Re: Focus changes that NVDA doesn't seem to notice
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If you mean can you launch a piece of software and nvda seems not to notice, then yes, and it also happens with other screenreaders. If you have auto say all on for example Firefox often on its first opening will not be apparently in focus will not read the page, but anything that affects the display, say hitting alt or in your case going to the address bar, seems to wake it up. I suspect that nvda does not see the page completed signal or its not sent.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
Hard to say, but yes it does happen and the speed of the machine seems to be no indication of when it will or will not work..
For example a program called Belarc advisor looks at your computer and then launches the default browser to see the result. It nearly always seems to not have the browser in the foreground when it finishes, even though its just launched it.
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