Re: Braille Edge - urgent help needed!
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I'd say both NV Access and HIMS are to blame. Ideally a braille display driver should come from the manufacturer unless they give NV Access and contributors permission to look at the protocol in use (the latter is the case for certain displays). You might want to contact HIMS to see what can be done about this.
P.S. For a while, I've been looking for a talented code developer and a HIMS product user to come onboard and complete the HIMS braille display drivers.
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Sent: Thursday, May 26, 2016 12:13 PM
Subject: [nvda] Braille Edge - urgent help needed!
I’ve got Windows 10 here, the 64 bit version, I downloaded the USB driver from HIMS website (the driver is from 2013) and I can’t get the Braille Edge to work properly - neither via BlueTooth nor via USB. The Bluetooth does not need any extra software but the problem I’m having is exactly the same as on USB. The Braille Edge is recognised, but it only displays what’s currently in focus. There is no way to navigate using the navigation keys on the device. In fact, no key whatsoever does work, not even the routing keys.
So who’s fault is it: Windows 10, NVDA or HIMS?
Any help with this would be much appreciated.