Re: suggestion: giving google chrome a try Performance degradation in current Firefox

P. Otter

what you say is correct, it's very cheap but the only problem with rumola is that it processes a capcha as soon it is availlable even if you need it or not. when you don't need it there is one capcha solution less.
it was nice if it was possible to press a shortcut if you need a capcha solution.
cheers paul otter

----- Original Message -----
From: "Shaun Everiss" <>
To: <>
Sent: Tuesday, April 05, 2016 12:41 AM
Subject: Re: suggestion: giving google chrome a try [nvda] Performance degradation in current Firefox

I know that about 5 bucks will give you 150 capchas a year its really cheap.

On 5/04/2016 12:59 a.m., Gene wrote:
How much does Rumola charge to solve one captcha? Is it less than a penny? And people are complaining about the company because it doesn't provide customer service? You get what you pay for.

Someone has just started a much much more expensive captcha solving service for blind people. We'll see how many people are willing to pay these much higher prices.

----- Original Message -----

From: Kwork
Sent: Monday, April 04, 2016 7:46 AM
Subject: Re: suggestion: giving google chrome a try [nvda] Performance degradation in current Firefox

Diddo! And for their lack of customer service, I also hope the Rumola
service starves to death. Completely with you on this one.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Mallard" <>
To: <>
Sent: Monday, April 04, 2016 3:57 AM
Subject: Re: suggestion: giving google chrome a try [nvda] Performance
degradation in current Firefox

No, Rumola never!
I tried it, and they "ate up" my free captchas without me even start the
programme... As soon as I tried to solve a captcha in the trial, I was
told that I had already used them all up.
Which made me understand that they are not serious, so I abandoned the
project immediately.
As fara sI'm concerned, they can starve to the end of eternity!

Il 02/04/2016 22:24, David Moore ha scritto:
You have to use Ramola captscha add on. You pay 95 cents to solve 150
captschas and so on. Have a great one.

-----Original Message----- From: Mallard
Sent: Saturday, April 2, 2016 8:02 AM
Subject: Re: suggestion: giving google chrome a try [nvda] Performance
degradation in current Firefox


But what happens with Captcha solving in Chrome?


Il 02/04/2016 09:52, Nimer Jaber ha scritto:

I am very happy to say that my issues at least have been addressed,
and that browsing with Chrome and NVDA is the best it has ever been.

On 02-Apr-16 02:40, Kevin Chao wrote:
Please retry with latest build of Chrome Canary... Accessibility
improvements went in!
On Sun, Mar 27, 2016 at 4:08 PM Nimer Jaber <>


Please find my answers below. I am hoping that some of these
issues are just the way that my specific configuration is set up.

On 27-Mar-16 17:55, Chris Mullins wrote:

Hi Nimer

Just a few questions:

Can I establish if you are using Chrome or Canary?

What is ChromeVox?
Chromevox is Google's screen reading option that a user can
enable while using Chrome or Chrome OS.

What is the status of the ‘automatically run say all on page
load’ in the NVDA Browse mode dialog?

What is the status of the ‘automatic focus mode for focus
changes’ in the NVDA Browse mode dialog?

What is the status of the ‘automatic focus mode for caret
movement’ in the NVDA Browse mode dialog?

I have Chrome and Canary and don’t get the same as you re
pressing tab to see the content in either version of the browser

The quick navigation keys operate when you are in browse mode
and I’ve not had trouble with them in standard web pages with
eiter browser but there is a problem with them in the settings
page of Chrome but they seem to work OK in the Canary settings

The chrome menu reads perfectly in chrome but there are a couple
of gaps in the Canary version after Zoom and Edit entries.



*From:*Nimer Jaber []
*Sent:* 27 March 2016 22:37
*To:* <>
*Subject:* Re: suggestion: giving google chrome a try [nvda]
Performance degradation in current Firefox

Unfortunately, Chrome accessibility has a bit of a ways to go. I
wish it didn't. I wish I could reliably use Chrome without the
strangeness that persists, but I can't. With Canary, some menu
items are not read out by NVDA, but are by Chromevox. Others are
read out by NVDA and not by Chromevox. I don't want two screen
reading packages running. When navigating the web and going to a
new web page, I seem to have to push tab after a new page loads,
otherwise NVDA doesn't seem to see the content on the page. When
doing a search on the Google page and when navigating around
Chrome in general, pressing H to navigate by heading only works
sometimes, but sometimes locks up until I again press tab to
force it to get back to the content. The sign-in process in
Chrome does not work with NVDA. I needed to use Window-eyes to
get it to read the content. JAWS was also unable to read it. And
I will post another thread about this, but Hangouts doesn't work
very well. the Hangouts app seems to be totally inaccessible to
next branches of NVDA and Canary. And the keyboard shortcuts
that Google outlines in their manual at don't
work when navigating to
<>, and the article doesn't specify
where exactly these shortcuts are supposed to work. Actually
many hotkeys that Google outlines interfere with
browser-specific hotkeys. So I would be happy to transition to
using Chrome, as Firefox is becoming awful, but that would mean
a huge loss of productivity for me. So if you have been able to
get Chrome to work more reliably, I am interested in which
version of Chrome and which version of NVDA, as well as any
settings changes that you have made for your specific set-up. If
this is localized to just me, I am willing to do some
troubleshooting, but on three computers Chrome's behavior seems
to be the same. About the only improvement I have seen to Chrome
Canary is that NVDA reads out a few additional menu items that
it wasn't reading before. I might try resetting Chrome back to
default settings and removing all plugins to see if that has any
effect, but this installation of Chrome is pretty new, so I'm
not sure if that will help or not.


On 3/27/2016 4:05 PM, Scott VanDeWalle wrote:

I've been using chrome now for a couple of weeks now i
It is pretty good for the most part.


On 3/27/2016 9:20 AM, Peter Beasley wrote:

My problem with Firefox is that I am no longer able to
use the BBC iplayer. Every time I try to listen to
something, I get a message telling me that the Adobe
flash plugin has crashed. This particular plugin is up
to date and I have been having this problem since early
December. I know this is not anNVDA issue but would be
greatful if anyone has any ideas on how I can sort this
out. I have been using Firefox as my primary browser now
for nearly 9 and a half years.

*From:*mk360 <>

*Sent:*Sunday, March 27, 2016 1:31 PM

*To:* <>

*Subject:*Re: [nvda] Performance degradation in current

I've in firefox 45.0.1 and all is working fine.

El 27-03-2016 a las 8:46, Mr. Wong Chi Wai, William

I see no problem with NVDA. I recommend you go onto
google and search for about:config that can help
improve firefox performace and that pretty helps.

Kevin Chao 於27/3/201610:13 寫 道:

One of Chrome's strengths is performance...I
experience 0% lag with MVDA when interacting
with modern web apps.

On Sat, Mar 26, 2016 at 5:11 PM Supanut
Leepaisomboon <> wrote:

I noticed performance issues with Firefox as
well, but not just with NVDA, but Jaws as
well, especially on Facebook where the
browser lags. Firefox seemed to perform
poorly on my Surface 3, despite not having
any addons installed.

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