Re: loading nvda not there


Ervin, Glenn
 

A minor correction to Jonathan's message.
We press alt + enter on a file or in this case, a shortcut, to get its properties, not the control key.
I like using shift + control for all my adaptive software shortcuts, I think it is easier for me than control + alt.
Glenn

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Unless of course some other shortcut has hijacked the shortcut sequence. You can of course make it anything you want. I have = set up as narrator for example.
Brian

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This is not a function of exactly but of the Windows explorer application.
If you have a NVDA icon on your desktop and that icon has a shortcut key
associated with it than the alt-control-N will work.

So, find the NVDA on the desktop, and then type control-enter to open its
properties. Tab through the dialog until you hear shortcut and then type N
followed by enter. At this point the keystroke should be working again. You
can do equivalent process for other items on your desktop like Word or Mail,
if you like.

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