Rendering the current selection

[Next] [Up] [Previous]
Next: Relative renderings Up: Browsing audio documents Previous: Summarizing the selection

Rendering the current selection


The current selection is rendered by executing browser command read-current. The rendering commenced by read-current can be interrupted in two ways:

Another browser action is to render the rest of the document starting from the current selection. This is enabled by browser command read-rest (bound to c).

Moving the selection to the next or previous node and then rendering is a common sequence of actions. AsTeR provides commands read-previous and read-next (bound to p and n respectively) that combine these actions.

In addition, the browser provides command read-just-this-node (bound to r) that renders only the current node, rather than the entire subtree rooted at this node -this is useful when traversing complex mathematical expressions.

TV Raman
Thu Mar 9 20:10:41 EST 1995