Re: NVDA Keyboard Commands
Did you not check caps lock as a nvda modifier key?
if not as mentioned you can do the following.
use the Windos key + B to jump down to the notification area. Then use the arrow keys to find nvda. It might be hidden so will need to un hide it.
If your computer has a applications key while on the icon down there hit it a context menu will come up then arrow to preferences then settings and once in settings go to keyboard.
if there is no applications keys you can use the shift and f10 key to do the same.
Under the key board settings pick the caps lock check box and check it.
Here I have all 3 done.
On 13/11/2019 6:58 am, Hicks Steven (CORNWALL IT SERVICES) via Groups.Io wrote:
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