I would like to make the observation that whenever Firefox crashes or
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NVDA starts acting sluggishly, restarting NVDA immediately calms the
situation down. I was having to restart my computer every day, and now
I can go back to doing it once or twice a week. You have to do it
quickly though, because if you wait too long after the crash the
computer grinds to a screeching halt.
Just some experiences, Maria
On 4/8/21, Bob Cavanaugh <email@example.com> wrote:
Perhaps I should have explained better. My method was as follows:
Control+Alt+N to restart NVDA.
When that didn't work, I switched windows a few times, then in an
attempt to get things to work as expected, started closing Firefox
windows. It was around this time I thought my computer had frozen
which it has had a tendency to do lately, but before I decided to hard
reboot, I fired up Narrator and discovered that pressing Alt+F4 had in
fact been closing windows as expected, but NVDA must have crashed as
it quit speaking.
On 4/8/21, Luke Davis <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
On Thu, 8 Apr 2021, Bob Cavanaugh wrote:
around for a few minutes then crashed. I was only made aware of thisCan you explain that more? To my knowledge, the key sequence to close
by firing up Narrator and discovering that I had been closing Firefox
windows all along.
quite dissimilar to the one for closing Firefox windows.
I find your lack of specificity disturbing. :)