NVDA 2012.3 Released
NV Access is pleased to announce the release of NVDA 2012.3. This release has been declared stable, which means it is suitable for production use and is recommended for most users.
This release includes around 30 new features and 50 bug fixes. Highlights include support for Asian character input; experimental support for touch screens on Windows 8; reporting of page numbers and improved support for tables in Adobe Reader; table navigation commands in focused table rows and Windows list-view controls; support for several more braille displays; and reporting of row and column headers in Microsoft Excel.
Changes from 2012.3rc1 to 2012.3:
- NVDA can again function in the Yahoo! Mail message list when used from Internet Explorer. (#2780)
- NVDA no longer completely fails to read spreadsheet cells in OpenOffice.org/LibreOffice Calc for non-English locales.
- Updated translations.
- Updated documentation.
Many thanks go to all the translators and volunteers for their time in preparing NVDA 2012.3 for use much the world over. But most importantly thanks to those who have donated to help keep this project alive. NVDA provides independent access to computers for over 6000 blind and vision impaired people around the world each day, at home, at school and in the workplace. This is made possible due to your support.