Re: gvim/Win32 and screen readers
- Tomas Valusek wrote:
>If I understand you, you want to change how the cursor is represented
> Screen readers use a caret (Windows' text cursor) for navigation inside
> documents. gvim doesn't seem to use caret, so it's impossible to use screen
> reader's features such as goto cursor, read rest of document etc.
> Is there a screen reader enabled gvim for Win32?
> Tomas Valusek
on the screen. This is controlled by the 'guicursor' option. I do not
think you can specify a character for the cursor, but have a look at
and see if there is anything you can do that helps. For example, the vim
cursor in Insert mode looks like the Windows cursor, and you could use the
same cursor in all modes, if "looks like" is good enough.
HTH --Benji Fisher