The problem is that seems that some guys don't want to solve this very old bug...
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I already gave one solution, heavily tested in the portuguese and brazilian community...
Às 00:39 de 29/03/2019, Ron Canazzi escreveu:
Here is a simple way to read the status line using NVDA.
1. Launch File Explorer.
2. Make sure your screen reader is in screen review mode by pressing NVDA + numpad 7.
3. Press shift + numpad 9 to read the bottom of the screen.
4. You should hear something like 781 items 1 item selected 3.52 MB.
I do wonder just why the old read status line with NVDA + end key does not work and hasn't worked since Windows XP but the work around isn't that difficult.
On 3/28/2019 3:22 PM, Andre Fisher wrote:
It's much more convoluted to do it this way. I would consider myself to be an advanced user of NVDA, yet I found it difficult to find it. I could offer up another solution in the form of the Virtual Review add-on. When it is installed, press NVDA+Control+W while in Windows/File Explorer.
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