Hi Joseph. Good work. After updating to the
latest version of this addon, it announces screen kirtan on
and off. I’ve added a keyboard shortcut also. Alt plus caps
lock plus s.
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Sent: Wednesday, August 8, 2018 9:09 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Screen Curtain August 7th build:
to go live in half anhour, website entry will return at the
Gesture assignment: yes, it should be
mentioned, and I’ll do just that for Screen Curtain for the
next release (in September).
Just downloaded the screen curtain add on hearing screen
curtain on and off i like that much better than the beeps.
I also checked out the documentation as well and had a quick
I think maybe some people may know or some will not that you
can asign a short cut key to turn it on and off. There was no
mention in the help section or where to go if you are a new
user of the add on.
I Until i looked under the gestures section then tools then
screen curtain i did not know where this could be done.
Some people may not be aware you can asign a gesture to some
of the add ons.
Do you reckon it needs to be mentioned or not just looking at
it from a new user.
6:31 AM, Joseph Lee wrote:
August 7th build will hit the air in about half
an hour from now. This build includes following changes as
a result of basic add-on review:
now configurable. You can now ask NVDA to not enable
screen curtain when it starts (default behavior from now
on). Also, the add-on is ready for configuration profile
switches – that is, you can enable or disable screen
curtain while in certain situations (using an app, for
greatly improved. It now mentions new settings, toggle
state, and a link to the actual NVDA issue is provided.
messages: instead of playing a tone whenever screen
curtain is toggled, a message will be spoken and brailled.
The tone will be heard if screen curtain is enabled when
add-on will once again show up on add-ons website under
development section as it has gone through basic review