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NV Access would like to announce the release of NVDA 2015.2. To find out more or to download a copy, please see the official NV Access announcement.
There were no changes from rc2. Thanks to everyone who helped to make this release possible.
NVDA 2015.2rc2 has just been released. This is a release candidate, which means that unless any critical issues are found, this will be identical to the final 2015.2 release.
NVDA 2015.2rc2 fixes support for mathematical content, which did not work at all in rc1.
NVDA 2015.2rc1 has just been released. This is a release candidate, which means that unless any critical issues are found, this will be identical to the final 2015.2 release.
Highlights of this release include the ability to read charts in Microsoft Excel and support for reading and interactive navigation of mathematical content.
In joint collaboration with Design Science and the Educational Testing Service, NV Access has been adding support for reading mathematics in the NVDA screen reader. Making use of Design Science's MathPlayer 4 beta, NVDA will be able to provide rich access to mathematical content in both Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox. And with the addition of Design Science's existing MathType product, access to mathematical content in Microsoft Word and Microsoft Powerpoint will be also soon a reality.