Re: NVDA failed to install


Luke Davis
 

Arlene wrote:

Yes, that’s what I do. I turn it off. Then once I install the program I want. Then I turn it back on and put it to 65 or whatever it is I have it at.
This is utterly baffling to me. Why in the world would you do that?

It is so much more work than just selecting yes, or pressing Alt+Y, at the periodic UAC prompt while installing something.

If you have NVDA set to run on secure screens (NVDA General settings), the dialogs will speak normally, and you can interact with them just fine.

Luke

Join nvda@nvda.groups.io to automatically receive all group messages.