Well if you have the program name and can point a developer or add on writer at it then you may get some replies. I've never used it but from your description it sounds like its not a proper windows bit of software and that nvda therefore finds it hard to figure out what is on the screen.
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Have you explored it with object and screen navigation to see if any of the key buttons, menus or edit fields can be seen by nvda that way?
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From: "Jim Pipczak" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Friday, April 12, 2019 6:11 AM
Subject: [nvda] Dymo label writer
Does anyone use a Dymo label printer? The only way I can find to enter text in a label is to use the mouse to click in the label. I guess I’m lucky enough to have enough sight to be able to use a mouse, However, I want an answer for those who do not have enough sight to use the mouse.
Although I always sincerely appreciate everyone’s suggestions, I really want to hear from anyone who actually uses the program and has solved the problem.
Have a great weekend.
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