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Sounds like we share some common interests. I’m into coding and music production and use many of the same apps you mentioned, including reaper and VS code. Let me know if you want to collaborate sometime, be it musical or technical.
On Sep 21, 2020, at 4:07 PM, Jaffar Sidek <jaffar.sidek10@...> wrote:
Hi Quentin. The main factor which influences me to choose NVDA
is that it doesn't take as much computer resources as Jaws does.
This enables me to use NVDA more for intensive computer work like
Music production and Games development with the Reaper DAW and
IDES like Visual Studio and Visual Studio Code, and especially
with Android Studio. Thanks to the NVDA team for all your hard
work and dedication in constantly improving NVDA, and all the
benifit of the Blind community. Cheers!
on 22/9/2020 6:53 am, Cearbhall O'Meadhra wrote:
I use NVDA for all my work. It is a great
program and I prefer it to JAWS. I was with JAWS all the way
sonce DOS days but NVDA seems so much lighter and adaptable.
Weel doen team!
All the best,
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