Talk:Cloud4all Testing: Essential Registry Terms

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  • The first column contains terms from the Temporary Registry. If the term already existed, "ISO term" or "ISO 24751" term is added in parentheses.
  • The second column lists matching "terms" for Windows (and NVDA) in the Temporary Registry.
  • The third column lists matching "terms" for Linux (and built-in AT) in the Temporary Registry; these terms start with "org.gnome". If no term was available in the Registry, a name from the file ~/.local/share/orca/user-settings.conf (on Ubuntu 12.04) is listed. If a term could not be mapped to either a term in the Temporary Registry or the conf file, the corresponding setting in the Orca Preferences dialog is mentioned (as found on Ubuntu 12.04).
  • The last column contains some comments and questions. However, for a precise description of the terms, you should consult the Temporary Registry.
Term
Windows
Linux Notes/Comments
ScreenReaderTTSEnabled (value range: true, false; default = false)
(not in NVDA Portable) org.gnome.desktop.a11y.applications.screen-reader-enabled
AuditoryOutLanguage (value range: IETF BCP 47; default value depends on user)
NVDA: e.g. "voice = en\en" (in nvda.ini; with "synth = espeak") Note: "language" (default: Windows) in nvda.ini sets the UI language, not the TTS language.

SpeechRate (ISO24751 term: speech rate)
NVDA: group ‘ScreenReader.Speech.Espeak’: rate; in nvda.ini: "rate = 30", with "rateBoost = False" (assuming "synth = espeak")
(Can be set in Orca Preferences; settings name TBD) Does the value depend on the screen reader itself or on the underlying TTS engine?
SpeakTutorialMessages (value range: true, false; default = false)
(See "enableTutorialMessages" in ~/.local/share/orca/user-settings.conf) Not to be confused with reporting tooltips or object descriptions.
KeyEcho (value range: true, false; default = false) (Narrator: EchoChars)

NVDA: speakTypedCharacters (True/False; in nvda.ini)

(See "enableEchoByCharacter" in the file ~/.local/share/orca/user-settings.config)
WordEcho (value range: true, false; default = false) NVDA: speakTypedWords (True/False; in nvda.ini) (See "enableEchoByWord" in the file ~/.local/share/orca/user-settings.config)
AnnounceCapitals (value range: true, false; default = false) NVDA: sayCapForCapitals (True/False; in nvda.ini) (Not available in Orca Preferences) Not to be confused with HighlightCapitalization or NotifyCapitalization.
ScreenReaderBrailleOutput (value range: true, false; default = false)
(See "enableBraille" in the file ~/.local/share/orca/user-settings.config)
BrailleMode (value range: line, structured, speechHistory; default = structured) (NVDA: display (in group ‘Screenreader.Braille’) refers to the Braille display one wants to use) (Not available in Orca Preferences)
PunctuationVerbosity NVDA: See Voice settings: "Punctuation/symbol level" with values "none", "some", "most", "all" (in nvda.ini: "symbolLevel" - symbol verbosity level; default: 0, 100, 200, 300) ("Punctuation Level" in Orca Preferences. Settings name TBD.)
foreground colour (ISO term)


background colour (ISO term)


MagnifierEnabled org.gnome.desktop.a11y.applications.screen-magnifier-enabled
magnification (ISO term) Windows Magnifier: group ‘Display.ScreenEnhancement’: ZoomIncrement (value range: 25..400; no default) org.gnome.desktop.a11y.magnifier.mag-factor
tracking (ISO term) Windows Magnifier: Group ‘Display.ScreenEnhancemnetScreenEnhancement.Tracking’: FollowCaret (0 or 1), FollowFocus (0 or 1), FollowMouse (0 or 1) (each is REG_DWORD)

NVDA: enableMouseTracking (True/False; in nvda.ini); for the reviewCursor: followFocus (True/False), followCaret (True/False); followMouse (True/False)

org.gnome.desktop.a11y.magnifier.mouse-tracking
font size (ISO term) / FontSize


FontWeight


cursor size (ISO term)


MagnificationPosition (value range: FullScreen, LeftHalf, RightHalf, TopHalf, BottomHalf, Custom; default = TopHalf?) Windows Magnifier: (Full screen, lens, docked): not in Registry org.gnome.desktop.a11y.magnifier.screen-position