locked Re: nvda caret movement timeout:
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This is a good answer in that you tell a user where to look, but it would be helpful that, if you tae the time to answer, if you can try to provide the answer while also encouraging users to look where the answer can be found. I am a proponent for users looking things up, so if you are a user with a question, please try to take the time to review the user guide or do a quick search of list archives, but if you do take the time to provide an answer and you wish to be helpful, please try to provide a little bit more than just, essentially, look it up. Even a little helps guide a user and makes us seem not so unfriendly of a place to be. If a user seems to constantly be asking questions that have been addressed a number of times, feel free to let us know so that we can have a conversation with that individual, and feel free to refer them to the user guide. This is just a bit of a tip from me. By the way, I am going to respond to all 15 messages to this thread to illustrate what happens when people respond to each message individually, don't provide a clear answer, or say that they are going to find the answer, and Molly, this is not necessarily directed at just you.
On Thu, Mar 5, 2020 at 10:43 AM molly the blind tech lover <brainardmolly@...> wrote:
Ok, so I had a look in the NVDA 2019.3.1 user guide. In the user guide scroll down to where it starts talking about the advanced settings. In one of the headings it explains about caret move time out.
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