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Hey Luke, as long as your Mac is an Intel-based Mac, you will have no problem running NVDA with windows 10 on BootCamp. Although my primary screenreader of choice is jaws, I am familiar with NVDA, and do follow this list. I think you’ll find that most max running on Boot Camp run better than most Windows PC‘s. your NVDA modifier can be said to caps, and you can also use an external keyboard if you need to. If you have any questions, or need a little assistance, you are more than welcome to mail me off list.
On Jul 9, 2021, at 12:31 AM, Shaun Everiss <sm.everiss@...> wrote:
Obviously your work spares no expence, macs are powerhhouses.
However, maybe ask them nicely if you can please use a standard
pc instead unless of course they want to develop on macs.
If not ask them to buy vmware workstation and run that or the
playeror fusion or something but really you probably will want a
I consulted Google before sending this but
I only came across this situation for NVDA testing purposes so
I don’t want to presume that information also applies to the
end user experience. I accepted a new developer job and found
out today my new employer is shipping me a MacBook Pro as my
work computer. This was surprising considering we’ll be
developing in C#.Net in Visual Studio, an IDE for which I do
not believe there is even a Mac version at this time. Sounds
like we’ll be using BootCamp or something similar. I have zero
experience with Macs and am terrified this is going to be a
huge and unexpected learning curve that will slow down my
onboarding. Anyway, is it possible to use NVDA in a Windows
mode of Mac and does it work just like on a real PC? One of
those articles I skimmed mentioned that the Mac doesn’t have
an Insert key, the default NVDA key and that there might be
some other keyboard discrepancies, but I would plan on just
connecting an external Windows-style keyboard anyway, provided
that will work. Any reassurance, tips or guidance on this
would be hugely appreciated. I’ve already resigned from my
current company and will be starting the new job in two weeks
so I’m kind of freaking out right now, Ha.