Re: NVDA Issues.
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It definitely sounds like a problem with the control key on the keyboard.
Ok try turning input help on - press NVDA+1 (the 1 above the q). NVDA will read out any key that you press, but nothing will happen - so if you press the windows key it will announce "Left Windows" but the start menu won't open.
So try pressing and releasing each of your control keys - it should announce "Left control" and "Right control".
Assuming that works, try pressing NVDA+control+f - NVDA should announce "Control+NVDA+f". If it only reads "NVDA+f" then try pressing three other keys - say alt+shift+s - NVDA should read those three keys out.
The only things I can think of are either a problem with your control key as mentioned previously, or perhaps your keyboard isn't recognising all three keys pressed at once. Some keyboards are better than others in terms of how many keys they can recognise as being pressed at once, although I don't think I've ever seen one that couldn't recognise three...
Anyway, see how you go with that.
On Sat, Jun 18, 2016 at 6:24 AM, Life My Way via Groups.io <lifemyway@...> wrote:
all it says is NVDA 4