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I must be missing something here. I'm
seeing all these messages saying the status bar problem has been
fixed but I haven't been able to use it for quite a while now.I
just updated to 102.4.1 and I still can't find status bar with
NVDA at all. The progress beeps did come back very quickly but
for me, the status bar just isn't there. I checked in the view
menu and status bar is checked so if it were there, NVDA should be
able to see it but it isn't. I'm using latest stable version of
NVDA and Win 10 with latest updates installed.
On 10/29/2022 11:56 AM, Gene wrote:
I was responding to Sarah because even if she is right about many
developers, Thunderbird developers have shown themselves
If developers are unresponsive, it would probably be a waste of
time, but in cases where companies repeatedly release new versions
of software with serious accessibility problems, then solve them
once they are pointed out, I wonder if there are blind people beta
testing or testing earlier releases so the company might address
the problems before release.
On 10/29/2022 11:18 AM, Brian Vogel
On Sat, Oct 29,
2022 at 11:43 AM, Gene wrote:
But I'm talking specifically about Thunderbird.
What I brought up applies to Thunderbird or any other piece of
software. Accessibility testing is best accomplished in
real-world conditions, so getting blind beta testers out there
who are casual users, not people who test for money, and way
more of them would be a very good thing indeed. And that
involves just taking it upon yourself to grab betas of things
you use, use 'em, and report issues, regardless of product.
Brian - Virginia,
USA - Windows
10, 64-Bit, Version 22H2, Build 19045
There are many
people who can only make themselves feel better about
themselves by making themselves feel better than others.
~ Commenter Looking_in
on the Washington Post, 7/10/2014