Re: some unsolved problems about NVDA
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Hi your restart issue. I see issues here as has been mentioned before and there is an issue on github for that though the number escapes me. It seems that only a few people experience it and it is due to windows holding on to a file while its trying to rename it and start a new log file. In Windows 7 this is fixed by pressing esc to remove the system error message and then manually restarting, though on odd occasions I have seen the two nvdas in the tray, but that is mainly due to the old version being forcibly terminated rather than gracefully exiting. In this case the new version that created the issue due to the log is what put the nvda in the tray of course.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
I do not use Visual basic, but I really would encourage you to set up a github account and post your errors and problems there as for somebody else to do it who has no way to check if a fix works is a little long winded and hard to administer. Github is not that friendly but what I did is set it up to auto log in and have shortcuts for the new issue and search bits on nvdas area. I also get the email list.
One annoyance with that I find is that it flatly refuses to let me see messages I have either posted or tickets I raise on the email feed, though of course you can see them on the web site. also the person who designed the search engine on the site seems to have been away with the fairies at the time. Either that or its some kind of Mensa membership test, as normally I get results that are anything but intuitive!
Oh, I almost forgot, in their infinite wisdom they now insist on the up to date browser.
Too lazy to allow others I suspect.
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From: "Raha Tehrani" <raha.tehrani1362@...>
Sent: Sunday, November 25, 2018 4:34 PM
Subject: [nvda] some unsolved problems about NVDA