Can anyone write to Larry privately and see if we can
reproduce this? Thanks.
From: Larry Honaker
Sent: Thursday, June 8, 2017 9:38
To: 'Joseph Lee'
Subject: RE: Trying hard to
convert to NVDA
installed on a desktop. I just uninstalled and went out and got the latest
Is this a portable
version of NVDA or an installed copy? If it’s an installed copy,
chances are that, somehow, UIA or something underneath isn’t
Thanks Joseph for
responding. I do have the latest, 2017.2 loaded.
What else my friend?
Which version of NVDA
did you get? To check, press Insert+N, go to Help menu, then go to About
and listen carefully. If you have versions other than 2017.2, you should
use the new version, as it does not announce “associated draft”
and similar messages.
I am an old dog trying hard to learn new tricks;
translation: I have been a JAWS user since the beginning but am now trying
hard to convert to NVDA. Other than trying to get a real handle on the
object navigation, the real issue I have is when using Outlook
When looking at the list of messages, NVDA has at the
beginning of every message:
Draft No Associated Draft. Then the rest of the message header info. I have
looked at various settings under NVDA to turn this description off but
cannot figure it out.
It is very
annoying; no other screen reader reports this.
Do you have any
idea what I can do?