Sorry for the double post, but I accidentally had MIME enabled in the
last message, so I'm re-posting it plaintext only.
On Mon, Jun 3, 2019 at 7:11 PM Steve Litt <slitt@...2357...> wrote:
If I understand you correctly, you already have this text visible on
the picture and able to be selected (how?).
The text in the accessibility modified file is visible, but it's not selectable.
Once you can select it,
copy it from the SVG and paste it into a window whose job it is to feed
text into a text-to-speech program.
The original, "non-accessible" file, has selectable text, but only via
a CTRL-A, a CTRL-C and a CTRL-V. But its text is quite ugly and
garbled when pasted.
I've tested the original, "non-accessible" SVG file with JAWS* and it
reads the file pretty decently, but it doesn't even read *anything*
from the "accessible" SVG file.
I've provided the original SVG, the screen reader accessible SVG that
I attempted to create and the "diff -Nau" between the two files in a
zip archive, to which I've linked on my Mediafire account :
Any help would be appreciated.
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Thanks and regards,
*JAWS can be found here ( long URL ) :