Re: NVDA key to be assignable to any key
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Not so sure they are the same. When using another device to control the machine its more like the remote add on situation I would imagine.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
The question really is, what key could one use that is not important in any other setting if its hi jacked for the nvda key. Might be interesting to see if the Shark works and kind of see what they did if it does.
I'm thinking of some kind of double tap of a key with the other key you need or something like that.
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From: "Quentin Christensen" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Friday, October 12, 2018 6:36 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] NVDA key to be assignable to any key
I don't have a comment on the validity of the issue at this stage (it seems
a reasonable question to ask at least), but having created an issue as you
have done is definitely the best way to have it addressed by those who can
comment on the technicalities of whether there are any barriers to
implementing it. Here in the group is also a good place to get comments
and other people's thoughts on it and have that discussion, so yes, I think
you've done all the right things.
Actually you mentioned an older issue - I haven't looked that one up, but
if it's the same, it's possible one will get closed as a duplicate of the
other (if that happens, subscribe to the other issue, and add any extra
comments there as well).
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