Re: Dropbox interfering with NVDA when reading excel files
To be honest, the only solution I know is expanddrive.
I should note I have not tried this but it is supposed from what I read to be able to run everything as if you used a standard drive without a client.
It is 70 us dollars, but am not sure about its access.
To be honest I would always run any files to modify outside of a cloud location, partly because of my old school nature.
Incidently its why I like local accounts vs microsoft accounts, the run box and command line, and entering commands rather than always clicking icons.
I know a lot of this has no real basis, but on my own personal system I like things to just work and with all the security issues online 1 less possible issue is better but its just me.
On 14/01/2020 12:24 pm, Robert Kingett wrote: