That is because some think that work arounds are solutions to problems. So the real problem never gets fixed and when asked why not? Answer you got a work around that works.
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On 10/24/2021 5:19 AM, Bhavya shah wrote:
* It seems like some other users share my experience of the Bluetooth
Audio add-on being ineffectual. Is the add-ons community aware of this
* I did find White Noise on nvda-addons.org. Is this a generally
reliable add-on repository, and in particular, is this add-on known to
be safe? I have not heard of it before so am hoping to make sure.
* I had to look around a little bit, but for reference, the Silenzio
program seems to be available from
have not downloaded it myself so cannout personally vouch for it yet.
* I skimmed through the GitHub tracker, and based on a perfunctory
scan of #5172, #10829, and #11024, it seems like this is regarded as a
solved problem, which I don't think is my experience and that of some
other participants in this thread.
On 10/22/21, Gene <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Try Silenzio. I don’t know how the plugin works you tried. Silenzio sends
inaudible sound through the system to keep the audio from going to sleep.
From: Luke Robinett
Sent: Friday, October 22, 2021 3:45 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Initial Speech Cutoff Using Bluetooth Headphones and
Yes. I continue to have that same problem with my AirPods despite installing
the NVDA Bluetooth plug-in. It seems to have had no effect whatsoever. I’ve
given up on this set up and just use a pair of wired headphones now. It’s
unfortunate that such a simple thing can’t be made reliable but it is what
it is, I guess.
On Oct 22, 2021, at 10:41 AM, Bhavya shah <email@example.com>
I am currently using NVDA 2021.2 with the Bluetooth Audio add-on
installed and enabled on a Windows 10 machine. With it, I am using a
pair of Bluetooth headphones with my laptop, both of which are
Bluetooth 5.0 compatible. Still, from time to time, especially when I
am reading short stringgs like an alphabet or a monosyllable, the
initial bit of the speech is cut off. Are there any ways to minimize
the cutoff or fix it entirely? Please let me know.
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