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Got it. Works perfectly in Browse mode. The
add-on synopsis on the page made it seem like you had to use the
Review cursor to initialize the copy text to append to
Add-on does just what I want. Thanks.
On 3/16/2018 9:47 AM, mk360 wrote:
You can select text with shift arrows in browse mode and copy
with control NVDA c.
El 16-03-2018 a las 10:27, Kenny
Can this CCD add-on be configure to copy/append text to the
clipboard from Browse mode? Using the review cursor is taking
some getting use too. Highlighting information on web pages in
browse mode is much easier for me.
On 3/15/2018 10:48 PM, mk360 wrote:
Try the "Clip
Contents Designer" add-on.
El 15/03/2018 a las 23:38, John Isige escribió:
I don't think NVDA can do it, but you
might consider a third party clipboard manager, I'm pretty
sure they can. Warning! I haven't tried any of these so I
have no idea if they're accessible, or even run under
Windows 10, 64-bit or otherwise. I don't think they should
break anything, but try them at your own risk.
On 3/15/2018 20:03, Kenny wrote:
Thanks for the heads up. I did get the Systray add-on.
Still trying to get use to using the Winkey+b shortcut.
I'm really looking for a way to copy and append info onto
JAWS offered the [Insert+Ctrl+c] function to do this. Does
NVDA offer this functionality? I tend to do this alot when
creating my own cheat sheet for learning new programs
(Like with NVDA.)
On 3/15/2018 4:57 PM, John Isige wrote:
Sure. You'll want Windows App
Essentials definitely I think. There are some things
that simulate functions of JFW, if you're used to that,
e.g. the systray or system tray, forget what it's
called, gives you NVDA-f11 which brings up a list like
JFW. You don't need it, you can get to the system tray
with Winkey-b I think, but I used it when I was starting
out because I was so used to it in JFW, and just kept on
There's also a place markers addon and a ... I don't
remember what it's called, but it puts things in a
window you can copy out of. Looks like it's called
"virtual Revision". Basically I'd say have a look around
the community addons site. They all have descriptions so
you can see if they make sense, or just try a couple at
a time and see what you like. For example, I installed
"day of the week" once because I actually needed that
functionality, but I found I only needed it that one
time, so I got rid of it.
There are a few addons that are useful for specific
things that aren't on the community addons site for some
reason, the two I know offhand have to do with games.
But the community addons are a good place to start
because they're vetted by the community so you know
there's nothing bad in them. I think that happened once,
there was some addon, I forget what it did, supposedly
gave you access to a bunch of synthesizers illegally
maybe, but it turned out to be some sort of virus or
On 3/15/2018 15:47, Kenny wrote:
This add-on is fantastic! Makes navigating Thunderbird
I don't have any NVDA add-ons installed other then
Are there any other ones you can recommend that brings
such functionality to NVDA?
I'm using the latest build of Windows 10 (64 bit.)
NVDA 2018.1 is the build I'm using.
Thanks again for recommending this add-on.
On 3/15/2018 4:17 PM, John Isige wrote:
Here you go.
Either save it somewhere and then go and open it, or
open it right from your browser, tell it to use NVDA
to open it if it asks for a program. Tell NVDA you
want to install it, restart NVDA when it asks you if
you want to restart, done.
On 3/15/2018 14:49, Kenny wrote:
Do you know the name of this
add-on? I should be able to track it down
Never installed an add-on for an email client
before, hope it's not difficult to do.
On 3/15/2018 3:42 PM, John Isige wrote:
I just hit enter on a
message if I want to read it, but if you go to
the community addons site, tools/manage addons
and then hit the "get more addons" button,
there's an addon for Mozilla stuff that does
what you want, I think. I've never tried it
because I don't use the preview pane at all, but
I'm pretty sure it has something that reads it,
a keystroke or whatever.
I can't think of any tips or keystrokes, it's
pretty accessible out of the box so whatever it
has for defaults should be fine. But I us it all
the time and have for years, so if you've got
any specific questions, I might be able to help
On 3/15/2018 14:32, Kenny wrote:
I've finally decided to give up my Eudora Pro
v7.1 email client for Thunderbird. I'm
pleasantly surprised how accessible it is
using NVDA 2018.1.
I'm now wanting to become more efficient in
In JAWS, I simply created a frame for the
Eudora Pro view message window that was
automatically read each time I highlighted a
new message subject using the up and down
If I wanted to read the entire message body, I
just hit [Enter] on the subject. Very quick
The message preview pain for Thunderbird
doesn't seem to be readable though using the
NVDA review cursor.
Is there any way to configure Thunderbird
v52.6 in a way where I could quickly read the
message body preview and jump to the next
message in the conversation quickly?
I'm very new to both NVDA and Thunderbird, so
any configuration tips, keyboard shortcuts etc
suggestions would be greatly appreciated.