Azardi v 43.1 (Windows 10)
/ EcoBraille-80 with NVDA 2018.1.1
Operating System Windows
Operating System Version
Assistive technology EcoBraille-80 with NVDA 2018.1.1
Assistive technology features Keyboard, Screenreader/Self-voicing, Braille
Last Updated April 20, 2018, 2:14 p.m.
Notes Braille tested on Windows 7 with Ecobraille Plus
Only non-visual tests have been performed with a screen reader and refreshable Braille display. Evaluation translated into Spanish: https://nvdaes.github.io/epub-accessibility-tests/azardi/
Operating system accessibility
Reading system activation
Books can be opened from the application library (alt+l, then alt+a), or sideloaded from the Windows explorer, using the context menu or setting Azardi as the default program to open ePUB files.
Press alt+l or access the Library button shown in browse mode. Books can be searched by title, author, etc. Use Enter or the Windows context menu (Applications key) to perform actions once a book is selected. Use the index feature to search in multiple books.
Navigate to chapters through the Table of Contents
The cursor is placed in the window containing the corresponding document, not in the desired subsection.
Navigate content by pages
Print page breaks cannot be navigated to with the keyboard.
Navigate by reflowed page number
Read navigation information
Use the Elements List dialog (NVDA+f7) and select the Headings radio button to find out the current section, and Escape to return to the previous position in the book. Page number or percentage aren't supported.
Perform a search, review the search results
For searching, books need to be previously indexed. Press alt+l, then the Search button. Type text, then Enter. Review results and press Enter over the corresponding number to focus the document containing the result. Use NVDA+control+f to find the text at the exact position.
Highlights, Notes, and Bookmarks
Add a Bookmark or Highlight
highlight or bookmark cannot be done with keyboard.
Review and navigate Bookmarks or Highlights
List of highlights can be found from the Contents tab.
Add a note
It could be done selecting text with mouse commands of NVDA, but the procedure results unusable.
Review and navigate Notes
Though notes can be accessed, they are shown in a different document and, when pressing Enter on a note, the cursor isn't placed at the right position.