George McCoy <slr1bpz@...>
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You can get the same result without the add-on. In windows 10,
go to the desktop. Tab four times to the task view button and
On 3/15/2019 4:01 PM, marcio via
Oh, then that's it.
I don't use this add-on. :)
Em 15/03/2019 18:04, Gene escreveu:
Evidently, you need to use the
system tray add-on to do this. I use the add-on but I don't
use a new version. All I want is to get the system tray
dialog. there is evidently an updated version that adds
this other feature if you issue the NVDA key f11 command
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Guys, are you sure this is a built-in NVDA command?
Here it doesn't do anything at all.
Em 15/03/2019 15:04, Ralf
NVDA + F11 twice basicly shows the task bar with all programs on the task bar, the opened ones and the not opened ones which are just shortcuts pinned there for fast opening.
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Sent: Freitag, 15. März 2019 16:26
Subject: Re: [nvda] listing open windows with NVDA
Jaws+F10 is equivalent to NVDA+F11 twice...
Às 05:00 de 15/03/2019, Gerardo Corripio escreveu:
SisTray isn’t the one you’re trying to think of its name? With this
NVDA+F11 twice brings up the Task ist, but I don’t think this is what
being wanted to be done? What’s wanted to be done is like Jaws’s
Jaws+F10, which would be an awesome feature to have!
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El 14 mar 2019, a la(s) 10:30 p. m., marcio via Groups.Io
If I'm not going wrong, there was an add-on that would allow us to
see all the windows opened at the time, including, I think, those you
are talking about.
I don't remember the add-on's name, though. Sorry :(
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Em 13/03/2019 04:48, mhysnm1964@... escreveu:
How do you find floating windows with NVDA other than using the
object nav? In Jaws there is a hot key that shows all open app and
windows. I cannot find a similar command.
A floating window for those who might not know the terminology. Is a
window that is open by a program and is not attached to the program
and some of them are not even attached to the application ring (alt
tab). If the program does not place the focus correctly into the
window. Then you cannot access the window by the keyboard. Thus the
workaround which Jaws provides of listing all the windows helps here.
Hope someone can help.
Second question, just thought of. Are you able to remap keys in NVDA?