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configuration profile for IE11

David Mehler
 

Hello,

I'm using NVDA 2017.1 on a win10 1607 box.

Whenever I start IE11 a profile loads loading the sapi5 synth, rather
than my default synth.

I'm wondering if this profile comes with IE and NVDA now or if I created one?

Also, does anyone have any podcasts on NVDA and edge, specifically
configuration and setup?

Thanks.
Dave.


Accessible music notation software

brandon
 

Greetings list,

I am planning on starting my journey on becomming a music major in the fall of this year.
I was wondering if there are any accessible programs that can help me in music notation.
Especially ones that can display music notation in the standard print way.
Also if there are any tips and tricks of the trade that can help those would be appreciated.
Kind regards,
Brandon


Re: update on orbit20

kelby carlson
 

Did they indicate when the final product will come out? There have
been a lot of delays.

On 5/27/17, Josh Kennedy <joshknnd1982@...> wrote:
hello

An update on the orbit20 for you all. I was asked by a-p-h if I wanted
to test the final orbit20 product before they start selling it. So I
said yes and gave my mailing address. They said when I receive the final
production unit to send back the old prototype but to keep the USB
cable, memory sd card and charging brick because they will work with the
production unit. The production unit is the one you all will see when
you buy your orbit20 devices for $449 plus shipping. a-p-h also said
that I may, or may not, be able to keep the production unit once the
orbit20 officially goes on sale and that well I imagine once it goes on
sale I would just pay a-p-h $449 for the unit they send me when the time
comes to pay the money. So by thursday or friday of next week I should
have a final production orbit20 unit in my hands and will be able to
report back on the differences between the 7 to 12 month old prototype
and the final production units. I am very excited to receive a final
production unit. I was told the 7 to 12 month old prototype I currently
have is a very expensive handMade unit with an older buggy pin-set.
These production units are made in an automated factory process. The
final production unit will be the final $449 united states dollars,
product that you all and I will be purchasing.


Josh






update on orbit20

Josh Kennedy
 

hello

An update on the orbit20 for you all. I was asked by a-p-h if I wanted to test the final orbit20 product before they start selling it. So I said yes and gave my mailing address. They said when I receive the final production unit to send back the old prototype but to keep the USB cable, memory sd card and charging brick because they will work with the production unit. The production unit is the one you all will see when you buy your orbit20 devices for $449 plus shipping. a-p-h also said that I may, or may not, be able to keep the production unit once the orbit20 officially goes on sale and that well I imagine once it goes on sale I would just pay a-p-h $449 for the unit they send me when the time comes to pay the money. So by thursday or friday of next week I should have a final production orbit20 unit in my hands and will be able to report back on the differences between the 7 to 12 month old prototype and the final production units. I am very excited to receive a final production unit. I was told the 7 to 12 month old prototype I currently have is a very expensive handMade unit with an older buggy pin-set. These production units are made in an automated factory process. The final production unit will be the final $449 united states dollars, product that you all and I will be purchasing.


Josh


Re: NVDACon 2017: Community Engagement conference archive isnow available

Enida Skaljo
 

Thanks a lot Joe for the Keynote presentation recording.

Keep good work and stay well.

Dana 27. svi 2017. 02:38 osoba "David Moore" <jesusloves1966@...> napisala je:

Thanks a lot, Joseph!

David Moore

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: Joseph Lee
Sent: Friday, May 26, 2017 2:50 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] NVDACon 2017: Community Engagement conference archive isnow available

 

Hi everyone,

The highlight of NVDACon 2017 – the keynote by NV Access is now live:

https://www.nvdacon.org/17keynote

Please spread the word far and wide. Enjoy the keynote presentation.

Cheers,

Joseph

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of Joseph Lee
Sent: Friday, May 26, 2017 11:18 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] NVDACon 2017: Community Engagement conference archive is now available

 

Hi everyone,

So far, the following sessions are available:

  • Google and Google Chrome
  • Lightning Talk I: Screen reader comparisons
  • Lightning Talk II: REAPER and OSARA
  • Lightning Talk III: DictationBridge, a year later

 

Thanks.

Cheers,

Joseph

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of Joseph Lee
Sent: Friday, May 26, 2017 11:15 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: [nvda] NVDACon 2017: Community Engagement conference archive is now available

 

Dear NVDA community around the world,

 

The NVDACon 2017 organizers are delighted to announce that the archive from this year’s conference is now available for your enjoyment. You can find the audio recordings at:

https://www.nvdacon.org/past-conferences

 

Also, a reflection piece from the founder of NVDACon is also available:

http://joslee22590.blogspot.com/2017/05/nvdacon-2017-reflections-from-founding.html

 

Enjoy.

Cheers,

Joseph

 


Re: Focus Highlighter

Domingos de Oliveira <domingos20000@...>
 

VoiceOver does it per default, the focussed object is highlighted with a rectangle, its very usefull for visual impaired and to show something to a sighted person.



Am 26.05.2017 um 19:11 schrieb Brian Vogel:
Let me tell you, as a sighted person who tutors JAWS [mostly], that the Focus Highlight add-on is unbelievably helpful and one of the most appealing features available under NVDA for me.

It is very difficult for most folks, and particularly those of us with sight, to wrap our heads around the virtual cursor and the fact that, as a general rule [and for good reason from a practical standpoint], most screen reader software makes absolutely no effort to make the screen track with where the virtual cursor is located and match that up.  Even when you understand the virtual cursor and that what's in the window you're working on is buffered, if it's sufficiently complex it becomes well-nigh impossible for a sighted person to have any idea of "where you really are" once you've been working with things that are not visible on the screen.

Focus highlight makes it much easier for me as a tutor, and for any sighted assistant you might call upon, to know exactly what it is that currently has focus.  And for those who interact with it enough the various line colors and/or "squiggles" contained within those colored lines tell us exactly what screen reader state is currently active for that item with focus.

This add-on was, and remains, a functional stroke of brilliance for collaboration between screen reader users and the clueless or even clued in sighted folks who would like to help, but are hopelessly lost if they can't literally see what you're operating on.
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Re: speech hub voices

Arno Schuh
 

Dear Isaac,

In short, practically, the voices included in the SpeechHub version
are those that are currently possible to use.
That's really a pity! It would be nice to have all the available speech projects for MaryTTS in SpeechHub.
I sometimes like to read news in the Moselle Franconian dialect, spoken across the German border in Luxembourg. To read this news and artikles with a German voice is horrible. And because this "language" is only used by about 500.000 people there of course is no hope to get a voice from the usual producers like Nuance, Acapela etc. The only source I saw by request was a project on MaryTTS.

So to get these voices into SpeechHub in an easy way would be very helpful.


Re: speech hub voices

Isaac Porat
 

Hello


Presumably you installed SpeechHub from:

http://www.speechhub.org


Also presumably you have after installation installed the NVDA SpeechHub add-on as explained in the NVDA section further down the page.

If you did you can use the NVDA standard Synthesizer and Voice dialog boxes to use the voices you like in the usual way.


As a user the above is all you need to know.

If you are technically interested in the actual MaryTTS voices these come as an integral part of SpeechHub.

SpeechHub currently support only English voices. These voices are available in the MaryTTS website but last time I have produced the SpeechHub installer not all voices were of good enough quality to be included in SpeechHub. Also these voices are MaryTTS version depended so all has to match including special modifications that make SpeechHub work with MaryTTS voices.
In short, practically, the voices included in the SpeechHub version are those that are currently possible to use.

Regards
Isaac

On 22/05/2017 12:29, The Wolf wrote:
I got the speech hub server installed
the open marry tts is a speech hub speech synthisizer.
thanks
Hank

On 5/21/2017 10:25 PM, Gene New Zealand wrote:
Hi


Are you refereing to the speechhub package?


Gene nz



On 20/05/2017 6:08 PM, The Wolf wrote:
Hello can I please get the mary tts engine fore the hub speech server?

it is called open mary tts

thanks

Hank








Re: In-Process May 26

Bhavya shah
 

Hi Quentin,
Great post as always, and I do appreciate the In-Process blog posts
you periodically write. Out of curiosity, do you think comments could
and/or should be enabled for the same?
Thanks.

On 5/26/17, Robert Kingett <@blindjourno> wrote:
Is there an RSS feed for these blogs? The only one I see is the podcast
RSS feed



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Re: NVDACon 2017: Community Engagement conference archive isnow available

David Moore
 

Thanks a lot, Joseph!

David Moore

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: Joseph Lee
Sent: Friday, May 26, 2017 2:50 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] NVDACon 2017: Community Engagement conference archive isnow available

 

Hi everyone,

The highlight of NVDACon 2017 – the keynote by NV Access is now live:

https://www.nvdacon.org/17keynote

Please spread the word far and wide. Enjoy the keynote presentation.

Cheers,

Joseph

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of Joseph Lee
Sent: Friday, May 26, 2017 11:18 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] NVDACon 2017: Community Engagement conference archive is now available

 

Hi everyone,

So far, the following sessions are available:

  • Google and Google Chrome
  • Lightning Talk I: Screen reader comparisons
  • Lightning Talk II: REAPER and OSARA
  • Lightning Talk III: DictationBridge, a year later

 

Thanks.

Cheers,

Joseph

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of Joseph Lee
Sent: Friday, May 26, 2017 11:15 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: [nvda] NVDACon 2017: Community Engagement conference archive is now available

 

Dear NVDA community around the world,

 

The NVDACon 2017 organizers are delighted to announce that the archive from this year’s conference is now available for your enjoyment. You can find the audio recordings at:

https://www.nvdacon.org/past-conferences

 

Also, a reflection piece from the founder of NVDACon is also available:

http://joslee22590.blogspot.com/2017/05/nvdacon-2017-reflections-from-founding.html

 

Enjoy.

Cheers,

Joseph

 


Re: IRC clients that work well with NVDA

 

I think facebook is broken with instand bird


On 5/26/2017 2:26 PM, Sylvie Duchateau wrote:
Hello Deborah and all, 
I don't know which IRC link you are looking for (the one indicated at the bottom of each of the list messages, or the link from the NVDA community). 
As IRC client, I use Instantbird which works very well with NVDA. 
Look for Instantbird in your favourite search engine. 
When you have installed Instantbird, you need to create an account. 
First, choose IRC in the list (there are other messaging tools such as Twitter, Facebook, and many others). 
Then you have to give the server link, your user name, password if needed and give the channel name, for example #nvda. 
I hope this can help you!
Have a nice week-end!
Sylvie
Le 26 mai 2017 à 19:22, Deborah Armstrong <debee@...> a écrit :

At NVDACon, we briefly discussed IRC clients and I'd like some more information.  Irc appeals to me over voice-chatting because I'm often at work and don't want to make it obvious that I'm not always working on what the boss would like me working on. It's also why I don't Skype that often.

I'd like to hang out on Irc with some NVDA users, but in the past, I haven't found clients that worked that great. Most of them did not make it easy to skim messages, and many repeated info I'd already heard because the screen reader had trouble tracking what I'd read already.  

I did use Talking Irc for a while, which I really liked but it has malware or something that Norton antivirus whined about and I didn't want to risk continuing to use it.
Also I see that the Irc link at the bottom of NVDA digest post is different than the link on the NVDA community page. Are there two different places where users hang out?their


Re: IRC clients that work well with NVDA

Sylvie Duchateau
 

Hello Deborah and all, 
I don't know which IRC link you are looking for (the one indicated at the bottom of each of the list messages, or the link from the NVDA community). 
As IRC client, I use Instantbird which works very well with NVDA. 
Look for Instantbird in your favourite search engine. 
When you have installed Instantbird, you need to create an account. 
First, choose IRC in the list (there are other messaging tools such as Twitter, Facebook, and many others). 
Then you have to give the server link, your user name, password if needed and give the channel name, for example #nvda. 
I hope this can help you!
Have a nice week-end!
Sylvie

Le 26 mai 2017 à 19:22, Deborah Armstrong <debee@...> a écrit :

At NVDACon, we briefly discussed IRC clients and I'd like some more information.  Irc appeals to me over voice-chatting because I'm often at work and don't want to make it obvious that I'm not always working on what the boss would like me working on. It's also why I don't Skype that often.

I'd like to hang out on Irc with some NVDA users, but in the past, I haven't found clients that worked that great. Most of them did not make it easy to skim messages, and many repeated info I'd already heard because the screen reader had trouble tracking what I'd read already.  

I did use Talking Irc for a while, which I really liked but it has malware or something that Norton antivirus whined about and I didn't want to risk continuing to use it.
Also I see that the Irc link at the bottom of NVDA digest post is different than the link on the NVDA community page. Are there two different places where users hang out?their


Re: rough draft of a laptop tutorial for migrating from window eyes to NVDA

Tony Ballou
 

Howdy Gene,

Thanks. I just finished reading an article from one of the Microsoft blogs. I suppose my next plan should be to try and update my laptop with the creators update just to see what's changed.  That is, if the darn thing installs sigh.  I'm still hammering away at the draft and have included the suggestions that Gene gave.  I burned way too much midnight oil to have this piece go to waste. 

Tony

On 5/26/2017 3:17 PM, Gene New Zealand wrote:

Hi


To start up narrator it is the ctrl +windows + enter key on my windows 10 creators update.



Gene nz



On 27/05/2017 5:30 AM, Tony Ballou wrote:

Hi Gene,


Thanks for letting me know. Since I can't get the creators update on my desktop system, I don't know if they changed how it works in 10 either. Before I add anything correct me if I'm wrong here.  Is it windows-u that  turns it on  in windows 7 and 8. Or maybe I should just stick with typing the word in the search box. 


Tony


On 5/26/2017 1:24 PM, Gene wrote:
Windows enter doesn't wor in Windows 7.  I don't know if it does in Windows 8.  In Windows 10, the command has changed after the latest update.  I don't use Windows 10 but I think it now is control Windows enter. 
 
I haven't read the rest of the tutorial yet but that is what I've seen so far that requires comment.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, May 26, 2017 12:05 PM
Subject: [nvda] rough draft of a laptop tutorial for migrating from window eyes to NVDA

    Hi folks,


someone asked for a followup piece covering migrating from window eyes to NVDA using a laptop. 


I've accepted the challenge and have prepared something that I think will work.  However, this is a rough draft, and I want to hear from you about it. You'll be able to read it after my signature. Hope this will help some of you out there.


Tony




Making the change


coming from window eyes to NVDA with a laptop


If you have decided that you're going to make the switch from Window eyes to NVDA and you're using a laptop, as with anything you may catch a case of the jitters. Hey, with something new, who doesn't? Here's a guide that hopefully will not only rest those jitters, but will have you working with NVDA.


Let's get things started:


Setting up NVDA:


The first thing you will want to do if you do not have screen reading software installed on your laptop is to start up narrator. To do this, press Windows+enter.

This is a toggle that turns narrator on and off.

To get NVDA, there are 2 places, that you can go. The first is the NV access website,

https://www.nvaccess.org once there you can get your copy of nvda from the downloads page.


Once you've downloaded the file from here, go to the location where you saved it, and hit enter on it. When prompted allow the program to run and in a few seconds you'll hear a musical chord. After this the E speak voice will welcome you to the NVDA installer program. At this point you will want to shut down the narrator so that only one voice will be speaking.


Follow the prompts until you have successfully installed NVDA and when the finish button comes up hit it. NVDA Will close out for a second or two then restart with the fully installed version that you put on your laptop.


If you have a bit of computer savvy, You can get an automatic installer for NVDA at WWW.ninite.com.

Once you have downloaded the file to your hard drive, go to the

location where you saved it, press enter and after allowing it to run, sit back relax, and let ninite do its thing. Once it's complete, NVDA will be installed and ready to go


Changing the voice


Before I go any further let me say that laptops come in various keyboard designs and layouts. Some of them have numeric keypads and some of them don't. However, with this section you shouldn't have any trouble with setting things up.


To get into the NVDA menu hit insert-n. You can use any one of three modifier keys: The capslock, and both insert keys can be used in combination with any letter that NVDA designates as a shortcut key.


Once the menu is up, arrow down to the preferences sub menu, hit the right arrow to open it and arrow down twice until NVDA says synthesizer and press enter on it. Once the dialog box comes up tab over to the synthesizer combo box and down arrow to choose microsoft Sapi version 5. then, when it begins to speak tab to the OK button and press enter. Once you have this done, you probably will want to keep the voice you have selected. To do this press the NVDA+Control+C keyboard shortcut. This will save the current configuration, so that when you restart your system, the voice you selected will always come on.

Navigating and creating documents


If you are familiar with the windows commands, then you have pretty much got the game won. Nothing has changed, the arrows do as they have always done, and when combined with the control and shift keys is still very much the same. However, there are some keyboard commands that you should be aware of in NVDA. Here are some of those:


NVDA Menu

NVDA+n

brings up the NVDA menu to allow you to access preferences, tools, help, etc.


Input Help Mode

NVDA+1

Pressing any key in this mode will report the key, and the description of any NVDA command associated with it


Pass next key through

NVDA+f2

Tells NVDA to pass the next key press straight through to the active application, even if it is normally treated as an NVDA key command


Report date/time

NVDA+f12

Pressing once reports the current time, pressing twice reports the date


Report battery status

NVDA+shift+b

Reports the battery status i.e. whether AC power is in use or the current charge percentage.


Report clipboard text

NVDA+c

Reports the Text in the clipboard if there is any.


Report current focus

NVDA+tab

announces the current object or control that has the System focus. Pressing twice will spell the information


Report title

NVDA+t

Reports the title of the currently active window. Pressing twice will spell the information. Pressing three times will copy it to the clipboard


Read active window

NVDA+b

reads all the controls in the currently active window (Very useful for working in dialog boxes)


Report Status Bar

NVDA+shift+end

Reports the Status Bar if NVDA finds one. It also moves the navigator object to this location. Pressing twice will spell the information


Say all

NVDA+a

Starts reading from the current position of the system caret, moving it along as it goes


Read current line

NVDA+l

Reads the line where the system caret is currently situated. Pressing twice spells the line.


Read current text selection

NVDA+shift+s

Reads any currently selected text


These are just a few of the keyboard shortcuts that are available to you. In the help menu of NVDA you can find a list of all of the NVDA keyboard shortcuts, and any other information that you may want to check out is in the user guide which is also in this menu.


Browse Mode


The commands for navigating the internet are universal, and everything that you could do with your original screen reader can be done with NVDA. Nearly all of the single letter navigation keys perform in the same manner with a couple of exceptions. Again, you can use the command reference and the NVDA user guide to find out more information on it.


Reviewing text


NVDA like window eyes does have a review cursor which you can use to navigate the screen. If you’re coming from window eyes, the PC cursor is called the system focus and the system caret. As for the window eyes cursor is a combination of things, 3 review modes which are document, object, and screen. The screen review part of this will probably be the mode you will be most comfortable with; and object navigation. The NVDA users guide explains all of this thoroughly. You can also find information on review and object navigation at the accessibility central and NVDA Korea-English websites. The web addresses will be posted in the NVDA resources section later on in this document.


Screen Review Commands


Move to previous line in review

NVDA+upArrow

Moves the review cursor to the previous line of text

Report current line in review

NVDA+shift+period

Announces the current line of text where the review cursor is positioned. Pressing twice spells the line. Pressing three times spells the line using character descriptions.

Move to next line in review

NVDA+downArrow

Move the review cursor to the next line of text


Move to previous word in review

NVDA+control+leftArrow

Report current word in review

NVDA+control+period

Announces the current word in the text where the review cursor is positioned. Pressing twice spells the word. Pressing three times spells the word using character descriptions.

Move to next word in review

NVDA+control+rightArrow

Move the review cursor to the next word in the text


Move to previous character in review

NVDA+leftArrow

Moves the review cursor to the previous character on the current line in the text

Report current character in review

NVDA+period

Announces the current character on the line of text where the review cursor is positioned. Pressing twice reports a description or example of that character. Pressing three times reports the numeric value of the character in decimal and hexadecimal.

Move to next character in review

NVDA+rightArrow

Move the review cursor to the next character on the current line of text


Observe the layout and patterns of the above keystrokes.

The arrow keys will give the previous and next characters, adding the control key to the arrow keys will give the previous and next words, and adding the shift key to the arrows will give the previous and next lines. This same concept hold strue for reading the current character word and line the only difference is that you’re using the period instead of the arrows.


Those are the main commands for reviewing text this next set however should be noted.


Move to top line in review

NVDA+control+home

Move to bottom line in review

NVDA+control+end

Move to start of line in review

NVDA+home

Move to end of line in review

NVDA+end


Observe the pattern of these shortcuts.


switch to next review mode

NVDA+pageUp

switches to the next available review mode

switch to previous review mode

NVDA+pageDown

switches to the previous available review mode


I believe that if you can Grasp these concepts, you will be well on your way to using NVDA with confidence, efficiently, and effectively. Good Luck!

NVDA Resources


Should you need any sort of help with NVDA there are loads of places on the internet to find it.


Accessibility Central


Perhaps the largest and most robust repository of information on the net about using NVDA. Go to


http://accessibilitycentral.net/


(Note: Though the information on this page is totally relevant, some of it goes back to earlier versions of NVDA and may not apply to what you are currently running) Keep in mind that as things in operating systems and programs change, things may have to change in NVDA also.) Here is what you'll find there.


For information regarding the NVDA screen reader itself


http://accessibilitycentral.net/nvda%20screen%20reader.html


Installing additional components for NVDA


Here's a link to a page with information on installing additional components for NVDA


http://accessibilitycentral.net/how%20to%20install%20additional%20nvda%20components.html


NVDA Tutorials


This page has a wealth of information. There are tutorials covering everything from working with NVDA to using NVDA with the internet, Microsoft

word, and Microsoft

excel. Check it all out at


http://accessibilitycentral.net/nvda%20tutorials.html

Are you using Mozilla Thunderbird as your e-mail client, and you're looking for a tutorial for it? Well you can find it here.


http://accessibilitycentral.net/accessible%20email%20client%20mozilla%20thunderbird.html


If you can't afford the Microsoft office suite and need something to fill the bill, There are a couple of programs out there that will do it rather nicely; and they both support NVDA.

They are Open and Libre Office. For information on using these productivity suites with NVDA, Go to


http://accessibilitycentral.net/how%20to%20make%20open%20office%20and%20libre%20office%20accessible.html

Note: The versions covered here are for versions 4.10 of open office, and version 4.0 of libre office , and lots of things have been upgraded and fixed since 2014.

Sometimes you may need to grab a program and you are not exactly sure if it will work with NVDA. Here is a list of programs that are being road tested with nvda. Keep in mind here that nothing's guaranteed here and other factors such as which version of the windows operating system you are working with apply.


http://accessibilitycentral.net/nvda_road_tested_programs.html


Windows 10 and NVDA

Looking for information about using windows 10 with NVDA? You can find it here.


http://accessibilitycentral.net/nvda%20tutorials%20for%20windows%2010.html


The NVDA Korea – English website, Here you can find audio tutorials covering the use of the NVDA Screen reader in either language. The link to the English version of the website is


http://www.nvda-kr.org/en/


The NVDA community add ons website


This site hosts information and links to add-ons, plug-ins, and enhancements for NVDA. Check it out at

https://addons.nvda-project.org/index.en.html


The NV access websites

Home to the NVDA screen reader

https://www.nvaccess.org


The NVDA.groups.ioo Email list

If you wish to connect to a community loaded with NVDA users that will help you answer any queries about NVDA you may have, Look no further then the NVDA users e-mail list. To get started there,

send a message to

nvda+subscribe@nvda.groups.io

and we will be glad to assist.

 



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Re: rough draft of a laptop tutorial for migrating from window eyes to NVDA

Tony Ballou
 

Hi Gene,


That's definitely another way of putting it that will work. Thanks buddy!


Tony


On 5/26/2017 1:52 PM, Gene wrote:
I don't know enough about the variations.  My view is the keep things simple in a tutorial such as this which is meant to get people familiar with the basics of NVDA and not as Windows instruction.
 
If it were me, I would say that there are other ways to run Narrator but for uniformity, you are providing the following method:
Press and hold the Windows key or the start key, as some people may think of it.
While holding it, type r.
Then release both keys and type the word narrator.  Press enter.
Narrator will run.
Then you might add that these instructions will work in all versions of Windows.
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, May 26, 2017 12:30 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] rough draft of a laptop tutorial for migrating from window eyes to NVDA

Hi Gene,


Thanks for letting me know. Since I can't get the creators update on my desktop system, I don't know if they changed how it works in 10 either. Before I add anything correct me if I'm wrong here.  Is it windows-u that  turns it on  in windows 7 and 8. Or maybe I should just stick with typing the word in the search box. 


Tony


On 5/26/2017 1:24 PM, Gene wrote:
Windows enter doesn't wor in Windows 7.  I don't know if it does in Windows 8.  In Windows 10, the command has changed after the latest update.  I don't use Windows 10 but I think it now is control Windows enter. 
 
I haven't read the rest of the tutorial yet but that is what I've seen so far that requires comment.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, May 26, 2017 12:05 PM
Subject: [nvda] rough draft of a laptop tutorial for migrating from window eyes to NVDA

    Hi folks,


someone asked for a followup piece covering migrating from window eyes to NVDA using a laptop. 


I've accepted the challenge and have prepared something that I think will work.  However, this is a rough draft, and I want to hear from you about it. You'll be able to read it after my signature. Hope this will help some of you out there.


Tony




Making the change


coming from window eyes to NVDA with a laptop


If you have decided that you're going to make the switch from Window eyes to NVDA and you're using a laptop, as with anything you may catch a case of the jitters. Hey, with something new, who doesn't? Here's a guide that hopefully will not only rest those jitters, but will have you working with NVDA.


Let's get things started:


Setting up NVDA:


The first thing you will want to do if you do not have screen reading software installed on your laptop is to start up narrator. To do this, press Windows+enter.

This is a toggle that turns narrator on and off.

To get NVDA, there are 2 places, that you can go. The first is the NV access website,

https://www.nvaccess.org once there you can get your copy of nvda from the downloads page.


Once you've downloaded the file from here, go to the location where you saved it, and hit enter on it. When prompted allow the program to run and in a few seconds you'll hear a musical chord. After this the E speak voice will welcome you to the NVDA installer program. At this point you will want to shut down the narrator so that only one voice will be speaking.


Follow the prompts until you have successfully installed NVDA and when the finish button comes up hit it. NVDA Will close out for a second or two then restart with the fully installed version that you put on your laptop.


If you have a bit of computer savvy, You can get an automatic installer for NVDA at WWW.ninite.com.

Once you have downloaded the file to your hard drive, go to the

location where you saved it, press enter and after allowing it to run, sit back relax, and let ninite do its thing. Once it's complete, NVDA will be installed and ready to go


Changing the voice


Before I go any further let me say that laptops come in various keyboard designs and layouts. Some of them have numeric keypads and some of them don't. However, with this section you shouldn't have any trouble with setting things up.


To get into the NVDA menu hit insert-n. You can use any one of three modifier keys: The capslock, and both insert keys can be used in combination with any letter that NVDA designates as a shortcut key.


Once the menu is up, arrow down to the preferences sub menu, hit the right arrow to open it and arrow down twice until NVDA says synthesizer and press enter on it. Once the dialog box comes up tab over to the synthesizer combo box and down arrow to choose microsoft Sapi version 5. then, when it begins to speak tab to the OK button and press enter. Once you have this done, you probably will want to keep the voice you have selected. To do this press the NVDA+Control+C keyboard shortcut. This will save the current configuration, so that when you restart your system, the voice you selected will always come on.

Navigating and creating documents


If you are familiar with the windows commands, then you have pretty much got the game won. Nothing has changed, the arrows do as they have always done, and when combined with the control and shift keys is still very much the same. However, there are some keyboard commands that you should be aware of in NVDA. Here are some of those:


NVDA Menu

NVDA+n

brings up the NVDA menu to allow you to access preferences, tools, help, etc.


Input Help Mode

NVDA+1

Pressing any key in this mode will report the key, and the description of any NVDA command associated with it


Pass next key through

NVDA+f2

Tells NVDA to pass the next key press straight through to the active application, even if it is normally treated as an NVDA key command


Report date/time

NVDA+f12

Pressing once reports the current time, pressing twice reports the date


Report battery status

NVDA+shift+b

Reports the battery status i.e. whether AC power is in use or the current charge percentage.


Report clipboard text

NVDA+c

Reports the Text in the clipboard if there is any.


Report current focus

NVDA+tab

announces the current object or control that has the System focus. Pressing twice will spell the information


Report title

NVDA+t

Reports the title of the currently active window. Pressing twice will spell the information. Pressing three times will copy it to the clipboard


Read active window

NVDA+b

reads all the controls in the currently active window (Very useful for working in dialog boxes)


Report Status Bar

NVDA+shift+end

Reports the Status Bar if NVDA finds one. It also moves the navigator object to this location. Pressing twice will spell the information


Say all

NVDA+a

Starts reading from the current position of the system caret, moving it along as it goes


Read current line

NVDA+l

Reads the line where the system caret is currently situated. Pressing twice spells the line.


Read current text selection

NVDA+shift+s

Reads any currently selected text


These are just a few of the keyboard shortcuts that are available to you. In the help menu of NVDA you can find a list of all of the NVDA keyboard shortcuts, and any other information that you may want to check out is in the user guide which is also in this menu.


Browse Mode


The commands for navigating the internet are universal, and everything that you could do with your original screen reader can be done with NVDA. Nearly all of the single letter navigation keys perform in the same manner with a couple of exceptions. Again, you can use the command reference and the NVDA user guide to find out more information on it.


Reviewing text


NVDA like window eyes does have a review cursor which you can use to navigate the screen. If you’re coming from window eyes, the PC cursor is called the system focus and the system caret. As for the window eyes cursor is a combination of things, 3 review modes which are document, object, and screen. The screen review part of this will probably be the mode you will be most comfortable with; and object navigation. The NVDA users guide explains all of this thoroughly. You can also find information on review and object navigation at the accessibility central and NVDA Korea-English websites. The web addresses will be posted in the NVDA resources section later on in this document.


Screen Review Commands


Move to previous line in review

NVDA+upArrow

Moves the review cursor to the previous line of text

Report current line in review

NVDA+shift+period

Announces the current line of text where the review cursor is positioned. Pressing twice spells the line. Pressing three times spells the line using character descriptions.

Move to next line in review

NVDA+downArrow

Move the review cursor to the next line of text


Move to previous word in review

NVDA+control+leftArrow

Report current word in review

NVDA+control+period

Announces the current word in the text where the review cursor is positioned. Pressing twice spells the word. Pressing three times spells the word using character descriptions.

Move to next word in review

NVDA+control+rightArrow

Move the review cursor to the next word in the text


Move to previous character in review

NVDA+leftArrow

Moves the review cursor to the previous character on the current line in the text

Report current character in review

NVDA+period

Announces the current character on the line of text where the review cursor is positioned. Pressing twice reports a description or example of that character. Pressing three times reports the numeric value of the character in decimal and hexadecimal.

Move to next character in review

NVDA+rightArrow

Move the review cursor to the next character on the current line of text


Observe the layout and patterns of the above keystrokes.

The arrow keys will give the previous and next characters, adding the control key to the arrow keys will give the previous and next words, and adding the shift key to the arrows will give the previous and next lines. This same concept hold strue for reading the current character word and line the only difference is that you’re using the period instead of the arrows.


Those are the main commands for reviewing text this next set however should be noted.


Move to top line in review

NVDA+control+home

Move to bottom line in review

NVDA+control+end

Move to start of line in review

NVDA+home

Move to end of line in review

NVDA+end


Observe the pattern of these shortcuts.


switch to next review mode

NVDA+pageUp

switches to the next available review mode

switch to previous review mode

NVDA+pageDown

switches to the previous available review mode


I believe that if you can Grasp these concepts, you will be well on your way to using NVDA with confidence, efficiently, and effectively. Good Luck!

NVDA Resources


Should you need any sort of help with NVDA there are loads of places on the internet to find it.


Accessibility Central


Perhaps the largest and most robust repository of information on the net about using NVDA. Go to


http://accessibilitycentral.net/


(Note: Though the information on this page is totally relevant, some of it goes back to earlier versions of NVDA and may not apply to what you are currently running) Keep in mind that as things in operating systems and programs change, things may have to change in NVDA also.) Here is what you'll find there.


For information regarding the NVDA screen reader itself


http://accessibilitycentral.net/nvda%20screen%20reader.html


Installing additional components for NVDA


Here's a link to a page with information on installing additional components for NVDA


http://accessibilitycentral.net/how%20to%20install%20additional%20nvda%20components.html


NVDA Tutorials


This page has a wealth of information. There are tutorials covering everything from working with NVDA to using NVDA with the internet, Microsoft

word, and Microsoft

excel. Check it all out at


http://accessibilitycentral.net/nvda%20tutorials.html

Are you using Mozilla Thunderbird as your e-mail client, and you're looking for a tutorial for it? Well you can find it here.


http://accessibilitycentral.net/accessible%20email%20client%20mozilla%20thunderbird.html


If you can't afford the Microsoft office suite and need something to fill the bill, There are a couple of programs out there that will do it rather nicely; and they both support NVDA.

They are Open and Libre Office. For information on using these productivity suites with NVDA, Go to


http://accessibilitycentral.net/how%20to%20make%20open%20office%20and%20libre%20office%20accessible.html

Note: The versions covered here are for versions 4.10 of open office, and version 4.0 of libre office , and lots of things have been upgraded and fixed since 2014.

Sometimes you may need to grab a program and you are not exactly sure if it will work with NVDA. Here is a list of programs that are being road tested with nvda. Keep in mind here that nothing's guaranteed here and other factors such as which version of the windows operating system you are working with apply.


http://accessibilitycentral.net/nvda_road_tested_programs.html


Windows 10 and NVDA

Looking for information about using windows 10 with NVDA? You can find it here.


http://accessibilitycentral.net/nvda%20tutorials%20for%20windows%2010.html


The NVDA Korea – English website, Here you can find audio tutorials covering the use of the NVDA Screen reader in either language. The link to the English version of the website is


http://www.nvda-kr.org/en/


The NVDA community add ons website


This site hosts information and links to add-ons, plug-ins, and enhancements for NVDA. Check it out at

https://addons.nvda-project.org/index.en.html


The NV access websites

Home to the NVDA screen reader

https://www.nvaccess.org


The NVDA.groups.ioo Email list

If you wish to connect to a community loaded with NVDA users that will help you answer any queries about NVDA you may have, Look no further then the NVDA users e-mail list. To get started there,

send a message to

nvda+subscribe@nvda.groups.io

and we will be glad to assist.

 




Re: rough draft of a laptop tutorial for migrating from window eyes to NVDA

Gene New Zealand <hurrikennyandopo@...>
 

Hi


To start up narrator it is the ctrl +windows + enter key on my windows 10 creators update.



Gene nz



On 27/05/2017 5:30 AM, Tony Ballou wrote:

Hi Gene,


Thanks for letting me know. Since I can't get the creators update on my desktop system, I don't know if they changed how it works in 10 either. Before I add anything correct me if I'm wrong here.  Is it windows-u that  turns it on  in windows 7 and 8. Or maybe I should just stick with typing the word in the search box. 


Tony


On 5/26/2017 1:24 PM, Gene wrote:
Windows enter doesn't wor in Windows 7.  I don't know if it does in Windows 8.  In Windows 10, the command has changed after the latest update.  I don't use Windows 10 but I think it now is control Windows enter. 
 
I haven't read the rest of the tutorial yet but that is what I've seen so far that requires comment.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, May 26, 2017 12:05 PM
Subject: [nvda] rough draft of a laptop tutorial for migrating from window eyes to NVDA

    Hi folks,


someone asked for a followup piece covering migrating from window eyes to NVDA using a laptop. 


I've accepted the challenge and have prepared something that I think will work.  However, this is a rough draft, and I want to hear from you about it. You'll be able to read it after my signature. Hope this will help some of you out there.


Tony




Making the change


coming from window eyes to NVDA with a laptop


If you have decided that you're going to make the switch from Window eyes to NVDA and you're using a laptop, as with anything you may catch a case of the jitters. Hey, with something new, who doesn't? Here's a guide that hopefully will not only rest those jitters, but will have you working with NVDA.


Let's get things started:


Setting up NVDA:


The first thing you will want to do if you do not have screen reading software installed on your laptop is to start up narrator. To do this, press Windows+enter.

This is a toggle that turns narrator on and off.

To get NVDA, there are 2 places, that you can go. The first is the NV access website,

https://www.nvaccess.org once there you can get your copy of nvda from the downloads page.


Once you've downloaded the file from here, go to the location where you saved it, and hit enter on it. When prompted allow the program to run and in a few seconds you'll hear a musical chord. After this the E speak voice will welcome you to the NVDA installer program. At this point you will want to shut down the narrator so that only one voice will be speaking.


Follow the prompts until you have successfully installed NVDA and when the finish button comes up hit it. NVDA Will close out for a second or two then restart with the fully installed version that you put on your laptop.


If you have a bit of computer savvy, You can get an automatic installer for NVDA at WWW.ninite.com.

Once you have downloaded the file to your hard drive, go to the

location where you saved it, press enter and after allowing it to run, sit back relax, and let ninite do its thing. Once it's complete, NVDA will be installed and ready to go


Changing the voice


Before I go any further let me say that laptops come in various keyboard designs and layouts. Some of them have numeric keypads and some of them don't. However, with this section you shouldn't have any trouble with setting things up.


To get into the NVDA menu hit insert-n. You can use any one of three modifier keys: The capslock, and both insert keys can be used in combination with any letter that NVDA designates as a shortcut key.


Once the menu is up, arrow down to the preferences sub menu, hit the right arrow to open it and arrow down twice until NVDA says synthesizer and press enter on it. Once the dialog box comes up tab over to the synthesizer combo box and down arrow to choose microsoft Sapi version 5. then, when it begins to speak tab to the OK button and press enter. Once you have this done, you probably will want to keep the voice you have selected. To do this press the NVDA+Control+C keyboard shortcut. This will save the current configuration, so that when you restart your system, the voice you selected will always come on.

Navigating and creating documents


If you are familiar with the windows commands, then you have pretty much got the game won. Nothing has changed, the arrows do as they have always done, and when combined with the control and shift keys is still very much the same. However, there are some keyboard commands that you should be aware of in NVDA. Here are some of those:


NVDA Menu

NVDA+n

brings up the NVDA menu to allow you to access preferences, tools, help, etc.


Input Help Mode

NVDA+1

Pressing any key in this mode will report the key, and the description of any NVDA command associated with it


Pass next key through

NVDA+f2

Tells NVDA to pass the next key press straight through to the active application, even if it is normally treated as an NVDA key command


Report date/time

NVDA+f12

Pressing once reports the current time, pressing twice reports the date


Report battery status

NVDA+shift+b

Reports the battery status i.e. whether AC power is in use or the current charge percentage.


Report clipboard text

NVDA+c

Reports the Text in the clipboard if there is any.


Report current focus

NVDA+tab

announces the current object or control that has the System focus. Pressing twice will spell the information


Report title

NVDA+t

Reports the title of the currently active window. Pressing twice will spell the information. Pressing three times will copy it to the clipboard


Read active window

NVDA+b

reads all the controls in the currently active window (Very useful for working in dialog boxes)


Report Status Bar

NVDA+shift+end

Reports the Status Bar if NVDA finds one. It also moves the navigator object to this location. Pressing twice will spell the information


Say all

NVDA+a

Starts reading from the current position of the system caret, moving it along as it goes


Read current line

NVDA+l

Reads the line where the system caret is currently situated. Pressing twice spells the line.


Read current text selection

NVDA+shift+s

Reads any currently selected text


These are just a few of the keyboard shortcuts that are available to you. In the help menu of NVDA you can find a list of all of the NVDA keyboard shortcuts, and any other information that you may want to check out is in the user guide which is also in this menu.


Browse Mode


The commands for navigating the internet are universal, and everything that you could do with your original screen reader can be done with NVDA. Nearly all of the single letter navigation keys perform in the same manner with a couple of exceptions. Again, you can use the command reference and the NVDA user guide to find out more information on it.


Reviewing text


NVDA like window eyes does have a review cursor which you can use to navigate the screen. If you’re coming from window eyes, the PC cursor is called the system focus and the system caret. As for the window eyes cursor is a combination of things, 3 review modes which are document, object, and screen. The screen review part of this will probably be the mode you will be most comfortable with; and object navigation. The NVDA users guide explains all of this thoroughly. You can also find information on review and object navigation at the accessibility central and NVDA Korea-English websites. The web addresses will be posted in the NVDA resources section later on in this document.


Screen Review Commands


Move to previous line in review

NVDA+upArrow

Moves the review cursor to the previous line of text

Report current line in review

NVDA+shift+period

Announces the current line of text where the review cursor is positioned. Pressing twice spells the line. Pressing three times spells the line using character descriptions.

Move to next line in review

NVDA+downArrow

Move the review cursor to the next line of text


Move to previous word in review

NVDA+control+leftArrow

Report current word in review

NVDA+control+period

Announces the current word in the text where the review cursor is positioned. Pressing twice spells the word. Pressing three times spells the word using character descriptions.

Move to next word in review

NVDA+control+rightArrow

Move the review cursor to the next word in the text


Move to previous character in review

NVDA+leftArrow

Moves the review cursor to the previous character on the current line in the text

Report current character in review

NVDA+period

Announces the current character on the line of text where the review cursor is positioned. Pressing twice reports a description or example of that character. Pressing three times reports the numeric value of the character in decimal and hexadecimal.

Move to next character in review

NVDA+rightArrow

Move the review cursor to the next character on the current line of text


Observe the layout and patterns of the above keystrokes.

The arrow keys will give the previous and next characters, adding the control key to the arrow keys will give the previous and next words, and adding the shift key to the arrows will give the previous and next lines. This same concept hold strue for reading the current character word and line the only difference is that you’re using the period instead of the arrows.


Those are the main commands for reviewing text this next set however should be noted.


Move to top line in review

NVDA+control+home

Move to bottom line in review

NVDA+control+end

Move to start of line in review

NVDA+home

Move to end of line in review

NVDA+end


Observe the pattern of these shortcuts.


switch to next review mode

NVDA+pageUp

switches to the next available review mode

switch to previous review mode

NVDA+pageDown

switches to the previous available review mode


I believe that if you can Grasp these concepts, you will be well on your way to using NVDA with confidence, efficiently, and effectively. Good Luck!

NVDA Resources


Should you need any sort of help with NVDA there are loads of places on the internet to find it.


Accessibility Central


Perhaps the largest and most robust repository of information on the net about using NVDA. Go to


http://accessibilitycentral.net/


(Note: Though the information on this page is totally relevant, some of it goes back to earlier versions of NVDA and may not apply to what you are currently running) Keep in mind that as things in operating systems and programs change, things may have to change in NVDA also.) Here is what you'll find there.


For information regarding the NVDA screen reader itself


http://accessibilitycentral.net/nvda%20screen%20reader.html


Installing additional components for NVDA


Here's a link to a page with information on installing additional components for NVDA


http://accessibilitycentral.net/how%20to%20install%20additional%20nvda%20components.html


NVDA Tutorials


This page has a wealth of information. There are tutorials covering everything from working with NVDA to using NVDA with the internet, Microsoft

word, and Microsoft

excel. Check it all out at


http://accessibilitycentral.net/nvda%20tutorials.html

Are you using Mozilla Thunderbird as your e-mail client, and you're looking for a tutorial for it? Well you can find it here.


http://accessibilitycentral.net/accessible%20email%20client%20mozilla%20thunderbird.html


If you can't afford the Microsoft office suite and need something to fill the bill, There are a couple of programs out there that will do it rather nicely; and they both support NVDA.

They are Open and Libre Office. For information on using these productivity suites with NVDA, Go to


http://accessibilitycentral.net/how%20to%20make%20open%20office%20and%20libre%20office%20accessible.html

Note: The versions covered here are for versions 4.10 of open office, and version 4.0 of libre office , and lots of things have been upgraded and fixed since 2014.

Sometimes you may need to grab a program and you are not exactly sure if it will work with NVDA. Here is a list of programs that are being road tested with nvda. Keep in mind here that nothing's guaranteed here and other factors such as which version of the windows operating system you are working with apply.


http://accessibilitycentral.net/nvda_road_tested_programs.html


Windows 10 and NVDA

Looking for information about using windows 10 with NVDA? You can find it here.


http://accessibilitycentral.net/nvda%20tutorials%20for%20windows%2010.html


The NVDA Korea – English website, Here you can find audio tutorials covering the use of the NVDA Screen reader in either language. The link to the English version of the website is


http://www.nvda-kr.org/en/


The NVDA community add ons website


This site hosts information and links to add-ons, plug-ins, and enhancements for NVDA. Check it out at

https://addons.nvda-project.org/index.en.html


The NV access websites

Home to the NVDA screen reader

https://www.nvaccess.org


The NVDA.groups.ioo Email list

If you wish to connect to a community loaded with NVDA users that will help you answer any queries about NVDA you may have, Look no further then the NVDA users e-mail list. To get started there,

send a message to

nvda+subscribe@nvda.groups.io

and we will be glad to assist.

 



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Re: Word 2016 Spell Checker with NVDA

Andre Fisher
 

When you press F7, press NVDA+4 (desktop keyboard layout) or
NVDA+Shift+Left Arrow (laptop layout. Then you can use review commands
(only Numpad) to review. Top row for line, middle row for word and
bottom row for character. The middle numbers (8, 5 and 2) reads the
current line/word/character.

Regards

On 5/26/17, Gene <gsasner@...> wrote:
Try read current line, numpad 5 or read current line numpad 8 when a
misspelled word is flagged.




From: Jim Fettgather
Sent: Friday, May 26, 2017 1:42 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: [nvda] Word 2016 Spell Checker with NVDA


Hello to the list.

I am trying to come to grips with using the spell checker in Word 2016 with
NVDA.

The only thing that I have not been able to figure out is if there is a way
to tell what is the misspelled word after pressing F7.

It is relatively easy to get to the list of suggestions, but is there a way
to have NVDA announce the misspelled word or issue a command that would do
so?

Thanks a lot for any suggestions.




Sent from Mail for Windows 10




Re: Word 2016 Spell Checker with NVDA

Gene
 

Try read current line, numpad 5 or read current line numpad 8 when a misspelled word is flagged.
 
 

Sent: Friday, May 26, 2017 1:42 PM
Subject: [nvda] Word 2016 Spell Checker with NVDA

Hello to the list.

I am trying to come to grips with using the spell checker in Word 2016 with NVDA.

The only thing that I have not been able to figure out is if there is a way to tell what is the misspelled word after pressing F7.

It is relatively easy to get to the list of suggestions, but is there a way to have NVDA announce the misspelled word or issue a command that would do so?

Thanks a lot for any suggestions.

               

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 


Word 2016 Spell Checker with NVDA

Jim Fettgather <jimfettgather@...>
 

Hello to the list.

I am trying to come to grips with using the spell checker in Word 2016 with NVDA.

The only thing that I have not been able to figure out is if there is a way to tell what is the misspelled word after pressing F7.

It is relatively easy to get to the list of suggestions, but is there a way to have NVDA announce the misspelled word or issue a command that would do so?

Thanks a lot for any suggestions.

               

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 


Re: NVDACon 2017: Community Engagement conference archive is now available

 

Hi everyone,

The highlight of NVDACon 2017 – the keynote by NV Access is now live:

https://www.nvdacon.org/17keynote

Please spread the word far and wide. Enjoy the keynote presentation.

Cheers,

Joseph

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of Joseph Lee
Sent: Friday, May 26, 2017 11:18 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] NVDACon 2017: Community Engagement conference archive is now available

 

Hi everyone,

So far, the following sessions are available:

  • Google and Google Chrome
  • Lightning Talk I: Screen reader comparisons
  • Lightning Talk II: REAPER and OSARA
  • Lightning Talk III: DictationBridge, a year later

 

Thanks.

Cheers,

Joseph

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of Joseph Lee
Sent: Friday, May 26, 2017 11:15 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: [nvda] NVDACon 2017: Community Engagement conference archive is now available

 

Dear NVDA community around the world,

 

The NVDACon 2017 organizers are delighted to announce that the archive from this year’s conference is now available for your enjoyment. You can find the audio recordings at:

https://www.nvdacon.org/past-conferences

 

Also, a reflection piece from the founder of NVDACon is also available:

http://joslee22590.blogspot.com/2017/05/nvdacon-2017-reflections-from-founding.html

 

Enjoy.

Cheers,

Joseph


Re: NVDACon 2017: Community Engagement conference archive is now available

 

Hi everyone,

So far, the following sessions are available:

  • Google and Google Chrome
  • Lightning Talk I: Screen reader comparisons
  • Lightning Talk II: REAPER and OSARA
  • Lightning Talk III: DictationBridge, a year later

 

Thanks.

Cheers,

Joseph

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of Joseph Lee
Sent: Friday, May 26, 2017 11:15 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: [nvda] NVDACon 2017: Community Engagement conference archive is now available

 

Dear NVDA community around the world,

 

The NVDACon 2017 organizers are delighted to announce that the archive from this year’s conference is now available for your enjoyment. You can find the audio recordings at:

https://www.nvdacon.org/past-conferences

 

Also, a reflection piece from the founder of NVDACon is also available:

http://joslee22590.blogspot.com/2017/05/nvdacon-2017-reflections-from-founding.html

 

Enjoy.

Cheers,

Joseph