- Using NVDA with Proxy
Re: Using NVDA with Proxy
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That should be main exeutalbe of nvda
By default it is.
C:\Program Files (x86)\NVDA\nvda.exe
You can check the properties of nvda shortcut on desktop for exact path
You can also attach proxy to running nvda process
Either that didn't work or I'm doing it wrong. I got it to launch
NVDA successfully but I'm not sure which programs to add to
SocksCap to make checking for updates work.
On 7/9/2019 5:28 AM, Larry Wang wrote:
you can use a software called
socksCap to force NVDA to use certain proxy
Here is its download page
Hi. I've had an issue with NVDA for a while where
checking for updates or using Add-on Updater to check for
add-on updates doesn't work. I take paid surveys and use
other ways of earning passive income, so I have an app on
my computer that monitors internet traffic. Keeping it
installed on my laptop and Android phone earns me money.
On my phone, it uses a VPN, but it uses a proxy on my
laptop. Certain NVDA or add-on functions that use the
internet don't work with the proxy for some reason, and if
I turn it off in Windows 10's proxy settings, the app just
turns it back on. The app has no settings of its own. Some
Windows 10 apps don't work with it either, but this isn't
as big a deal. I've actually had to temporarily uninstall
the app and restart my computer if I want to check for
NVDA or add-on updates, or check for them manually. Is
there any way I can get NVDA to work with the proxy server
the app uses? It would be wonderful if this is possible.
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