Add scripting support to Narrator
Is there any plan to add scripting support to Narrator? It would be truly appreciated by any blind person looking for a job.
It also seems that Narrator breaks in controls like the edit in notepad++, which is supported by other screen readers.
There's also quite bad cursor tracking bugs in notepad with Narrator like it saying "end of line" when pressing down arrow.
Windows speech recognition is pretty good for writing essays in Word.
I wish I could say things like
Delete the comma before one to one mapping
or similar though.
Thank you for the feedback and suggestion.
Adding scripting support to Narrator is an interesting idea dn I will be sure to pas this along to the product groupf or future investigation.
As far as your other items, it would be very helpful to create separate idea/feedback channels for each of them.
Phil Muir commented
Note: Narrator can already be scripted for internally E.G. developers at Microsoft can already do that. However they have not chosen to allow anyone to add scripting to any working versions of Narrator that ship on Windows 10, Xbox one etc. Doing this would really open up Narrator to be used by developers and would also encourage developers in third world markets that simply cannot afford the high cost of other third party products such as Jaws for Windows to add functionality to other products that run on the Windows platform.