Re: windows ten and nvda 2017 versions:
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Luke, Arlene here. I had both versions of NVDA 17.2 all the way to 19 something. But when my windows 7 died I lost all versions. The one I did get back was NVDA 19 something. I didn’t think it would work for windows ten not unless like you said if you were testing addons. It would probably work. I would have given it to Zarah but I lost it when my 7 lost audio and died. I did have it on a thumb drive but when I loaned the drive to my room mate while she was helping her mom they deleted it thinking it would not work for win ten. They installed the 19 version on her mom’s ten box just as they did mine. Oh well. That’s how it goes.
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Sent: June 22, 2020 9:38 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] windows ten and nvda 2017 versions:
thanks so much for your reply!
may i contact you offline and ask some questions in this regard?
however, my favorite version of nvda is 2017.2.
but espeak in 2017.3 is also good,
and there is no difference about espeak between these versions.
On 6/23/20, Luke Davis <luke@...> wrote:
> Arlene, Zahra is correct. I keep a copy of 2017.3 around for add-on testing,
> and its
> basic functions work quite well under Windows 10 up to, at least, Win 10
> However, essential items like the Add-on Updater, and Windows 10 App
> do not work with it, unless you dig up some very old versions.
> Basically it is highly inadvisable to use such an old version of NVDA on
> 10, and there are rarely any good reasons to do so, unless you need to use
> it to
> find bugs for add-ons and things like that.
> I would certainly never use it as my daily screen reader.
> On Tue, 23 Jun 2020, zahra wrote:
>> nvda has support for windows ten since 2015.3!
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with all they contain
in order that
I may disobey God
by depriving an ant
from the husk of a grain of barley,
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