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To be honest, I have noticed that laptop keyboards have gotten
harder and harder to use.
Mouse or no mouse.
There is a way of typing so you don't rest your hands on the pad
but a lot of keys are half keys.
I don't care for laptop boards but that could also be tdue to the
fact that while at home I use a gaming board and don't need to
bother about the laptop.
On 24/11/2019 7:09 am, Gene wrote:
That suggestion points to a possible solution, but not the
one suggested. However, pointing to the possible solution is
useful and may result in the problem being solved.
The only way that idea makes sense is if a mouse pad is
active on a laptop or if something is moving a physical mouse
connected to a computer. In that case, turning mouse tracking
off won't help to a meaningful extent. The mouse pad must
either be turned off or physically blocked by something covering
it or the physical mouse must be disconnected or placed in such
a way that it is no longer changing its position. Not doing so
will cause loss of focus as the mouse pad moves focus to
wherever it is moved, such as to the task bar or desktop or
somewhere else. Turning mouse tracking off won't solve that
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Sent: Saturday, November 23, 2019 10:56 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Interruption
Press NVDA+ctrl+m and uncheck Enable mouse tracking.
See if that fixes it. My guess is you're moving the mouse, and
On Sat, Nov 23, 2019 at 10:04:32AM -0600, Howard Traxler wrote:
> Help!? All of a sudden, my speech seems to trip over
itself. Using Windows
> 10 1809, NVDA 2019.1.1 and eloquence. Sometimes it starts to
speak and says
> part of what's highlighted, then interrupts with something
else. It happens
> in thunderbird, firefox, file explorer, and in the NVDA menu
> there something in NVDA to fix this or is it something in
> Appreciate ideas. Thank you.