Re: NVDA menu

Luke Davis

On Tue, 20 Aug 2019, Gene wrote:

You can also access the system tray icons by installing the system tray add-on and using insert, either insert, f11 to open the system tray dialog.  However
you work with the system tray, you can open the NVDA menu from there.  Use the right click command in the system tray itself, the context menu key.  Just
pressing that key opens the menu.  You may not hear any indication that it is opened, but if you down arrow, you will see all the items in the menu.
You can also just press space on the NVDA icon to open it, if in Windows 10.
Space may be easier, as its a larger key.


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