Google makes it easier for people to navigate Docs, Sheets or Slides while using updatable Braille displays and verbalization programs. New enhancements include a keyboard shortcut for switching Braille, improved verbalization accuracy, and verbal messages for misspellings and grammatical errors.
Previously, users had to enable and disable Braille via the Availability menu in Documents, Spreadsheets, or Presentations. The new keyboard shortcut Ctrl + Alt + H (or CMD + Option + H on Mac) saves users from digging around the accessibility menu every time they want to change Braille.
Improved verbalization support ensures that users always know their cursor position when navigating documents. Docs, Sheets, and Slides now announce where the cursor moves, along with the contents of any table, image, or cell. Today̵7;s update also adds support for verbalization of images, misspellings, and grammatical errors in documents – a feature that seems long overdue.
Google suggests updating your browser and technologies to take advantage of these new features and enhancements.
Source: Google via Engadget