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Well skype uwp is going away for good.
It seems that microsoft has decided to just write desktop apps
and have them convert to uwp rather than writing uwp apps as they
used to do.
I am not against this sort of thing as the old uwp platform is a
bit hit and miss.
On 12/04/2020 11:37 am, Jason White via
It is my understanding that the current
version of Skype is based on Electron, which uses Chromium
internally. So is Microsoft Teams.
Hello Ilana and all!
Agreed! Firefox is more stable when it comes to
accessibility according to my experience also. Chrome is
getting there I think. My issue with Chrome here that I
really think that such a problem shouldn't found its way to
the release version. This tells that Google isn't doing
enough accessibility QA on Chrome I think, Which is really
depressing! I have 4 apps installed on my system which are
based on Chrome, besides Chrome itself of course. Those apps
have bugs which originates from bugs in Chromium. What I am
trying to say is that Google needs to be more careful in my
opinion to not release versions of the software with bugs
that affects the user experience, as much as they can of
course, because those bugs will be present in other apps
based on Chromium.
I think that skype soon will follow
this trend and become a Chromium based app also, so this
approach is gaining more and more popularity.
As far as reading PDF files I
am strongly recommend reading with dedicated PDF
readers especially with Adobe reader .
From my experience I think
that Mozilla Firefox is the best browser ever as far
as Accessibility and also security best support.
Sorry Google love you, but on
other apps …
יום ה׳, 9 באפר׳ 2020 ב-20:03 מאת Brian Vogel <britechguy@...>:
On Thu, Apr 9, 2020 at 12:35 PM,
mohammad suliman wrote:
I have reported it on Chromium
And a huge, massively huge thank
you from me for having done so!! Now if others
activate that link, navigate to what NVDA announces as
the "Star border" button (I think) and continues to
say "to star this issue," and activates that button,
we'll be getting somewhere.
In addition to bug reports like this, which are vital,
the mechanisms that allow other users to effectively
make the statement, "Hey, I've got this issue, too,"
by using them is what makes an issue bubble up in the
priority for attention queue.
Brian - Windows
10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 1909, Build 18363
Power is being told you're not loved
and not being destroyed by it.