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Well the same drama hit audiogames forum.
No one will be leaving nvda, I mean brousers get updates, windows
gets updates to get in line with things.
Python is a versatile language and still good for what it is.
But yeah something does need to be handled where older addons
could just work unless they really need updating.
On 21/10/2021 10:44 am, Jujube wrote:
I 100% agree. There is no reason to get paranoid
this quickly, 2022.1 is still months away and I'm sure addons
will be compatible by the time 2022.1 is released. I also
commend the developers for doing the absolute best they can.
On Wed, Oct 20, 2021 at 2:40
PM Governor staten <govsta@...
Such is life with software, especially that of the alpha
kind. In order to move forward, things are changed. This,
unfortunately, breaks backwards compatibility.
I will commend the devs herein. They quickly resolve
these issues. You know that this is alpha software. They
let you know that things can, and do, break.
On 10/20/2021 5:23 PM, Carlos wrote:
Today I downloaded the alpha version
of nvda 2022.1. And, once again add-ons will need to be
updated to work with nvda 2022.1.
Someone really needs to come up with some kind of add-ons
patch that will make "All!" add-ons work with
current/future versions of nvda! Otherwise, the use of
add-ons will become very impractical!
I wonder if at some point breaking add-ons compatibility
will have an effect on the usability of nvda as a usable
NVDA is taking a very big risk in annoying users by
constantly breaking add-ons compatibility! At some point
nvda users will grow tired of all this nonsense. And, will
just walk away from nvda. And, those who depend on nvda
for their daily use will be without a free open source
Maybe its time for nvda to be taken over by developers
that will know how to better handle upgrading nvda while
keeping add-ons compatible for all users!
And, maybe its time to move away from python as it is the
cause of all these add-ons breaking their compatibility?