Google makes it easy for users to navigate documents, sheets, or slides while using updatable braille displays and verbalization software. New improvements include a keyboard shortcut to toggle Braille support, improved verbalization accuracy, and verbal prompts for spelling and grammatical errors.
In the past, users had to enable and disable Braille support from the Accessibility menu in documents, sheets, or slides. The new keyboard shortcut Ctrl + Alt + H (or CMD + Option + H on Mac) prevents users from browsing the Accessibility menu every time they want to toggle Braille support.
The improved verbalization support ensures that users always know their cursor position when navigating documents. Documents, sheets, and slides, along with the contents of a table, slide, or cell, now indicate where the cursor is moving. Today̵
Google suggests that you update your browser and assistive technology to take advantage of these new features and improvements.
Source: Google via Engadget