- Add-on Updater August 27th build posted
Re: Add-on Updater August 27th build posted
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Ok Thanks joasiph
i'm currently testing your program.
I asked Quentin C from NVAccess to add this feature in to the NVDA Screen Reader and he got back to me very quickly and he said that they are working on this program and he provide me a web link to the Screen Curtain.
Thanks Joasiph again for this wonderful add on.
I don't like people to see after my shoulder. When I'm doing work on my Computer.
On Mon, Aug 27, 2018 at 6:58 PM, Ian Westerland <iwesterl@...>
Perfect Joseph. Thank you.
On 8/28/2018 2:26 AM, Joseph Lee wrote:
There may or may not be announcements regarding this add-on on this list for a while, as I plan to shift attention to the corresponding NVDA feature in order to apply lessons learned through this add-on. The next big thing might be ability to update Windows 10 App Essentials through Add-on Updater, but that won’t happen until October at the earliest.
*From:* firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> *On Behalf Of *Joseph Lee
*Sent:* Monday, August 27, 2018 9:22 AM
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*Subject:* [nvda] Add-on Updater August 27th build posted
Add-on Updater August 27^th build (proof of concept) is now available. This build brings:
* User experience feedback: when add-on updates dialog appears, all
add-on checkboxes will be checked by default. This is in response to
feedback from people regarding user experience of having this
checked/unchecked. My original intent was to check them, but
couldn’t find a solution for a while. This fix also addresses a
problem where users of most recent releases could not update their
add-ons due to missing wxPython attribute when running NVDA 2018.2.1.
* Development snapshot download: fixed an issue where if you told
Add-on Updater to download development versions of add-ons, it would
download stable releases instead. This was internal to the add-on –
no changes to add-on server.
* If you are running NVDA 2018.2.x and happen to use August 25^th
build (the original, not revision A), you need to apply this update
manually. To do so, go to NVDA add-ons website
(addons.nvda-project.org), go to “add-ons under development”, look
for Add-on Updater, and download the build offered.
* This is a proof of concept add-on, thus no stable build will be
released and should be used to send feedback regarding add-on update
feature in NVDA (which I’m working on).
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