However, does using this add--on discourage learning how to use screen-review commands in NVDA? and does this lack of learning mean that, when it is advisable to use the activate command available on the numpad or to use the route and click virtual mouse commands NVDA provides, the user won't know how to do these things? This may be an add-on that duplicates functions already available in NVDA where the user would be much better off learning the NVDA way to do things if the user if at all demanding and who wishshes to go beyond rather elementary learning. Also, some NVDA review commands are essential for working with Windows 10 apps. It sounds like a bad idea to have such an add-on that discourages learning of the screen-reader itself.
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Download and install the Virtual review addon then you can use
NVDA+Control+w to virtualise a window then browse it using arrow keys.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Michael
Sent: 12 October 2018 16:49
Subject: [nvda] Hi
Hi all, This is Michael. i have a question about a feature in NVDA.
How can one virtualize a window using NVDA? I'm asking that because
yesterday I was doing something with NVDa and some error message pop up and
I couldn't read it because I don't know how to virtualize the message.
I would be able to read it if I use Jaws. I'm not saying bad thing about the
nvda Screen reader.
Please help if you all can.
Best Regards Michael Munn