Re: Tip for canceling an Amazon subscription using NVDA & Windows 10



           What follows is not aimed personally, but yours is an example of something I'm trying to cut down on.

            For those who have additions to a topic they previously started, and that topic was started within the last several days, please post those additions on the original topic.  Using a new subject line splits the second topic out from the first, and those following a topic will generally keep reading any time a new message comes through in regard to it.

            So if, for instance, you start a topic requesting help on a specific thing, entitled, "Help with {specific thing}", that you later find a solution for yourself, please do not post a separate topic, "Solved: Help with {specific thing}."   Just add your solved message to the end of the ongoing topic, "Help with {specific thing}.  It keeps all information related to a specific instance of a specific issue bundled up in one tidy package, which is really helpful for those searching the archive in the future.

             I have already merged this back into the original topic, Tip for canceling an Amazon subscription using NVDA & Windows 10

Brian - Windows 10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 1909, Build 18363  

Power is being told you're not loved and not being destroyed by it.

       ~ Madonna



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