I figure they were working on it.
I have to admit I have not been reading everything that came across the list, so there may have been posted some kind of warning about this issue.
Regardless, this is not a showstopper for me.
I am sure NVDA developers had a good reason for the changes that were made, and NVDA’s advantages outweigh any temporary loss of convenience. Choice is a good thing, and NVDA gives us one more choice.
Actually, the thing I like the best about NVDA is that the screen review method is a little similar to the old DOS screen reader ASAP, and that was my number one go-to in my DOS days. I still have my copy of ASAP and pull it out whenever I access a DOS program.
I’ll keep checking CodeFactory’s Web site.