Showing Braille – Navigation

Notes

Reflects only the portion of the equation that is being navigated.

For example, in the equation, (x+3)/(y-9), a user could navigate to the (x+3) portion and that would be the only part that displays. This is different from Braille-Focus Highlighting, which displays the full equation, but emphasizes the portion being navigated with additional notation.

Setups

Setups table
Verification Status Platform Assistive Technology Application File Format Renderer Link
Verified Windows 7 NVDA (with MathPlayer) 2015.2+ Powerpoint (desktop) All Powerpoint MathType Details
Verified iOS 7+ Voiceover (mobile) All Safari (mobile) All HTML Native Details
Verified Windows 7 NVDA (with MathPlayer) 2015.2+ Word (desktop) All Word MathType Details
Verified Windows 8.0/8.1 JAWS 17.0.2211+ (June 2016 and later) Firefox (desktop) All HTML Native Details
Verified Windows 10 JAWS 17.0.2211+ (June 2016 and later) Firefox (desktop) All HTML Native Details
Verified iOS 7+ Voiceover (mobile) All iBooks (mobile) All iBooks Native Details
Verified Windows 7 NVDA (with MathPlayer) 2015.2+ Adobe Reader (desktop) DC PDF Native Details
Verified Windows 7 NVDA (with MathPlayer) 2015.2+ Firefox (desktop) All HTML Native Details
Verified Windows 7 NVDA (with MathPlayer) 2015.2+ Internet Explorer (desktop) 11 HTML MathJax Details
Verified Windows 7 JAWS 17.0.2211+ (June 2016 and later) Internet Explorer (desktop) 11 HTML Native Details