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This would also bring up the obligation of developers to support
obsolete software, such as win 7/8, and soon to be 8.1
On 9/5/2020 11:55 AM, Joseph Lee wrote:
On one hand, a dedicated API to turn off
enhancements may solve this issue (which to me is a symptom).
But I would imagine people using older Windows releases or
driver versions would ask NVDA developers to “backport” this
for older releases (it’ll take a long thread to describe the
process involved). There are other factors such as which
enhancements are really on, synthesizer preferences, driver
versions and such as it can become a sea of related (and
possibly unrelated) discourse.
I really think it would be benefitial though. Audio effects
probably were not designed to be used or to enhance screen
reader use. Also, there only a handful of companies producing
the intigrated audio chips, and discrete cards.
On 9/5/2020 11:40 AM, Joseph Lee wrote:
This will require a close collaboration
with sound card manufacturers and driver providers so an API
set can be created to control this behavior.
What I think would be extremely useful, is if microsoft
added a screen reader flag or something that automatically
would disable all enhancements for audio cards. Often I have
read on many laptops that the control panels for disabling
these aren't usually accessible. NVDA then could have an
option to disable them when the screen reader is enabled.
On 9/5/2020 11:28 AM, Joseph Lee wrote:
Specifically, this and some related
fixes are going through testing phase at the moment.
This is due to enhancements, and computer putting audio
card to sleep. Stable NVDA will enclude a fix for this,
but until then there are programs etc to download to stop
On 8/30/2020 2:26 PM, UMIT ERDEM
I use usbheadphone not bluethoot but
When you mentioned it, I relized that the problem
disappears when I disconnect my headphone. I donwloaded
the addon and it seems to work.
thank you very much.