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Would it be better for me to roll back my NVDA then? Or should I
stick this out and hope improvements come along eventually? I can
assure you I didn't have this problem before I updated, but I was
concerned the minor accessibility issues I was having might be due
to my having an outdated version of NVDA on my system.
On 7/08/2020 2:36 am, Joseph Lee wrote:
Part of these have to do with speech
refactor. Python 3.7 did contribute somewhat, but we’re
basically talking about multiple changes at once. At the
moment NV Access folks are working hard on improving
performance and fixing outstanding Office usability bugs.
Unfortunately, the old stability disappeared with the move to
I have an Issue about this. But the NVDA team said this would
be a difficult / complex process.
Nothing can be done right now.
On 06/08/2020 07:49, Sharni-Lee Ward
So I just
finally decided to brave the Python 3 hurdle, and updated
from 2019.2.1 to 2020.2. I've updated the addons I could and
wanted to keep, and they're both working fine.
I am, however, having an odd little issue with the synth's
speech. I'm using ESpeak NG, and the latest NVDA. I'm on
My issue is that occasionally, most often at the ends of
sentences and on the word image in the context of that being
an object, the speech will break up slightly, for a brief
but noticeable fraction of a second. It happens irregularly,
and I don't know what to do to fix it. I asked on a Discord
server I'm a member of, and someone there told me to switch
audio output from Microsoft Sound Mapper to my
speakers/headphones. I did this, but it hasn't helped.
I've also noticed a slight but noticeable lag when deleting
characters, and in single-letter navigation. In the latter,
It takes most of a second before NVDA announces the item the
cursor has moved to after the letter was pressed.
Any help regarding these issues would be sincerely
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