Re: Couple questions about portable version of NVDA
I am going to comment below on this saving settings thing, but I am shocked that this advice is being given to users. The actual hell?
On Thu, Jun 27, 2019 at 5:26 PM Gene <gsasner@...> wrote:
Had this message ended here, I wouldn't comment.
What is so difficult about settings being inadvertently saved? You can always change them back to their defaults... You can change them again and exit and restart and they will be applied. In fact, you can change them and never worry about saving them because they will always be saved on exit.
Nothing is permanent. Why scare users by saying this crap? Change the setting again, next time NVDA starts your settings will be still applied.
Why remember that absolutely pointless command if your settings can always be saved when NVDA exits? Why have that extra step? Who cares if settings get inadvertently saved? You can unsave them. Before reboot you can revert them. After reboot you can change them back to whatever you want.
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