My first time here but can I first off say a big thank you to AppleVis.
I am severely sight impaired and a VoiceOver user, so this is the first time I have EVER signed up to a forum/site and found the registration process so painless! I actually managed the, "are you a human" test on my own without needing my sighted wife to do it for me. Other sites could certainly learn a thing or two from you guys!
Anyway on to the reason I stumbled across your site in the first place...
I use Xcode not only for Apple apps, but for development in other code languages. I am currently having to edit a colleague's code and to make things easier I am creating a functions log as a comment at the start of the file.
In order to do this I need to know which line the code starts on for a particular function, however, although I know line numbers are presented on the screen in Xcode, is there a VoiceOver shortcut which would read aloud the line number which the cursor is currently on?
I have tried searching for this on Google etc, however, the search results are all about how to show line numbers, not read them aloud using VO.
Any ideas/help would be appreciated.