Re: Insert/override mode
NVDA is designed to take the action of the insert key when you press it twice. The first time you press it, it performs its NVDA function. If you press it twice quickly, it performs the function it performs otherwise. That is also true if you have shift set as a modifier. Pressing once, it's an NVDA key. Press it twice quickly and it turns the caps lock on or off. Perhaps you should use the caps lock key as a modifier. You will quickly know if you've accidentally turned the caps lock on. Windows beeps if the caps lock is on and you press the shift key while typing. Also, the caps lock being turned on and off is announced by NVDA. So using the caps lock is the only solution I know and it's a pretty good one.
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NVDA uses the insert key extensively. Often times I accidentally press
it twice, and then my text editor goes into override mode. Is there a
way to prevent this from happening? I don't want to enter the override
mode to begin with, but every time it takes me a long time to figure out
that I'm in override mode.
Or is there a way to play some sound signal when I"m entering override
mode to alert me?