Re: continuing research into Outlook 2016 crashes on Windows 7
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Niche old days there was a routine in nvda to allow you to not let it initialise if xp was detected, is that still present in the code, if so then maybe just adding the line and making the windows version be the current one to make it work, admittedly that would create serious issues in other applications.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
Incidentally does this function work in portable versions, if not then maybe if it does not crash on a portable version point made?
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OK, some research makes me think that when I use the keyboard shortcut to change from Mailbox view to Calendar View in Outlook that the crash might be related to UIA not being handled correctly. Is there a way I could disable UIA for my copy of NVDA either in intirety or for Outlook just to execute this command without working with the NVDA core? I
So, could I write a Outlook addon that disables UIA when in the SuperGrid or in the INI files?