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Re: Command line text editors and NVDA

James AUSTIN
 

Thanks Travis. I have just installed Cygwin and have run into the same problem as before with VIM. NVDA does not seem to understand the navigation mode of Vim. Ah well. I shall return to Notepad ++. It is great to be able to use Linux/UNIX tools though.

On 18/01/2017 22:10, Travis Siegel wrote:

I've never been able to get the hang of vi and it's various clones. I usually use pico/nano, unless I need a line editor (like when I compile source code, and can't figure out which line has the error because there are multiple similar lines) then I use ed, but for editing files on windows itself, I either use notepad, or a (slightly) modified sample program that comes with powerbasic called pbnote.


On 1/18/2017 4:26 PM, James AUSTIN wrote:
Hi Travis


Thanks for the suggestion of Cygwin. Do you use Vim or any particular editor?


Thanks

James


On 18/01/2017 20:25, Travis Siegel wrote:
You can install cygwin, then, use any of the linux tools you're used to. I do this, and it works just fine. Initially, I installed it for the ssh that comes with it, but I've since started using it's more, cat, ls, more, and others. It's very handy.



On 1/17/2017 1:15 PM, James AUSTIN wrote:
Hello

I an new to NVDA, and am very impressed with its ability to read the command line. I am also new to the current iteration of Windows, having used Mac OS for the past 10 years.

I prefer to use plaintext files whenever possible, and also prefer using the newly-minted Bash command line running on the Windows Sub System for Linux when navigating the command line. I am aware of Windows Power Shell, but feel more comfortable using Linux and UNIX tools.

However, in order to keep my PC as streamlined as possible, I would like to know if there has been any development in NVDA's ability to work with VIM. A search turned up some Github discussions from 2015, and a short test with Vim earlier today was promising. But even after toggling 'Dynamic content' on and off, NVDA did not announce the position of the cursor as I moved through the document.

Do folks on here use command line editors? Or graphical editors such as Notepad++ or TEDNotepad? I have both installed already, so if these are advised, I will learn these.

Thanks and keep up the great work

James











Re: Command line text editors and NVDA

Travis Siegel <tsiegel@...>
 

I've never been able to get the hang of vi and it's various clones. I usually use pico/nano, unless I need a line editor (like when I compile source code, and can't figure out which line has the error because there are multiple similar lines) then I use ed, but for editing files on windows itself, I either use notepad, or a (slightly) modified sample program that comes with powerbasic called pbnote.

On 1/18/2017 4:26 PM, James AUSTIN wrote:
Hi Travis


Thanks for the suggestion of Cygwin. Do you use Vim or any particular editor?


Thanks

James


On 18/01/2017 20:25, Travis Siegel wrote:
You can install cygwin, then, use any of the linux tools you're used to. I do this, and it works just fine. Initially, I installed it for the ssh that comes with it, but I've since started using it's more, cat, ls, more, and others. It's very handy.



On 1/17/2017 1:15 PM, James AUSTIN wrote:
Hello

I an new to NVDA, and am very impressed with its ability to read the command line. I am also new to the current iteration of Windows, having used Mac OS for the past 10 years.

I prefer to use plaintext files whenever possible, and also prefer using the newly-minted Bash command line running on the Windows Sub System for Linux when navigating the command line. I am aware of Windows Power Shell, but feel more comfortable using Linux and UNIX tools.

However, in order to keep my PC as streamlined as possible, I would like to know if there has been any development in NVDA's ability to work with VIM. A search turned up some Github discussions from 2015, and a short test with Vim earlier today was promising. But even after toggling 'Dynamic content' on and off, NVDA did not announce the position of the cursor as I moved through the document.

Do folks on here use command line editors? Or graphical editors such as Notepad++ or TEDNotepad? I have both installed already, so if these are advised, I will learn these.

Thanks and keep up the great work

James








Help with Reaper

Marco Oros
 

Hi!

I would like to record something, I think music on Reaper. I need some things for this, for example Sound card and Asio.

Please, I am very sorry to write It here, but I am desperated and I don't know, where to write about It. I need some beginning help on It and what to do to config It and another things.

I don't know, where to find a shordcut keys on this software and another things. It'll be better for me to know everything about It, before I buy another things for my music production and what equipment is best for me.

Thank You!

Marco Oros


Re: Braille n' Speak Synthesizer

Brandon Cross <bcross3286@...>
 

I don't want to sound condescending or anything, but you do know you need an actual Braille 'n Speak to use that right? It is just a driver, the hardware and the cable are required.

On Tue, Jan 17, 2017 at 2:55 PM, Christopher-Mark Gilland <clgilland07@...> wrote:
Uh, The Braille 'n Speak is a hardware device. Definitely! definitely definitely not Sapi.
 
Chris.
 
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Tuesday, January 17, 2017 11:15 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Braille n' Speak Synthesizer

What is the system it uses? If its sapi it should just work but if its an
oddball one then it will need somebody to write a driver for nvda for it,
much like the pico one for the android voice.
 Brian

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----- Original Message -----
From: "kelby carlson" <kelbycarlson@...>
To: <nvda@nvda.groups.io>
Sent: Tuesday, January 17, 2017 3:46 PM
Subject: [nvda] Braille n' Speak Synthesizer


> Is it possible to use this with NVDA? I used the ad-on but it gave me a
> hardware error. (I'm not planning on using it regularly, but it's sort of
> neat for nostalgia's sake.)
>
>
>





Re: Command line text editors and NVDA

James AUSTIN
 

Hi Travis


Thanks for the suggestion of Cygwin. Do you use Vim or any particular editor?


Thanks

James

On 18/01/2017 20:25, Travis Siegel wrote:
You can install cygwin, then, use any of the linux tools you're used to. I do this, and it works just fine. Initially, I installed it for the ssh that comes with it, but I've since started using it's more, cat, ls, more, and others. It's very handy.



On 1/17/2017 1:15 PM, James AUSTIN wrote:
Hello

I an new to NVDA, and am very impressed with its ability to read the command line. I am also new to the current iteration of Windows, having used Mac OS for the past 10 years.

I prefer to use plaintext files whenever possible, and also prefer using the newly-minted Bash command line running on the Windows Sub System for Linux when navigating the command line. I am aware of Windows Power Shell, but feel more comfortable using Linux and UNIX tools.

However, in order to keep my PC as streamlined as possible, I would like to know if there has been any development in NVDA's ability to work with VIM. A search turned up some Github discussions from 2015, and a short test with Vim earlier today was promising. But even after toggling 'Dynamic content' on and off, NVDA did not announce the position of the cursor as I moved through the document.

Do folks on here use command line editors? Or graphical editors such as Notepad++ or TEDNotepad? I have both installed already, so if these are advised, I will learn these.

Thanks and keep up the great work

James






Re: Command line text editors and NVDA

Travis Siegel <tsiegel@...>
 

You can install cygwin, then, use any of the linux tools you're used to. I do this, and it works just fine. Initially, I installed it for the ssh that comes with it, but I've since started using it's more, cat, ls, more, and others. It's very handy.

On 1/17/2017 1:15 PM, James AUSTIN wrote:
Hello

I an new to NVDA, and am very impressed with its ability to read the command line. I am also new to the current iteration of Windows, having used Mac OS for the past 10 years.

I prefer to use plaintext files whenever possible, and also prefer using the newly-minted Bash command line running on the Windows Sub System for Linux when navigating the command line. I am aware of Windows Power Shell, but feel more comfortable using Linux and UNIX tools.

However, in order to keep my PC as streamlined as possible, I would like to know if there has been any development in NVDA's ability to work with VIM. A search turned up some Github discussions from 2015, and a short test with Vim earlier today was promising. But even after toggling 'Dynamic content' on and off, NVDA did not announce the position of the cursor as I moved through the document.

Do folks on here use command line editors? Or graphical editors such as Notepad++ or TEDNotepad? I have both installed already, so if these are advised, I will learn these.

Thanks and keep up the great work

James



Off-topic messages and tests #adminnotice

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bug with orbit20

Josh Kennedy
 

oops no I did not. I have it tethered to focus.


orbit20 low cost braille display

Josh Kennedy
 

according to the american printing house website the orbit20 will be available to buy some time in the spring, I'd say by June 2017 at the latest. still some bugs and stuff to work out.


Re: OCR software?

Gene
 

Did you save them using the download button when the PDF viewer is opened?  If you go to the top of the document and tab through the controls, you will find a download button.  I didn't say to use control s or save as because I didn't think it would work. 
 
Gene

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, January 18, 2017 7:36 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] OCR software?

hi rosemarie and gene.
thanks for helping me.
i try the way gene mentioned and i wish that it works for me.
i try open my pdf documents and press control+s to save them as txt or
html using firefox.
thanks again and God bless you all.

On 1/17/17, slery <slerythema@...> wrote:
> I did eventually get it to say there is estimated ink levels, but I am sure
> that is a picture. And at one point I did find scan a document but I
> couldn’t get back to that part so there is something there. I am going to
> assume that it needs to use the mouse functions to get around (which I am
> still pretty clueless with).
>
>
>
> Cindy
>
>
>
> From: nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of slery
> Sent: Monday, January 16, 2017 11:58 PM
> To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
> Subject: Re: [nvda] OCR software?
>
>
>
> FYI, NVDA reads the title and says blank for everything else (assuming there
> is anything else). How do you get NVDA to work in the HP printing software?
>
>
>
> Cindy
>
>
>
> From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io>
> [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of Brian Vogel
> Sent: Sunday, January 15, 2017 11:33 AM
> To: nvda@nvda.groups.io <mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io>
> Subject: Re: [nvda] OCR software?
>
>
>
> On Sat, Jan 14, 2017 at 10:57 pm, slery wrote:
>
> Really? Please tell me where the OCR function is and how to access it in my
> HP Officejet 7500 E910.
>
> See the User Guide <http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c02495504>  for
> your machine, PDF page 48, that documents doing this using the HP Software
> that comes with the printer under the section entitled, Scanning documents
> as editable text.  I cannot speak to why it would not be accessible, as I've
> never used this particular model, but I have used HP multi-function machines
> with the full-featured software suite and driver (the one for your machine
> is downloadable here
> <http://ftp.hp.com/pub/softlib/software12/COL34809/mp-109374-3/OJ7500_E910_1315-1.exe>
> ) with screen readers without difficulty.  There have been times, not
> limited in any way to HP software, where a given piece of software would not
> "play well" with a given screen reader and another screen reader would work
> perfectly with it.  It's always worth checking.
> --
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> of profundity.
>
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>
>
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>
>
>
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Re: Eset products

Nimer Jaber
 

Hello,

You must go in the Sophos dashboard and select the computer. At that point, you will be able to create an exception. It is a web interface. Let me know if you have more issues and I will definitely write out more of a guide.

Thanks.

On Wed, Jan 18, 2017 at 11:08 AM The Wolf <hank.smith966@...> wrote:

how do you add a file or folders to a exception lists?


On 1/18/2017 9:11 AM, Nimer Jaber wrote:
I recommend Sophos Home.

Thanks.

On Wed, Jan 18, 2017 at 3:35 AM lali <l2belteki@...> wrote:
And what do you use?


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Re: Eset products

 

how do you add a file or folders to a exception lists?


On 1/18/2017 9:11 AM, Nimer Jaber wrote:

I recommend Sophos Home.

Thanks.

On Wed, Jan 18, 2017 at 3:35 AM lali <l2belteki@...> wrote:
And what do you use?


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Re: Eset products

Nimer Jaber
 

I recommend Sophos Home.

Thanks.

On Wed, Jan 18, 2017 at 3:35 AM lali <l2belteki@...> wrote:
And what do you use?


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open office

Angelo Sonnesso
 

Does anyone know how to get the cursor to move through the list of spelling
corrections.
Everything else in the programs appear to work just fine.


73 N2DYN Angelo


Re: OCR software?

 

hi rosemarie and gene.
thanks for helping me.
i try the way gene mentioned and i wish that it works for me.
i try open my pdf documents and press control+s to save them as txt or
html using firefox.
thanks again and God bless you all.

On 1/17/17, slery <slerythema@...> wrote:
I did eventually get it to say there is estimated ink levels, but I am sure
that is a picture. And at one point I did find scan a document but I
couldn’t get back to that part so there is something there. I am going to
assume that it needs to use the mouse functions to get around (which I am
still pretty clueless with).



Cindy



From: nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of slery
Sent: Monday, January 16, 2017 11:58 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] OCR software?



FYI, NVDA reads the title and says blank for everything else (assuming there
is anything else). How do you get NVDA to work in the HP printing software?



Cindy



From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io>
[mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of Brian Vogel
Sent: Sunday, January 15, 2017 11:33 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io <mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io>
Subject: Re: [nvda] OCR software?



On Sat, Jan 14, 2017 at 10:57 pm, slery wrote:

Really? Please tell me where the OCR function is and how to access it in my
HP Officejet 7500 E910.

See the User Guide <http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c02495504> for
your machine, PDF page 48, that documents doing this using the HP Software
that comes with the printer under the section entitled, Scanning documents
as editable text. I cannot speak to why it would not be accessible, as I've
never used this particular model, but I have used HP multi-function machines
with the full-featured software suite and driver (the one for your machine
is downloadable here
<http://ftp.hp.com/pub/softlib/software12/COL34809/mp-109374-3/OJ7500_E910_1315-1.exe>
) with screen readers without difficulty. There have been times, not
limited in any way to HP software, where a given piece of software would not
"play well" with a given screen reader and another screen reader would work
perfectly with it. It's always worth checking.
--
Brian

He discloses the workings of a mind to which incoherence lends an illusion
of profundity.

~ T. De Vere White







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locked Re: looking for a good compute stick

erik burggraaf <erik@...>
 

Hi, I can only speak for the intel compute stick at this point. The linux version is five or 10 bucks cheeper, but it scrimps on hardware. In particular, I believe the linux version has only half the ram of the windows version. Intel tried to force windows on their high end compute stick by using microsoft proprietary boot loader, but it was hacked within 6 months of the release. Considering the difference in price vs performance, and assuming you have a resident sightling to help you tweak the boot options in bios, just go for the win version and install a supported hack. I used ubuntoo. I suggest you start by looking at the work that was done for ubuntoo, and then search to see if any one has done something similar for sonar.


I sure don't mind answering questions as long as I know the answers. If people use my amazon links, then I get money towards development on inclusiveandroid.com, so I do get something out of it too.

Have fun,

Erik
On January 17, 2017 8:45:42 PM "coffeekingms@..." <coffeekingms@...> wrote:

hi

My only question would be whether getting it with some form of linux or
no OS would be any cheaper? I have no objection to windows, obvious I
plan to run it along with my own linux distribution called sonar, but I
don't really want to be charged for the windows license when I already
have one. Are there off brands of the thing? I've come across a few, and
the only one that looks good other than the intel one which looks fine
is the acer chromebit, not chromebot. I don't know if chrome OS can be
duel booted and I wouldn't use the chrome OS part, I'd be buying it for
the hardware inside. As long as it can handle casual games, like the
windows 10 edition of killer instinct and emulated consoles like the
game cube and n64 it'll serve my needs nicely. Not that you have to
answer all of this or anything, the only reason I'm bringing it up is
because I can't really find a lot of info about them. Most of them say
simply intel hd graphics or nvidia graphics but don't go into detail
about the specific card, and I'd hate to buy one only to find out the
games lag or windows or linux doesn't work well on them. My one big
requirement is that they not have broadcom wireless or bluetooth chips
in them. I've had nothing but bad luck with broadcom, on both windows
and linux, and I just prefer to avoid them. This is not your job to
research everything, I can do my own research, just basically rambling
at this point lol.

Thanks

Kendell Clark



On 1/17/2017 8:52 AM, erik burggraaf wrote:
Hello again, Here are corrected links... I hope.


Here is a link to computestick first generation with windows 10:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B014N4CZE2/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=B014N4CZE2&linkCode=as2&tag=inclusivean03-20&linkId=b216c581e63a0da38d2277aaa219e995


Here is a link to the current generation with windows 10:
http://amzn.to/2iD7TbV

These are both in your price range. Asside from them getting warm and
not
having a
n anolog audio jack, I'm pretty happy with the first generation. I
hacked it to ubuntoo using images and instructions I found online.
There's
an hdmi, one usb, and one SD on the first generation model. I haven't
looked closely at the second generation, but for the pricepoint, I would
definitely give it a glance.

I hope this helps,

Erik

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On January 13, 2017 1:46:09 PM "coffeekingms@..."
<coffeekingms@...> wrote:

hi all

My birthday is coming up next month and I'm stuck between an iPod
nano, or a compute stick. I'm not sure what they're actually supposed
to be called,but what I'm talking about is a miniature computer that
terminates in an HDMI port which connects to an HDTV or projector,
with enough storage, bluetooth, wi fi, and a micro sd card slot to use
as an every day laptop. I've looked around a little, but they're quite
expensive, about the cheapest I've run across that sounds like it
might be powerful enough to run both windows 10 and sonar linux well
is the acer chromebot, which is around 90 dollars. The thing about
chrome OS devices is that I don't know a thing about them. They're
linux underneath the google, but I don't know if they're as easy to
duel boot as a regular x86 or x64 pc is. Does anyone know of a good
device that would do this for at least a reasonable price? I'd say
around my absolute top would be $150, and for that it had better be
top of the line or mellisa will ... well she won't be happy. I don't
have many requirements, but I'd like it to be able to run windows 10
at least reasonably well, including some casual gaming like killer
instinct, the windows 10 version, and emulated systems like the
gamecube, wii and n64, and that it have a micro sd card slot, wi fi
and bluetooth. Three or four USB ports would be nice, but not
essential at all, I can just get a USB hub if I have to for extra
ports. A package deal where one comes with the device, a hub and maybe
a bluetooth keyboard would be nice, but I don't want to complicate
things, so not at all necessary, just convenient. I have a keyboard
already. It's a logitech, and it uses one of those wireless receivers.
I'll shut up now lol.

Thanks

Kendell Clark



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Re: Accessible Word Processor

 

hi david and all.
yes.
fortunately both openoffice and libreoffice can save documents as html.
also, abiword, which is not accessible by nvda, supports exporting
documents as html!

On 1/18/17, Ejaz Shah <eashah67@...> wrote:
I have the demo of JAWS 18 and Run HJ Pad is in Utilities - JAWS 18.


On 1/16/2017 12:44 PM, Ron Canazzi wrote:

Hi Gene,


I have a JAWS 16 home edition version. It is not in that list of
tools. I don't know if the full version demo would have it.



On 1/16/2017 2:17 AM, Gene wrote:
It likely still is available. You can run it whether you are running
JAWS or not. It is in the JAWS menu which you open in the all
programs menu. There is an item that says run HJ Pad. I don't know
how the abilities of H J Pad compare with JARTE. But H J Pad is
based on the old menu version of Wordpad. At least it was. It has a
spell checker, which Word Pad doesn't.
Gene
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*Subject:* [nvda] Accessible Word Processor

Hi Group,


I started a new thread on this because I accidentally deleted the
original 'accessible word processor' thread. In any case, I don't know
if this is still valid or not and it also depends on just what you want
to use your slimmed down and very accessible Word Processor software
for. IN the old days, you used to get a small program with a spell
checker called HJ Pad when you installed a copy of JAWS (yes I know it's
one of our competitors.) This little package was totally accessible,
had a spell checker and would save in text or RTF as I recall. It used
to be available--even if you only had a demo of JAWS. I don't know
whether this is true any more, but 5 years ago, it was so. I wonder if
anyone has tried installing the newest demos and seeing if they still
include HJ Pad and seeing if it still works after 40 minutes.




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Re: Eset products

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And what do you use?


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Re: Eset products

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I've never had much luck with them myself.
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Subject: [nvda] Eset products


Dear all!ű

Is there a way to speak eset products? Only eset 8 speaks with nvda.
What AV do you recommend?
Greetings:
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Re: Braille n' Speak Synthesizer

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I got the impression from the original post that it might have been emulated by somebody. I know other of the hardware speech devices have been.
Obviously more input from the original poster is needed here.
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Subject: Re: [nvda] Braille n' Speak Synthesizer


Uh, The Braille 'n Speak is a hardware device. Definitely! definitely definitely not Sapi.

Chris.

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Subject: Re: [nvda] Braille n' Speak Synthesizer


What is the system it uses? If its sapi it should just work but if its an
oddball one then it will need somebody to write a driver for nvda for it,
much like the pico one for the android voice.
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Subject: [nvda] Braille n' Speak Synthesizer


> Is it possible to use this with NVDA? I used the ad-on but it gave me a
> hardware error. (I'm not planning on using it regularly, but it's sort of
> neat for nostalgia's sake.)
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