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Re: Mac users with NVDA?

Christopher-Mark Gilland <clgilland07@...>
 


That doesn't mean however that a mac cannot be used by a blind person.
 
I do it every single day in my job with my audio production work, and encourage anyone who would like to know more to write me off list.
 
 
Chris.
 

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, March 01, 2017 1:14 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Mac users with NVDA?

Hello, the Mac has its own built-in screen reader called Voiceover. Unless the individual uses either a virtual machine to run Windows, or boot camps his/her mac and loads Windows, NVDA cannot be used. Hope this helps.

Armando


On 2/28/2017 9:48 PM, N K Shackelford wrote:

Can a Mac user access one's Mac computer using NVDA? I have a couple of friends who have a Mac, and one has "Snowlepard."  Not familiar with it, but I was suggesting that he get NVDA. I decided I'd better ask about this in case one cannot use NVDA with a Mac.


Thanks,


Nance

    

                



Re: Mac users with NVDA?

Christopher-Mark Gilland <clgilland07@...>
 


Yikes! Snowleopard? That's pretty dang old!
 
Absolutely not! There is a built in screen reader called Voiceover which needs to be used, and is 1? hundred! percent accessible.
 
I'm actually primarily a mac user myself, and even train people on the use of the Mac.
 
Get with me off list if you'd like some more clarification.
 
 
Chris.
 

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, March 01, 2017 12:48 AM
Subject: [nvda] Mac users with NVDA?

Can a Mac user access one's Mac computer using NVDA? I have a couple of friends who have a Mac, and one has "Snowlepard."  Not familiar with it, but I was suggesting that he get NVDA. I decided I'd better ask about this in case one cannot use NVDA with a Mac.


Thanks,


Nance

    

                


Re: offtopic: please sign the petition: Telegram should be accessible for visually impaired

Mário Navarro
 

I already did my part.
cheers.


Às 13:14 de 01/03/2017, Mallard escreveu:

Simone,


You're absolutely right in that respect. I signed the petition, because I think it's a duty that we have to always do our part, but those devs are more than blind... They're daft!

Ciao,

Ollie





Il 01/03/2017 12:09, Simone Dal Maso ha scritto:
Ollie,
try to say this to iranian people, where Telegram is the most used app
in their country.
Their government use telegram to communicate and give announces to
people; blind teachers can't communicate or participate with their
student or other teachers just because all of them use Telegram.
So I think that, als if developers are blind in the figurative sense
of the word, we should try.

2017-02-28 15:43 GMT+01:00, Mallard <mallard@kimabe.eu>:
Yes, I wrote to them a couple of years ago, and the answer sounded more
or less like "we can't be bothered".


I wouldn't waste my time with devs likethose.

If you want a fair alternative to Whatsapp, try Signal.


When I last used it, it was very accessible. It's a lot more private,
and Whatsapp themselves use the encryption system developed by the devs
of Signal...


If Telegram can't be bothered with us, why bother with them?

Ciao,

Ollie





Il 28/02/2017 15:39, Robert Kingett ha scritto:
I signed and shared this but the developers have said, repeatedly,
that they do not want to make this program accessible to the blind.








Re: offtopic: please sign the petition: Telegram should be accessible for visually impaired

Mallard <mallard@...>
 

Simone,


You're absolutely right in that respect. I signed the petition, because I think it's a duty that we have to always do our part, but those devs are more than blind... They're daft!

Ciao,

Ollie

Il 01/03/2017 12:09, Simone Dal Maso ha scritto:
Ollie,
try to say this to iranian people, where Telegram is the most used app
in their country.
Their government use telegram to communicate and give announces to
people; blind teachers can't communicate or participate with their
student or other teachers just because all of them use Telegram.
So I think that, als if developers are blind in the figurative sense
of the word, we should try.

2017-02-28 15:43 GMT+01:00, Mallard <mallard@kimabe.eu>:
Yes, I wrote to them a couple of years ago, and the answer sounded more
or less like "we can't be bothered".


I wouldn't waste my time with devs likethose.

If you want a fair alternative to Whatsapp, try Signal.


When I last used it, it was very accessible. It's a lot more private,
and Whatsapp themselves use the encryption system developed by the devs
of Signal...


If Telegram can't be bothered with us, why bother with them?

Ciao,

Ollie





Il 28/02/2017 15:39, Robert Kingett ha scritto:
I signed and shared this but the developers have said, repeatedly,
that they do not want to make this program accessible to the blind.






Re: offtopic: please sign the petition: Telegram should be accessible for visually impaired

Simone Dal Maso
 

Ollie,
try to say this to iranian people, where Telegram is the most used app
in their country.
Their government use telegram to communicate and give announces to
people; blind teachers can't communicate or participate with their
student or other teachers just because all of them use Telegram.
So I think that, als if developers are blind in the figurative sense
of the word, we should try.

2017-02-28 15:43 GMT+01:00, Mallard <mallard@kimabe.eu>:

Yes, I wrote to them a couple of years ago, and the answer sounded more
or less like "we can't be bothered".


I wouldn't waste my time with devs likethose.

If you want a fair alternative to Whatsapp, try Signal.


When I last used it, it was very accessible. It's a lot more private,
and Whatsapp themselves use the encryption system developed by the devs
of Signal...


If Telegram can't be bothered with us, why bother with them?

Ciao,

Ollie





Il 28/02/2017 15:39, Robert Kingett ha scritto:
I signed and shared this but the developers have said, repeatedly,
that they do not want to make this program accessible to the blind.






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www.nvapple.it
www.nvda.it


Re: Headers in Microsoft Word

Christo Vorster
 

Hi Simon

Contact me off list and I'll probably be able to send you a rather complete list.

My address is:

Christo.vorster@pioneerschool.org.za

Regards

-----Original Message-----
From: nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of Simon Jaeger
Sent: Tuesday, 28 February 2017 5:49 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Headers in Microsoft Word

Hi,

Thanks for this. I do wish those old shortcuts were still documented somewhere. I'll give that a try next time I create a few of them.


Simon



On 2017-02-28 3:04, Christo Vorster wrote:
Hi Simon

I use the Office 2003 command, ALT+V and then H to read my headers. There might be other shortcuts that work, but for me this is the one I prefer.

Cheers

Christo Vorster (Worcester, South Africa)

-----Original Message-----
From: nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of Simon Jaeger
Sent: Saturday, 25 February 2017 8:05 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: [nvda] Headers in Microsoft Word

hi,

Any idea how I can read these? Seems like a stupid thing to install a 40 minute JAWS demo for.


Simon









Re: Using Adobe Digital Edition Reader with NVDA

Mallard <mallard@...>
 

Hello Amber,


That's pretty strange. I do use Adobe Digital Editions to read both epub and pdf books, and I do see the book content all along.


The only unpleasant side to it is that, although it keeps notifying the presence of links, clicking on them doesn't take me to the relevant position in the book.


What format is the book you're trying to read?


What version of Windows and of Adobe Digital are you running?


You can contact me off-list if you wish, so we don't clutter this list with back and forth messages.


We can then report back when we manage to solve the issue.


Ciao, hth,

Ollie

Il 28/02/2017 18:03, Amber Pearcy ha scritto:
Hi all,

One of my textbooks is an Adobe Digital Edition, and it seems that I have to use Adobe's Digital Edition reader to access it. I can see the table of contents, but I can't access anything beyond that. If anyone has any suggestions, please let me know. I am getting further behind with each day that I cannot figure this app out! :(

Best,
Amber

Sent from my iPhone


Re: Mac users with NVDA?

N K Shackelford <nance62lady@...>
 

Thanks very much. I'm glad to know this. I'm totally unfamiliar with anything Mac or Apple.
Nance

On Wed, Mar 1, 2017 at 12:14 AM, Armando Maldonado <armando.maldonado0767@...> wrote:

Hello, the Mac has its own built-in screen reader called Voiceover. Unless the individual uses either a virtual machine to run Windows, or boot camps his/her mac and loads Windows, NVDA cannot be used. Hope this helps.

Armando


On 2/28/2017 9:48 PM, N K Shackelford wrote:

Can a Mac user access one's Mac computer using NVDA? I have a couple of friends who have a Mac, and one has "Snowlepard."  Not familiar with it, but I was suggesting that he get NVDA. I decided I'd better ask about this in case one cannot use NVDA with a Mac.


Thanks,


Nance

    

                





--
N K Shackelford
--Walk on faith and trust in love - Michael Reed--


Re: Mac users with NVDA?

Armando Maldonado
 

Hello, the Mac has its own built-in screen reader called Voiceover. Unless the individual uses either a virtual machine to run Windows, or boot camps his/her mac and loads Windows, NVDA cannot be used. Hope this helps.

Armando


On 2/28/2017 9:48 PM, N K Shackelford wrote:

Can a Mac user access one's Mac computer using NVDA? I have a couple of friends who have a Mac, and one has "Snowlepard."  Not familiar with it, but I was suggesting that he get NVDA. I decided I'd better ask about this in case one cannot use NVDA with a Mac.


Thanks,


Nance

    

                



Mac users with NVDA?

N K Shackelford <nance62lady@...>
 

Can a Mac user access one's Mac computer using NVDA? I have a couple of friends who have a Mac, and one has "Snowlepard."  Not familiar with it, but I was suggesting that he get NVDA. I decided I'd better ask about this in case one cannot use NVDA with a Mac.


Thanks,


Nance

    

                


Re: Strange issues with Edge and latest NVDA

Alexander Masic
 

Hi. I use FF as my default browser. But in I would like to se an accessible Edge. It's good to could chooze browsers even if you are blind.




Den 2017-03-01 kl. 03:00, skrev Robert Mendoza:

I rarely used Microsoft Edge as my browser to my Windows 10 machine. I may suggest to try other browsers instead like Firefox, Google Chrome or the like that suits your needs specially in trying to login or using the mobile site of facebook.

Robert Mendoza

On 3/1/2017 9:19 AM, Alexander Masic wrote:
Hi. I am running latest developer build of windows, and latest nvda. updated all nesseseary adon and so. When i opend m.facebook.com, it looks like this on each status updates.

5 tim

F

l

e

r

a

l

t

e

r

n

a

t

i

v

Unesseseary, this is Swedish and means (more options) but it is presended in a very strange way. In FF everything looks ok. Dont know who may be responcible, so I just want to mantion that it looks like this. and i will also report this till Microsoft.







WinTenApps 17.03,1 released

 

Hi Windows 10 users,

Windows 10 App Essentials 17.03.1 just hit the air. This release fixes localizations and update channel issues. More info can be found at:

https://github.com/josephsl/wintenApps/releases/tag/17.03.1

 

Cheers,

Joseph

 


Re: reading progress down loads in google chrome

 

youtube is a lot better now its fully html5

On 1/03/2017 12:02 p.m., Lenron wrote:
I have to agree for most things I just use firefox accept for youtube
and a few other things. Like audible

On 2/28/17, brian <sackriderbrian45@gmail.com> wrote:
Why are we stuck with only one brouser that will read progress
bars/? It looks like nvda still has some work to do to make more
brousers more accessable. I don't like firefox because it's way to
slow. Webie will alwaysbe the bestbrouser for the blind. Why is it so
hard to make brousers that read the progress bars? If we are going to
change brousers then we need to have more accessable brousers that will
do what we them to do.

Brian Sackrider


On 2/28/2017 5:36 PM, Gene wrote:
That's why I say that for many purposes other than browsing, Firefox
is a better choice. I don't want almost everything displayed as web
pages from settings to history. I don't know how it is for sighted
people, but for blind people, this is somewhat cumbersome. Also,
awhile back, Chrome stopped honoring quick browsing commands in the
settings interface which is a web page interface. Has this been
corrected? What this means is that you can't, for example, make a
change and then use the letter b to jump to the done button. You have
to tab through all the rest of the settings.
It may be that for a lot of browsing, Chrome is faster or somewhat
faster. I haven't compared, thogh I've seen a few people say it
is. But one reason I still use firefox as my main browser is to avoid
having so many interfaces be rendered as web pages.
Gene
----- Original Message -----

*From:* Greg Wocher <mailto:gwocher@gwocher.com>
*Sent:* Tuesday, February 28, 2017 2:38 PM
*To:* nvda@nvda.groups.io <mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io>
*Subject:* Re: [nvda] reading progress down loads in google chrome

Hello,
Once you have hit control plus J tab a time or two and you should land
on a heading that says today. This is the downloads you have done
today. The first one under this heading should be your current
download. If you arrow down a bit you will hear a line that has the
path where the download is going. This line will also have the speed
of your download. If you go down one more line you should hear the
percentage. It will be read as a normal number like 34. I don’t think
it says percent but this is the percent of your download.

Regards,
Greg Wocher
On Feb 28, 2017, at 1:21 PM, brian <sackriderbrian45@gmail.com
<mailto:sackriderbrian45@gmail.com>> wrote:

I did try thatbut I did not hear any progress percentages. in ie
11 it does but not in chrome.

Brian Sackrideer






On 2/28/2017 1:18 PM, Greg Wocher wrote:
Hello,
After starting the download you need to hit control plus J and this
will take you to the downloads window. In this window you can see the
progress of your downloads.

Regards,
Greg Wocher
On Feb 28, 2017, at 1:10 PM, brian <sackriderbrian45@gmail.com
<mailto:sackriderbrian45@gmail.com>> wrote:

Does google chrome read progress in downloads if so how do you do
that. I am using nvda 2017.1 and I just tried to down load all things
radio podcast but it did not say the percentages I tried control j and
I also tried save as but nothing.
Brian Sackrider












Re: Strange issues with Edge and latest NVDA

Robert Mendoza
 

I rarely used Microsoft Edge as my browser to my Windows 10 machine. I may suggest to try other browsers instead like Firefox, Google Chrome or the like that suits your needs specially in trying to login or using the mobile site of facebook.

Robert Mendoza

On 3/1/2017 9:19 AM, Alexander Masic wrote:
Hi. I am running latest developer build of windows, and latest nvda. updated all nesseseary adon and so. When i opend m.facebook.com, it looks like this on each status updates.

5 tim

F

l

e

r

a

l

t

e

r

n

a

t

i

v

Unesseseary, this is Swedish and means (more options) but it is presended in a very strange way. In FF everything looks ok. Dont know who may be responcible, so I just want to mantion that it looks like this. and i will also report this till Microsoft.





Strange issues with Edge and latest NVDA

Alexander Masic
 

Hi. I am running latest developer build of windows, and latest nvda. updated all nesseseary adon and so. When i opend m.facebook.com, it looks like this on each status updates.

5 tim

F

l

e

r

a

l

t

e

r

n

a

t

i

v

Unesseseary, this is Swedish and means (more options) but it is presended in a very strange way. In FF everything looks ok. Dont know who may be responcible, so I just want to mantion that it looks like this. and i will also report this till Microsoft.


Re: reading progress down loads in google chrome

brian <sackriderbrian45@...>
 

    f I could find a brouser that works aswell as webie does then and only then would I change brousers.  You should not have to jump through the hoops just to find your progress if it does read it. Webie just reads the progress when your download starts no need to go and find it. No other brouser can do that.  



Brian SackriderOn 2/28/2017 6:56 PM, Rosemarie Chavarria wrote:

I haven't tried google chrome for downloading yet. As far as webbie, if internet explorer is going away, that means webbie will too. That's why it's good to have more than one browser. Don't stay stuck on webbie because it could be gone in a year or two.

 

 

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of brian
Sent: Tuesday, February 28, 2017 2:48 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] reading progress down loads in google chrome

 

        Why are we stuck with only one brouser that will read progress bars/?  It looks like nvda still has some work to do to make more brousers more accessable.  I don't like firefox because it's way to slow.  Webie will alwaysbe the bestbrouser for the blind.  Why is it so hard to make brousers that read the progress bars?  If we are going to change brousers then we need to have more accessable brousers that will do what we them to do. 

Brian Sackrider

 

On 2/28/2017 5:36 PM, Gene wrote:

That's why I say that for many purposes other than browsing, Firefox is a better choice.  I don't want almost everything displayed as web pages from settings to history.  I don't know how it is for sighted people, but for blind people, this is somewhat cumbersome.  Also, awhile back, Chrome stopped honoring quick browsing commands in the settings interface which is a web page interface.  Has this been corrected?  What this means is that you can't, for example, make a change and then use the letter b to jump to the done button.  You have to tab through all the rest of the settings. 

 

It may be that for a lot of browsing, Chrome is faster or somewhat faster.  I haven't compared, thogh I've seen a few people say it is. But one reason I still use firefox as my main browser is to avoid having so many interfaces be rendered as web pages. 

 

Gene

----- Original Message -----

 

From: Greg Wocher

Sent: Tuesday, February 28, 2017 2:38 PM

Subject: Re: [nvda] reading progress down loads in google chrome

 

Hello,
Once you have hit control plus J tab a time or two and you should land on a heading that says today. This is the downloads you have done today. The first one under this heading should be your current download. If you arrow down a bit you will hear a line that has the path where the download is going. This line will also have the speed of your download. If you go down one more line you should hear the percentage. It will be read as a normal number like 34. I don’t think it says percent but this is the percent of your download.

Regards,
Greg Wocher
> On Feb 28, 2017, at 1:21 PM, brian <sackriderbrian45@...> wrote:
>
>    I did try thatbut I did not hear any progress percentages. in ie 11 it does but not in chrome.
>
> Brian Sackrideer
>
>
>
>
>
>
> On 2/28/2017 1:18 PM, Greg Wocher wrote:
>> Hello,
>> After starting the download you need to hit control plus J and this will take you to the downloads window. In this window you can see the progress of your downloads.
>>
>> Regards,
>> Greg Wocher
>>> On Feb 28, 2017, at 1:10 PM, brian <sackriderbrian45@...> wrote:
>>>
>>> Does google chrome read progress in downloads if so how do you do that.  I am using nvda 2017.1 and I just tried to down load all things radio podcast but it did not say the percentages I tried control j and I also tried save as but nothing.
>>> Brian Sackrider
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>
>>
>
>
>
>
>






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Re: reading progress down loads in google chrome

Rosemarie Chavarria
 

I haven't tried google chrome for downloading yet. As far as webbie, if internet explorer is going away, that means webbie will too. That's why it's good to have more than one browser. Don't stay stuck on webbie because it could be gone in a year or two.

 

 

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of brian
Sent: Tuesday, February 28, 2017 2:48 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] reading progress down loads in google chrome

 

        Why are we stuck with only one brouser that will read progress bars/?  It looks like nvda still has some work to do to make more brousers more accessable.  I don't like firefox because it's way to slow.  Webie will alwaysbe the bestbrouser for the blind.  Why is it so hard to make brousers that read the progress bars?  If we are going to change brousers then we need to have more accessable brousers that will do what we them to do. 

Brian Sackrider

 

On 2/28/2017 5:36 PM, Gene wrote:

That's why I say that for many purposes other than browsing, Firefox is a better choice.  I don't want almost everything displayed as web pages from settings to history.  I don't know how it is for sighted people, but for blind people, this is somewhat cumbersome.  Also, awhile back, Chrome stopped honoring quick browsing commands in the settings interface which is a web page interface.  Has this been corrected?  What this means is that you can't, for example, make a change and then use the letter b to jump to the done button.  You have to tab through all the rest of the settings. 

 

It may be that for a lot of browsing, Chrome is faster or somewhat faster.  I haven't compared, thogh I've seen a few people say it is. But one reason I still use firefox as my main browser is to avoid having so many interfaces be rendered as web pages. 

 

Gene

----- Original Message -----

 

Sent: Tuesday, February 28, 2017 2:38 PM

Subject: Re: [nvda] reading progress down loads in google chrome

 

Hello,
Once you have hit control plus J tab a time or two and you should land on a heading that says today. This is the downloads you have done today. The first one under this heading should be your current download. If you arrow down a bit you will hear a line that has the path where the download is going. This line will also have the speed of your download. If you go down one more line you should hear the percentage. It will be read as a normal number like 34. I don’t think it says percent but this is the percent of your download.

Regards,
Greg Wocher
> On Feb 28, 2017, at 1:21 PM, brian <sackriderbrian45@...> wrote:
>
>    I did try thatbut I did not hear any progress percentages. in ie 11 it does but not in chrome.
>
> Brian Sackrideer
>
>
>
>
>
>
> On 2/28/2017 1:18 PM, Greg Wocher wrote:
>> Hello,
>> After starting the download you need to hit control plus J and this will take you to the downloads window. In this window you can see the progress of your downloads.
>>
>> Regards,
>> Greg Wocher
>>> On Feb 28, 2017, at 1:10 PM, brian <sackriderbrian45@...> wrote:
>>>
>>> Does google chrome read progress in downloads if so how do you do that.  I am using nvda 2017.1 and I just tried to down load all things radio podcast but it did not say the percentages I tried control j and I also tried save as but nothing.
>>> Brian Sackrider
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>
>>
>
>
>
>
>






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Re: Using Adobe Digital Edition Reader with NVDA

Gene
 

The discussion has moved into areas of illegal use.  Please stop this part of the thread.  If legal uses continue to be discussed, I won't close the thread but if discussions of how to circumvent DRM continue, I shall close it.  Illegal uses of software are not allowed to be discussed on list.
 
Gene
Moderator
-----


Re: reading progress down loads in google chrome

Lenron
 

I have to agree for most things I just use firefox accept for youtube
and a few other things. Like audible

On 2/28/17, brian <sackriderbrian45@gmail.com> wrote:
Why are we stuck with only one brouser that will read progress
bars/? It looks like nvda still has some work to do to make more
brousers more accessable. I don't like firefox because it's way to
slow. Webie will alwaysbe the bestbrouser for the blind. Why is it so
hard to make brousers that read the progress bars? If we are going to
change brousers then we need to have more accessable brousers that will
do what we them to do.

Brian Sackrider


On 2/28/2017 5:36 PM, Gene wrote:
That's why I say that for many purposes other than browsing, Firefox
is a better choice. I don't want almost everything displayed as web
pages from settings to history. I don't know how it is for sighted
people, but for blind people, this is somewhat cumbersome. Also,
awhile back, Chrome stopped honoring quick browsing commands in the
settings interface which is a web page interface. Has this been
corrected? What this means is that you can't, for example, make a
change and then use the letter b to jump to the done button. You have
to tab through all the rest of the settings.
It may be that for a lot of browsing, Chrome is faster or somewhat
faster. I haven't compared, thogh I've seen a few people say it
is. But one reason I still use firefox as my main browser is to avoid
having so many interfaces be rendered as web pages.
Gene
----- Original Message -----

*From:* Greg Wocher <mailto:gwocher@gwocher.com>
*Sent:* Tuesday, February 28, 2017 2:38 PM
*To:* nvda@nvda.groups.io <mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io>
*Subject:* Re: [nvda] reading progress down loads in google chrome

Hello,
Once you have hit control plus J tab a time or two and you should land
on a heading that says today. This is the downloads you have done
today. The first one under this heading should be your current
download. If you arrow down a bit you will hear a line that has the
path where the download is going. This line will also have the speed
of your download. If you go down one more line you should hear the
percentage. It will be read as a normal number like 34. I don’t think
it says percent but this is the percent of your download.

Regards,
Greg Wocher
On Feb 28, 2017, at 1:21 PM, brian <sackriderbrian45@gmail.com
<mailto:sackriderbrian45@gmail.com>> wrote:

I did try thatbut I did not hear any progress percentages. in ie
11 it does but not in chrome.

Brian Sackrideer






On 2/28/2017 1:18 PM, Greg Wocher wrote:
Hello,
After starting the download you need to hit control plus J and this
will take you to the downloads window. In this window you can see the
progress of your downloads.

Regards,
Greg Wocher
On Feb 28, 2017, at 1:10 PM, brian <sackriderbrian45@gmail.com
<mailto:sackriderbrian45@gmail.com>> wrote:

Does google chrome read progress in downloads if so how do you do
that. I am using nvda 2017.1 and I just tried to down load all things
radio podcast but it did not say the percentages I tried control j and
I also tried save as but nothing.
Brian Sackrider











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Skype: ron.brown762


Re: Using Adobe Digital Edition Reader with NVDA

 

Yes but you can use codex to remove drm, you then can convert the resultant epub to whatever you want.
It won't work on an epub player after conversion it will be corrupted but you should be able to convert that to another format but codex was able to do it straight it doesn't just use calibre for everything.

On 1/03/2017 9:09 a.m., James AUSTIN wrote:
Hi everyone,,

Not to throw a spanner in the works, but is it not correct that Calibre
will only convert DRM-free ebooks?

Thanks

James


On 28/02/2017 18:33, Shaun Everiss wrote:
You only need to use the app to download the epub it should appear in
your documents folder I think its under ebooks or something I forgot
where exactly anyway once you find where the extracted epub is you can
use codex on it and then you can make that into any file you want to
read text, html, word even kindle.
codex is at www.jscholes.net/projects/codex and is a calibre frontend
using calibre as its engine.



On 1/03/2017 6:03 a.m., Amber Pearcy wrote:
Hi all,

One of my textbooks is an Adobe Digital Edition, and it seems that I
have to use Adobe's Digital Edition reader to access it. I can see
the table of contents, but I can't access anything beyond that. If
anyone has any suggestions, please let me know. I am getting further
behind with each day that I cannot figure this app out! :(

Best,
Amber

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