Thanks for the addon.
Regarding the function description, I would like a more
detailed explainnation on the following part:
I dont understand what Dynamic keystrokes is for or how does it
work. Could anyone explain that to me?
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This was just posted on the community add ons site so I
thought that I would share it here.
random aside, The mods can add the NV Access and NVDA
community add on RSS feeds to this group if they wish, but
below is the page.
This add on has a lot of enhancements bundled into 1 add on
so it would be best to just read the add on description.
• Authors: Tony Malykh
• Download stable version
• NVDA compatibility: 2019.3
This add-on contains a number of small improvements to NVDA
screen reader, each of them too small to deserve a separate
This add-on is only compatible with NVDA versions 2019.3 and
Enhanced table navigation commands
• Control+Alt+Home/End - jump to the first/last column in the
table. • Control+Alt+PageUp/PageDown - jump to the first/last
row in the table. • NVDA+Control+digit - jump to
1st/2nd/3rd/... 10th column in the table. • NVDA+Alt+digit -
jump to 1st/2nd/3rd/... 10th row in the table. •
NVDA+Shift+DownArrow - read current column in the table
starting from current cell down.
You can assign certain keystrokes to be dynamic. After
issuing such a keystroke, NVDA will be checking currently
focused window for any updates and if the line is updated,
NVDA will speak it automatically. For example, certain
keystrokes in text editors should be marked dynamic, such as
Jump to bookmark, jump to another line and debugging
keystrokes,such as step into/step over. The format of dynamic
keystrokes table is simple: every line contains a rule in the
following format: appName keystroke where appName is the name
of the application where this keystroke is marked dynamic (or
* to b marked dynamic in all applications), andkeystroke is a
keystroke in NVDA format, for example,
Real-time console output
This option is disabled by default and must be enabled in the
This option makes NVDA to speak new lines immediately as they
appear in console output, instead of queueing new speech
There is also an option to beep on command line updates -
this would give you a better idea when new lines are printed
in the console.
Beep when NVDA is busy
Check this option for NVDA to provide audio feedback when
NVDA is busy. NVDA being busy does not necessarily indicate a
problem with NVDA, but rather this is a signal to the user
that any NVDA commands will not be processed immediately. NVDA
volume • NVDA+Control+PageUp/PageDown - adjust NVDA volume.
This option controls the volume of NVDA speech as well as all
the other sounds and beeps produced by NVDA. The advantage of
this option compared to adjusting volume of a speech
synthesizer, is that it affects the volume of all the beeps
proportionally. Blocking double insert keystroke In NVDA
pressing Insert key twice in a row toggles insert mode in
applications. However, sometimes it happens accidentally and
it triggers insert mode. Since this is a special keystroke, it
cannot be disabled in the settings. This add-on provides a way
to block this keyboard shortcut. When double insert is
blocked, insert mode can stil be toggled by pressing NVDA+F2
and then Insert. This option is disabled by default and must
be enabled in the settings. Last edited Thu Apr 2 07:50:13