Re: NVDA and Ardour


I have looked at ardour.

The issue is gtk.

Gtk is a linux library, and software made by gtk is not accessible at least not in windows.

Worse to get a copy of this you need to pay for it if you want a full compiled with no limits version.

Of course you can build this yourself but they simply don't tell you how to build this for windows.

I personally wouldn't bother.

On 2/05/2021 1:13 am, Ted Galanos wrote:
I have never heard of Arthur, however, I do provide tutorial services for anyone that wants to learn audacity whether you are a jawsor an NVDA user.

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On May 1, 2021, at 2:33 AM, Luke Davis <luke@...> wrote:

I have not tried it in a decade, and that was under Linux no less, but I found it very inaccessible at that time. I switched to Audacity, which is also totally free.

But the nice thing about totally free software, is that you can try it for yourself and not lose anything but time.


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