Well a lot of issues I have are usually not related to any addon at all.
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The biggest issue is with waterfox 2020.09 and up, not even the developers know.
08 does still crash on some sites but not that many, and the sites it crash on crash in edge, chrome and on some other tablets so they are poorly coded sites and thats about it.
I have latest firmware and security from the manufacturer, of course windows update itself has later stuff than that go figgure, hp doesn't always update unless it needs to.
Still all that being said everything else runs as it should
My issues have to be in conjunction with either my system, or the brouser and nvda itself or all 3 or a certain type of system.
I have noticed it where programs will exit usually pontes media after its finnished a long run.
This will cause nvda to freez but the program has exited just fine so its probably some communication issue with various things.
On 18/11/2020 6:07 pm, Joseph Lee wrote:
What happens when you:
1. Restart with add-ons disabled?
2. Tell NVDA to not accept UIA events from non-focused control? To do this, open NVDA menu/Preferences/Settings/Advanced/check the first box, then check "Enable selective registration for UI Automation events and property changes". Then click OK and RESTART NVDA.
If NVDA works better after running with add-ons off, chances are that it might be an add-on or two that's not working great with NVDA 2020.3 on your system. If selective UIA event registration helps, then it is an interesting data point for I and other developers to ponder throughout the holidays.
From: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> On Behalf Of Jaffar Sidek
Sent: Tuesday, November 17, 2020 9:00 PM
Subject: [nvda] There is something not right about this release of NVDA, but I can't put my finger on it
Hi. The subject says it somewhat but not the whole. I somehow feel that NVDA is not functioning or responding too well, not only with windows 10 itself but with a few apps associated with it. So let's first talk about one of NVDA's most peculiar behaviors.
This is not to say that it is happening on every Windows 10 OS, but it is certainly happening on my 20H2 version of Windows 10.
There are times when NVDA somehow insists on having it full and final
say, so much so that even pressing the Ctrl key won't stop it from
blabbering unnecessarily. This particularly happens when the following
apps are being opened and worked on.
1. Android Studio.
2. Microsoft Visual Studio 2019.
3. the Reaper DAW.
4. Mozilla Thunderbird.
5. Microsoft office, especially with Word.
There is also this tendency to gradually slow down as more and more time
is spent on working on windows, especially when undertaking more
resource intensive work like Music production and programming. It
wasn't like this with early versions.
There are also cases where NVDA and certain Applications don't behave as
expected. I won't go into the mechanics as this is a specific NVDA
list. Suffice it to say that the Reaper DAW that used to be so Pally
with NVDA is not performing as expected, and I don't think it's just
the Osara PlugIn issue either, Osara being the Open Source Access for
the Reaper Application, but perhaps NVDA and Windows 10 may have a say
too. The same is happening with Android Studio. It was a sluggish app
before but still usable. It sometimes slows down to a crawl nowadays,
and only a restart of the program will do.
Now, I am not saying that NVDA is fully culpable, but It could be a
whole series of problems that have cropped up as Windows got to be more
"advanced" and "user friendly". Also, UIA is known to have caused a few
serious accessibility problems, and the need for NVDA to adapt to UIA
bassed apps for accessibility reasons might be problematic as of now.
Reverting to an earlier version of NVDA may indeed cause more of a
problem since I am not sure of the extent to which the MSAA model of
earlier NVDA and Windows versions have been superceeded by the need for
UIA assisted access. So, people who are using their pcs or laptops for
more involved tasks and jobs are in a bit of a no man's land at this time.
Just my two cents worth of concern. Cheers!