Re: NVDA keyboard help please
I doubt you did anything. There is no single command to take the action that has happened. I think it is very likely that you are having a problem I have off and on. All my modifier keys stop working.
Unload the program and run it again. To unload it, open the system tray, Windows key b, and type n until you get to the NVDA icon.
Open the context menu however you usually do it. Up arrow to exitand press enter. Then, press it again in a moment.
Now, run NVDA again. The probem will very likely be solved.
I don't know how many people have this problem and how often. I use Windows 7 so I haven't reported the problem. I have no idea if I would have it or have it at all often in Windows 10.
I am not sure how I did this, but I disabled my NVDA keys, not only numlock zero key, but as if that wasn't enough, the capslock key also. How can I restore that? Thank you so much.