Re: Other Windows that overlay part of the screen was: [nvda] Advertising Windows that overlay part of the screen
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Unfortunately, as those windows are probably working as the designer intended, I suspect logs of each program won't help. A screenshot of the screen, perhaps with NVDA's speech viewer visible, and of course your description of the issue, may be your only way to report to each inaccessible developer.
Link to documentation on NVDA's Speech Viewer:
There is one other issue: in OP's case, the ads seemed to be associated with a program they desired to use, but when that isn't necessarily true - especially with ads at startup - my instinct is that you might have a virus. I would encourage the use of a boot-loading virus scanner in circumstances when you really have no idea where the ads/pop-ups are coming from. All of the top free virus scanners are adware, by the way. You may have to try multiple in order to find one that doesn't cause this issue.
I may be able to provide more information/direction if you send me a screenshot of the whole desktop when a window pops up.
On Mon, Nov 4, 2019, 12:53 PM Robert Logue <bobcat11@...> wrote:
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