Re: NVDA keyboard help please


Andre Fisher
 

Hi.

Just as I thought this wasn't possible, because it never used to be, I tried it and it can definitely happen. So, your best bet is to press Windows+B, search for the NVDA icon and click it (Applications or Enter worked on my end, then go to the settings and set up your NVDA modifier key.

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