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Yeah, I get this sometimes usually on system startup.
nvda control n will not work, menu up but not read hit it again,
menu will go away but no read.
Fix, wait for a bit and it will fix itself or click nvda icon in
the tray then it read then the keys work again.
Crash on brousers and half of it freezes.
If you restart nvda it will be fine, it will log a freeze though.
notification tree going unknown.
Usually its a crash where another program has exited then crashed
and not exited properly.
Not sure how to get all this to work right but nvda has been at
least a lot better with the last 2.
But put the system under stress and yeah it can happen.
Remember that when nvda starts, don't immediately do something
especially after a windows startup as the system may not be fully
Even with my flash ssd systems I have not everything is running
and some stuff may take time to pop up.
On 21/08/2020 9:46 am, Brandon Cole
I come seeking assistance with an NVDA bug
that has recently sprung up. For some reason, NVDA will no
longer read any of its own dialogs. The NVDA menu, the quit
NVDA dialog, and so on. Furthermore, these dialogs no longer
seem to have titles at all, let alone much content in them.
Running NVDA whilst also running Jaws just to be sure showed
me this. When bringing up the NVDA menu, NVDA said nothing at
all, but even Jaws only said “submenu, submenu, submenu” as I
browsed through the items. What’s more, anything that had an
associated hot key didn’t seem to have one. Instead of saying
Alt Plus T or Alt Plus B for example, what I heard was “Alt
Plus…” And then simply nothing. I even uninstalled NVDA and
reinstalled it, only to discover the issue persisted even
during the reinstallation. It is a very disconcerting bug, and
I am desperately hoping someone else has heard of this before.
Thanks for any help you can provide. One final note for
whatever it’s worth, this bug only seems to affect NVDA. Jaws
is just fine.