Re: Invisible Dropbox pop-ups
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When it opens it acts just like the tray, ie pressing space gives a menu. One of the options on the menu that I've never heard of is snooze notifications. Could this be a new feature which uses inaccessible display routines. so we need somebody to go on the web site for us and report this problem in accessibility. Somebody on here must be sighted and able to help their web site is rather unfriendly so I have given up on the thing going around in circles.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
If somebody can look at preferences who has a working preferences system, unlike my windows 7, could they look for this snooze function? It seems you can stop dropbox for some minutes hours or till the next day. Not really sure what on earth is the point in alerting people that its not active when the whole point of dropbox as it just does its thing. I can understand it on a portable app, where mobile data is a t a premium and you may only want it to update on wifi, but for goodness sake the mobile app is not an off line solution unless you pay for it on mobiles its basically just looking at the web site. These are two different use cases.
Seems crazy if this is what it is.
It would also explain why my people at the studio have been having some odd things going on on recordings if programs are shoving windows up for no apparent reason and mouse clickers close them and muck up the recording in the process.
Its been fine for years, if its not bust dont fix it.
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From: "marcio via Groups.Io" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, February 25, 2019 10:18 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Invisible Dropbox pop-ups
On my side, I have a feeling that I'm getting the same window, although