Re: can't read items in folder


Don H
 

When I posted the original question I indicated that I was running the
latest released version of Win 10 and NVDA. I was not talking about the
Windows update screen but not being able to work through the entries in
such folders as the documents and download folders. It appears that
this is a NvDA issue as closing and restarting NVDA seems to resolve the
issue but I could be wrong about that.

On 8/14/2022 11:10 AM, Brian Vogel wrote:
On Sun, Aug 14, 2022 at 11:56 AM, Joseph Lee wrote:

This is more pronounced on Windows 11 21H2 (original release; I
know, this will get complicated for a whiel), resolved in upcoming
Windows 11 22H2 (for this reason, I stronlgy recommend anyone
running Windows 10 and 11 to tell us exactly which release they are
using so people will not get confused).

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And I thank you for pointing out, and very clearly, that there are times
when something is Windows-based, and under which specific Windows
versions those issues occur.

This also points out why, in the age of Windows As A Service, that
keeping up-to-date is important.  Things identified as issues do get
fixed, but that fix comes in the form of an update, very often a Feature
Update.

I really would encourage those interested in having the information
about Windows (and/or NVDA and/or anything else they think pertinent) as
a part of every message they post to Groups.io to look into the
Signature feature on your personal Groups.io Subscription page.  You can
choose to have that signature attached when posting from the web,
posting using email, or both.  I've been including my Windows
information for years now after my name in my signature, so that exact
version and build information is available when it's needed.  I don't do
the same for NVDA because the versions change more frequently and 6-8
characters is not terribly difficult to type when that information needs
to be shared.
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Brian -Windows 10, 64-Bit, Version 21H2, Build 19044

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