Re: Sleep mode
So I gather I can’t put sleepMode=True in an ini file named after the app?
Not a problem, however. I know I can handle what you suggest.
Actually, what I’m using it for is the VBNS (Virtual Braille ‘n Speak) emulator. You wrote something similar, and I think it put NVDA to sleep automatically.
Anyway, I will try what you suggest, as I want NVDA to go to sleep upon launch of DOSBOX-X.EXE and wake up after I exit or alt-tab away.
Or, I think your program is in the Talking DosBox distro, so I may just grab it and run it.
Thanks much, since this allows me to experiment with both without worrying about using NVDA+shift+S each time I launch the program.
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From: Tyler Spivey
Sent: Tuesday, February 23, 2021 11:26 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Sleep mode
The easiest way to do this is to enable the scratchpad in NVDA's
then create a file in appModules called appname.py, where appname is the
name of your executable without the extension. Put this in it:
You can also create an addon, which would be the better option if you
wanted to redistribute this, but that's a bit more involved.
On 2/23/2021 8:02 PM, Joseph Norton wrote:
> Hi listers:
> I have a program which uses NVDA's speech, but, doesn't use any other
> part of the program.
> Is there any way to have NVDA automatically go into sleep mode when a
> certain application is running?
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