Re: code factory voices

Steve Wettlaufer

The new version should install over top of the old one.  I've never had to remove the old one first.  You shouldn't have to deactivate your license key either, although some people do that just to be safe.  But generally speaking, unless you're changing something major about your system that goes far beyond an NVDA update, I've found there's no need to do that.


On 2022-08-13 6:45 a.m., The Gamages via wrote:

Hello Quentin and Steve,

Thank you for that information, I have downloaded the program and am ready to install, do I need to uninstall my license key before installing the new version?  will the new version install over the old one? in other words, do I* need to uninstal the old version before installing the new one?

Thank you for your help with all this, I am most grateful.

Best Regards, Jim.

 On 12/08/2022 13:00, Quentin Christensen wrote:
Hi Jim,

The Code Factory voices were updated around the same time NVDA 2022.1 came out.  You can download the updated voices at:

Note if you are using any other add-ons which weren't compatible with NVDA 2022.1, please check as they may also have been updated.

There is an add-on updater add-on which can help keep add-ons updated.

Kind regards


On Fri, Aug 12, 2022 at 9:53 PM The Gamages via <> wrote:

Some time agoI got a mnessage frrom NVDA to say that my code factory
voices would not work with the next version of NVDA, so I haven't
updated NVDA since, I have  some questions before I do something about it.

1. Do I need to purchase a new package?

2. can I just purchase a new license?

If I have to purchas a new package, will the one which is not an NVDA
add on work with NVDA?

My present package is quite old I suppose, but as it is quite an
expensive item, I am hoping that a product which is independant of NVDA
will not stop working at a later point.

Any clarification will be most appreciated, Thank you.

Best Regards, Jim.

Quentin Christensen
Training and Support Manager


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