Re: VS Code Add On not compatible with latest NVDA version

Gregg Rosenberg


You might go in to the any file and adjust the minimum version of NVDA. Sometimes that’s all it takes to make a add on function in another version of NVDA. I assume you’re familiar with using %appdata%\NVDA then go into the appropriate folder, where the head on lives in edit .ini files. 

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On May 24, 2023, at 20:10, Luke Robinett <lukelistservs@...> wrote:



I’m a developer and use the VS Code text editor frequently. I just updated NVDA and am now doing the usual process of going through add ons that are no longer compatible and installing their latest versions. This was all going well until the VS Code add on. First, I don’t see an NVDA Community Add Ons entry for it, so I searched Google and found the download link for it from the author’s GitHub repo. Even downloading their latest version, I get a popup from NVDA that this is no longer compatible. Where can I get the latest version? This is a productivity-impacting issue.




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