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I did a similar search yesterday typing in the phrase VLC media player help and they do have a wiki with all of their documentation there including a table listing all of the available hot keys. Since it is an open source project, some of the writing
is dated, I believe that one of the files was last updated as far back as 2011 with no updates since then though. The program itself, uses the classic windows graphic user interface and as you arrow through the menus, the corresponding keyboard shortcuts are
presented to you so if push comes to shove, you can with a degree of patience create your own custom sheet tailored to your needs.
On 7/10/2017 8:28 AM, Gene wrote:
I didn't look for a tutorial. Do a Google search for VLC Media Player tutorial. You'll see whatever I would see. I haven't ever looked for one. There is, evidently, a lot of help documentation on the web site but I haven't
checked. But if you open help in the player, you are referred to the web site. In the case of popular programs, there is often a good deal of material that has nothing to do with the web site. So don't do searches that specify the web site. Just search
for something like VLC tutorial. You might also want to search for things like VLC help or VLC manual. You may get better results by using the phrase VLC Media Player before what you are looking for.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, July 10, 2017 4:05 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] vlc nvda add on commands
could you please send me the link documentation for using vlc?
i searched and loked for tutorial in there website, but unfortunately
could not find anything.
On 7/10/17, Tony Ballou <cyberpro224@...> wrote:
> Hey Gene,
> Absolutely bro! Your talking gospel! It sure would make sense. It felt
> like I was having to be my own language translator when I first started
> using the program back in the day. I may have a list of the keyboard
> shortcuts for the VLC media player around here somewhere. If so I'll put
> them up.
> On 7/9/2017 3:50 PM, Gene wrote:
> There are no commands specifically for the ad on. the add on announces
> things that occurred before but without speech so you didn't know that
> anything was happening or if you did, you had to memorize or guess what.
> After the add on is installed open VLC player and tab. You will tab through
> lots of items. To change the state of an item, press enter on it. The
> space bar doesn't do anything. Letters that are short cut commands take
> actions which are announced. I don't think the commands you can control by
> short cut commands are in addition to those you can perform by tabbing. I
> think they are some of the same commands. I don't know how many are
> provided. If you get a list of short cuts for VLC Player, you can try
> various letter shortcuts. One of them, for example, is shuffle on and off.
> The letter r controls this command. In the list of short cuts, this is
> described as random. Wouldn't it be nice if VLC player documentation used
> the English language as we know it? The generally accepted name for the
> command is not random, but shuffle.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Andre Fisher<mailto:andrefisher729@...>
> Sent: Sunday, July 09, 2017 2:34 PM
> Subject: Re: [nvda] vlc nvda add on commands
> Where have you looked?
> On 7/9/17, Tony Ballou
> <cyberpro224@...<mailto:cyberpro224@...>> wrote:
>> There's a tutorial on using the VLC Media player add on at the following
>> Hope this helps.
>> On 7/9/2017 1:53 PM, The Wolf wrote:
>>> Hello where in the vlc add on do you go to find the list of commands
>>> and how to use the add on? when looking I can't seem to find any info
>>> on how to use the add on
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