On my laptop it updated just fine. On my
desktop it is asking me to register. Register what? That is
all that it says no matter what key I hit. Both pc’s are
running windows 10 pro.
If we can't look at ourselves, and ask,
why? then where does the learning start?
Just thought I'd post this as it is a first
for me: NVDA would not update from the "in NVDA" update
process. It failed and said to see the log.
I downloaded the new installer and that worked perfectly, and
without having to uninstall the existing NVDA installation. I
probably should have posted this before going that route, as I
believe I've probably now overwritten the log. However, if
the log is appended to, and anyone on the development team
would like for me to send them a copy, just let me know. I
won't likely be using NVDA at all additionally today so the
log is going to remain however it happens to be at the moment.
As a completely unrelated aside, can anyone tell me why NVDA
announces, "Switch to USB Dialog Adapter Combo Box," as the
first thing after starting virtually every time? I've grown
used to it, but I cannot for the life of me figure out what it
thinks it has focus on such that this is what is announced.
And that quote is verbatim.
Brian - Windows
10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 1909, Build 18363
Power is being told
you're not loved and not being destroyed by it.