On Mon, 6 Jul 2020, Gerardo Corripio wrote:
And which is what I have as well installed since yesterday. Remember I use Windows in Spanish, thus I went into check within the Clipboard subsectionSo your windows language is set to Spanish. What is your NVDA language set to? (NVDA+ctrl+G, first element).
With my Windows language set to English, and my NVDA language set to Spanish (ES), Clipspeak works fine.
Have you checked to be sure the Clipspeak add-on is enabled? If it is enabled, maybe remove it and download and install it again?
This is all in NVDA+n, T, A, enter (English keys).