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I didn't have to install or do anything with mine. I connected it, and NVDA automatically recognized it. Oh and by the way, I'm an Overseas NLS member, thus the NLS Overseas library is one of those pilot-testing it as well.
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El 22 jun 2021, a la(s) 1:32 p.m., Michael Munn <michaelrbms@...> escribió:
Hi Ken, here is the braille braille driver that you need to select with in the NVDA braille settings.
The driver's name is called nls EReader.
I hope that helps.
Best re gards
Member: Virginia Association of Blind Students www.nfbv.org
Student of: Hadley Institute for the Blind www.hadley.edu
On Jun 22, 2021, at 14:23, ken lawrence via groups.io <kenlawrence124@...> wrote:
Hi listers ken here. I’m currently pilot testing the new NLS braille ereader made by humanware for the library of congress talking and braille book program here in the states. The device can also connect via USB to a computer. I already know how to connect it but I need to know how and what braille settings to use with NVDA since I have the current version I intend to take this baby for a test drive on the computer. Have already done it with the iPhone. And it looks like humanware has knocked one out of the park again.
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