Showing Speech – Prosody

Notes

Pauses are used to indicate groupings or functions, which help convey the meaning of mathematics.

For example, (x+3)/(y-9)+5 would be read: "x plus three over y minus nine" with a slight pause before "plus five" to indicate the separate portions of the equation.

Setups

Setups table
Verification Status Platform Assistive Technology Application File Format Renderer Link
Verified Windows 7 Window-Eyes (with MathPlayer) 9+ Powerpoint (desktop) All Powerpoint MathType Details
Verified Chromebook All Chromevox 1.27+ Chrome (desktop) All HTML Native Details
Verified Windows 7 NVDA (with MathPlayer) 2015.2+ Internet Explorer (desktop) 11 HTML MathJax 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 7 NVDA (with MathPlayer) 2015.2+ Powerpoint (desktop) All Powerpoint MathType 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 Mac All Voiceover (desktop) All Safari (desktop) All HTML Native Details
Verified Windows 7 Window-Eyes (with MathPlayer) 9+ Word (desktop) All Word MathType Details