Re: Station playlist
Afik Souffir <afik.souffir@...>
Thanks, I did subscribed to it and I do have the dev version.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> On Behalf Of Joseph Lee
Sent: Friday, September 25, 2020 9:26 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Station playlist
Go to community add-ons website, select StationPlaylist, and download the development version. Also, subscribe to NvDA-SPL list located at:
Usually I do not announce development build announcements on this list so folks will not be overwhelmed. Note that these development builds are really bleeding-edge builds, sometimes requiring most recent NVDA stable version (or in some cases, beta or even alpha releases). I’ll make an important announcement about development builds as part of an upcoming SPL add-on release announcement.
How can I test the add on?
To name an encoder, when an encoder is focused, press Alt+NVDA+0 to open encoder settings dialog for the selected encoder. The first option will be “encoder label” and you can use this field to label your encoder whatever you like. To remove an encoder label, go to the encoder with the label you wish to delete, press Alt+NVDA+0, then delete whatever is shown on “encoder label” field.
In the past an encoder labeler command was provided (F12) to open a dialog dedicated to labeling encoders. This was removed in a recent add-on release. F12 command is coming back this November to open encoder settings dialog (currently being tested by our testers).
how do you name an encoder using NVDA?
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