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I have noticed this to, I have to alt tab to winamp.
I actually like it being done this way maybe it could be added as
a toggle to focus or not focus.
I have issue with any media program that focuses on itself and
nvda anounces a lot of stuff then I have to stop and replay
because I miss a lot of stuff but yeah it does happen sometimes
not sure why.
On 30/11/2019 1:47 am, Ron Canazzi
I cannot confirm your issue with Winamp as such. However, there
is a long standing issue that I have had since upgrading to
Windows 10 and using Winamp.
What happens is that if I click on an audio file in Windows
Explorer Winamp will play but NVDA won't focus on Winamp. That
is to say, NVDA will stay focused on the file in Windows Explorer
that I have just clicked on. If I then Press alt + tab and focus
on Winamp and then release the keystroke, NVDA still will not
focus on Winamp. If I press insert + T to read the title bar
after this second step, NVDA says 'explorer window.' If I then
press alt + tab to focus on Winamp again, this second time, focus
stays on Winamp.
That is and has been happening for a few years, my big issue with
Winamp. If I run Winamp from the desktop, this issue does not
On 11/29/2019 7:29 AM, ken lawrence
via Groups.Io wrote:
Hi listers I updated the extention for
winamp the other day and as reported originally the
extention made winamp invisible the NVDA can’t even read
with insirt plus T that you are sitting on winamp. I had to
disable the extention. Just now after downloading a song
and tagging in winamp for possible play on a radio show I
decided to enable the add on and sure enough winamp
vanished. It is running but I can’t apparently even go to
my context menu to view file information. I can tag files
but I have to guess what I’m focused on to do it. Is anyone
else having issues with winamp extention version 1.2?
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