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Why you do not configure NVDA in the
client machine to No Speech?
Às 09:52 de 05/10/2021, Charles Adkins
I also am director of broadcast operations at severl stations and
have found NVDA works best. Only thing though, I have to explain
to people why the computer may just start talking alot without
them doing anything lol!!!
On Oct 4, 2021, at 9:03 PM, Jim
Pemberton <pemby@...> wrote:
Being the manager of a radio station, I
have found that NVDA remote is the only really accessible
way of remotely controlling a computer. I’ve tried most
of the remote access software out there, and they all
either have serious limitations, or just don’t work at
all. Team Viewer sort of works in a pinch, but NVDA
remote is the only software I’ve found that allows me to
do everything I need to do, and does not require some one
to be at the sight of the remote PC to let me in.
I sometimes provide technical support
for a sighted friend of my wife to assist her with her
computer. Today she asked if I ever used LogMeIn to
provide remote assistance. I’ve heard of this software but
am wondering if anyone has ever tried using it with NVDA
and if it is accessible? If it is not are there other
remote access solutions which are recommended. If the NVDA
Remote addon is my best solution I’m willing to install it
on her machine but I wanted to see if other mainstream
solutions were equally accessible.
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