Re: can't read the what's new from the help menu


Gene
 

What happens when you follow a link in an e-mail or type an Internet address in the run dialog and open a web page in that way?  I have always found that help information in NVDA opens using the default browser.  If previous versions of NVDA work properly in this respecgt and this one doesn’t, then there may be a problem with what NVDA does.  If not, and if other things I’ve discussed don’t work properly, then there is a ;problem with Windows not knowing which browser is the default.
 
Gene

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Sent: Monday, February 03, 2020 2:14 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] can't read the what's new from the help menu
 
Hi


Is it associated with the browser or a browser.


What may happen is when you go into the whats new section you might have
to tell it what browser to use and check the box so it does it from then on.


Gene nz


On 4/02/2020 7:31 am, Bobby Vinton wrote:
> Hay I am running nvda 2019 rc 2 and when I try to read the what's new
> with the help menu nvda will just go back to the desk top and not read
> the what's new at all.  I was wondering when you will have this bug
> fixed or did any one know about the issue?
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