Re: Thunderbird and nvda alpha snapshot


bering.p
 

Hi.
I am sorry to have published a message not only not respecting the instructions of the list, but in addition with a totally off-list subject.
It won't happen again because I'm thinking of leaving her because she's getting a lot restrictive.
My only intention was, before polluting the nvda-devl development list, to check if I was alone in this situation.
Since the log I provided is from a clean portable NVDA installation, it is in no way likely to provide private information.
Best regards.
Paul.
Le 04/03/2022 16:12, Brian Vogel a écrit :

Paul,

I would ask that you please adhere to the oft-repeated request from group administration that logs not be posted to the NVDA group.  These should be exchanged privately when requested.

As a side note, communication about alpha snapshots is really not best placed here at all.  That's a development issue, really.  Until any NVDA has been released to the public at large in a beta or release candidate guise, it's really not, strictly speaking, on-topic here.  All sorts of bugs, and the need to report them during testing, is part and parcel of using alpha builds in particular.  But there are channels dedicated to that feedback and the NVDA main group is not among those.
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