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Indeed, it is odd. By the way, I just thought of something - this
might well be a universally applicable accessibility bug with recent
versions of CCleaner, because my Windows 7 32 bit laptop had a
relatively old version of CCleaner running, at least several months
It would be great if more people could confirm this bug, so we could
accordingly test this with other screen readers, and consequently
contact either NV Access (Github issue tracker) or notify Piriform of
On 5/11/16, Lino Morales <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Bbia. I'm rinning C Cleaner the latest version under WIn 10 64 bit and I
get the same thing. This is odd.
On 5/10/2016 3:26 PM, Bhavya shah wrote:
Having purchased a new computer, currently powered by Windows 8.1
Professional, I went about installing some of the necessary programs I
would require. One of them being CCleaner, I installed it from
piriform.com on my current 64 bit system.
However, although frankly speaking, I haven't really done anything
whatsoever with it, I did do this - press Tools button and Tab to the
list of programs to be uninstalled list box. The weirdest
accessibility problem I am facing in this list which was never
experienced by me on my Windows 7 32 bit previous laptop is that
arrowing does not read the name of the newly focused program name
item. What I need to do in order to work around this is arrow to the
next or previous program, and then Shift Tab and Tab back or the vice
versa and then upon renewed focus on the list box, the new item name,
which is the default focus is read out.
This is an especially strange thing I have observed, and would like to
confirm from other people out here whether this is a universally
occurring bug or something odd I am experiencing.
If further testing or information is needed, I am anyways probably
going to try some object navigation and review modes and stuff to get
this information spoken directly, and would also be happy to provide
any log if developers feel imperative.
Using NVDA (Non Visual Desktop Access) free and open source screen
reader for Microsoft Windows
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