Re: problems with nvda
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What? I thought clip speak doesn’t work for the latest version of NVDA. I uninstalled it thinking it will not work. I’ll try to get it back.
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From: hurrikennyandopo ...
Sent: March 25, 2020 2:02 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] problems with nvda
if i remember right there was a add on called clip speak which would do
some thing strange like that.
I would go to copy a file but it would not copy it or some times it
would then i could paste it.
But have nto used it for a long time so that bug might of been fixed.
I am sure it was that add on? if you have it disabled it then try and
copy a file etc and see if it does the job if yes properly a few times
then re enable the add on and see it it mucks up again..
Then if that is the case it is that add on.
I think it might of been based off the fake clipboard add on?
If it does
On 26/03/2020 9:41 am, Marisane Moruthanyana wrote:
> Hi nvda gurus
> I trust you are well even in this era of corona.
> I have been facing challenges with nvda over the past few days.
> nvda does behave strangely.
> When I cut a file from one location to another, the file does not get cut.
> Even when I am sure that I did cut it, it remains in the original
> location as if I copied it.
> This is confusing to be told 'replace the file' which one is sure one
> has cut from the original location.
> What is wrong here?
> I am convinced that it is not Windows but nvda, because jaws does not do that.
> Your assistance is appreciated in this regard.