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Re: OT: Muting threads from the web interface?

Gene
 

I'm too lazy to check the web interface.  How hard is it to open an e-mail and look near the bottom of the message.  If you are reading mail as html, you can use NVdA's search feature for the word mute and search from the top of the message. 
 
Gene

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Tuesday, December 06, 2016 9:42 AM
Subject: [nvda] OT: Muting threads from the web interface?

Hi,

Sorry if this sounds off-topic...

How do I mute a thread on this list from the web interface? I know a link to mute this thread is most likely in my email, but I'm too lazy to open the email, so I want to know if I could mute a thread from the web interface.


Re: NVDA and Open Office

 

well a lot more of the dialogs are read better and, well, in some cases, are actually read whereas in Libreoffice, the autocorrect options tables and check boxes are not read. OpenOffice does not have any accessibility problems but Libreoffice is a better program by far. If you won't be changing a ton of settings then you can stay with LO.


On 12/6/2016 8:54 AM, Jorge Gonçalves wrote:
Hello,

I just got curious from your answer. I am a LibreOffice user.

What does make Open Office more accessible than LibreOffice? What are the main accessibility differences? I am only interested in the Word Processor.

Cheers,
Jorge

Às 14:41 de 06/12/2016, Robert Kingett escreveu:
It works well even if you do not have Java installed. It is more accessible than Libreoffice but Libreoffice is a better program in every other way.









Re: Windows XP support was: RE: [nvda] Is any release prior to the latest stable release, and thenext RC release, officially supported? #NVDARelease

 

i am sure that its true
i dont remember the site but i read it on many websites and i have no doubt.

On 12/6/16, Brian Vogel <@britechguy> wrote:
On Tue, Dec 6, 2016 at 07:30 am, nasrin khaksar wrote:


i read somewhere that xp is supported until 2019
 That is quite simply incorrect.  Microsoft ended all official support for
Windows XP in 2014, and that was extended support.  Base support ended in
2008.  See this official announcement (
https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/windows-xp.aspx ) on
technet.microsoft.com.
--
*Brian*

*Here is a test to find out whether your mission in life is complete.  If
you’re alive, it isn’t.*

   ~ Lauren Bacall
--
we have not sent you but as a mercy to the creation.
holy quran, chapter 21, verse 107.
in the very authentic narration is:
imam hosein is the beacon of light and the ark of salvation.
best website for studying islamic book in different languages
al-islam.org


Re: Windows XP support was: RE: [nvda] Is any release prior to the latest stable release, and thenext RC release, officially supported? #NVDARelease

 

On Tue, Dec 6, 2016 at 07:30 am, nasrin khaksar wrote:
i read somewhere that xp is supported until 2019

 That is quite simply incorrect.  Microsoft ended all official support for Windows XP in 2014, and that was extended support.  Base support ended in 2008.  See this official announcement on technet.microsoft.com.
--
Brian

Here is a test to find out whether your mission in life is complete.  If you’re alive, it isn’t.

    ~ Lauren Bacall

    



OT: Muting threads from the web interface?

 

Hi,

Sorry if this sounds off-topic...

How do I mute a thread on this list from the web interface? I know a link to mute this thread is most likely in my email, but I'm too lazy to open the email, so I want to know if I could mute a thread from the web interface.


Re: Is any release prior to the latest stable release, and thenext RC release, officially supported? #NVDARelease

 

joseph, quentin and all nvda developers,
i remembered that i had jaws 11 on my old cd.
i installed its demo version without any problem with potplayer!
but my graphic card is distroyed and my resolution and colors are
decreased to the lowest level and i could not raise them.
because does not work without uninstallation of jaws!
one of other my friends who has xp, tested for me with nvda 2015.4 and jaws 15.
with jaws was not any problem, but with nvda the result was the same with mine!

On 12/6/16, nasrin khaksar <nasrinkhaksar3@...> wrote:
jacob
yes i tested gomplayer before and i did not have this problem using it.


On 12/6/16, Jacob Kruger <jacob@...> wrote:
If I open 900+ tracks in playback on my win10 64 bit machine, it works
fine, and, unfortunately, don't have many tracks on the virtual windows
xp machine.


I opened up one full album - 11 tracks, and, could jump around in a
track with cursor keys, could jump between tracks using page up and
down, and, when hit alt+f4, it just closed, without any hassles.


Have you tried gomPlayer? I operates pretty much exactly the same as
this one, but, like said, with additional functionality, including
speeding up track playback speeds, while maintaining voice adjustment,
etc. etc. - I've been using it for a few years now as my primary, with
winamp as backup, but anyway.


Stay well


Jacob Kruger
Blind Biker
Skype: BlindZA
"Resistance is futile, but, acceptance is versatile..."

On 2016-12-06 14:10, nasrin khaksar wrote:
hi jacob.
thanks so much for helping me.

can you please test many files with potplayer?
eventually for me nvda is not responding and i dont know how to solve
this problem.

On 12/6/16, nasrin khaksar <nasrinkhaksar3@...> wrote:
hi david and quentin.
i use xp and also i do all of my works with it.
i use internet, libreoffice, notepad, potplayer and one conversion
software.
i dont have the security programs because realy i dont trust them!

On 12/6/16, Quentin Christensen <quentin@...> wrote:
You're more of an expert on what works under XP than me Brian, that's
great
info!

On Tue, Dec 6, 2016 at 8:18 PM, Brian's Mail list account <
bglists@...> wrote:

Well, as far as I am aware, the basic plan is to not break XP if it
is
at
all possible, but just occasionally this might not be possible as the
windows code changes.
Indeed at the moment xp portable versions of even the next snapshots
are
very good. Try running portable copies of nvda on, say windows 10 and
you
will find lots of things that no longer work due to the security of
that
operating system not allowing access to parts of windows from a
portable
app.
the big problem at present for those using XP is the web browser.
Depending on your processor, 50 is the last version I can get to work
on
xp
with intel processors, and 48 is the last one on xp with amd
processors.
This is due to the lack of sse2 instruction set support on the amd
chips.
Dropbox, no matter what Dropbox say, is working fine again on xp
intel
processors at version 15, though they do warn that this could change
as
its officially not supported. AMD chips last working version of
Dropbox
is
13, and one has to disable updates by nefarious means to keep it
working
on
such hardware.

The hack to continue to get xp updates is still working for MSSE, but
his
month no xp security updates came down. whether this means they have
blocked the loophole or just they have given up I cannot say.
I notice that Flash for IE8 is seemingly not being updated by Adobe,
but
seems to be working in Firefox 50 at the moment.
Adobe reader DC is not usable on XP and 11 is the last version.

I'm sure there are many other issues but that really depends on what
you
are doing.
Its gratifying to note that the hacked copy of Outlook express that
works
in 10 is still supported by nvda, and its only issue is that its
preview
pane has to be turned off or it will fall over sometimes.


Brian

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----- Original Message ----- From: "David" <trailerdavid@...>
To: <nvda@nvda.groups.io>
Sent: Tuesday, December 06, 2016 8:31 AM

Subject: Re: [nvda] Is any release prior to the latest stable
release,
and
thenext RC release, officially supported? #NVDARelease


Is XP REALLY not being supported any longer?

Could be. But I did read an article - think it is about a year ago -
where it was stated that Microsoft continue to support XP for
businesses, of course not free of charge. Cannot speak for the
validity
of the article, and do not know if I even bookmarked it either.


A whole other thing to keep in mind, is this:

Do you have an XP machine, and only connect it to the net to update
your
security software, you might still be able to use it offline for a
long
time yet. And if you only update the database of your security
software,
that software will keep rolling under XP for who knows how long.


From what I can see, several users still use XP. Even for those of
us
who happen to have made the step forward, to some newer flavor of
Windows, many of us still keep XP machines hanging around.
Personally,
I
do join the ones who have an XP machine, simply because I have
software
that is needed for certain tasks, which would not impose a security
risk, but which cannot be run under newer Windows. That is, my XP
machine is not going online, but I still need a screen reader for
it.
And, as the commercial screen readers tend to stop supporting an OS,
whenever Microsoft does, I am happy to learn that NVDA apparently
continues to run under XP. Hopefully, that will leave many of us the
chance to continue using our older equipment, for tasks that totally
well could be run on an offline, XP system.


Seemingly too, there will be many places in the world, where they
still
commonly use XP. Not everyone could afford the upgrade of the OS,
and
basically there might not be too much more holes in XP, than in any
newer flavors of Windows. According to what I read, both Win8 and
10,
seem to have open holes. Some even are well known, but for whatever
reason are not being cared for. And many times, the biggest holes
are
not in your OS itself, but more in the communication between you and
the
Internet. Such net related holes, might be independent on which OS
you
are running.


Just some thoughts to keep in mind, when advicing.

David

On 12/6/2016 6:49 AM, Shaun Everiss wrote:

Xp is dead, it will probably stay in core for a while but to be
honest
microsoft has deemed it unsupported so its crap os now and any
computer with it will have malware and be crappy to because
microsoft
says so and I really don't aggree with microsoft but its the way it
is.
Xp like win98 and other good versions of windows is history, soon 7
will be then we will have to struggle with 10.



On 6/12/2016 3:10 p.m., Michael Capelle wrote:

please, do not get rid of xp support.
----- Original Message ----- From: "Quentin Christensen"
<quentin@...>
To: <nvda@nvda.groups.io>
Sent: Monday, December 05, 2016 6:36 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Is any release prior to the latest stable
release,
and thenext RC release, officially supported? #NVDARelease


That's true Gene. I had a thought in mind about Windows XP as
well,
although when I looked back at Nasrin's original question re
Potplayer, it
was using Windows 7 - although there are multiple versions of
Windows
7 as
well (for the record, I have Windows 7 home premium, SP1 64 bit).

On Tue, Dec 6, 2016 at 11:18 AM, Gene <gsasner@...> wrote:

And, of course, you aren't testing with XP. That may be the cause
of
these problems.

Gene
----- Original Message -----
*From:* Quentin Christensen <quentin@...>
*Sent:* Monday, December 05, 2016 6:08 PM
*To:* nvda@nvda.groups.io
*Subject:* Re: [nvda] Is any release prior to the latest stable
release,
and thenext RC release, officially supported? #NVDARelease

Hi everyone,

I downloaded the version that Nasrin linked to, which was the
same
one
Gene tried - version 1.6.6385619.7.

It doesn't have a traditional alt menu and you also can't tab
around
the
main screen to read the information which is displayed visually.
However,
you can get to the commands via the applications key, and there
are
keystrokes for most things, once you know what they are.

I tried it on both Windows 10 and Windows 7, and found that I
could
play
MP3 files with it, pause and play again, and alt+f4 to close when
I
finished listening to a couple of songs, and everything seems
fine?
I'm
using NVDA 2016.4rc1 Actually I just realised I still had 2016.3
on
the
Windows 7 machine so I've gone back and tried with 2016.4rc1 and
again, I
couldn't reproduce the crash, even after listening to a few
songs.

Kind regards

Quentin.

On Tue, Dec 6, 2016 at 9:11 AM, David Moore
<jesusloves1966@...>
wrote:

Hi, That is true,
Narrator, in win10 anniversary update, has enabled me to access
controls
that I could not access with JAWS or NVDA. I highly recommend
that
one
learn how to use Narrator, because it is getting more and more
powful in
win10, and can do a few things that high-end screen readers
cannot
do.
Think that you have three screen readerrs, Narrator, NVDA, and
JAWS
or
Window eyes that you can use in demo mode.

David Moore

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for
Windows 10



*From: *David <trailerdavid@...>
*Sent: *Monday, December 5, 2016 3:12 PM
*To: *nvda@nvda.groups.io
*Subject: *Re: [nvda] Is any release prior to the latest stable
release,
and thenext RC release, officially supported? #NVDARelease



Just for your correction.





You said you do NOT have any other screen reader to test? I do

understand what you mean, but it is not fully and completely
true.





ALL, and I mean ALL flavors of Windows - from at least XP and up
-
holds

Microsoft's embedded screen reader, named NARRATOR. Though far
from

being a full-fledged screen reader, it many times can help you
out.
For

instance, due to its very basic functionality, it at least could
give

you some idea to what extend a piece of software is accessible
at
all.

If NARRATOR cannot help you out, then chances are that the
software
at

the minimum requires some more advanced features of the screen
reader.





I do, and have don so in other settings, on a general basis
encourage

all: If your high-end screen reader cannot do what you want,
give

Narrator a go. Then com back and report your findings.





Might sound a bit awkward at first glance. But sometimes the
high-end

screen readers might have settings, that complicates the usage
of
a

software. Running Narrator, finding that things work, you might
be
able

to start tracing why the high-end screen reader does not do what
you
expect.





Furthermore, most - if not all - of the high-end screen readers,
do
have

downloadable demo-versions. Might be an idea, to download and
install at

least one such demo, and use it for cases when you want to
determine if

NVDA is the bottleneck of your issue. Far as I know, they all
provide

you fully working products, with an up-time of anything from 30
to
60

minutes; Enough time to get an idea of whether your third-party
software

is workable or not.





In the older days, installing more than one screen reader,
sometimes

caused system trouble. To the best of my knowledge, such is NOT
the
case

any longer, and have not been for a decade or so. In other
words,

encouraged are everyone, to go get yourself at least one backup
screen

reader, if nothing else go for a demo. It further might help the
tech

team of NVDA getting to the core of your problem, if you can
describe

what is taken place when running an alternative screen reader.





How do you know, if you prefer McDonald burgers, if you never
tasted

anything but Burger-King?





David







On 12/5/2016 5:22 PM, nasrin khaksar wrote:

gene.
thanks so much for helping me to test the program.
i dont have any screen reader except nvda to test.
me too, use windows xp service pack 3
you dont need to use nvda cursors to intract with potplayer
menus.
you should only press the application keys and you can access
to
all
menus and options by normal arrow keys.
only nvda freezes and says nothing in the windows except
unknown.
i should restart nvda to work as normal.
On 12/5/16, Brian Vogel <@britechguy> wrote:
Well, this thread has taken an interesting turn that I hadn't
ever
anticipated (and, to quote Seinfeld, "not that there's
anything
wrong
with

that.")
So I'll use this to get back on my soapbox about when anyone
encounters an

issue with any software or combination of software:
* if you cannot give steps necessary to replicate the problem
there's

virtually no hope that the problem can or will be solved
* if you can give steps necessary to replicate the problem,
but
others

running the same operating system and similar overall
configuration
that you

are don't have it when they perform those steps, this suggests
an
idiosyncratic problem with your own system
I cannot count the number of times when I've spent hours on a
given
problem

only to find out that it was a weird interaction between two
programs
that

are installed, that a system has not been updated and old DLL
files >> are

being called that have errors that have long ago been fixed,
etc.
I'm not saying that anyone is directly "at fault" for
anything,
but
these

are factors that you must consider and there will be occasions
when
"it's

just you" as well as many more when it's "not just you."
Having
a
detective's mindset is essential in instances such as this.
--
*Brian*
*Here is a test to find out whether your mission in life is
complete.
If

you’re alive, it isn’t.*
~ Lauren Bacall








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Direct: +61 413 904 383
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Twitter: @NVAccess
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holy quran, chapter 21, verse 107.
in the very authentic narration is:
imam hosein is the beacon of light and the ark of salvation.
best website for studying islamic book in different languages
al-islam.org







--
we have not sent you but as a mercy to the creation.
holy quran, chapter 21, verse 107.
in the very authentic narration is:
imam hosein is the beacon of light and the ark of salvation.
best website for studying islamic book in different languages
al-islam.org
--
we have not sent you but as a mercy to the creation.
holy quran, chapter 21, verse 107.
in the very authentic narration is:
imam hosein is the beacon of light and the ark of salvation.
best website for studying islamic book in different languages
al-islam.org


Re: Is any release prior to the latest stable release, and thenext RC release, officially supported? #NVDARelease

 

jacob
yes i tested gomplayer before and i did not have this problem using it.

On 12/6/16, Jacob Kruger <jacob@...> wrote:
If I open 900+ tracks in playback on my win10 64 bit machine, it works
fine, and, unfortunately, don't have many tracks on the virtual windows
xp machine.


I opened up one full album - 11 tracks, and, could jump around in a
track with cursor keys, could jump between tracks using page up and
down, and, when hit alt+f4, it just closed, without any hassles.


Have you tried gomPlayer? I operates pretty much exactly the same as
this one, but, like said, with additional functionality, including
speeding up track playback speeds, while maintaining voice adjustment,
etc. etc. - I've been using it for a few years now as my primary, with
winamp as backup, but anyway.


Stay well


Jacob Kruger
Blind Biker
Skype: BlindZA
"Resistance is futile, but, acceptance is versatile..."

On 2016-12-06 14:10, nasrin khaksar wrote:
hi jacob.
thanks so much for helping me.

can you please test many files with potplayer?
eventually for me nvda is not responding and i dont know how to solve
this problem.

On 12/6/16, nasrin khaksar <nasrinkhaksar3@...> wrote:
hi david and quentin.
i use xp and also i do all of my works with it.
i use internet, libreoffice, notepad, potplayer and one conversion
software.
i dont have the security programs because realy i dont trust them!

On 12/6/16, Quentin Christensen <quentin@...> wrote:
You're more of an expert on what works under XP than me Brian, that's
great
info!

On Tue, Dec 6, 2016 at 8:18 PM, Brian's Mail list account <
bglists@...> wrote:

Well, as far as I am aware, the basic plan is to not break XP if it is
at
all possible, but just occasionally this might not be possible as the
windows code changes.
Indeed at the moment xp portable versions of even the next snapshots
are
very good. Try running portable copies of nvda on, say windows 10 and
you
will find lots of things that no longer work due to the security of
that
operating system not allowing access to parts of windows from a
portable
app.
the big problem at present for those using XP is the web browser.
Depending on your processor, 50 is the last version I can get to work
on
xp
with intel processors, and 48 is the last one on xp with amd
processors.
This is due to the lack of sse2 instruction set support on the amd
chips.
Dropbox, no matter what Dropbox say, is working fine again on xp intel
processors at version 15, though they do warn that this could change
as
its officially not supported. AMD chips last working version of
Dropbox
is
13, and one has to disable updates by nefarious means to keep it
working
on
such hardware.

The hack to continue to get xp updates is still working for MSSE, but
his
month no xp security updates came down. whether this means they have
blocked the loophole or just they have given up I cannot say.
I notice that Flash for IE8 is seemingly not being updated by Adobe,
but
seems to be working in Firefox 50 at the moment.
Adobe reader DC is not usable on XP and 11 is the last version.

I'm sure there are many other issues but that really depends on what
you
are doing.
Its gratifying to note that the hacked copy of Outlook express that
works
in 10 is still supported by nvda, and its only issue is that its
preview
pane has to be turned off or it will fall over sometimes.


Brian

bglists@...
Sent via blueyonder.
Please address personal email to:-
briang1@..., putting 'Brian Gaff'
in the display name field.
----- Original Message ----- From: "David" <trailerdavid@...>
To: <nvda@nvda.groups.io>
Sent: Tuesday, December 06, 2016 8:31 AM

Subject: Re: [nvda] Is any release prior to the latest stable release,
and
thenext RC release, officially supported? #NVDARelease


Is XP REALLY not being supported any longer?

Could be. But I did read an article - think it is about a year ago -
where it was stated that Microsoft continue to support XP for
businesses, of course not free of charge. Cannot speak for the
validity
of the article, and do not know if I even bookmarked it either.


A whole other thing to keep in mind, is this:

Do you have an XP machine, and only connect it to the net to update
your
security software, you might still be able to use it offline for a
long
time yet. And if you only update the database of your security
software,
that software will keep rolling under XP for who knows how long.


From what I can see, several users still use XP. Even for those of
us
who happen to have made the step forward, to some newer flavor of
Windows, many of us still keep XP machines hanging around.
Personally,
I
do join the ones who have an XP machine, simply because I have
software
that is needed for certain tasks, which would not impose a security
risk, but which cannot be run under newer Windows. That is, my XP
machine is not going online, but I still need a screen reader for it.
And, as the commercial screen readers tend to stop supporting an OS,
whenever Microsoft does, I am happy to learn that NVDA apparently
continues to run under XP. Hopefully, that will leave many of us the
chance to continue using our older equipment, for tasks that totally
well could be run on an offline, XP system.


Seemingly too, there will be many places in the world, where they
still
commonly use XP. Not everyone could afford the upgrade of the OS, and
basically there might not be too much more holes in XP, than in any
newer flavors of Windows. According to what I read, both Win8 and 10,
seem to have open holes. Some even are well known, but for whatever
reason are not being cared for. And many times, the biggest holes are
not in your OS itself, but more in the communication between you and
the
Internet. Such net related holes, might be independent on which OS
you
are running.


Just some thoughts to keep in mind, when advicing.

David

On 12/6/2016 6:49 AM, Shaun Everiss wrote:

Xp is dead, it will probably stay in core for a while but to be
honest
microsoft has deemed it unsupported so its crap os now and any
computer with it will have malware and be crappy to because
microsoft
says so and I really don't aggree with microsoft but its the way it
is.
Xp like win98 and other good versions of windows is history, soon 7
will be then we will have to struggle with 10.



On 6/12/2016 3:10 p.m., Michael Capelle wrote:

please, do not get rid of xp support.
----- Original Message ----- From: "Quentin Christensen"
<quentin@...>
To: <nvda@nvda.groups.io>
Sent: Monday, December 05, 2016 6:36 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Is any release prior to the latest stable
release,
and thenext RC release, officially supported? #NVDARelease


That's true Gene. I had a thought in mind about Windows XP as
well,
although when I looked back at Nasrin's original question re
Potplayer, it
was using Windows 7 - although there are multiple versions of
Windows
7 as
well (for the record, I have Windows 7 home premium, SP1 64 bit).

On Tue, Dec 6, 2016 at 11:18 AM, Gene <gsasner@...> wrote:

And, of course, you aren't testing with XP. That may be the cause
of
these problems.

Gene
----- Original Message -----
*From:* Quentin Christensen <quentin@...>
*Sent:* Monday, December 05, 2016 6:08 PM
*To:* nvda@nvda.groups.io
*Subject:* Re: [nvda] Is any release prior to the latest stable
release,
and thenext RC release, officially supported? #NVDARelease

Hi everyone,

I downloaded the version that Nasrin linked to, which was the same
one
Gene tried - version 1.6.6385619.7.

It doesn't have a traditional alt menu and you also can't tab
around
the
main screen to read the information which is displayed visually.
However,
you can get to the commands via the applications key, and there
are
keystrokes for most things, once you know what they are.

I tried it on both Windows 10 and Windows 7, and found that I
could
play
MP3 files with it, pause and play again, and alt+f4 to close when
I
finished listening to a couple of songs, and everything seems
fine?
I'm
using NVDA 2016.4rc1 Actually I just realised I still had 2016.3
on
the
Windows 7 machine so I've gone back and tried with 2016.4rc1 and
again, I
couldn't reproduce the crash, even after listening to a few songs.

Kind regards

Quentin.

On Tue, Dec 6, 2016 at 9:11 AM, David Moore
<jesusloves1966@...>
wrote:

Hi, That is true,
Narrator, in win10 anniversary update, has enabled me to access
controls
that I could not access with JAWS or NVDA. I highly recommend
that
one
learn how to use Narrator, because it is getting more and more
powful in
win10, and can do a few things that high-end screen readers
cannot
do.
Think that you have three screen readerrs, Narrator, NVDA, and
JAWS
or
Window eyes that you can use in demo mode.

David Moore

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*From: *David <trailerdavid@...>
*Sent: *Monday, December 5, 2016 3:12 PM
*To: *nvda@nvda.groups.io
*Subject: *Re: [nvda] Is any release prior to the latest stable
release,
and thenext RC release, officially supported? #NVDARelease



Just for your correction.





You said you do NOT have any other screen reader to test? I do

understand what you mean, but it is not fully and completely
true.





ALL, and I mean ALL flavors of Windows - from at least XP and up
-
holds

Microsoft's embedded screen reader, named NARRATOR. Though far
from

being a full-fledged screen reader, it many times can help you
out.
For

instance, due to its very basic functionality, it at least could
give

you some idea to what extend a piece of software is accessible at
all.

If NARRATOR cannot help you out, then chances are that the
software
at

the minimum requires some more advanced features of the screen
reader.





I do, and have don so in other settings, on a general basis
encourage

all: If your high-end screen reader cannot do what you want, give

Narrator a go. Then com back and report your findings.





Might sound a bit awkward at first glance. But sometimes the
high-end

screen readers might have settings, that complicates the usage of
a

software. Running Narrator, finding that things work, you might
be
able

to start tracing why the high-end screen reader does not do what
you
expect.





Furthermore, most - if not all - of the high-end screen readers,
do
have

downloadable demo-versions. Might be an idea, to download and
install at

least one such demo, and use it for cases when you want to
determine if

NVDA is the bottleneck of your issue. Far as I know, they all
provide

you fully working products, with an up-time of anything from 30
to
60

minutes; Enough time to get an idea of whether your third-party
software

is workable or not.





In the older days, installing more than one screen reader,
sometimes

caused system trouble. To the best of my knowledge, such is NOT
the
case

any longer, and have not been for a decade or so. In other words,

encouraged are everyone, to go get yourself at least one backup
screen

reader, if nothing else go for a demo. It further might help the
tech

team of NVDA getting to the core of your problem, if you can
describe

what is taken place when running an alternative screen reader.





How do you know, if you prefer McDonald burgers, if you never
tasted

anything but Burger-King?





David







On 12/5/2016 5:22 PM, nasrin khaksar wrote:

gene.
thanks so much for helping me to test the program.
i dont have any screen reader except nvda to test.
me too, use windows xp service pack 3
you dont need to use nvda cursors to intract with potplayer
menus.
you should only press the application keys and you can access to
all
menus and options by normal arrow keys.
only nvda freezes and says nothing in the windows except
unknown.
i should restart nvda to work as normal.
On 12/5/16, Brian Vogel <@britechguy> wrote:
Well, this thread has taken an interesting turn that I hadn't
ever
anticipated (and, to quote Seinfeld, "not that there's anything
wrong
with

that.")
So I'll use this to get back on my soapbox about when anyone
encounters an

issue with any software or combination of software:
* if you cannot give steps necessary to replicate the problem
there's

virtually no hope that the problem can or will be solved
* if you can give steps necessary to replicate the problem, but
others

running the same operating system and similar overall
configuration
that you

are don't have it when they perform those steps, this suggests
an
idiosyncratic problem with your own system
I cannot count the number of times when I've spent hours on a
given
problem

only to find out that it was a weird interaction between two
programs
that

are installed, that a system has not been updated and old DLL
files >> are

being called that have errors that have long ago been fixed,
etc.
I'm not saying that anyone is directly "at fault" for anything,
but
these

are factors that you must consider and there will be occasions
when
"it's

just you" as well as many more when it's "not just you."
Having
a
detective's mindset is essential in instances such as this.
--
*Brian*
*Here is a test to find out whether your mission in life is
complete.
If

you’re alive, it isn’t.*
~ Lauren Bacall








--
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Training Material Developer
Basic Training for NVDA & Microsoft Word with NVDA E-Books now
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.




--
Quentin Christensen
Training Material Developer
Basic Training for NVDA & Microsoft Word with NVDA E-Books now
available:
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Ph +61 7 3149 3306
Direct: +61 413 904 383
www.nvaccess.org
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/NVAccess
Twitter: @NVAccess
--
we have not sent you but as a mercy to the creation.
holy quran, chapter 21, verse 107.
in the very authentic narration is:
imam hosein is the beacon of light and the ark of salvation.
best website for studying islamic book in different languages
al-islam.org






--
we have not sent you but as a mercy to the creation.
holy quran, chapter 21, verse 107.
in the very authentic narration is:
imam hosein is the beacon of light and the ark of salvation.
best website for studying islamic book in different languages
al-islam.org


Re: Windows XP support was: RE: [nvda] Is any release prior to the latest stable release, and thenext RC release, officially supported? #NVDARelease

 

i dont use internet explorer and only i use firefox.
i read somewhere that xp is supported until 2019

On 12/6/16, Brian Vogel <@britechguy> wrote:
On Tue, Dec 6, 2016 at 07:07 am, nasrin khaksar wrote:


i wish that all my favorite programs support all operating systems and
i have freedom of my choice to select them.
This has never, ever been the case and never will be.  The moment an OS
developer officially ends active support for a given OS that means that
third-party support for applications for same will soon follow.

Given the number of really gross security holes in Windows XP that exist
only because it's no longer supported or patched I encourage anyone who's
continuing to use it to do nothing related to connecting to cyberspace or,
if they absolutely must do so, to be certain they are taking full system
image backups on a regular basis.

Windows XP is dead.  It runs on old hardware and will continue to do so, but
that doesn't make it a safe or viable option for computing in a world where
threats have kept on moving and official extended support for it ended
on April 8, 2014, after which it has received no ongoing support nor
security updates.

I am well aware that untold millions of people continue to use Windows XP.
I liked Windows XP immensely.  That doesn't mean that continuing to use
Windows XP unless you absolutely have no other option is a wise choice.  It
is absolutely playing with fire from a security standpoint and the last
Microsoft supported version of Internet Explorer that is available for it is
now blocked by a huge number of websites secondary to security concerns.

--
*Brian*

*Here is a test to find out whether your mission in life is complete.  If
you’re alive, it isn’t.*

   ~ Lauren Bacall
--
we have not sent you but as a mercy to the creation.
holy quran, chapter 21, verse 107.
in the very authentic narration is:
imam hosein is the beacon of light and the ark of salvation.
best website for studying islamic book in different languages
al-islam.org


Re: Windows XP support was: RE: [nvda] Is any release prior to the latest stable release, and thenext RC release, officially supported? #NVDARelease

 

On Tue, Dec 6, 2016 at 07:07 am, nasrin khaksar wrote:
i wish that all my favorite programs support all operating systems and
i have freedom of my choice to select them.

This has never, ever been the case and never will be.  The moment an OS developer officially ends active support for a given OS that means that third-party support for applications for same will soon follow.

Given the number of really gross security holes in Windows XP that exist only because it's no longer supported or patched I encourage anyone who's continuing to use it to do nothing related to connecting to cyberspace or, if they absolutely must do so, to be certain they are taking full system image backups on a regular basis.

Windows XP is dead.  It runs on old hardware and will continue to do so, but that doesn't make it a safe or viable option for computing in a world where threats have kept on moving and official extended support for it ended on April 8, 2014, after which it has received no ongoing support nor security updates.

I am well aware that untold millions of people continue to use Windows XP.   I liked Windows XP immensely.  That doesn't mean that continuing to use Windows XP unless you absolutely have no other option is a wise choice.  It is absolutely playing with fire from a security standpoint and the last Microsoft supported version of Internet Explorer that is available for it is now blocked by a huge number of websites secondary to security concerns.

--
Brian

Here is a test to find out whether your mission in life is complete.  If you’re alive, it isn’t.

    ~ Lauren Bacall

    



Re: Google Chrome Browser

Michael
 

I too would be interested in a copy.

 

 


From: nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of Andrea Sherry
Sent: Tuesday, December 06, 2016 9:05 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Google Chrome Browser

 

That would be good if you could pass that along in whichever format is convenient.

Cheers

Andrea

 

On 6/12/2016 11:45 PM, Chris Mullins wrote:

Hi Andrea

I have a Word document I wrote several months ago which explains how to set Chrome up to your personal preferences which I can send in Word or text form if it’s any good to you.

 

Cheers

Chris

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of Andrea Sherry
Sent: 6 December 2016 06:35
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: [nvda] Google Chrome Browser

 

Need a beginners' guide for the browser please.

Where can I obtain such?

Andrea

 


Re: Is any release prior to the latest stable release, and thenext RC release, officially supported? #NVDARelease

Jacob Kruger
 

If I open 900+ tracks in playback on my win10 64 bit machine, it works fine, and, unfortunately, don't have many tracks on the virtual windows xp machine.


I opened up one full album - 11 tracks, and, could jump around in a track with cursor keys, could jump between tracks using page up and down, and, when hit alt+f4, it just closed, without any hassles.


Have you tried gomPlayer? I operates pretty much exactly the same as this one, but, like said, with additional functionality, including speeding up track playback speeds, while maintaining voice adjustment, etc. etc. - I've been using it for a few years now as my primary, with winamp as backup, but anyway.


Stay well


Jacob Kruger
Blind Biker
Skype: BlindZA
"Resistance is futile, but, acceptance is versatile..."

On 2016-12-06 14:10, nasrin khaksar wrote:
hi jacob.
thanks so much for helping me.

can you please test many files with potplayer?
eventually for me nvda is not responding and i dont know how to solve
this problem.

On 12/6/16, nasrin khaksar <nasrinkhaksar3@...> wrote:
hi david and quentin.
i use xp and also i do all of my works with it.
i use internet, libreoffice, notepad, potplayer and one conversion
software.
i dont have the security programs because realy i dont trust them!

On 12/6/16, Quentin Christensen <quentin@...> wrote:
You're more of an expert on what works under XP than me Brian, that's
great
info!

On Tue, Dec 6, 2016 at 8:18 PM, Brian's Mail list account <
bglists@...> wrote:

Well, as far as I am aware, the basic plan is to not break XP if it is
at
all possible, but just occasionally this might not be possible as the
windows code changes.
Indeed at the moment xp portable versions of even the next snapshots are
very good. Try running portable copies of nvda on, say windows 10 and
you
will find lots of things that no longer work due to the security of
that
operating system not allowing access to parts of windows from a portable
app.
the big problem at present for those using XP is the web browser.
Depending on your processor, 50 is the last version I can get to work on
xp
with intel processors, and 48 is the last one on xp with amd processors.
This is due to the lack of sse2 instruction set support on the amd
chips.
Dropbox, no matter what Dropbox say, is working fine again on xp intel
processors at version 15, though they do warn that this could change as
its officially not supported. AMD chips last working version of Dropbox
is
13, and one has to disable updates by nefarious means to keep it working
on
such hardware.

The hack to continue to get xp updates is still working for MSSE, but
his
month no xp security updates came down. whether this means they have
blocked the loophole or just they have given up I cannot say.
I notice that Flash for IE8 is seemingly not being updated by Adobe, but
seems to be working in Firefox 50 at the moment.
Adobe reader DC is not usable on XP and 11 is the last version.

I'm sure there are many other issues but that really depends on what you
are doing.
Its gratifying to note that the hacked copy of Outlook express that
works
in 10 is still supported by nvda, and its only issue is that its preview
pane has to be turned off or it will fall over sometimes.


Brian

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----- Original Message ----- From: "David" <trailerdavid@...>
To: <nvda@nvda.groups.io>
Sent: Tuesday, December 06, 2016 8:31 AM

Subject: Re: [nvda] Is any release prior to the latest stable release,
and
thenext RC release, officially supported? #NVDARelease


Is XP REALLY not being supported any longer?

Could be. But I did read an article - think it is about a year ago -
where it was stated that Microsoft continue to support XP for
businesses, of course not free of charge. Cannot speak for the validity
of the article, and do not know if I even bookmarked it either.


A whole other thing to keep in mind, is this:

Do you have an XP machine, and only connect it to the net to update
your
security software, you might still be able to use it offline for a long
time yet. And if you only update the database of your security
software,
that software will keep rolling under XP for who knows how long.


From what I can see, several users still use XP. Even for those of us
who happen to have made the step forward, to some newer flavor of
Windows, many of us still keep XP machines hanging around. Personally,
I
do join the ones who have an XP machine, simply because I have software
that is needed for certain tasks, which would not impose a security
risk, but which cannot be run under newer Windows. That is, my XP
machine is not going online, but I still need a screen reader for it.
And, as the commercial screen readers tend to stop supporting an OS,
whenever Microsoft does, I am happy to learn that NVDA apparently
continues to run under XP. Hopefully, that will leave many of us the
chance to continue using our older equipment, for tasks that totally
well could be run on an offline, XP system.


Seemingly too, there will be many places in the world, where they still
commonly use XP. Not everyone could afford the upgrade of the OS, and
basically there might not be too much more holes in XP, than in any
newer flavors of Windows. According to what I read, both Win8 and 10,
seem to have open holes. Some even are well known, but for whatever
reason are not being cared for. And many times, the biggest holes are
not in your OS itself, but more in the communication between you and
the
Internet. Such net related holes, might be independent on which OS you
are running.


Just some thoughts to keep in mind, when advicing.

David

On 12/6/2016 6:49 AM, Shaun Everiss wrote:

Xp is dead, it will probably stay in core for a while but to be honest
microsoft has deemed it unsupported so its crap os now and any
computer with it will have malware and be crappy to because microsoft
says so and I really don't aggree with microsoft but its the way it
is.
Xp like win98 and other good versions of windows is history, soon 7
will be then we will have to struggle with 10.



On 6/12/2016 3:10 p.m., Michael Capelle wrote:

please, do not get rid of xp support.
----- Original Message ----- From: "Quentin Christensen"
<quentin@...>
To: <nvda@nvda.groups.io>
Sent: Monday, December 05, 2016 6:36 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Is any release prior to the latest stable
release,
and thenext RC release, officially supported? #NVDARelease


That's true Gene. I had a thought in mind about Windows XP as well,
although when I looked back at Nasrin's original question re
Potplayer, it
was using Windows 7 - although there are multiple versions of Windows
7 as
well (for the record, I have Windows 7 home premium, SP1 64 bit).

On Tue, Dec 6, 2016 at 11:18 AM, Gene <gsasner@...> wrote:

And, of course, you aren't testing with XP. That may be the cause of
these problems.

Gene
----- Original Message -----
*From:* Quentin Christensen <quentin@...>
*Sent:* Monday, December 05, 2016 6:08 PM
*To:* nvda@nvda.groups.io
*Subject:* Re: [nvda] Is any release prior to the latest stable
release,
and thenext RC release, officially supported? #NVDARelease

Hi everyone,

I downloaded the version that Nasrin linked to, which was the same
one
Gene tried - version 1.6.6385619.7.

It doesn't have a traditional alt menu and you also can't tab around
the
main screen to read the information which is displayed visually.
However,
you can get to the commands via the applications key, and there are
keystrokes for most things, once you know what they are.

I tried it on both Windows 10 and Windows 7, and found that I could
play
MP3 files with it, pause and play again, and alt+f4 to close when I
finished listening to a couple of songs, and everything seems fine?
I'm
using NVDA 2016.4rc1 Actually I just realised I still had 2016.3 on
the
Windows 7 machine so I've gone back and tried with 2016.4rc1 and
again, I
couldn't reproduce the crash, even after listening to a few songs.

Kind regards

Quentin.

On Tue, Dec 6, 2016 at 9:11 AM, David Moore
<jesusloves1966@...>
wrote:

Hi, That is true,
Narrator, in win10 anniversary update, has enabled me to access
controls
that I could not access with JAWS or NVDA. I highly recommend that
one
learn how to use Narrator, because it is getting more and more
powful in
win10, and can do a few things that high-end screen readers cannot
do.
Think that you have three screen readerrs, Narrator, NVDA, and JAWS
or
Window eyes that you can use in demo mode.

David Moore

Sent from Mail <https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=550986> for
Windows 10



*From: *David <trailerdavid@...>
*Sent: *Monday, December 5, 2016 3:12 PM
*To: *nvda@nvda.groups.io
*Subject: *Re: [nvda] Is any release prior to the latest stable
release,
and thenext RC release, officially supported? #NVDARelease



Just for your correction.





You said you do NOT have any other screen reader to test? I do

understand what you mean, but it is not fully and completely true.





ALL, and I mean ALL flavors of Windows - from at least XP and up -
holds

Microsoft's embedded screen reader, named NARRATOR. Though far from

being a full-fledged screen reader, it many times can help you out.
For

instance, due to its very basic functionality, it at least could
give

you some idea to what extend a piece of software is accessible at
all.

If NARRATOR cannot help you out, then chances are that the software
at

the minimum requires some more advanced features of the screen
reader.





I do, and have don so in other settings, on a general basis
encourage

all: If your high-end screen reader cannot do what you want, give

Narrator a go. Then com back and report your findings.





Might sound a bit awkward at first glance. But sometimes the
high-end

screen readers might have settings, that complicates the usage of a

software. Running Narrator, finding that things work, you might be
able

to start tracing why the high-end screen reader does not do what
you
expect.





Furthermore, most - if not all - of the high-end screen readers, do
have

downloadable demo-versions. Might be an idea, to download and
install at

least one such demo, and use it for cases when you want to
determine if

NVDA is the bottleneck of your issue. Far as I know, they all
provide

you fully working products, with an up-time of anything from 30 to
60

minutes; Enough time to get an idea of whether your third-party
software

is workable or not.





In the older days, installing more than one screen reader,
sometimes

caused system trouble. To the best of my knowledge, such is NOT the
case

any longer, and have not been for a decade or so. In other words,

encouraged are everyone, to go get yourself at least one backup
screen

reader, if nothing else go for a demo. It further might help the
tech

team of NVDA getting to the core of your problem, if you can
describe

what is taken place when running an alternative screen reader.





How do you know, if you prefer McDonald burgers, if you never
tasted

anything but Burger-King?





David







On 12/5/2016 5:22 PM, nasrin khaksar wrote:

gene.
thanks so much for helping me to test the program.
i dont have any screen reader except nvda to test.
me too, use windows xp service pack 3
you dont need to use nvda cursors to intract with potplayer
menus.
you should only press the application keys and you can access to
all
menus and options by normal arrow keys.
only nvda freezes and says nothing in the windows except unknown.
i should restart nvda to work as normal.
On 12/5/16, Brian Vogel <@britechguy> wrote:
Well, this thread has taken an interesting turn that I hadn't
ever
anticipated (and, to quote Seinfeld, "not that there's anything
wrong
with

that.")
So I'll use this to get back on my soapbox about when anyone
encounters an

issue with any software or combination of software:
* if you cannot give steps necessary to replicate the problem
there's

virtually no hope that the problem can or will be solved
* if you can give steps necessary to replicate the problem, but
others

running the same operating system and similar overall
configuration
that you

are don't have it when they perform those steps, this suggests
an
idiosyncratic problem with your own system
I cannot count the number of times when I've spent hours on a
given
problem

only to find out that it was a weird interaction between two
programs
that

are installed, that a system has not been updated and old DLL
files >> are

being called that have errors that have long ago been fixed,
etc.
I'm not saying that anyone is directly "at fault" for anything,
but
these

are factors that you must consider and there will be occasions
when
"it's

just you" as well as many more when it's "not just you." Having
a
detective's mindset is essential in instances such as this.
--
*Brian*
*Here is a test to find out whether your mission in life is
complete.
If

you’re alive, it isn’t.*
~ Lauren Bacall








--
Quentin Christensen
Training Material Developer
Basic Training for NVDA & Microsoft Word with NVDA E-Books now
available:
http://www.nvaccess.org/shop/

Ph +61 7 3149 3306 <%2B61%207%203149%203306>
Direct: +61 413 904 383 <+61%20413%20904%20383>
www.nvaccess.org
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/NVAccess
Twitter: @NVAccess



.




--
Quentin Christensen
Training Material Developer
Basic Training for NVDA & Microsoft Word with NVDA E-Books now available:
http://www.nvaccess.org/shop/

Ph +61 7 3149 3306
Direct: +61 413 904 383
www.nvaccess.org
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/NVAccess
Twitter: @NVAccess
--
we have not sent you but as a mercy to the creation.
holy quran, chapter 21, verse 107.
in the very authentic narration is:
imam hosein is the beacon of light and the ark of salvation.
best website for studying islamic book in different languages
al-islam.org




Re: Windows XP support was: RE: [nvda] Is any release prior to the latest stable release, and thenext RC release, officially supported? #NVDARelease

 

i wish that all my favorite programs support all operating systems and
i have freedom of my choice to select them.

On 12/6/16, Brian Vogel <@britechguy> wrote:
I really do not understand how anyone can expect active support, as opposed
to passive (as in, the last version compatible with XP being available for
download as legacy and no longer actively maintained), for Windows XP.  The
operating system has not been supported by Microsoft for years now.  It's
just by sheer luck (and some effort, but not intentional in many cases) that
a lot of software has remained able to be run under XP but was developed for
a later version of Windows.

Operating systems have finite lifespans.  The finite lifespan of XP as an
actively supported system ended a long, long time ago.

I own a Windows XP laptop, Windows 7 laptop, three Windows 10 machines (2
laptops and 1 desktop), and a Linux box.  I am under no delusion that any
support of any meaningful kind can be expected for Windows XP.   Also, I
have carried forward a lot of non-screen-reader software that I liked from
the XP era that still runs like a top under Windows 10.  One example of that
is Microsoft Photo Editor, which deals with creating transparency more
easily than any other photo editor I've ever used.  There are a number of
others as well.  I would really like to hear what people have under XP that
they've tried running under a later version of Windows that doesn't work
either with native Windows or using compatibility mode, which I've not had
to do for anything, yet.
--
*Brian*

*Here is a test to find out whether your mission in life is complete.  If
you’re alive, it isn’t.*

   ~ Lauren Bacall
--
we have not sent you but as a mercy to the creation.
holy quran, chapter 21, verse 107.
in the very authentic narration is:
imam hosein is the beacon of light and the ark of salvation.
best website for studying islamic book in different languages
al-islam.org


Re: Google Chrome Browser

Andrea Sherry
 

That would be good if you could pass that along in whichever format is convenient.

Cheers

Andrea


On 6/12/2016 11:45 PM, Chris Mullins wrote:

Hi Andrea

I have a Word document I wrote several months ago which explains how to set Chrome up to your personal preferences which I can send in Word or text form if it’s any good to you.

 

Cheers

Chris

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of Andrea Sherry
Sent: 6 December 2016 06:35
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: [nvda] Google Chrome Browser

 

Need a beginners' guide for the browser please.

Where can I obtain such?

Andrea



Re: Windows XP support was: RE: [nvda] Is any release prior to the latest stable release, and thenext RC release, officially supported? #NVDARelease

 

I really do not understand how anyone can expect active support, as opposed to passive (as in, the last version compatible with XP being available for download as legacy and no longer actively maintained), for Windows XP.  The operating system has not been supported by Microsoft for years now.  It's just by sheer luck (and some effort, but not intentional in many cases) that a lot of software has remained able to be run under XP but was developed for a later version of Windows.

Operating systems have finite lifespans.  The finite lifespan of XP as an actively supported system ended a long, long time ago.

I own a Windows XP laptop, Windows 7 laptop, three Windows 10 machines (2 laptops and 1 desktop), and a Linux box.  I am under no delusion that any support of any meaningful kind can be expected for Windows XP.   Also, I have carried forward a lot of non-screen-reader software that I liked from the XP era that still runs like a top under Windows 10.  One example of that is Microsoft Photo Editor, which deals with creating transparency more easily than any other photo editor I've ever used.  There are a number of others as well.  I would really like to hear what people have under XP that they've tried running under a later version of Windows that doesn't work either with native Windows or using compatibility mode, which I've not had to do for anything, yet.
--
Brian

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Re: Is any release prior to the latest stable release, and thenext RC release, officially supported? #NVDARelease

 

antony, do you know the last version of nvda which supports xp?
whats the last version that i can use?
i realy wish that its be possible supporting of xp forever.

On 12/6/16, Supanut Leepaisomboon <@supanut2000> wrote:
Well, you get to enjoy the benefits of both OSes. Think of it this way, if
you install Windows XP mode in Windows 7, and when you go into Windows XP
and install anything, it shows up in the Windows 7 start menu so it's
relatively easy to launch; although the catch is that I think XP mode is not
available for the home editions of Windows 7, except for Windows 7 Ultimate.
From my tests in the past, NVDA does work under XP mode.

In response to a message earlier, yes, free/open source software stopped
supporting old versions of Windows later than paid ones, but eventually old
versions of Windows will not be supported. Take Firefox, Mozilla stopped
supporting Windows 2000 I think a year or 2-3 years after Windows 2000
became unsupported by Microsoft.
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Re: NVDA and Open Office

Jorge Gonçalves <joport3@...>
 

Hello,

I just got curious from your answer. I am a LibreOffice user.

What does make Open Office more accessible than LibreOffice? What are the main accessibility differences? I am only interested in the Word Processor.

Cheers,
Jorge

Às 14:41 de 06/12/2016, Robert Kingett escreveu:

It works well even if you do not have Java installed. It is more accessible than Libreoffice but Libreoffice is a better program in every other way.


Re: Google Chrome Browser

Brice Mijares
 

I too wouldn't mind a copy.
bricemijares@...


Re: Google Chrome Browser

Albert Ruel
 

I too would appreciate a copy of your document. 

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of Chris Mullins
Sent: Tuesday, December 6, 2016 4:46 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Google Chrome Browser

 

Hi Andrea

I have a Word document I wrote several months ago which explains how to set Chrome up to your personal preferences which I can send in Word or text form if it’s any good to you.

 

Cheers

Chris

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of Andrea Sherry
Sent: 6 December 2016 06:35
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: [nvda] Google Chrome Browser

 

Need a beginners' guide for the browser please.

Where can I obtain such?

Andrea


Re: NVDA and Open Office

 

It works well even if you do not have Java installed. It is more accessible than Libreoffice but Libreoffice is a better program in every other way.


Re: Is any release prior to the latest stable release, and thenext RC release, officially supported? #NVDARelease

 

Well, you get to enjoy the benefits of both OSes. Think of it this way, if you install Windows XP mode in Windows 7, and when you go into Windows XP and install anything, it shows up in the Windows 7 start menu so it's relatively easy to launch; although the catch is that I think XP mode is not available for the home editions of Windows 7, except for Windows 7 Ultimate. From my tests in the past, NVDA does work under XP mode.

In response to a message earlier, yes, free/open source software stopped supporting old versions of Windows later than paid ones, but eventually old versions of Windows will not be supported. Take Firefox, Mozilla stopped supporting Windows 2000 I think a year or 2-3 years after Windows 2000 became unsupported by Microsoft.