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Hi Quinton, NVDA, A still works, but I thought it might have changed to an improved way. I did restart the computer after updating. I’ve always thought that NVDA, A was awkward, but I’m used to it now. I should go check What’s New after any update. I’ve done it, but there are so many new steps that I usually can’t find what I’m looking for. Maybe I’m just a lazy old thing. Lololol.
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Re: [nvda] News – NV Access - NVDA 2020.3 Released #NVAccessNewsFeed
If you have NVDA setup in laptop keyboard layout, then NVDA+A should still work for say all. If you are using NVDA in desktop keyboard layout, then the keystroke is NVDA+down arrow.
If you press NVDA+control+k it opens NVDA's keyboard settings and you can check or change your keyboard layout.
Finally, if you find it's not working, have you restarted the PC since you updated NVDA? Try that first and see if it comes back again.
What are you using for Say All now? Are you still supposed to use NVDA, A or another set of keys.
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I just updated my NVDA.
Works great 😀
I love the new feature where the touch interaction can be toggled on and off.
And NVDA definitely seems more responsive.
I am currently using Microsoft word and NVDA seems more responsive while typing, reading character by character, etc.
I love it 😀
It's working great here too. I love the snappy response too.
On 10/13/2020 9:35 AM, Sharni-Lee Ward wrote:
Just updated! Everything is so so much more responsive now! It responds to my typing faster than it used to in older versions before the update to Python 3!
I've only noticed one thing so far, and it's not necessarily a bad thing either, just something new to adjust to. The pauses after periods are shorter. Sentences feel closer together than they did before when reading. Again, this is something I could become accustomed to with time, and isn't necessarily a problem. I do like the snappy response time very much. :)
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