What is occurring should not be caused by processor load because if it
was then we could just wait out the delay and hear the subfolders and
files inside the file browser of choice... The problem with the theory
that it's due to processor load is that no matter how long you wait
those subfolders and files are never read while a batch conversion is
running. However if you're not inside a folder then it reads
everything just fine; the issue only occurs when you try to look
inside a folder.
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This is simply due to processor load though. In the old Goldwave you could
change the priority when you went to use a bulk or function that might be
processor intensive. Has this been dropped from the new version?
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From: "Doug Parisian" <eggmann@...>
Sent: Monday, October 30, 2017 1:46 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Goldwave and NVDA interference
Laz, I experience exactly the same issue when using goldwave to process a
file. BTW, narrator is even worse with mostly no speech anywhere, even
when using windows-D to get to the desktop. I haven't yet tried with JFW.
On 2017-10-29 8:29 PM, Laz wrote:
you're not understanding what the situation is. Yes, everything is
slowed down slightly but if you use This PC or file manager, navigate
to a folder containing files, open it and try to arrow up or down no
subfolders or files are read. If you press alt and spacebar and
maximize you get to read the one subfolder or file but that's it. If
you continue to arrow up or down nothing is read.
On 10/29/17, Austin Pinto <austinpinto.xaviers@...> wrote:
That's why I change processing priority of goldwwave to medium or lo
On Oct 29, 2017 10:09 PM, "Joseph Lee" <joseph.lee22590@...>
Confirmed (especially when performing a lengthy process such as
effects to a long file). This would be because GoldWave takes over the
(that is, the program will use a lot of CPU time), making NVDA’s
responsiveness slower than usual.
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*Sent:* Sunday, October 29, 2017 9:27 AM
*Subject:* [nvda] Goldwave and NVDA interference
Has anyone else experienced this? When doing a batch conversion with
GoldWave, NVDA struggles or outright fails to read several Windows
utilities such as Windows Explorer, Control Panel etc. An acquaintance
mine is experiencing the exact same issue.
As for me, I’m running on Windows 7 64-bit, NVDA 2017.2, GoldWave 6.31
and, not that I think this will make any difference, GoldWave NVDA
The strangest thing, and perhaps the biggest problem with this, is
only stopped working recently, in both cases. Mine a few months ago,
the other guy’s a few weeks ago. The problem is that neither of us can
determine a pattern, I.E. a common denomenator that could or should
I have tried disabling the addon (in case it was an addon update),
also tried with the latest NVDA – 2017.3 (in case it is a known issue
has been fixed) but with no improvements.
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