toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
I think the problem will probably be fixed at some point. It will
be interesting to find out what caused it, if we are ever informed.
JAWS reads the status line. I wonder what changed to cause NVDA not
to read it when the command is used.
The message below yours, Ron, is my message discussing how to cause
NVDA not to check for new versions. I want to avoid confusion. I
don't want people to think that I was describing how to tell
Thunderbird not to check for new versions.
On 8/9/2022 1:37 PM, Ron Canazzi wrote:
Well since I am receiving conflicting information (from other
lists) concerning Thunderbird accessibility, I installed a
portable version of 102.1.1 and told it to check for updates.
When the updates are downloaded and installed, I can see what if
any accessibility issues remain or have been addressed. When I am
sure that they all if they ever are, then I will install the
permanent version to my system.
As of now 102.1.1 still has issues with the status bar. We shall
On 8/9/2022 12:59 PM, Gene wrote:
I am running the portable version I want not to check for
updates, I set it not to do so in the general settings, just as
you can in the installed version. I also uncheck the check box
not to notify me of updates at startup. I am never asked.
On 8/9/2022 11:51 AM, Brian Vogel
On Tue, Aug 9,
2022 at 12:08 PM, Joseph Lee wrote:
As installed and portable copies are identical,
portable copies DO support updating to a newer version of
This being the case, is there a way to create a .bat file with
a command line invocation of NVDA that would tell it not to
check for updates. I haven't needed to create archival
portables for some time, but when I do I don't even want them
to ask me about updating them. The main reason, besides
needing NVDA briefly on a machine where I choose not to
install it, that I create portable copies is to "freeze that
version in time."
Brian - Windows
10, 64-Bit, Version 21H2, Build 19044
between a top-flight creative man and the hack is his
ability to express powerful meanings indirectly.
For a nation to admit it has done grievous wrongs and will strive to correct them for the betterment of all is no vice;
For a nation to claim it has always been great, needs no improvement and to cling to its past achievements is no virtue!