I installed the image app and found it worked extremely well.
The download and installation was seemless. Although I'll need to
use it more, to establish its capabilities, my immediate
impression is that the add on is a very useful tool for us.
On 15/03/2019 10:35 AM, hurrikennyandopo ... wrote:
it also does not show under the nvda user configuration
directory as a add on either. so I am guessing it just did not
install unless it was compatible with this version.
Did any one get it to work in earlier versions of nvda? and if
so how did you do it?
Was it just a matter of installing the add on and using the
shortcut or did you have to sign up so you could use it?
I did a while ago see reference to this add on which did have
more information but do not know where it has gone.
On 15/03/2019 10:23 AM,
hurrikennyandopo ... wrote:
Just tried it. It does not show up under the add on manager
as a add on so apart from the shortcut given on one of the
pages there is no real way to see if there are any steps
missed to make it work. it also does not show up any where
else. has any one else got it to work? If it does work it will
need to be updated so it works with the latest version of
I just got to remember how to remove the ones with out it be
shown in the add on manager. maybe more info can be found
under the explore user configuration directory i think it is
On 15/03/2019 6:24 AM, Brian Vogel
On Thu, Mar 14,
2019 at 01:12 PM, abdul muhamin wrote:
For some reason that link didn't "linkify" in your original
message, so I'm repeating it here. The actual download page
for the add on is listed here: http://www.screenreader.ai/
This topic is again giving me the chance to call on the powers
that be that control the NVDA Add-Ons pages to create a third
one under the hierarchy: Community Developed but Unvetted.
There are scads of NVDA Add-Ons that get mentioned in passing
over time and I have little doubt that a number of the
individuals who've developed same would jump at the chance to
have their work listed in a central repository just like the
Stable Add-Ons and Add-Ons Under Development pages at https://addons.nvda-project.org/index.en.html.
It can be made perfectly clear by the chosen page title or
text at the top of said page that use of these add-ons is
entirely "at your own risk" and they have not passed any
official vetting process. So many of them are just great,
and work just fine. A mechanism on that page should also
exist for reporting back if something has broken, not because
those maintaining the page will fix the add-on itself, but it
might be noted and/or delisted entirely if that persists.
Brian - Windows 10
Home, 64-Bit, Version
1809, Build 17763
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