Re: another puzzling seting - this time Winamp
Lino Morales <linomorales001@...>
Hi Jiles. Yeah that’s one NVDA needs to look into now that Winamp finally is making a come back possibly in October. Your right that NVDA does not read the list of tracks. I’m thinking an add-on suggestion should be submitted here.
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Subject: [nvda] another puzzling seting - this time Winamp
I have another puzzling program issue, this time with Winamp.
I'm sure I've experienced this before,but I can't for the life of me remember how I sorted it out!
It relates to the Winamp 5.666 edition. I use it on my home laptop, my tablet computer and this new Dell laptop that I've got for university work.
For some reason I cannot navigate the playlist with NVDA. I suspect there is a setting that relates to how tracks are displayed, but I can't spot it in the preferences. The playlist window is definitely active.
If I move into the playlist I simply cannot navigate up and down the list. All NVDA says is “List.” I have a good 30 mp3s in the playlist and, even if I start a new playlist and then enqueue a further set of mp3s, I remain unable to navigate the playlist.
I didn't bring the Winamp 5.666 installer with me, unfortunately.
I installed the NVDA extended Winamp addon last night but that doesn't seem to have changed anything.
Any suggestions very welcome.