Joseph Lee very kindly made the readership aware of this page on June 1, 2021. Here is a repeat of his message:
Hello NVDA users,
Many of you are wondering about whether or not your favorite NVDA add-ons will be ready for NVDA 2021.1. To answer this question, the add-ons community has prepared a status page listing add-ons hosted on community add-ons website and their NVDA 2021.1 compatibility status:
Note that things can change without notice, and the page does not include newly added add-ons; add-ons added to community add-ons website in recent days will be included in the status page soon. Also, I have asked the add-ons community to update this document from time to time whenever backwards incompatible NVDA version enters beta testing phase (I myself will contribute to this document if my add-ons do become compatible with future NVDA releases; I might not be able to update add-ons in a timely manner while taking graduate courses).
As always, feedback about add-ons should be sent to add-on authors.
And I previously noted, on June 8th:
If the add-on you have a question about is not part of the community add-ons page, but is maintained by a third-party, whether that's a company or individual, please direct questions regarding compatibility of these add-ons with NVDA 2021.1 to their respective maintainers. They are the only sources who can give you accurate information about their update/maintenance plans for these add-ons.
If you have information about a third-party or "home grown" add-on being released in a version that is compatible with NVDA 2020.1 after having actually received confirmation of this from its developer, please feel free to share. Also, if a developer tells you a compatible version will not be released, this is useful information for the readership to have. But please consult the above noted page for the compatibility status of Community Add-Ons.
Brian - Windows 10, 64-Bit, Version 21H1, Build 19043
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