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The add on should still tell you what updates you have when
you check for updates people who can see will know what updates
they have but we won't unless we check the list. You may not want
this but some of us do. It be an option in the add on settings
for those who do. I don't use every setting that is nvda but I am
glad that they are there for those who need them. The question is
nvda really and truly user driven or not? Options that users want
should be given serious conciteration but they are not.
On 4/12/2017 3:05 PM, Brian Vogel
I just did a "Check for Updates" and got an update
for Windows Defender definitions. I was focused on the update
History link so I would only have known that an update was found
because the "install ascending beeps began" but I was able to
hit SHIFT+TAB to go back to the updates list and it read off the
update that had been downloaded and was being applied. Since
this was prefaced by "List" I'd have to believe I could navigate
through additional list items if such had existed.
Like I said, most updates occur in the background if
they're "trivial" and I don't even know that they've occurred
unless I check Update History. Since you can't reject them it's
more than a bit of a moot point if you know about them either
immediately before or immediately after they've been applied.
They will be applied so I simply don't concern myself with them
until or unless a problem occurs that requires fixing. If you
want to know what's been applied that you didn't manually
initiate and watch then use the Updates History link to get to
The real art of conversation is not only to say
the right thing in the right place but to leave unsaid
the wrong thing at the tempting moment.