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Hmmm yeah, chrome sets the mark though that does push an
Since we depend on some of these libraries etc, I wander if a way
could be put in for the user to get the latest stable somehow, or
is it not in binary.
In other words what is stopping me from updating some of these
libraries myself if I wanted.
Also, on the same note, has the nvda synths page on the wiki been
updated with 19.3.1 compatability.
On 27/02/2020 10:39 am, Quentin
Good theory. The problem, I believe, is that, Edge, or
another browser based on Chromium, will only get a fix from
the new version of Chrome, once they update their version of
Chromium to the new version. In the same way that if
something gets fixed in a new build of eSpeak NG today, it
will only appear in NVDA once we update to a new build of
eSpeak NG and then push out a new version of NVDA.
I don't need this all day in chrome thank goodness but I
have noticed it.
That does bring up another interesting question though
If google chrome is doing this, then chromium itself is
If chromium itself is doing this then edge is doing this
as well as every other chromium based brouser.
So when google fix chromium and it becomes stable, then
everything should fix itself at the same time or am I
being to simplistic.
On 27/02/2020 10:00 am, molly the blind tech lover
I’ve seen this issue as well. Glad
it’s being fixed 😊
This seems fixed in Chrome 81 Beta
which is scheduled to be released on March 17th.
has persistently eluded my attempts at
reproducing it reliably, but I keep seeing it.
I can confirm it seems to affect
Chromium-based browsers only.
schrieb am Mi. 26. Feb. 2020 um 21:16:
I have seen this issue with JAWS 2020. It
happens to me quite frequently on Amazon. I
have seen it with NVDA as well but not quite
as often. I mainly see this behavior in
chromium based browsers. I have not noticed
it in Firefox.
> On Feb 26, 2020, at 2:09 PM, Don H <lmddh50@...>
> Some say that the problem with web
pages not refreshing is a browser problem
and not a NVDA issue. I just went to
several web pages using Google Chrome and
Jaws 2020 and the web pages refreshed as
they should. So for me anyway it seems to be
a NVDA issue.
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