Re: What Is The Proper Way To Display Icons On the System Tray In Windows 11 As Concerns NVDA
If you can’t get to the system tray icon in a convenient way, you may be able to get to the volume control by typing sndvol in the start menu search.
Also, you can make a short cut to the volume control on the desktop and assign a shortcut key.
Thanks to all who gave information about the icons on the system tray.
The Molsem advice works--but is a bit clumsy. I do in fact even see the
volume icon but I must go all the way one direction (left arrow) and
follow by all the way (right arrow) to get it to display. Once it
shows, I can use the context key to access the various functions.
The volume icon and a few others do not show up when using the NVDA add
on (NVDA key + F11) keystroke.
On 11/14/2021 10:00 AM, Ron Canazzi wrote:
> Hi Group,
> Shortly after I upgraded to Windows 11, I have had an issue when
> trying to review items on the system tray. I don't see all of them
> that should appear. somehow (and I don't think it was immediately
> after installation of Windows 11--but maybe a day or so later) all I
> see if 5 icons and when I get to the network icon, what seems to be
> happening is that for some reason I lose focus on the system tray and
> wind up on the taskbar.
> I must have accidentally changed something in some manner to
> hide/conceal icons on the taskbar. So what are the proper settings
> that will display all the icons I want to see on the system tray? In
> particular, I cannot access the volume icon on the system tray.
> This issue occurs both with the Windows command Windows key + B and
> with the add on for NVDA which uses the JAWS similar keystroke NVDA +
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