add your request also. Thanks for your input! FYI, we have a
Fookes Software Accessibility discussion list as well as others.
See my sig-line for it and this link for all of them:
>As a blind person, myself, let me request that the word boundaries be
>configurable, rather than specific in the blind user mode. I prefer
>that only space, tab, carriage return, and form feed characters be
>treated as word boundaries when navigating a word at a time. I find it
>inefficient and annoying when embedded punctuation characters are
>treated this way, which happens with most Windows (though not DOS-based)
>Thanks for considering this.
>From: Jody [mailto:av1611@...]
>Sent: Wednesday, November 05, 2003 11:29 AM
>Subject: Re: [NTB] Can Notetab Change Its Prev And Next Word Behavior
>I'll pass that on to Eric so that he may add the change under the
>Blind User Mode.
>> I am noticing something about pressing Control Left and Control
>> Right arrows that I would like to see changed if possible. When
>> I use those keys to move through clips, they skip some
>> punctuation. I would like to see those keys land on anything
>> that is not a letter or number. This is because with a screen
>> reader, you don't realize punctuation is skipped.
>> The screen reader is set up to say what it thinks is the word
>> when you land on something after pressing one of these keys. If
>> this behavior could be changed, then we would not have to
>> resort to clip syntax a character at a time, which is very