I found it but it is not accessible.
On 5/23/2022 8:00 AM, Ron Canazzi
When Joseph refers to other apps such as Windows 10/11 Alarms and
Clock app, is this an NVDA app or is it something built into
On 5/23/2022 4:33 AM, Joseph Lee
I see that Clock and Calendar add-on is
not showing as compatible with just released NVDA 2022.1.
There is a story to that:
A few months ago, folks from NVDA add-ons
community reached out to the original author of Clock add-on
about add-on maintenance, and the author noted that he will
not be able to maintain it. I, the last known maintainer of
this add-on, have long ago abandoned maintenance of this
add-on (back in December 2021) with no plans for NVDA 2022.1
compatibility then. The add-ons community was and still is
looking for maintainers of this add-on. But for now:
I hereby announce that Clock and Calendar
add-on is abandoned and end of support. There are no plans
for future releases, and compatibility with future NVDA
releases cannot be guaranteed. Please use alternatives such
as Windows 10 and 11 Alarms and Clock app or other apps and
services offering time keeping/calendar/stopwatch/timer
features. The add-on may become supported again if new
maintainers step forward to maintain this add-on.
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