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I figured out how to stop the Add-on Updater from checking
BrowserNav, and Tony's enhancements for updates.
Under NVDA Settings -> Add-on Updater -> Do not Update Add
ons [List]. Checked the boxes for the 2 add ons in question and no
more false update alert.
On 6/15/2020 5:57 PM, Kenny via
I'm using NVDA Version: 2020.1.
I downloaded the files for installing Tony's add-ons directly
from his Github page. Not sure if those versions are newer then
the one's NVDA are pointing too in the Updater.
They're definitely older for the Browser Nav 1.9 version that
the updater wants me to install doesn't have the newly added
"Browser Marks" option Tony introduced a few weeks ago. The 1.11
version I have installed does.
Maybe it's just my PC then. I'll just keep closing the add-on
updater notice when it pops up. It's just annoying me somewhat.
On 6/15/2020 4:27 PM, Brian Vogel
You do not mention what version of NVDA you're using. That
matters, as "the newest" is, as far as add-ons go, "the newest
compatible with the NVDA you're running."
The Browser Nav page notes that the last version compatible with
NVDA 2019.X is Browser Nav version 1.1. I believe version 1.9
is compatible with 2020.X (even though the actual add-on page
for the stable version is still showing several versions back).
The latest stable version of Tony's Enhancements is 1.4, and
Add-On Updater does not deal with development versions. And
even the development page for that add-on only has a link to
version 1.4. I can find absolutely no reference to a Version
1.7 being "live" anywhere.
You can always uninstall the add-ons, then manually download and
reinstall them. It could be that will cure the problem going
Brian - Windows 10
Pro, 64-Bit, Version
1909, Build 18363
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