This did work; thanks much!
On 8/3/2019 10:30 AM, Marcio via
Has anyone else noticed this and is
there a work around of any kind?
Yes to both questions :)
What you'll want to do is to locate where NVDA says "graphic".
Just below this graphic element will be the name of the add-on.
It's the same for all of your add-ons.
When you've found the add-on's name, down arrow until you find a
button. Press it and the option to deactivate or remove should
appear right away.
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