- NVDA and braille displays
Re: NVDA and braille displays
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Have you tried looking into whether or not there is a driver specifically for the Vario Connect? As I understand it, the Humanware BrailleConnect and the Baum Vario Connect are identical units.
On Wed, Feb 6, 2019 at 10:17 PM Ivan pivac <ivan@...
Hi list members,
I have been using a BrailleConnect from Humanware using the Baum USB
supervario deriver and NVDA for several years quite successfully. With
the new release of NVDA, the braille display for some reason has stopped
Previously, NVDA had the BrailleConnect as one of its braille displays.
In the latest release of NVDA, there is an automatic detection option
under the Braille setting but it fails to detect my display. I also
have brltty as an option which, in the past, also drove the display but
no longer. When I choose the brltty option, I receive the error message
that brltty cannot be installed. Interestingly, even though the
supervario USB driver from Baum has been installed, there is no mention
of it under the Windows driver folder. Despite the fact that the
BrailleConnect appears under ports in the device manager in the control
panel, I receive the message that no briver has been installed. The
braille display is set for USB not bluetooth and it is functioning as
normal and I am using Windows 10 Pro. I would appreciate receiving
comments from list members as to what might be the problem.
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