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Re: Firefox lags on FB

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Some lives, not sure its healthy though, people act as if addicted to it.
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----- Original Message -----
Sent: Saturday, March 05, 2016 12:01 PM
Subject: [nvda] Re: Firefox lags on FB

I think someone should report this issue to Facebook, so they can fix it. Facebook has become part of our lives, and I think Facebook really needs to take into account accessibility for visually-impaired users.

Re: Emdash displaying weirdly on Focus 40 Blue Braille display with NVDA

Sharni-Lee Ward
 

Hey,

And is this the reason italics/bold don't display properly? If a line starts with italics, the opening indicator is not shown, only the closing one, and the same is true if italics start in the middle of a line. I need to read with NVDA to know which words have been emphasised. The opening indicator does show up if there's a terminator before it in the same line, but that's not helpful enough.

Also, in words like "can't" and "won't", as well as with possessive forms of peoples' names, the letter after the apostrophe has the Grade 1 letter indicator before it. I don't remember that being a rule...


From: joseph.lee22590@...
To: nvda@groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Emdash displaying weirdly on Focus 40 Blue Braille display with NVDA
Date: Sat, 5 Mar 2016 10:05:29 -0800

Hi,

I need to report this to LibLouis and see what our UK table maintainer says.

Cheers,

Joseph

 

From: Sharni-Lee Ward [mailto:sharni-lee.ward@...]
Sent: Saturday, March 5, 2016 10:02 AM
To: nvda@groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Emdash displaying weirdly on Focus 40 Blue Braille display with NVDA

 

Oh, okay. Why does the same anomaly show up when I use UK Grade 2 for the output table, though? I thought emdash in that system was two hyphens next to each other.


From: joseph.lee22590@...
To: nvda@groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Emdash displaying weirdly on Focus 40 Blue Braille display with NVDA
Date: Sat, 5 Mar 2016 09:00:41 -0800

Hi,

UEB support: NVDA is using a really old Unified English Braille (UEB) table set. I plan to compile a third-party try build that’ll include newest UEB table set for testing purposes (I’m one of the table maintainers for UeB in LibLouis project).

Cheers,

Joseph

 

From: Sharni-Lee Ward [mailto:sharni-lee.ward@...]
Sent: Saturday, March 5, 2016 7:07 AM
To: nvda@groups.io
Subject: [nvda] Emdash displaying weirdly on Focus 40 Blue Braille display with NVDA

 

GUYS! I didn't realise you'd moved! I was sending to the old list address and wondering why nobody was responding and if I was still subscribed or had typed the address wrong...

But anyways, now that I've found out where yous guys went, I shall get to the point of this message.

So I was recently able to purchase my very own Braille Display and I chose the Focus 40 Blue. I'm loving having it, as I've missed Braille and wanted to read my fave sites using the display as well as write. I look forward to NVDA supporting contracted Braille input. :D

One thing that's puzzling me, however, is the way "—"(the emdash symbol) is displayed on the Focus sometimes. Why it doesn't happen every time mystifies me but it's quite bizarre. My current output table is UEB Grade 2, but I tested this on UK Grade 2 as well and the result was the same. In Microsoft word, and a couple other sites I read from, whenever an emdash appears it's displayed as apostrophe+o-u symbol+x+lower 2014+apostrophe, and I don't know why or how to fix it. I use emdashes (and encounter them while reading)frequently enough that this eight-cell mutant is quite jarring to read. It doesn't NEED to take up that many cells, so why does it? And why only in MS Word  and on specific websites? Is this an NVDA or Focus issue?

It also happens in the Outlook Email editor. That's how I was able to describe what it looks like to me.

Re: The deliniator thingy

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Well, not fast enough on the draw, so to speak.
 
 I was not aware tht punctuation levels are available in profiles.
 
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----- Original Message -----
From: Gene
Sent: Saturday, March 05, 2016 6:01 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] The deliniator thingy

For now, just set punctuation to none, at least when reading e-mail.  I don't know if you can do this in a profile but I never hear such punctuation.  In addition, why not just stop reading after the message? 
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Saturday, March 05, 2016 7:12 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] The deliniator thingy

Obviously, somebody needs to point this out to the  people who run it, Its just a text string. Just as well its not a line of greater than and less thans then I suppose as I've found on some lists.
 
If it had been a row of dashes it would have been silent. But a row of =, would just have said 40 equals which might suit those who like to know when its the end without it getting annoying.
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Subject: Re: [nvda] The deliniator thingy

Yes, at first I thought it was somebody having a rather feeble joke, but sorry to say it's built into groups.io, so I don't know whether group owners can do anything about it.

Vince in England.




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Message Received: Mar 05 2016, 12:14 PM
From: "Brian's Mail list account"
To: nvda@groups.io
Cc:
Subject: [nvda] The deliniator thingy

In other words where the message in this list ends, and the added content
starts is.



Re: Emdash displaying weirdly on Focus 40 Blue Braille display with NVDA

 

Hi,

I need to report this to LibLouis and see what our UK table maintainer says.

Cheers,

Joseph

 

From: Sharni-Lee Ward [mailto:sharni-lee.ward@...]
Sent: Saturday, March 5, 2016 10:02 AM
To: nvda@groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Emdash displaying weirdly on Focus 40 Blue Braille display with NVDA

 

Oh, okay. Why does the same anomaly show up when I use UK Grade 2 for the output table, though? I thought emdash in that system was two hyphens next to each other.


From: joseph.lee22590@...
To: nvda@groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Emdash displaying weirdly on Focus 40 Blue Braille display with NVDA
Date: Sat, 5 Mar 2016 09:00:41 -0800

Hi,

UEB support: NVDA is using a really old Unified English Braille (UEB) table set. I plan to compile a third-party try build that’ll include newest UEB table set for testing purposes (I’m one of the table maintainers for UeB in LibLouis project).

Cheers,

Joseph

 

From: Sharni-Lee Ward [mailto:sharni-lee.ward@...]
Sent: Saturday, March 5, 2016 7:07 AM
To: nvda@groups.io
Subject: [nvda] Emdash displaying weirdly on Focus 40 Blue Braille display with NVDA

 

GUYS! I didn't realise you'd moved! I was sending to the old list address and wondering why nobody was responding and if I was still subscribed or had typed the address wrong...

But anyways, now that I've found out where yous guys went, I shall get to the point of this message.

So I was recently able to purchase my very own Braille Display and I chose the Focus 40 Blue. I'm loving having it, as I've missed Braille and wanted to read my fave sites using the display as well as write. I look forward to NVDA supporting contracted Braille input. :D

One thing that's puzzling me, however, is the way "—"(the emdash symbol) is displayed on the Focus sometimes. Why it doesn't happen every time mystifies me but it's quite bizarre. My current output table is UEB Grade 2, but I tested this on UK Grade 2 as well and the result was the same. In Microsoft word, and a couple other sites I read from, whenever an emdash appears it's displayed as apostrophe+o-u symbol+x+lower 2014+apostrophe, and I don't know why or how to fix it. I use emdashes (and encounter them while reading)frequently enough that this eight-cell mutant is quite jarring to read. It doesn't NEED to take up that many cells, so why does it? And why only in MS Word  and on specific websites? Is this an NVDA or Focus issue?

It also happens in the Outlook Email editor. That's how I was able to describe what it looks like to me.

Re: Emdash displaying weirdly on Focus 40 Blue Braille display with NVDA

Sharni-Lee Ward
 

Oh, okay. Why does the same anomaly show up when I use UK Grade 2 for the output table, though? I thought emdash in that system was two hyphens next to each other.


From: joseph.lee22590@...
To: nvda@groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Emdash displaying weirdly on Focus 40 Blue Braille display with NVDA
Date: Sat, 5 Mar 2016 09:00:41 -0800

Hi,

UEB support: NVDA is using a really old Unified English Braille (UEB) table set. I plan to compile a third-party try build that’ll include newest UEB table set for testing purposes (I’m one of the table maintainers for UeB in LibLouis project).

Cheers,

Joseph

 

From: Sharni-Lee Ward [mailto:sharni-lee.ward@...]
Sent: Saturday, March 5, 2016 7:07 AM
To: nvda@groups.io
Subject: [nvda] Emdash displaying weirdly on Focus 40 Blue Braille display with NVDA

 

GUYS! I didn't realise you'd moved! I was sending to the old list address and wondering why nobody was responding and if I was still subscribed or had typed the address wrong...

But anyways, now that I've found out where yous guys went, I shall get to the point of this message.

So I was recently able to purchase my very own Braille Display and I chose the Focus 40 Blue. I'm loving having it, as I've missed Braille and wanted to read my fave sites using the display as well as write. I look forward to NVDA supporting contracted Braille input. :D

One thing that's puzzling me, however, is the way "—"(the emdash symbol) is displayed on the Focus sometimes. Why it doesn't happen every time mystifies me but it's quite bizarre. My current output table is UEB Grade 2, but I tested this on UK Grade 2 as well and the result was the same. In Microsoft word, and a couple other sites I read from, whenever an emdash appears it's displayed as apostrophe+o-u symbol+x+lower 2014+apostrophe, and I don't know why or how to fix it. I use emdashes (and encounter them while reading)frequently enough that this eight-cell mutant is quite jarring to read. It doesn't NEED to take up that many cells, so why does it? And why only in MS Word  and on specific websites? Is this an NVDA or Focus issue?

It also happens in the Outlook Email editor. That's how I was able to describe what it looks like to me.

Re: The deliniator thingy

Gene
 

For now, just set punctuation to none, at least when reading e-mail.  I don't know if you can do this in a profile but I never hear such punctuation.  In addition, why not just stop reading after the message? 
 
Gene

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Saturday, March 05, 2016 7:12 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] The deliniator thingy

Obviously, somebody needs to point this out to the  people who run it, Its just a text string. Just as well its not a line of greater than and less thans then I suppose as I've found on some lists.
 
If it had been a row of dashes it would have been silent. But a row of =, would just have said 40 equals which might suit those who like to know when its the end without it getting annoying.
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Sent: Saturday, March 05, 2016 12:25 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] The deliniator thingy

Yes, at first I thought it was somebody having a rather feeble joke, but sorry to say it's built into groups.io, so I don't know whether group owners can do anything about it.

Vince in England.




========================================
Message Received: Mar 05 2016, 12:14 PM
From: "Brian's Mail list account"
To: nvda@groups.io
Cc:
Subject: [nvda] The deliniator thingy

In other words where the message in this list ends, and the added content
starts is.



Re: Accessibility Google Books

 

yes google books is accessable however when downloading a book you will need to also get adobe digital additions to process the shortcut file.
after it I think the site is jamesscholes.net
go to projects and then click codex anyway codex should be able to get the drm off of the file and then convert it to the file of your choice.
you will also need calibre for the convertion however if you get that loaded you should be ok.

On 6/03/2016 2:43 a.m., Webmaster Deweer wrote:
Hello all,

Does anyone knows how the accessibility of Google Books is? Can I use the
platform with NVDA (or another screenreader) on Windows 10 in Internet Explorer
11 or Mozilla Firefox 44?

I hope that I can get an answer!



Thanks in advance!

Regards, Jordy

Re: Nvda and the combibraille/braillewindow display

 

Hi,
In order to "unlock" the keys on these displays, NV Access will need to take
a look at one of these displays and write a native NVDA braille display
driver for it. Certain BRLTTY keys aren't mapped to NVDA functions, hence
this issue.
Cheers,
Joseph

-----Original Message-----
From: Marten Post Uiterweer [mailto:martenpu@...]
Sent: Saturday, March 5, 2016 5:12 AM
To: nvda@groups.io
Subject: [nvda] Nvda and the combibraille/braillewindow display

Hi,

I am using a Combibraille brailledisplay with Nvda. This display is also
called a Braillewindow.
It is an verry old display and can only be connected by using a serial
connection, so I use a usb to serial converter and Brltty to get this
display working.
The problem in Nvda is, dat the keys on the display are not working. When I
use Brltty in debug mode, I can see, that the keys are working for Brltty,
but Nvda will not recognize these.
is there a trick so I can also use the keys on this display? That would be
verry nice.


Kind regards, Marten

Re: Emdash displaying weirdly on Focus 40 Blue Braille display with NVDA

 

Hi,

UEB support: NVDA is using a really old Unified English Braille (UEB) table set. I plan to compile a third-party try build that’ll include newest UEB table set for testing purposes (I’m one of the table maintainers for UeB in LibLouis project).

Cheers,

Joseph

 

From: Sharni-Lee Ward [mailto:sharni-lee.ward@...]
Sent: Saturday, March 5, 2016 7:07 AM
To: nvda@groups.io
Subject: [nvda] Emdash displaying weirdly on Focus 40 Blue Braille display with NVDA

 

GUYS! I didn't realise you'd moved! I was sending to the old list address and wondering why nobody was responding and if I was still subscribed or had typed the address wrong...

But anyways, now that I've found out where yous guys went, I shall get to the point of this message.

So I was recently able to purchase my very own Braille Display and I chose the Focus 40 Blue. I'm loving having it, as I've missed Braille and wanted to read my fave sites using the display as well as write. I look forward to NVDA supporting contracted Braille input. :D

One thing that's puzzling me, however, is the way "—"(the emdash symbol) is displayed on the Focus sometimes. Why it doesn't happen every time mystifies me but it's quite bizarre. My current output table is UEB Grade 2, but I tested this on UK Grade 2 as well and the result was the same. In Microsoft word, and a couple other sites I read from, whenever an emdash appears it's displayed as apostrophe+o-u symbol+x+lower 2014+apostrophe, and I don't know why or how to fix it. I use emdashes (and encounter them while reading)frequently enough that this eight-cell mutant is quite jarring to read. It doesn't NEED to take up that many cells, so why does it? And why only in MS Word  and on specific websites? Is this an NVDA or Focus issue?

It also happens in the Outlook Email editor. That's how I was able to describe what it looks like to me.

Re: subject= how to get nvda to read continuously

William Brandes <williambrandes@...>
 

hi. with my winbook 7" tablet i have the nvda key mapped as caps key.
but, down arrow works

second note. i use gmail. when hitting reply groups io i get the
question-mark plus subject thingie in the to text box along with
nvda@groups.io. this is an html send to email feature, but, note not
everyone is using outlook, thunderbird or the like. i'm going to keep
it in the to text and see if it corrupts the send to or not.

note: in this second email i took it out. we'll find out.

stay well ... william

Re: mail app windows 10 usable with tric

Rosemarie Chavarria
 

I'll have to try it out.



On 3/5/2016 5:02 AM, P. Otter wrote:
hello all,
last week i've asked if there was a way to read messages in the mail app of windows 10.
i can tell you yes, there is one.
1 open the mail app windows 10.
2 go to the inbox.
3 look for the message you want to read.
press enter on it, now the read screen will opened.
but when you work with the arrows up or down, you don't hear anything.
but when you press and hold the shift, you can read the message completely!
what you read is selected, but that is not very.
you can read the message without any problem and that is what we want.
after reading you can go back by pressing escape.
to go to the inbox again.
 
hope this is a nice solution.
cheers
paul otter
 

Re: mail app windows 10 usable with tric

matthew dyer
 

Hi,

Why not just use flat review in nvda.  Just a thought.  I am sure ms will take care of this in time.  Rite now though,  I am unable to sign in to my microsoft account.  After entering my sign in detales, I am taken back tlo the account settings screen after selecting the sign in button.  I will not be able to activate till I am signed in.  Any idea why this is not working?

Matthew



On 03/05/2016 08:02 AM, P. Otter wrote:
hello all,
last week i've asked if there was a way to read messages in the mail app of windows 10.
i can tell you yes, there is one.
1 open the mail app windows 10.
2 go to the inbox.
3 look for the message you want to read.
press enter on it, now the read screen will opened.
but when you work with the arrows up or down, you don't hear anything.
but when you press and hold the shift, you can read the message completely!
what you read is selected, but that is not very.
you can read the message without any problem and that is what we want.
after reading you can go back by pressing escape.
to go to the inbox again.
 
hope this is a nice solution.
cheers
paul otter
 

Emdash displaying weirdly on Focus 40 Blue Braille display with NVDA

Sharni-Lee Ward
 

GUYS! I didn't realise you'd moved! I was sending to the old list address and wondering why nobody was responding and if I was still subscribed or had typed the address wrong...

But anyways, now that I've found out where yous guys went, I shall get to the point of this message.

So I was recently able to purchase my very own Braille Display and I chose the Focus 40 Blue. I'm loving having it, as I've missed Braille and wanted to read my fave sites using the display as well as write. I look forward to NVDA supporting contracted Braille input. :D

One thing that's puzzling me, however, is the way "—"(the emdash symbol) is displayed on the Focus sometimes. Why it doesn't happen every time mystifies me but it's quite bizarre. My current output table is UEB Grade 2, but I tested this on UK Grade 2 as well and the result was the same. In Microsoft word, and a couple other sites I read from, whenever an emdash appears it's displayed as apostrophe+o-u symbol+x+lower 2014+apostrophe, and I don't know why or how to fix it. I use emdashes (and encounter them while reading)frequently enough that this eight-cell mutant is quite jarring to read. It doesn't NEED to take up that many cells, so why does it? And why only in MS Word  and on specific websites? Is this an NVDA or Focus issue?

It also happens in the Outlook Email editor. That's how I was able to describe what it looks like to me.

Re: mail app windows 10 usable with tric

David Ouimet
 

This works to hear the whole message too Paul.  Press shift with pagedown 

 

David 

Accessibility Google Books

Webmaster Deweer <webmaster_deweer@...>
 

Hello all,

Does anyone knows how the accessibility of Google Books is? Can I use the platform with NVDA (or another screenreader) on Windows 10 in Internet Explorer 11 or Mozilla Firefox 44?

I hope that I can get an answer!

 

Thanks in advance!

Regards, Jordy

Re: mail app windows 10 usable with tric

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Interesting the = are not added to this thread.
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So  does control A  select it all, as that might allow it to be read with read all if it did.
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----- Original Message -----
From: P. Otter
Sent: Saturday, March 05, 2016 1:02 PM
Subject: [nvda] mail app windows 10 usable with tric

hello all,
last week i've asked if there was a way to read messages in the mail app of windows 10.
i can tell you yes, there is one.
1 open the mail app windows 10.
2 go to the inbox.
3 look for the message you want to read.
press enter on it, now the read screen will opened.
but when you work with the arrows up or down, you don't hear anything.
but when you press and hold the shift, you can read the message completely!
what you read is selected, but that is not very.
you can read the message without any problem and that is what we want.
after reading you can go back by pressing escape.
to go to the inbox again.
 
hope this is a nice solution.
cheers
paul otter
 

Re: mail app windows 10 usable with tric

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So  does control A  select it all, as that might allow it to be read with read all if it did.
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----- Original Message -----
From: P. Otter
Sent: Saturday, March 05, 2016 1:02 PM
Subject: [nvda] mail app windows 10 usable with tric

hello all,
last week i've asked if there was a way to read messages in the mail app of windows 10.
i can tell you yes, there is one.
1 open the mail app windows 10.
2 go to the inbox.
3 look for the message you want to read.
press enter on it, now the read screen will opened.
but when you work with the arrows up or down, you don't hear anything.
but when you press and hold the shift, you can read the message completely!
what you read is selected, but that is not very.
you can read the message without any problem and that is what we want.
after reading you can go back by pressing escape.
to go to the inbox again.
 
hope this is a nice solution.
cheers
paul otter
 

Re: I am afraid he will have a tummy ache

Gwensinfo
 

I have not been using NVDA that long, but I am wondering if there is a way to set it up where it will say only 2 = as opposed to a whole line of them that might be able to help if you could just say two or even three that wouldn't be bad equal equal equal that would show you that you've come to your delineator so just a thought. Thanks

Gwen and the great Orb
sent from my iPhone 5s
"a dog has many friends because he wags his tail and not his tongue "
Anonymous"

On Mar 5, 2016, at 8:29 AM, Brian's Mail list account <bglists@...> wrote:

I have never been able to work out how to use Twitter or Facebook and have not bothered with the others either. I sat next to a lady in a cafe the other day and she had her phone on her lap as she was eating and kept on gigling and tapping stuff in while eating. Talk about in a bubble.
I somehow think its not for me.

However I think this thread is a little dodgy, but good as a test I guess.
Just try and get those -=-=-=-= removed before we go mental. I guess I could move = to a different punnctuation level...
Brian

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----- Original Message ----- From: "Joseph Lee" <@joslee>
To: <nvda@groups.io>
Sent: Saturday, March 05, 2016 7:17 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] I am afraid he will have a tummy ache


Hi,
Jamie Teh said something on Twitter that basically says that statement. I
may eventually need to talk about social media and NVDA later during that
event... Right now though, I'm in the midst of a semester at a community
college, seeing the news coming from NVDACon speaker recruitment efforts,
finalizing StationPlaylist add-on 7.0 beta, thinking about writing a letter
to mainstream programmers about value of NVDA and others (along with making
sure my latest code for add-ons manager gets integrated into NVDA Core).
Cheers,
Joseph
P.S. Yes, I do code (NVDA screen reader), and latest endeavor can be found
at http://github.com/nvaccess/nvda/issues/3090.

-----Original Message-----
From: Chris Shook [mailto:chris0309@...]
Sent: Friday, March 4, 2016 11:02 PM
To: nvda@groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] I am afraid he will have a tummy ache

Joseph,
It may be too late, but would there be any way to make a statement to the
effect that NVDA does not agree with comments said on Social Media?
Just a suggestion.
Chris


Re: I am afraid he will have a tummy ache

Brian's Mail list account <bglists@...>
 

I have never been able to work out how to use Twitter or Facebook and have not bothered with the others either. I sat next to a lady in a cafe the other day and she had her phone on her lap as she was eating and kept on gigling and tapping stuff in while eating. Talk about in a bubble.
I somehow think its not for me.

However I think this thread is a little dodgy, but good as a test I guess.
Just try and get those -=-=-=-= removed before we go mental. I guess I could move = to a different punnctuation level...
Brian

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----- Original Message -----
From: "Joseph Lee" <@joslee>
To: <nvda@groups.io>
Sent: Saturday, March 05, 2016 7:17 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] I am afraid he will have a tummy ache


Hi,
Jamie Teh said something on Twitter that basically says that statement. I
may eventually need to talk about social media and NVDA later during that
event... Right now though, I'm in the midst of a semester at a community
college, seeing the news coming from NVDACon speaker recruitment efforts,
finalizing StationPlaylist add-on 7.0 beta, thinking about writing a letter
to mainstream programmers about value of NVDA and others (along with making
sure my latest code for add-ons manager gets integrated into NVDA Core).
Cheers,
Joseph
P.S. Yes, I do code (NVDA screen reader), and latest endeavor can be found
at http://github.com/nvaccess/nvda/issues/3090.

-----Original Message-----
From: Chris Shook [mailto:chris0309@...]
Sent: Friday, March 4, 2016 11:02 PM
To: nvda@groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] I am afraid he will have a tummy ache

Joseph,
It may be too late, but would there be any way to make a statement to the
effect that NVDA does not agree with comments said on Social Media?
Just a suggestion.
Chris




Re: The deliniator thingy

Brian's Mail list account <bglists@...>
 


Obviously, somebody needs to point this out to the  people who run it, Its just a text string. Just as well its not a line of greater than and less thans then I suppose as I've found on some lists.
 
If it had been a row of dashes it would have been silent. But a row of =, would just have said 40 equals which might suit those who like to know when its the end without it getting annoying.
 Brian

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----- Original Message -----
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Subject: Re: [nvda] The deliniator thingy

Yes, at first I thought it was somebody having a rather feeble joke, but sorry to say it's built into groups.io, so I don't know whether group owners can do anything about it.

Vince in England.




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Message Received: Mar 05 2016, 12:14 PM
From: "Brian's Mail list account"
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Subject: [nvda] The deliniator thingy

In other words where the message in this list ends, and the added content
starts is.