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Re: Seeking Feedback Regarding Your Experiences With Asus and VivoBook Laptops

Don H
 

The latest Zin books have no headphone jack

On 11/24/2021 1:35 PM, David Goldfield wrote:
Nimer is correct about the headphone jack as this laptop does have one.

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*From:* chat@nvda.groups.io <chat@nvda.groups.io> *On Behalf Of *Nimer Jaber
*Sent:* Wednesday, November 24, 2021 2:32 PM
*To:* chat@nvda.groups.io
*Subject:* Re: [chat] Seeking Feedback Regarding Your Experiences With
Asus and VivoBook Laptops

Looks like a decent machine to me. I've had a few Asus laptops, and had
an issue with one where the sound card went out, but that is no reason
to avoid an entire brand. Also, the lack of a headphone jack is not on
every Asus laptop.

Thanks.

On Tue, Nov 23, 2021 at 9:04 PM David Goldfield
<david.goldfield@... <mailto:david.goldfield@...>> wrote:

The Microsoft store is offering a Black Friday deal selling this
Asus VivoBook K513 laptop
<https://na01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.microsoft.com%2Fen-us%2Fd%2Fasus-vivobook-15-oled-k513ea-uh76-156-laptop%2F8x3ds9vrtm91%3Factivetab%3Dpivot%3Aoverviewtab&data=04%7C01%7C%7C4b132ce982f2434b81e008d9af813be1%7C84df9e7fe9f640afb435aaaaaaaaaaaa%7C1%7C0%7C637733791866082590%7CUnknown%7CTWFpbGZsb3d8eyJWIjoiMC4wLjAwMDAiLCJQIjoiV2luMzIiLCJBTiI6Ik1haWwiLCJXVCI6Mn0%3D%7C3000&sdata=Kvc9s%2F%2BFn6FpI7mCIvMsp6UUGmCxMzwnTHDSFHRoPvs%3D&reserved=0>
for $799.00 featuring a 1 terabyte SSD, 16 GB of RAM and an 11^th
-generation I7 processor and I have to confess it’s calling to me.
I’m considering it as my current Dell Latitude laptop is fabulous
but can’t officially run Windows 11 and I’d like the option to
install that OS. This laptop seems to check all of the boxes I
really want. It doesn’t have an ethernet port which I’m really
spoiled by with my current laptop but an inexpensive hub would
surely take care of that. The reviews for this Asus are generally
favorable. Reviewers love the OLED screen which as a blind person
doesn’t matter to me. I’d prefer something a tad smaller but so far
I haven’t found any laptops with these specs for the price. I also
acknowledge that I could just continue to use Windows 10 on my
current laptop knowing full well that any modern laptop I could buy
by 2025 would be even better than what I could buy today and so this
purchase is hardly urgent. I’m just wondering if any of you have any
experience with Asus, good or otherwise, and if you feel that this
particular purchase at an $800.00 price is worth it or are there
reasons for avoiding it that I’m not considering.

Many thanks.

David Goldfield,

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Re: Acrobat scan and Adobe acrobat - Accessibility of PC Desktop Apps as well as Mobile Versions

 

Ibrahim,

The number of tutorials on using Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Acrobat Reader on the PC platform with accessibility software, screen readers in particular, is myriad.  There's no reason for me to reinvent the wheel here.  A web search on either one of those two programs along with the name of the screen reader you wish to use with it will turn up days worth of reading.

I'd expect the same thing for Adobe Scan, but to a lesser extent, at least when it comes to the PC platform.

Web searching on the app names along with iOS in the case of an iPhone or Andriod in the case of Android phones coupled with either "Talkback" or "Android Accessibility Suite" should turn up what's available regarding the mobile apps for the specified platform.
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Re: Seeking Feedback Regarding Your Experiences With Asus and VivoBook Laptops

David Goldfield
 

Nimer is correct about the headphone jack as this laptop does have one.

 

 

David Goldfield,

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From: chat@nvda.groups.io <chat@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of Nimer Jaber
Sent: Wednesday, November 24, 2021 2:32 PM
To: chat@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [chat] Seeking Feedback Regarding Your Experiences With Asus and VivoBook Laptops

 

Looks like a decent machine to me. I've had a few Asus laptops, and had an issue with one where the sound card went out, but that is no reason to avoid an entire brand. Also, the lack of a headphone jack is not on every Asus laptop.

 

Thanks.

 

On Tue, Nov 23, 2021 at 9:04 PM David Goldfield <david.goldfield@...> wrote:

The Microsoft store is offering a Black Friday deal selling this Asus VivoBook K513 laptop for $799.00 featuring a 1 terabyte SSD, 16 GB of RAM and an 11th-generation I7 processor and I have to confess it’s calling to me. I’m considering it as my current Dell Latitude laptop is fabulous but can’t officially run Windows 11 and I’d like the option to install that OS. This laptop seems to check all of the boxes I really want. It doesn’t have an ethernet port which I’m really spoiled by with my current laptop but an inexpensive hub would surely take care of that. The reviews for this Asus are generally favorable. Reviewers love the OLED screen which as a blind person doesn’t matter to me. I’d prefer something a tad smaller but so far I haven’t found any laptops with these specs for the price. I also acknowledge that I could just continue to use Windows 10 on my current laptop knowing full well that any modern laptop I could buy by 2025 would be even better than what I could buy today and so this purchase is hardly urgent. I’m just wondering if any of you have any experience with Asus, good or otherwise, and if you feel that this particular purchase at an $800.00 price is worth it or are there reasons for avoiding it that I’m not considering.

Many thanks.

 

 

David Goldfield,

Blindness Assistive Technology Specialist

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http://counter.li.org/

To find out about a free, open-source, and versatile screen reader for Windows, visit nvaccess.org

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Thank you, and have a great day!


Re: Seeking Feedback Regarding Your Experiences With Asus and VivoBook Laptops

Nimer Jaber
 

Looks like a decent machine to me. I've had a few Asus laptops, and had an issue with one where the sound card went out, but that is no reason to avoid an entire brand. Also, the lack of a headphone jack is not on every Asus laptop.

Thanks.

On Tue, Nov 23, 2021 at 9:04 PM David Goldfield <david.goldfield@...> wrote:

The Microsoft store is offering a Black Friday deal selling this Asus VivoBook K513 laptop for $799.00 featuring a 1 terabyte SSD, 16 GB of RAM and an 11th-generation I7 processor and I have to confess it’s calling to me. I’m considering it as my current Dell Latitude laptop is fabulous but can’t officially run Windows 11 and I’d like the option to install that OS. This laptop seems to check all of the boxes I really want. It doesn’t have an ethernet port which I’m really spoiled by with my current laptop but an inexpensive hub would surely take care of that. The reviews for this Asus are generally favorable. Reviewers love the OLED screen which as a blind person doesn’t matter to me. I’d prefer something a tad smaller but so far I haven’t found any laptops with these specs for the price. I also acknowledge that I could just continue to use Windows 10 on my current laptop knowing full well that any modern laptop I could buy by 2025 would be even better than what I could buy today and so this purchase is hardly urgent. I’m just wondering if any of you have any experience with Asus, good or otherwise, and if you feel that this particular purchase at an $800.00 price is worth it or are there reasons for avoiding it that I’m not considering.

Many thanks.

 

 

David Goldfield,

Blindness Assistive Technology Specialist

JAWS Certified, 2019

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Nimer Jaber

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http://counter.li.org/

To find out about a free, open-source, and versatile screen reader for Windows, visit nvaccess.org

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Thank you, and have a great day!


Re: Acrobat scan and Adobe acrobat - Accessibility of PC Desktop Apps as well as Mobile Versions

Ibrahim Ajayi
 

Hi Brian:
Thanks for that pice of information. I did post on this group about
what you informed us about.
My question now is: can you give some tutorial on how adobe acrobat
and adobe scan are used on the PC, and mobile. I am an Android user.
I have no idea on their use. I have both apps on my phone, and I have
adobe acrobat on my PC.
Regards.
Ibrahim.

On 11/23/21, Brian Vogel <britechguy@...> wrote:
Adobe Acrobat on the PC is accessible and has been for years.  It's also
expensive (and I presume you're talking about Acrobat itself, not Acrobat
Reader, which is also accessible but that's free).

I can't speak to Adobe Scan nor to any of the mobile app versions of
either.
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opinion. No one is entitled to be ignorant.*

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Re: Seeking Feedback Regarding Your Experiences With Asus and VivoBook Laptops

 

David,

While I understand "the itch," and have absolutely nothing against Asus laptops, were I you, I'd wait if you're happy with your current computer and Windows 10.

It is almost certain that a number of features that are being introduced under Windows 11 will be back ported to Windows 10, much like the telemetry from Windows 10 was back ported to Windows 8.1 and 7.

With the current shortage in computer chips, prices are higher than they have been in the past, and almost certainly higher than they will be for the same class of equipment once the pandemic is over.

If you feel you really, really want or need a new machine now, or soon, that's a different story.  But if you are truly happy with what you've got for now, and a year or two, then were I you I'd hold off.
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Re: Seeking Feedback Regarding Your Experiences With Asus and VivoBook Laptops

 

On Wed, Nov 24, 2021 at 08:38 AM, Gene wrote:
I think its absurd not to offer a standard analog jack. 
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Not that I don't agree with you, but the trend toward trying to create the "lightest and thinnest" laptop continues unabated.  And that involves jettisoning a lot of things that were considered "standard" for years.

The number of USB ports is shrinking, many don't have an HDMI port, optical CD/DVD drives have almost vanished from anything other than business class laptops, and they are disappearing even from those.

One of the reasons I'm clinging to the laptop I have is because it has a CD/DVD drive.  I still pick up CDs at thrift shops frequently that I want to digitize into my MP3 library.  You just can't do that without an optical drive, and having to hook up an internal one every time you want to do so makes the process much more cumbersome than just "popping open the optical drive tray."

Laptops as a class have been way more than "portable enough" for me for years.  And I've never used any laptop "on the road" nearly as much as I do right here on my desk.
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Re: Seeking Feedback Regarding Your Experiences With Asus and VivoBook Laptops

Gene
 

I believe there are very cheap sound cards that are like adapters that you can plug into a USB port and on the other end, plug in headphones or anything with the compatible plug, I expect a one-eigth inch plug.
 
I think its absurd not to offer a standard analog jack.  But I believe there is an easy way around the problem.
 
Gene

-----Original Message-----
From: Don H
Sent: Wednesday, November 24, 2021 7:31 AM
Subject: Re: [chat] Seeking Feedback Regarding Your Experiences With Asus and VivoBook Laptops
 
Only thing I noticed on the Asus laptops I have looked at is there is no
headphone jack so you have to use bluetooth or something to use headphones.

On 11/23/2021 11:04 PM, David Goldfield wrote:
> The Microsoft store is offering a Black Friday deal selling this Asus
> VivoBook K513 laptop
> <https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/d/asus-vivobook-15-oled-k513ea-uh76-156-laptop/8x3ds9vrtm91?activetab=pivot:overviewtab>
> for $799.00 featuring a 1 terabyte SSD, 16 GB of RAM and an 11^th
> -generation I7 processor and I have to confess it’s calling to me. I’m
> considering it as my current Dell Latitude laptop is fabulous but can’t
> officially run Windows 11 and I’d like the option to install that OS.
> This laptop seems to check all of the boxes I really want. It doesn’t
> have an ethernet port which I’m really spoiled by with my current laptop
> but an inexpensive hub would surely take care of that. The reviews for
> this Asus are generally favorable. Reviewers love the OLED screen which
> as a blind person doesn’t matter to me. I’d prefer something a tad
> smaller but so far I haven’t found any laptops with these specs for the
> price. I also acknowledge that I could just continue to use Windows 10
> on my current laptop knowing full well that any modern laptop I could
> buy by 2025 would be even better than what I could buy today and so this
> purchase is hardly urgent. I’m just wondering if any of you have any
> experience with Asus, good or otherwise, and if you feel that this
> particular purchase at an $800.00 price is worth it or are there reasons
> for avoiding it that I’m not considering.
>
> Many thanks.
>
> David Goldfield,
>
> Blindness Assistive Technology Specialist
>
> JAWS Certified, 2019
>
> Subscribe to the Tech-VI announcement list to receive emails regarding
> news and events in the blindness assistive technology field.
>
> Email: tech-vi+subscribe@groups.io <mailto:tech-vi+subscribe@groups.io>
>
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>
>





Re: Seeking Feedback Regarding Your Experiences With Asus and VivoBook Laptops

Don H
 

Only thing I noticed on the Asus laptops I have looked at is there is no
headphone jack so you have to use bluetooth or something to use headphones.

On 11/23/2021 11:04 PM, David Goldfield wrote:
The Microsoft store is offering a Black Friday deal selling this Asus
VivoBook K513 laptop
<https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/d/asus-vivobook-15-oled-k513ea-uh76-156-laptop/8x3ds9vrtm91?activetab=pivot:overviewtab>
for $799.00 featuring a 1 terabyte SSD, 16 GB of RAM and an 11^th
-generation I7 processor and I have to confess it’s calling to me. I’m
considering it as my current Dell Latitude laptop is fabulous but can’t
officially run Windows 11 and I’d like the option to install that OS.
This laptop seems to check all of the boxes I really want. It doesn’t
have an ethernet port which I’m really spoiled by with my current laptop
but an inexpensive hub would surely take care of that. The reviews for
this Asus are generally favorable. Reviewers love the OLED screen which
as a blind person doesn’t matter to me. I’d prefer something a tad
smaller but so far I haven’t found any laptops with these specs for the
price. I also acknowledge that I could just continue to use Windows 10
on my current laptop knowing full well that any modern laptop I could
buy by 2025 would be even better than what I could buy today and so this
purchase is hardly urgent. I’m just wondering if any of you have any
experience with Asus, good or otherwise, and if you feel that this
particular purchase at an $800.00 price is worth it or are there reasons
for avoiding it that I’m not considering.

Many thanks.

David Goldfield,

Blindness Assistive Technology Specialist

JAWS Certified, 2019

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Seeking Feedback Regarding Your Experiences With Asus and VivoBook Laptops

David Goldfield
 

The Microsoft store is offering a Black Friday deal selling this Asus VivoBook K513 laptop for $799.00 featuring a 1 terabyte SSD, 16 GB of RAM and an 11th-generation I7 processor and I have to confess it’s calling to me. I’m considering it as my current Dell Latitude laptop is fabulous but can’t officially run Windows 11 and I’d like the option to install that OS. This laptop seems to check all of the boxes I really want. It doesn’t have an ethernet port which I’m really spoiled by with my current laptop but an inexpensive hub would surely take care of that. The reviews for this Asus are generally favorable. Reviewers love the OLED screen which as a blind person doesn’t matter to me. I’d prefer something a tad smaller but so far I haven’t found any laptops with these specs for the price. I also acknowledge that I could just continue to use Windows 10 on my current laptop knowing full well that any modern laptop I could buy by 2025 would be even better than what I could buy today and so this purchase is hardly urgent. I’m just wondering if any of you have any experience with Asus, good or otherwise, and if you feel that this particular purchase at an $800.00 price is worth it or are there reasons for avoiding it that I’m not considering.

Many thanks.

 

 

David Goldfield,

Blindness Assistive Technology Specialist

JAWS Certified, 2019

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Re: Acrobat scan and Adobe acrobat - Accessibility of PC Desktop Apps as well as Mobile Versions

 

Adobe Acrobat on the PC is accessible and has been for years.  It's also expensive (and I presume you're talking about Acrobat itself, not Acrobat Reader, which is also accessible but that's free).

I can't speak to Adobe Scan nor to any of the mobile app versions of either.
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locked Re: Assistance with NVDA remote

 

As this would be entirely on-topic on the main group, and you actually started the same topic there, I am locking this one.

It is considered bad netiquette to crosspost or multipost the same question multiple places at the same time, even more so when those two places are part of the same Groups.io parent and subgroup structure.  Keep an eye on your topic on the main NVDA Group.

I suggest you have a look at 25 Forum Posting Etiquette Tips

 

These went online in 2007, which is an eon ago in the computer world, but remain relevant to this very day, and apply to emailing lists, too. The only tip that hasn’t stood the test of time is the recommendation to use plain text instead of HTML formatting, which has long since become the de facto standard.  The tip I’d substitute for that one is this:

Please, when you send a message asking for assistance and find the answer, don’t post something like, “It’s OK, I fixed it,” and leave it at that.  It's rude to leave the readership hanging once you've determined a solution. If you were looking for how to fix it, later searchers will also be looking for that answer.  Since you know how, add the, “and here’s how,” part afterward.  Many will bless you, even though you won’t know they do.

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locked Assistance with NVDA remote

aidan gamble
 

Good day to you all

Hope you are well whoever you may be in the world

Please may anyone assist me with using NVDA Remote access, I have read the user guide but I am still confused

Thank you kindly

Regards

Aidan


Re: Sandbox Feature of Windows

 

On Sat, Nov 20, 2021 at 07:46 PM, David Mellor wrote:
The previous post made reference to VM and implied it's use for sandboxing and I was interested to ask
-
It also included "years ago" and "before VM."

Anything besides the actual thing asked about is not answering the original poster's question.  I'm fine with thread drift after the original query has been addressed, but not before.  And, I'll add, I should have mentioned Tim M, too.

Let's get back to answering the original query, first, before the topic goes wandering off in other directions or down memory lane.
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         ~ Harlan Ellison


Re: Sandbox Feature of Windows

David Mellor
 

Brian - The previous post made reference to VM and implied it's use for sandboxing and I was interested to ask

I think it's close enough to the original posts topic.

David

 

From: chat@nvda.groups.io [mailto:chat@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of Brian Vogel
Sent: 20 November 2021 23:56
To: chat@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [chat] Sandbox Feature of Windows

On Sat, Nov 20, 2021 at 03:11 PM, David Mellor wrote:
I thought I read that only the paid version of VM player provides total network isolation
-
I'm not sure where VM player entered the conversation, but it's not what's being asked about.  A sandbox app/feature was built straight into Windows 10 in editions other than Home.  The article originally referenced from HowToGeek, How to Use Windows 10’s New Sandbox (to Safely Test Apps), made this absolutely clear.
 
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_._,_._,_


Re: Sandbox Feature of Windows

 

On Sat, Nov 20, 2021 at 03:11 PM, David Mellor wrote:
I thought I read that only the paid version of VM player provides total network isolation
-
I'm not sure where VM player entered the conversation, but it's not what's being asked about.  A sandbox app/feature was built straight into Windows 10 in editions other than Home.  The article originally referenced from HowToGeek, How to Use Windows 10’s New Sandbox (to Safely Test Apps), made this absolutely clear.
 
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Brian - Windows 10, 64-Bit, Version 21H1, Build 19043

You are not entitled to your opinion. You are entitled to your informed opinion. No one is entitled to be ignorant.

         ~ Harlan Ellison


Acrobat scan and Adobe acrobat - Accessibility of PC Desktop Apps as well as Mobile Versions

Ibrahim Ajayi
 

Helllo:
I want to find out if blind computer and mobile phone users can use
acrobat scan and adobe acrobat.
If we can, then how can thse apps and programsbe used wwi our screen readers.
Hope to get some responses.
Ibrahim.


Re: Sandbox Feature of Windows

David Mellor
 

I thought I read that only the paid version of VM player provides total network isolation for a guest which would provide for a sandbox. With the version available a few years ago I recall both paid and unpaid version had this ability.
Does anyone know if this is true please?
Best wishes,
David
 
 
 Sent: 20 November 2021 19:38
To: chat@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [chat] Sandbox Feature of Windows

Last time I used a sand box was  back in my netsys op days.

Thats before vm was so popular.

 


Re: Sandbox Feature of Windows

Tim M
 

Last time I used a sand box was  back in my netsys op days.

Thats before vm was so popular.

On 11/19/2021 2:23 PM, Sean wrote:

A tiny typo.
He/she talking about Sandbox.

On 19/11/2021 19:25, Brian Vogel wrote:
You're going to have to offer additional information.  I can't even find anything in a web search on "senbox" that would seem to be anything that is connected to your question.

What, exactly, is "senbox," and how would any potential assistant take a look at it?
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         ~ Harlan Ellison


Re: Sandbox Feature of Windows

Brian Tew
 

A rabit, a priest and a minister walk into a bar. Barkeep says, "What'll you have?"
Rabit says, "Nothing for me; I'm only here because of autocorrect."

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