Thats weird, every time I've installed it on my machine I've always been able to start it from the desktop. unless they've changed things around on newer versions of course.
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At 08:06 PM 8/2/2018, you wrote:
I'm checking out Next PVR but don't find it very accessible. First, no desktop shortcuts are installed so for me the quickest way of launching it is searching from the start menu for Next PVR which brings up the player as a Firefox document. However, when opening it, I find some slider controls along with several unlabeled buttons.
On 8/2/2018 6:03 AM, Aman Singer wrote:
If I may ask, have you been able to watch live TV with Next PVR? I
found this very difficult but it's always possible I was missing something.
Further, have you managed to access closed captioning with Next or any other
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NextPVR does all of that for you.
The channel scanning is extremely accessible, and setting the software to
record via the web interface is a breeze.
At 07:28 PM 8/2/2018, you wrote:
Well if next pvr works with everything maybe thats fine.
Ofcause with all theÃ‚ tvs being digital it may be easier to set an
apple tv for tv viewing its a bit of a cost.
Or get used to your tv you have, not all channels can have audio
descriptions and while some tvs do have accessibility in them including
samsung ones, my 24 inch soni is not.
I got a sightling to set the tv and it works, ofcause you need to
memorise the channels you need and then go for it.
On 8/2/2018 7:20 PM, Brian's Mail list account via Groups.Io wrote:
I think this is a big problem generally. The first thing is to define
what tv system its to work with. National differences are quite
radical, and of course theÃ‚ adaptor which is feeding the computer
could be any from built in cards to usb dongles and online tv, Sat tv
or terrestrial with all the different systems for AD and program
guides in different parts of the world.
I do not think anyone has cracked it globally.
there is still this tendency by the makers of this software that as
its a visual thing, no point in making it work for blind people is
there, kind of mindset.
Ã‚ However if anyone does find such universal software then bring it on.
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Subject: [nvda] Free, accessible TV software
Anyone know of Win10 software for watching TV which works with NVDA?
If needed, I could revert back to Windows7 on my other system but if
possible, want this as a last resort.