Re: NVDA and task manager
Travis Siegel <tsiegel@...>
The behavior of task manager is highly dependent on how busy your
machine is at the time you end the task. I've discovered that if
the machine is running well, then pressing alt-E for end task
does indeed move you to the next task in the list, because it
removes the one you're on. However, if the machine is busy, then
end task leaves the NVDA cursor on the end task column, and you
need to tab 2 or 3 times to get back to the list of processes.
I'm guessing this is because whatever event NVDA triggers after
pressing end task doesn't fire when the cpu is heavily loaded.
However, simply tabbing back to the correct column allows you to
continue along as if it did operate properly.
On 10/29/2018 5:40 PM, Gene wrote: