Travis Siegel <tsiegel@...>
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I didn't mean the enter key on the number pad, I meant the enter
key on the main keyboard, but regardless, it was just a
suggestion, any key combination will do.
On 3/14/2019 7:21 PM, Sarah k Alawami
I thought nvda enter did somethingn already, or
am I getting my views confused? It's ben a very very long
day, and it's not yet over . Lol!
On 14 Mar 2019, at 14:49, Travis Siegel wrote:
It really wouldn't be that difficult for the developers
to add a simple toggle (maybe something like
nvda-enter), that would simply act like the nvda key was
down no matter what other key you hit. If I can find
this numlock add-on, perhaps I'll hack that to do this
myself. I'm an experienced programmer, but python is
not my language of choice, and NVDA specifically is not
a program to which I have familarized myself with it's
source code, so having samples of something to see how
it's done would make creating a different add-on to
toggle the nvda key into always on mode wouldn't be that
hard at that point, but this is something one of the
regular NVDA developers would have little trouble
completing. Perhaps an enhancement request should be
submitted, and someone could add it as time permits.
On 3/14/2019 1:37 PM, Gene
How would you lock it, however, without using
sticky keys in general? Using sticky keys, you can
lock it as you can any sticky key but my understanding
is that the desire is to have only that key be
NVDA, if you press the modifier twice, passes the
second command to Windows, so if you press insert
twice, you have pressed it once, as far as Windows is
concerned. If you press caps lock twice, you lock or
unlock caps lock because you have actually passed the
keystroke to Windows once. So some other means of
locking the key would be wanted because you wouldn't
want to lose that ability.
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Locking the NVDA key is most certainly possible, it has
nothing to do
with whether it's a microsoft program or another one,
it's just a matter
of keyboard interception, which is something NVDA
On 3/14/2019 12:37 PM, Brian's Mail list account via
> But is this not part of Mac OS to start with? I'm
not sure if the
> Windows system allows external software to act
this way. After all
> voice over is an apple program but nvda is not made
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>> I want to lock the modifier what ever that is
in terms of nvda. After
>> all, I can do it in vo with the capslock or
the vo keys with one key
>> stroke, all the modifiers are locked no matter
what I choose and I can
>> just press let's ssay shift down to interact
etc or f to find somethingn
>> or g to find next. Look, one hand. Lol! I want
to do this in nvda to
>> make some of the command seaiser especially
when I'm doing a lot at
>> Take care
>> On 14 Mar 2019, at 1:15, Brian's Mail list
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>>> I think the person wanted it on caps lock
but that key is already
>>> multi purpose for caps so adding even more
confusion might be a bit
>>> like jumping out of the frying pan into the
fire, so to speak.
>>> This is almost where some kind of hardware
device would be handy to
>>> be used to stick on and turn off a
programmed set off keys .
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>>> Subject: Re: [nvda] a way to lock the nvda
>>> As has already been mentioned, Sticky Keys
is toggle-able, and almost
>>> everyone I know who uses it does just that.
Even though the default
>>> toggle is five sequential presses of the
SHIFT key, that can be done
>>> very quickly.
>>> The message when toggling says it affects
CTRL, SHIFT, ALT, and
>>> WinKey. I just tested it though, with the
NumPad Insert when in NVDA
>>> and it was sticky-ing it, too, as you get a
tone when that's active.
>>> Brian *-* Windows 10 Home, 64-Bit, Version
1809, Build 17763
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>>> need for illusion is deep.*
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