For people clamoring about a quick text-based list of things that ZDSR has over NVDA, at least ones that were mentioned in the classes so far:
- Extremely responsive
- Able to monitor parts of the screen even if those are outside of the current window (e.g. system tray) (currently business edition only). This can either be a single control, a rectangle like a JAWS frame, or a single point on the screen irrespective of what control is currently there.
- Some kind of magic where different voices read different parts of speech, I don't know exactly how this works yet.
- Built in translation (english/chinese, chinese/english, chinese/japanese, japanese/chinese currently for as far as I can see)
- Facilities to search for a particular piece of info on the screen, triggering those searches (which support regular expressions), with distinctive hotkey
- Built in OCR, that suspends the screen curtain momentarily and re-enables it after OCR has been performed so you don't need to toggle it off and on all the time
- built-in landmarks support, similar to Golden Cursor for NVDA or Hotspot Clicker for JAWS, that let you mark up a particular spot in a window to later click with the mouse even if that spot doesn't contain an accessible control
- shareable control labels as well as an autolabeling facility
- Cycling through windows within the current process, or through all registered windows in the OS irrespective of presence in the alt+tab order
- very granular control over how words, characters, punctuation, UI strings etc. are read out loud
- strong virtual mouse support that I know virtually nothing about yet
- built-in support for various professional tools like before-mentioned reaper, audition, MS office etc. no idea what the definitive list of those apps is.
Nuno did I miss anything?