Re: version of an application with nvda
You can usually do so by typing alt to open the menus, then typing h to open help, then a to open the about dialog. So the sequence is alt h then a. The number will be read. If it isn't, use NVDA key b to have the dialog read.
You are doing this by using program commands. JAWS uses proprietary commands to do something for which there is no reason. It keeps people from learning the Windows ways of doing the things and makes them more dependent on JAWS.
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Good day nvda guys
I am sorry to bother you today.
How does one read the version of an application with nvda?
With jaws, this is accomplished with alt+ctrl+v.