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You can also open NVDA menu, then go to
Tools, then check for add on updates. This will check for any add
ons that need updating even if the automatic check for updates is
disabled for some reason.
On 4/24/2020 6:15 PM, Sarah k Alawami
If you don't see a check for updates option you
might have to reinstall the add on updater add on. Looks
like somethingn got corrupted on yoru end as I do have a
check for updates option.
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On 24 Apr 2020, at 15:24, Curtis Delzer wrote:
under tools in NVDA, there is no "check for
there is, "manage add-ons," but that is it in this version
I am running.
K 6 V F O
On 4/21/2020 1:42 PM, Kevin Cussick via groups.io wrote:
Hi, nvda tools check for addon updates.
if this is not what Your wanting I have miss understood
and if so sorry just ignore.
On 21/04/2020 19:11, Brian Vogel wrote:
I believe I've asked you this before, and
I apologize for needing to ask again. I have another
machine that I just updated from NVDA 2019.2 to NVDA
2019.3.1. I also intentionally removed and
reinstalled Add-On Updater. All other extant add-ons
are incompatible with 2019.3.1, and I know this.
Add-on Updater did activate yesterday, but
before I did the 2019.3.1 update to NVDA. I am
curious to see what it does with all the incompatible
add-ons, but when I invoke NVDA today it is not coming
up to check them. I know there is some mechanism that
keeps it from checking again for a certain period of
time since we've discussed this before.
I have looked in settings and the
settings specific to Add-on Updater, but I'm not
seeing a button or other control that would force it
to do a check for updates now. Does such exist, and
I'm missing it? If so, would you please describe
where it is and how to invoke it?
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