I understand you, Gene.
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I got a numpad together with other pc accessories as a Christmas present a few years ago, and I solved my laptop keyboard problems with that...
Il 05/12/2016 20:52, Gene New Zealand ha scritto:
That is part of the reason the tutorials i wrote are for the desktop pc. I would have to remember them 2.
I got lazy brought a wireless keyboard with both the whole qwerty keyboard on it, so i did not have to remember separate commands when i jumped onto the note boook. Plus i did not really like the keyboard that came with the notebook as it seemed 2 high for me to type on.
On 6/12/2016 2:39 AM, Christopher-Mark Gilland wrote:
Where do I go to purchase the paid NVDA audio tutorials, and how much are they in USD?--
I need to check my finances, but I'm almost 100% sure I can do it. I'd like to do this if I can. I feel that I am fairly comfortable at this point with NVDA, but some of the more advanced things, I could probably use some brushing up on. Plus, I'm horrible! and I do mean horrible! at memorizing the laptop keyboard layout, which is a real problem, as the laptop I'm using doesn't have a keypad.
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