Re: For chrome users.


Gene
 

You might have to use another browser for downloads and Chrome for most of whatever else you do.  I doubt you can stop this.  You could try turning report dynamic content changes off, NVDA key f5.  That toggles it on and off.  But I haven't found this command generally helpful in such situations. 
 
I don't use Chrome much and I haven't tried to solve the problem myself.  But I'm telling you what you might try and my pessimism about dynamic content changes based on past experience in other contexts.
 
Gene

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, June 15, 2018 6:08 PM
To: NVDA
Subject: Re: [nvda] For chrome users.

Yep, I can.

Note though, that the download tab control+j, is closed.

I could be on another website entirely, and still get that alert.
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>> Is there anyway to stop the alert, downloading time left?
>> Its driving me nuts.
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