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Re: filling out a survey

Gene
 

Are you using a script blocker or do you have scripts disabled?  You didn't tell us what browser you are using. 
 
Gene

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Sent: Monday, January 29, 2018 10:43 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] filling out a survey


Hi Domingo,

It is a web page.  When I get the email from ms asking to fill out the
survey there is a link to the questions.

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Hi Gary,

perhaps you should add some more infos to your issue. Is the survey a
website, a PDF or is it inside an app? Or you should complain directly by
MS. As far as I know they have some guys in the support with screenreader
knowledge.

HTH Domingos

2018-01-29 10:13 GMT+01:00, Gary Metzler <gmtravel@...>:
> Hi All,
>
>
>
> I am using the latest win10 and nvda.  I recently got a survey from
> the Microsoft disability help desk.  Is there a trick to filling this
> out?  I can't seem to see the questions.  I would appreciate any help with
> this.
> Thanks,
>
>
>
> Regards, Gary kn4ox
>
>
>
>


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Re: Welcome to NVDA 2018: part 9 (add-ons) posted,completepackages for parts 6 and 7 (provisional)

Gene
 

There is no connection between the two.  Even if a store app could be available for all versions of Windows, it would remain available for download as an independent program. 
 
Gene

----- Original Message -----
From: Clare Page
Sent: Monday, January 29, 2018 3:51 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Welcome to NVDA 2018: part 9 (add-ons) posted,completepackages for parts 6 and 7 (provisional)

Hi!

I have read a couple of times now about NVDA becoming a Windows Store app in Windows 10.

However, speaking on behalf of those who don’t have Windows 10, I hope the good old-fashioned desktop NVDA program won’t be going away any time tsoon. I know that means the developers might have two NVDA’s to work on, but it may be quite a long time before every NVDA user has a Windows 10 computer, so here’s hoping the NVDA we all use now will stick around for a good while.

Bye for now!

From Clare

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of mattias
Sent: dimanche 28 janvier 2018 19:17
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Welcome to NVDA 2018: part 9 (add-ons) posted,completepackages for parts 6 and 7 (provisional)

 

NVDA as a windows store app?!

cool

 

Skickades från E-post för Windows 10

 

Från: Joseph Lee
Skickat: den 28 januari 2018 04:24
Till: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Ämne: Re: [nvda] Welcome to NVDA 2018: part 9 (add-ons) posted,completepackages for parts 6 and 7 (provisional)

 

Hi,

At the moment there are two planned: NVDA and Windows 10 on ARM, and NVDA as a Windows Store app. There won’t be demos, but they’ll include information people will need to know as they encounter NVDA in those situations. One of them ties into what’s coming in NVDA 2018.1, the other is from 2017.4.

 

Specifically:

  • NVDA and Windows 10 on ARM will talk about ARM processors, concept of emulation, why this development is important, and performance considerations.
  • NVDA as a Windows Store app will discuss how classic desktop apps are converted, advantages and limitations and so on.

 

Additional sections upon request… or maybe not. I’ll elaborate in February.

Cheers,

Joseph

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of kavein thran
Sent: Saturday, January 27, 2018 7:15 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Welcome to NVDA 2018: part 9 (add-ons) posted, completepackages for parts 6 and 7 (provisional)

 

Hi Joseph, thanks for all the good works you’ve done. Really appreciate it so much.

 

What are the next addendums?

 

Sent from my iPhone


On 28 Jan 2018, at 7:59 AM, David Moore <jesusloves1966@...> wrote:

Hi Joseph!

Same goes with me. You will help so many, because I will recommend your tutorials on many Facebook groups, and so many people I know who are interested to have NVDA be at least their back-up screen reader.

I will really listen to all of this myself to prepare myself for certification.

Thank you for all of your time and effort to put these tutorials together in such a understandable way!

David Moore

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: matthew dyer
Sent: Saturday, January 27, 2018 4:21 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Welcome to NVDA 2018: part 9 (add-ons) posted, completepackages for parts 6 and 7 (provisional)

 

Hi,

 

Thank you so much for taking the time to put this together.  I am planning to get a hold of this and keep it around for anyone who might be interested.  I will give all of this a listen as I think It will give me a better understanding on how this all works and will help me in teaching others who might need help.

 

Thank you again,.

 

 

 

On Jan 27, 2018, at 1:46 PM, Joseph Lee <joseph.lee22590@...> wrote:

 

Ladies and gentlemen,

 

I’m delighted to announce the completion of component-based version of Welcome to NVDA 2018 tutorial set! I’ll explain what I just said in just a moment.

 

Before I go any further, I’d like to take a moment to thank everyone for your continued support and encouragement. The last six weeks have been a challenging yet fun period. In the midst of adjusting to new semester schedule (at Cal State Los Angeles), attending speech and debate competitions, going over add-ons and dealing with NVDA translation issues, I always looked forward to today’s milestone. There are a couple things to be done (including minor edits), but for all intents and purposes, you can now use the 2018 edition of my tutorial set as a handy reference and a teaching tool when training new NVDA users.

 

Today’s milestone means:

 

·         Component-based tutorial set: as promised last year, each segment are separate mp3 files. As of today, all nine sections in the main tutorial set are done. There might be changes in February once NVDA 2018.1 nears completion (if a message changes (especially in NVDA preferences, edits will be done).

·         Usage: as a free tutorial set, anyone is welcome to use the tutorial however they wish (including possible text transcriptions, converting them into a DAISY book, citing in other tutorials, etc.).

 

Speaking of sections: the ninth (and for now, final) section of welcome to NVDA 2018 is now available. This section has gone one of the most extensive edits, as it talks about NVDA add-ons. As always, the section (and components) can be found at www.josephsl.net/tutorials.

 

Also, complete packages for parts 6 and 7 (both concerning NVDA preferences) are now available:

 

·         Welcome to NVDA 2018 part 6A (preferences overview, general settings, synthesizer and supported synthesizers, voice settings and synth settings ring): http://www.josephsl.net/files/nvda18/6/nvda_tutorial_6a.mp3

·         Welcome to NVDA 2018 part 6B (braille settings and supported braille displays, keyboard settings, mouse settings, touch interaction, saving and restoring from saved settings): http://www.josephsl.net/files/nvda18/6/nvda_tutorial_6b.mp3

·         Welcome to NVDA 2018 part 7A (review cursor, input composition settings, object presentation, browse mode): http://www.josephsl.net/files/nvda18/7/nvda_tutorial_7a.mp3

·         Welcome to NVDA 2018 part 7B (document formatting, Windows 10 OCR, speech dictionaries, punctuation/symbol pronunciation, input gestures, restoring to factory defaults): http://www.josephsl.net/files/nvda18/7/nvda_tutorial_7b.mp3

 

Note that complete packages for parts 8 and 9 aren’t up yet. They will go up along with addenda soon. Once features for NVDA 2018.1 are frozen (early February), a zip file containing complete packages, addenda, and an overall introduction and changelog (part 0) will be posted, marking the end of this project. This also means the 2015 edition will be removed from the website. Stay tuned as I’ll also be making an announcement regarding this tutorial set and others.

 

Now for the fun part:

 

Changelog for part 9 (NVDA add-ons) from 2015:

 

·         Completely redone.

·         In add-ons manager segment, added steps on how to enable or disable individual add-ons.

·         Features new and updated add-ons (some prominent, others subtle): GoldWave (updated and used to demonstrate disabling individual add-ons), Systray List (updated), Resource Monitor (updated), DictationBridge (new), Golden Cursor (new), Remote Support (new), Windows 10 App Essentials (new), SentenceNav (new and used during introduction to community add-ons website).

·         GoldWave: the effects of disabling and enabling individual add-ons are demonstrated.

·         SentenceNav: brief demonstration while reading add-ons website content.

·         Systray List: no major changes except for user interface.

·         Resource Monitor: added coverage of system uptime (NVDA+Shift+7) and clarified Windows 10 release announcements for Windows version information (NVDA+Shift+6).

·         Remote Support: basics, including controlling remote computer, muting remote speech, sending clipboard data and add-on options are covered (did not cover remote braille and secure screen considerations due to time constraints).

·         Golden Cursor: covers mouse manipulation via keyboard, mouse arrows, jumping to, saving, and viewing saved mouse positions, changing mouse movement unit, toggling mouse movement restrictions, add-on options.

·         DictationBridge: basic dictation, clicking controls, key presses, installing NVDA commands for Windows Speech Recognition, performing NVDA commands via voice.

·         Windows 10 App Essentials: updating add-on, emoji panel, Skype universal app.

·         Final remarks: links to NVDA users list, GitHub, and NV Access websites are provided, along with information on NVDACon.

·         It will take almost two hours to traverse all segments.

 

Last minute changes on other sections:

·         Part 1 (introduction) has seen file renames to better reflect file content.

·         Tutorial version is now 2018.1 with 2017.4 features included.

·         Introduction for part 6 (NVDA Preferences I) has been updated to say that first half of preferences will cover touch interaction.

 

Overall tutorial set statistics:

·         Total duration: slightly more than 13 hours (minus upcoming addenda).

·         Average duration per section: almost 90 minutes.

·         Average segment duration: 7 minutes.

·         Shortest section: part 1 (Introduction).

·         Longest section: part 4 (NVDA and the web).

·         Longest thematic section: NVDA preferences (parts 6 and 7, which combined runs for over three hours).

 

Up next:

·         Complete packages for parts 8 and 9 will be published, with part 9 divided into two parts. These will go up next week.

·         Addenda: two addendum recordings are planned and will go up soon.

·         The “real” complete package (a zip file) along with part 0 (changelog) will be published once NVDA 2018.1 feature set is frozen in February (for resident translators, this means shortly after start of translatable string freeze).

·         The 2015 edition of Welcome to NVDA will be removed.

 

Thank you and enjoy the tutorial set.

Cheers,

Joseph

 

 

 

Re: filling out a survey

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Subject: Re: [nvda] filling out a survey


Hi Domingo,

It is a web page. When I get the email from ms asking to fill out the survey there is a link to the questions.

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Hi Gary,

perhaps you should add some more infos to your issue. Is the survey a website, a PDF or is it inside an app? Or you should complain directly by MS. As far as I know they have some guys in the support with screenreader knowledge.

HTH Domingos

2018-01-29 10:13 GMT+01:00, Gary Metzler <gmtravel@...>:
Hi All,



I am using the latest win10 and nvda. I recently got a survey from
the Microsoft disability help desk. Is there a trick to filling this
out? I can't seem to see the questions. I would appreciate any help with this.
Thanks,



Regards, Gary kn4ox




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Re: filling out a survey

Gary Metzler
 

Hi Domingo,

It is a web page. When I get the email from ms asking to fill out the survey there is a link to the questions.

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Subject: Re: [nvda] filling out a survey

Hi Gary,

perhaps you should add some more infos to your issue. Is the survey a website, a PDF or is it inside an app? Or you should complain directly by MS. As far as I know they have some guys in the support with screenreader knowledge.

HTH Domingos

2018-01-29 10:13 GMT+01:00, Gary Metzler <gmtravel@...>:
Hi All,



I am using the latest win10 and nvda. I recently got a survey from
the Microsoft disability help desk. Is there a trick to filling this
out? I can't seem to see the questions. I would appreciate any help with this.
Thanks,



Regards, Gary kn4ox




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Re: filling out a survey

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Does it work with narrator in windows 10, I bet it does!
If not I'd not trust such a team to solve any disability related problem!

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Sent: Monday, January 29, 2018 9:13 AM
Subject: [nvda] filling out a survey


Hi All,
I am using the latest win10 and nvda. I recently got a survey from the
Microsoft disability help desk. Is there a trick to filling this out? I
can't seem to see the questions. I would appreciate any help with this.
Thanks,
Regards, Gary kn4ox

Re: CD ripping software that works well with NVDA

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I'd really love a system that ripped to flac files and on a drive and folder chosen by tthe user. Otherwise if like me you have a ssd drive it soon fills up with audio. Cdex does rip to wav which is ok, if a little large.

I did not see a way to do this on winamp or wmp.
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Sent: Monday, January 29, 2018 12:13 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] CD ripping software that works well with NVDA


Hi Roger, Here is how to get wma to rip music automatically or only when you wish. I use nvda when doing this.
This is a section out of a book I recently finished.

Action Steps
This activity is divided into three sections.

Section One, covers setting "Windows Media Player" to automaticly rip a CD to the "music" folder on a desktop or lapt op running Windows Seven.

Section Two, addresses the ripping process. Finally, section three covers Locating the “music folder” where WMA stores audio files by default:


Through out this document "start button" will be referring to the "windows key."
1. *I. Setting Windows Media Player to auto rip a CD:
1. Open WMP by using the hotkey shortcut key combination just created.
If the hotkey was already created that is even better for you.
This should be alt-control-m.

2. Press alt-T to open the tools menu.
3. Type the letter o to access "options."
4. Press control-tab together until reaching the "rip music" property sheet.
5. Tab three times until reaching "format." The default is "Windows Media Audio (WMA.)"
6. Arrow down to your choice. I recommend "mp3."
7. Tab once to a checkbox for telling "Windows Media Player" to aut o rip a CD when inserted into the CD-rom tray.
If the check box is unchecked, press space once to check the box.
8. Next is a check box for determining if the CD-rom opens when finished.
I have this checked. That way I know when a rip has been successful.
I recommend checking the box. So tab once and tap space once.
9. Tab to "apply" and hit enter.

10. Tab across to “okay” and tap enter. The cursor returns into the WMP's program screen.
The next section covers ripping the cd and locating where those files were placed.

*II. Ripping a CD when WMP is set to "automatically rip":
1. If available, open WMP by using the customized hotkey combination of alt-control-m.
2. Locate the eject button on the CD-rom tray and press it .
When using a laptop, this action cause the tray to will open a little. If on a desktop, the tray opens completely.
3. When using a laptop, gently pull out the tray and insert a CD to rip.
4. If using a laptop, gently push close the tray until hearing a small click. If using a desktop, press the ject button again.

5. In a short time the CD- rom can be heard ripping con tent to your computer's music folder.
When finished, the tray will open.
6. Remove the CD and store it away.
7. Close the CD tray.

*III. Locating the “music folder” where WMA stores audio files by default:
There are two places this folder can be found, depending on a user’s preference.
Some wish the music folder to appear on the desktop.
However, a music folder is created by default under the “owner’s” menu when installing Windows.
Method One:
Locating Music in the “Owner’s Menu.”

1. Press the start button.
2. Tab once.
3. Press the letter M unt il reaching "Music."
4. Tap enter to open this folder.
5. If WMP could find a title for the ripped CD, a folder by that name will be created. A sub-folder with the same name will also be created. In that sub-folder will contain your content just ripped.
Arrow down to your choice to hear and tap enter.

If no CD title was available, WMP will create an unknown folder containing a sub-folder with the same name.
Select a folder and hit enter.
Locate the sub-folder and tap enter. You will find all that ripped content.

Method Two. Locating the Music Folder from the desktop:When finished with this
1. Press windows key, (start button), along with letter m for accessing the desktop.
2. Tap the letter m until reaching “music.”
3. Hit enter to open this folder.
4. If WMP could find a title for the ripped CD, a folder by that name will be created. A sub-folder with the same name will also be created. In that sub-folder will contain your content just ripped.
Arrow down to your choice to hear and tap enter.

If no CD title was available, WMP will create an unknown folder containing a sub-folder with the same name.
Select a folder and hit enter.
Locate the sub-folder and tap enter. You will find all that ripped content.

Re: CD ripping software that works well with NVDA

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No I had avast with ccleaner that unchecky did not spot at all.

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Sent: Sunday, January 28, 2018 6:30 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] CD ripping software that works well with NVDA


I had this happen. I thought something was froozen. I did not realise I was
in fact allowing all this crap to install on my computer.

However, a malwarebytes scan helped me get rid of all of it, and now I'm
using newer CDEX with no problems. I wish the creators hadn't done this
though. It was not a very pleasant experience, to be sure.



From: nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of Gene
Sent: January 28, 2018 10:44 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] CD ripping software that works well with NVDA



The current version of CDEX, as do so many free programs now, is bundled
with other software you probably won't want and some of what you may get is
questionable. I don't know if Checky (spelling) will stop the
installations. Because of accessibility problems with the way the extra
options are displayed, you likely won't see them during the installation and
won't be able to refuse them yourself. If you are going to use CDEX, either
use an earlier version, if compatible with Windows 10, or wait to see if
list members can furnish the current version without the exstra programs.
Or wait for news about Unchecky or, of course, you could get sighted
assistance during the installlation.



Gene

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From: erik burggraaf <mailto:erik@...>

Sent: Sunday, January 28, 2018 8:37 AM

To: nvda@nvda.groups.io

Subject: Re: [nvda] CD ripping software that works well with NVDA



Hello,

Exact audio copy and CDex are the two most popular and accessible. I began
with CDex and liked it a lot when I still used windows for such things.
Exact audio copy is the favourite of purists and audiofiles because out of
the box it has extremely strict error checking. CDex can do this, but
needs to be set up for it and at that, it takes longer than EAC to rip with
strict settings.

Hope this helps,

Erik


On January 28, 2018 9:14:06 AM "Steve Nomer" <swnomer@...> wrote:

Hi,


I have a large number of CDs that need to be ripped. Are there some good
rippers out there that work well with NVDA? Thanks for any suggestions.


Steve











Re: NVDA and Amazon

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Well I had no issues with the log in button at all on the normal site.
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Sent: Sunday, January 28, 2018 3:52 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] NVDA and Amazon


Just wanted to correct my own post re the Amazon standard site. I am still using FF 52esr not 7.

Dr. Rick Ely
TVI, Vision Consultant
451 Rocky Hill Road
Florence, MA 01062
&413() 727-3038

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Yes customer reviews seem to now be what I can only describe as tonka toy interfaced. What they have done is dumbed it down but in the process made it very hard as it repeats itself all the time whereas before you had simple links forward and back etc. However not sure i trust customer reviews myself.
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Subject: Re: [nvda] NVDA and Amazon


I would second that experience with the standard Amazon site. They messed
about with customer reviews that make them more cumbersome to use, but have
no issues. Running Windows 10 and have stayed with Firefox 57 but will
likely move to 58 this weekend.


Dr. Rick Ely
TVI, Vision Consultant
451 Rocky Hill Road
Florence, MA 01062
&413() 727-3038

-----Original Message-----
From: nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of Ron
Canazzi
Sent: Saturday, January 27, 2018 2:57 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] NVDA and Amazon

I use Amazon all the time with NVDA 2017.4 and have no real problems. I
experience nothing like what you are describing. I am using Windows 10,
Firefox 58 with standard settings.



On 1/27/2018 11:42 AM, Ron Edwards via Groups.Io wrote:
Hi all.


Do Any of you kind people use the above? I can't even sign in. There
is a sign in button but when I press Return the space bar as I usually
would, nothing happends.


Any help appreciated.


Ron




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Re: CD ripping software that works well with NVDA

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You find this a lot, it seems that often they have a non standard downloading system that downloads a stub and that does the download and install but if the actual download or the stub are inaccessible you are stuffed.
Brian

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Sent: Sunday, January 28, 2018 3:51 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] CD ripping software that works well with NVDA


Can someone please give me a direct download link for Exact Audio Copy? I tried Googling it, and I get a download page and when I choose download, it goes to another page with another download link and when I choose that, I'm sent to yet another page and I have gone through about a dozen such page transfers and have yet to actually get the danged program! Hope someone can help.

Thanks.

Roger










On 1/28/2018 8:37 AM, erik burggraaf wrote:
Hello,

Exact audio copy and CDex are the two most popular and accessible. I began with CDex and liked it a lot when I still used windows for such things. Exact audio copy is the favourite of purists and audiofiles because out of the box it has extremely strict error checking. CDex can do this, but needs to be set up for it and at that, it takes longer than EAC to rip with strict settings.

Hope this helps,

Erik


On January 28, 2018 9:14:06 AM "Steve Nomer" <swnomer@...> wrote:

Hi,


I have a large number of CDs that need to be ripped. Are there some good
rippers out there that work well with NVDA? Thanks for any suggestions.


Steve









Re: CD ripping software that works well with NVDA

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I've been also using cdex as well.
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Sent: Sunday, January 28, 2018 2:19 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] CD ripping software that works well with NVDA


Hi
If those are audio cd, use anyburn: http://anyburn.com
Cuong
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Steve Nomer" <swnomer@...>
To: <nvda@nvda.groups.io>
Sent: Sunday, January 28, 2018 9:13 PM
Subject: [nvda] CD ripping software that works well with NVDA


Hi,


I have a large number of CDs that need to be ripped. Are there some good rippers out there that work well with NVDA? Thanks for any suggestions.


Steve




Re: filling out a survey

Domingos de Oliveira <domingos20000@...>
 

Hi Gary,

perhaps you should add some more infos to your issue. Is the survey a
website, a PDF or is it inside an app? Or you should complain directly
by MS. As far as I know they have some guys in the support with
screenreader knowledge.

HTH Domingos

2018-01-29 10:13 GMT+01:00, Gary Metzler <gmtravel@...>:

Hi All,



I am using the latest win10 and nvda. I recently got a survey from the
Microsoft disability help desk. Is there a trick to filling this out? I
can't seem to see the questions. I would appreciate any help with this.
Thanks,



Regards, Gary kn4ox



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Re: Welcome to NVDA 2018: part 9 (add-ons) posted,completepackages for parts 6 and 7 (provisional)

Clare Page <clare.page@...>
 

Hi!

I have read a couple of times now about NVDA becoming a Windows Store app in Windows 10.

However, speaking on behalf of those who don’t have Windows 10, I hope the good old-fashioned desktop NVDA program won’t be going away any time tsoon. I know that means the developers might have two NVDA’s to work on, but it may be quite a long time before every NVDA user has a Windows 10 computer, so here’s hoping the NVDA we all use now will stick around for a good while.

Bye for now!

From Clare

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of mattias
Sent: dimanche 28 janvier 2018 19:17
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Welcome to NVDA 2018: part 9 (add-ons) posted,completepackages for parts 6 and 7 (provisional)

 

NVDA as a windows store app?!

cool

 

Skickades från E-post för Windows 10

 

Från: Joseph Lee
Skickat: den 28 januari 2018 04:24
Till: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Ämne: Re: [nvda] Welcome to NVDA 2018: part 9 (add-ons) posted,completepackages for parts 6 and 7 (provisional)

 

Hi,

At the moment there are two planned: NVDA and Windows 10 on ARM, and NVDA as a Windows Store app. There won’t be demos, but they’ll include information people will need to know as they encounter NVDA in those situations. One of them ties into what’s coming in NVDA 2018.1, the other is from 2017.4.

 

Specifically:

  • NVDA and Windows 10 on ARM will talk about ARM processors, concept of emulation, why this development is important, and performance considerations.
  • NVDA as a Windows Store app will discuss how classic desktop apps are converted, advantages and limitations and so on.

 

Additional sections upon request… or maybe not. I’ll elaborate in February.

Cheers,

Joseph

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of kavein thran
Sent: Saturday, January 27, 2018 7:15 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Welcome to NVDA 2018: part 9 (add-ons) posted, completepackages for parts 6 and 7 (provisional)

 

Hi Joseph, thanks for all the good works you’ve done. Really appreciate it so much.

 

What are the next addendums?

 

Sent from my iPhone


On 28 Jan 2018, at 7:59 AM, David Moore <jesusloves1966@...> wrote:

Hi Joseph!

Same goes with me. You will help so many, because I will recommend your tutorials on many Facebook groups, and so many people I know who are interested to have NVDA be at least their back-up screen reader.

I will really listen to all of this myself to prepare myself for certification.

Thank you for all of your time and effort to put these tutorials together in such a understandable way!

David Moore

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: matthew dyer
Sent: Saturday, January 27, 2018 4:21 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Welcome to NVDA 2018: part 9 (add-ons) posted, completepackages for parts 6 and 7 (provisional)

 

Hi,

 

Thank you so much for taking the time to put this together.  I am planning to get a hold of this and keep it around for anyone who might be interested.  I will give all of this a listen as I think It will give me a better understanding on how this all works and will help me in teaching others who might need help.

 

Thank you again,.

 

 

 

On Jan 27, 2018, at 1:46 PM, Joseph Lee <joseph.lee22590@...> wrote:

 

Ladies and gentlemen,

 

I’m delighted to announce the completion of component-based version of Welcome to NVDA 2018 tutorial set! I’ll explain what I just said in just a moment.

 

Before I go any further, I’d like to take a moment to thank everyone for your continued support and encouragement. The last six weeks have been a challenging yet fun period. In the midst of adjusting to new semester schedule (at Cal State Los Angeles), attending speech and debate competitions, going over add-ons and dealing with NVDA translation issues, I always looked forward to today’s milestone. There are a couple things to be done (including minor edits), but for all intents and purposes, you can now use the 2018 edition of my tutorial set as a handy reference and a teaching tool when training new NVDA users.

 

Today’s milestone means:

 

·         Component-based tutorial set: as promised last year, each segment are separate mp3 files. As of today, all nine sections in the main tutorial set are done. There might be changes in February once NVDA 2018.1 nears completion (if a message changes (especially in NVDA preferences, edits will be done).

·         Usage: as a free tutorial set, anyone is welcome to use the tutorial however they wish (including possible text transcriptions, converting them into a DAISY book, citing in other tutorials, etc.).

 

Speaking of sections: the ninth (and for now, final) section of welcome to NVDA 2018 is now available. This section has gone one of the most extensive edits, as it talks about NVDA add-ons. As always, the section (and components) can be found at www.josephsl.net/tutorials.

 

Also, complete packages for parts 6 and 7 (both concerning NVDA preferences) are now available:

 

·         Welcome to NVDA 2018 part 6A (preferences overview, general settings, synthesizer and supported synthesizers, voice settings and synth settings ring): http://www.josephsl.net/files/nvda18/6/nvda_tutorial_6a.mp3

·         Welcome to NVDA 2018 part 6B (braille settings and supported braille displays, keyboard settings, mouse settings, touch interaction, saving and restoring from saved settings): http://www.josephsl.net/files/nvda18/6/nvda_tutorial_6b.mp3

·         Welcome to NVDA 2018 part 7A (review cursor, input composition settings, object presentation, browse mode): http://www.josephsl.net/files/nvda18/7/nvda_tutorial_7a.mp3

·         Welcome to NVDA 2018 part 7B (document formatting, Windows 10 OCR, speech dictionaries, punctuation/symbol pronunciation, input gestures, restoring to factory defaults): http://www.josephsl.net/files/nvda18/7/nvda_tutorial_7b.mp3

 

Note that complete packages for parts 8 and 9 aren’t up yet. They will go up along with addenda soon. Once features for NVDA 2018.1 are frozen (early February), a zip file containing complete packages, addenda, and an overall introduction and changelog (part 0) will be posted, marking the end of this project. This also means the 2015 edition will be removed from the website. Stay tuned as I’ll also be making an announcement regarding this tutorial set and others.

 

Now for the fun part:

 

Changelog for part 9 (NVDA add-ons) from 2015:

 

·         Completely redone.

·         In add-ons manager segment, added steps on how to enable or disable individual add-ons.

·         Features new and updated add-ons (some prominent, others subtle): GoldWave (updated and used to demonstrate disabling individual add-ons), Systray List (updated), Resource Monitor (updated), DictationBridge (new), Golden Cursor (new), Remote Support (new), Windows 10 App Essentials (new), SentenceNav (new and used during introduction to community add-ons website).

·         GoldWave: the effects of disabling and enabling individual add-ons are demonstrated.

·         SentenceNav: brief demonstration while reading add-ons website content.

·         Systray List: no major changes except for user interface.

·         Resource Monitor: added coverage of system uptime (NVDA+Shift+7) and clarified Windows 10 release announcements for Windows version information (NVDA+Shift+6).

·         Remote Support: basics, including controlling remote computer, muting remote speech, sending clipboard data and add-on options are covered (did not cover remote braille and secure screen considerations due to time constraints).

·         Golden Cursor: covers mouse manipulation via keyboard, mouse arrows, jumping to, saving, and viewing saved mouse positions, changing mouse movement unit, toggling mouse movement restrictions, add-on options.

·         DictationBridge: basic dictation, clicking controls, key presses, installing NVDA commands for Windows Speech Recognition, performing NVDA commands via voice.

·         Windows 10 App Essentials: updating add-on, emoji panel, Skype universal app.

·         Final remarks: links to NVDA users list, GitHub, and NV Access websites are provided, along with information on NVDACon.

·         It will take almost two hours to traverse all segments.

 

Last minute changes on other sections:

·         Part 1 (introduction) has seen file renames to better reflect file content.

·         Tutorial version is now 2018.1 with 2017.4 features included.

·         Introduction for part 6 (NVDA Preferences I) has been updated to say that first half of preferences will cover touch interaction.

 

Overall tutorial set statistics:

·         Total duration: slightly more than 13 hours (minus upcoming addenda).

·         Average duration per section: almost 90 minutes.

·         Average segment duration: 7 minutes.

·         Shortest section: part 1 (Introduction).

·         Longest section: part 4 (NVDA and the web).

·         Longest thematic section: NVDA preferences (parts 6 and 7, which combined runs for over three hours).

 

Up next:

·         Complete packages for parts 8 and 9 will be published, with part 9 divided into two parts. These will go up next week.

·         Addenda: two addendum recordings are planned and will go up soon.

·         The “real” complete package (a zip file) along with part 0 (changelog) will be published once NVDA 2018.1 feature set is frozen in February (for resident translators, this means shortly after start of translatable string freeze).

·         The 2015 edition of Welcome to NVDA will be removed.

 

Thank you and enjoy the tutorial set.

Cheers,

Joseph

 

 

 

filling out a survey

Gary Metzler
 

Hi All,

 

I am using the latest win10 and nvda.  I recently got a survey from the Microsoft disability help desk.  Is there a trick to filling this out?  I can’t seem to see the questions.  I would appreciate any help with this.  Thanks,

 

Regards, Gary kn4ox

 

Re: code factory Eloquence for NVDA

Edhoari Setiyoso
 

No, they're different. But when I purchased mine, I have vocalizer and eloquence in one bundle.
Here's info from AT guys

  • What languages and voices are supported?
  • With Eloquence, there are 10 languages supported: US English, UK English, Castilian Spanish, Mexican Spanish, German, Finnish, French, Canadian French, Italian and Brazilian Portuguese and with Vocalizer, Australian English, Irish English, Indian English, UK English, US English, South African English, Arabic, Argentina Spanish, Basque, Belgian Dutch, Brazilian Portuguese, Bulgarian, Canadian French, Cantonese, Castilian Spanish, Catalan, Colombian Spanish, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, Galician, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin, Mandarin Taiwanese, Mexican Spanish, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Slovak, Swedish, Thai, Turkish and Valencian languages with at least one voice is supported.


Edhoari Setiyoso
On 01/28/2018 11:28 PM, 特種兵 wrote:


  yes, but does the eloquence the same with vocalizer?

thank you for much
Logo Kuo from Taiwan
Edhoari Setiyoso 於 2018/1/28 下午 11:00 寫道:
Yes, You may check this link for a demo
http://www.nuance.com/landing-pages/playground/Vocalizer_Demo2/vocaLizer_modal.html?demo=true

Edhoari Setiyoso
On 01/28/2018 09:11 PM, 特種兵 wrote:

  Does the sapi5 eloquence support Chinese or mandarin?
  thanks

thank you for much
Logo Kuo from Taiwan
Josh Kennedy 於 2018/1/28 下午 09:22 寫道:
In your start menu there is an eloquence settings dialog that lets you change voice and stuff. I bought the sapi5 eloquence from atguys and it works very good. 




Re: CD ripping software that works well with NVDA

 

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----- Original Message -----
From: "Arlene" <nedster66@...>
To: <nvda@nvda.groups.io>
Sent: Monday, January 29, 2018 5:32 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] CD ripping software that works well with NVDA


Hi, is Anyburn a free CD ripper?

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Sent: January-28-18 6:19 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] CD ripping software that works well with NVDA

Hi
If those are audio cd, use anyburn: http://anyburn.com Cuong
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Steve Nomer" <swnomer@...>
To: <nvda@nvda.groups.io>
Sent: Sunday, January 28, 2018 9:13 PM
Subject: [nvda] CD ripping software that works well with NVDA


Hi,


I have a large number of CDs that need to be ripped. Are there some good
rippers out there that work well with NVDA? Thanks for any suggestions.


Steve



Re: CD ripping software that works well with NVDA

Gene
 

The quoted material has problems and serious shortcomings.  basic information appears to be correct.  I haven't used the newest Media Player nor have I looked at most of this for a long time in any version.  I almost never rip anything, though I have done some ripping in the past.  But the author makes recommendations and arbitrary statements without explanation.  Neither does the author explain how to set parameters such as the kbps rate in mp3 files.  therefore, if people just use the defaults, they will get rips at 128kbps, not nearly adequate for someone who intends to listen using quality equipment and who has enough discrimination to know the difference between 128kbps and a good quality rip.  128kbps is fine for listening through small speakers or small headphones.  I use 320kbps when ripping music.  That's the highest quality mp3 kbps rate.  People can experiment to see what rate satisfies them.  But this book is completely inadequate for anyone more serious than a more or less casual ripper. 
 
Also, why should the short cut be what the writer specifies?  If you teach how to create shortcut keys, it can be any possible command the user wishes.
 
Also, I'm very skeptical that opening Windows media Player has any bearing ever on whether files are automatically ripped.  The text for autoripping in the dialog says some thing like automatically rip CDs when they are inserted.  It says nothing about opening the player first.  And second, this is either an autoplay function or it should be assumed to be automatic the way autoplay can be when you insert a CD.  If autoplay needs to be enabled for CDs, opening the player first makes no difference.  If autoplay doesn't have to be enabled, opening the player will make no difference either. 
 
I don't know if this discussion will be of use to people.  Most blind computer users, it is my impression, don't use Media Player for ripping.  But those who do or are interested in doing so, be aware that this information is incomplete for anyone but a casual ripper who will simply use defaults and doesn't want to proceed any further.  Perhaps someone else will send information about a source that really teaches this properly.
 
Gene

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Sunday, January 28, 2018 6:13 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] CD ripping software that works well with NVDA

Hi Roger, Here is how to get wma to rip music automatically or only when you wish.  I use nvda when doing this.
This is a section out of a book I recently finished.

Action Steps
This activity is divided into three  sections.

Section One, covers setting "Windows Media Player" to automaticly rip a CD to the "music" folder on a desktop or lapt op running Windows Seven.

Section Two, addresses the ripping process.  Finally, section three covers Locating the “music folder” where WMA stores audio files by default:


Through out this document "start button" will be referring to the "windows key."
1.  *I.  Setting Windows Media Player to auto rip a CD:
1. Open WMP by using the hotkey shortcut key combination just created.
If the hotkey was already created that is even better for you.
This should be alt-control-m.

2.  Press alt-T to open the tools menu.
3.  Type the letter o to access "options."
4.  Press control-tab together until reaching the "rip music" property sheet.
5.  Tab three times until reaching "format."  The default is   "Windows Media Audio (WMA.)"
6.  Arrow down to your choice.  I recommend "mp3."
7. Tab once to a checkbox for telling "Windows Media Player" to aut o rip a CD when inserted into the CD-rom tray.
If the check box is unchecked, press space once to check the box.
8.  Next is a check box for determining if the CD-rom opens when finished.
I have this checked.  That way I know when a rip has been successful.
I recommend checking the box.  So tab once and tap space once.
9.  Tab to "apply" and hit enter.

10.  Tab across to “okay” and tap enter.  The cursor returns into the WMP's program screen.
The next section covers ripping the cd and locating where those files were placed.

*II. Ripping a CD when WMP is set to "automatically rip":
1.  If available, open WMP by using the customized hotkey combination of alt-control-m.
2.  Locate the eject button on the CD-rom tray and press it .
When using a laptop, this action cause the tray to will open a little.  If on a desktop, the tray opens completely.
3.  When using a laptop, gently pull out the tray and insert a CD to rip.
4.  If using a laptop, gently push close the tray until hearing a small click. If using a desktop, press the ject button again.

5. In a short time the CD- rom can be heard ripping con tent to your computer's music folder.
When finished, the tray will open.
6.  Remove the CD and store it  away.
7.  Close the CD tray.

*III.  Locating the “music folder” where WMA stores audio files by default:
There are two places this folder can be found, depending on a user’s preference.
Some wish the music folder to appear on the desktop.
However, a music folder is created by default under the “owner’s” menu when installing Windows.
Method One:
Locating Music in the “Owner’s Menu.”

1.  Press the start button.
2.    Tab once.
3.  Press the letter M unt il reaching "Music."
4.  Tap enter to open this folder.
5. If WMP could find a title for the ripped CD, a folder by that name will be created.  A sub-folder with the same name will also be created.  In that sub-folder will contain your content just ripped.
Arrow down to your choice to hear and tap enter.

If no CD title was available, WMP will create an unknown folder containing a sub-folder with the same name.
Select a folder and hit  enter.
Locate the sub-folder and tap enter.  You will find all that ripped content.

Method Two.  Locating the Music Folder from the desktop:When finished with this
1. Press windows key, (start button), along with letter m for accessing the desktop.
2.  Tap the letter m until reaching “music.”
3.  Hit enter to open this folder.
4. If WMP could find a title for the ripped CD, a folder by that name will be created.  A sub-folder with the same name will also be created.  In that sub-folder will contain your content just ripped.
Arrow down to your choice to hear and tap enter.

If no CD title was available, WMP will create an unknown folder containing a sub-folder with the same name.
Select a folder and hit  enter.
Locate the sub-folder and tap enter.  You will find all that ripped content.




Re: CD ripping software that works well with NVDA

Dan Thompson
 

Hi Roger, Here is how to get wma to rip music automatically or only when you wish. I use nvda when doing this.
This is a section out of a book I recently finished.

Action Steps
This activity is divided into three sections.

Section One, covers setting "Windows Media Player" to automaticly rip a CD to the "music" folder on a desktop or lapt op running Windows Seven.

Section Two, addresses the ripping process. Finally, section three covers Locating the “music folder” where WMA stores audio files by default:


Through out this document "start button" will be referring to the "windows key."
1. *I. Setting Windows Media Player to auto rip a CD:
1. Open WMP by using the hotkey shortcut key combination just created.
If the hotkey was already created that is even better for you.
This should be alt-control-m.

2. Press alt-T to open the tools menu.
3. Type the letter o to access "options."
4. Press control-tab together until reaching the "rip music" property sheet.
5. Tab three times until reaching "format." The default is "Windows Media Audio (WMA.)"
6. Arrow down to your choice. I recommend "mp3."
7. Tab once to a checkbox for telling "Windows Media Player" to aut o rip a CD when inserted into the CD-rom tray.
If the check box is unchecked, press space once to check the box.
8. Next is a check box for determining if the CD-rom opens when finished.
I have this checked. That way I know when a rip has been successful.
I recommend checking the box. So tab once and tap space once.
9. Tab to "apply" and hit enter.

10. Tab across to “okay” and tap enter. The cursor returns into the WMP's program screen.
The next section covers ripping the cd and locating where those files were placed.

*II. Ripping a CD when WMP is set to "automatically rip":
1. If available, open WMP by using the customized hotkey combination of alt-control-m.
2. Locate the eject button on the CD-rom tray and press it .
When using a laptop, this action cause the tray to will open a little. If on a desktop, the tray opens completely.
3. When using a laptop, gently pull out the tray and insert a CD to rip.
4. If using a laptop, gently push close the tray until hearing a small click. If using a desktop, press the ject button again.

5. In a short time the CD- rom can be heard ripping con tent to your computer's music folder.
When finished, the tray will open.
6. Remove the CD and store it away.
7. Close the CD tray.

*III. Locating the “music folder” where WMA stores audio files by default:
There are two places this folder can be found, depending on a user’s preference.
Some wish the music folder to appear on the desktop.
However, a music folder is created by default under the “owner’s” menu when installing Windows.
Method One:
Locating Music in the “Owner’s Menu.”

1. Press the start button.
2. Tab once.
3. Press the letter M unt il reaching "Music."
4. Tap enter to open this folder.
5. If WMP could find a title for the ripped CD, a folder by that name will be created. A sub-folder with the same name will also be created. In that sub-folder will contain your content just ripped.
Arrow down to your choice to hear and tap enter.

If no CD title was available, WMP will create an unknown folder containing a sub-folder with the same name.
Select a folder and hit enter.
Locate the sub-folder and tap enter. You will find all that ripped content.

Method Two. Locating the Music Folder from the desktop:When finished with this
1. Press windows key, (start button), along with letter m for accessing the desktop.
2. Tap the letter m until reaching “music.”
3. Hit enter to open this folder.
4. If WMP could find a title for the ripped CD, a folder by that name will be created. A sub-folder with the same name will also be created. In that sub-folder will contain your content just ripped.
Arrow down to your choice to hear and tap enter.

If no CD title was available, WMP will create an unknown folder containing a sub-folder with the same name.
Select a folder and hit enter.
Locate the sub-folder and tap enter. You will find all that ripped content.

Re: CD ripping software that works well with NVDA

Arlene
 

Oh ok! It works for win ten?

-----Original Message-----
From: nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of Rosemarie Chavarria
Sent: January-28-18 2:47 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] CD ripping software that works well with NVDA

Yes. It rips CD's as well as burning them.



-----Original Message-----
From: nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of Arlene
Sent: Sunday, January 28, 2018 2:33 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] CD ripping software that works well with NVDA

Hi, is Anyburn a free CD ripper?

-----Original Message-----
From: nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of Dang Manh Cuong
Sent: January-28-18 6:19 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] CD ripping software that works well with NVDA

Hi
If those are audio cd, use anyburn: http://anyburn.com Cuong
----------------
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The Assistive technology specialist
Sao Mai Vocational and assistive center for the blind
52/22 Huynh Thien Loc St., Hoa Thanh ward, Tan Phu dist., HCM, Vietnam.
Tel: +8428 7302-4488
E-mail: vanphong@...; congnghe@...
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SaoMaiCenter
Website: http://www.trungtamsaomai.org; http://www.saomaicenter.org



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----- Original Message -----
From: "Steve Nomer" <swnomer@...>
To: <nvda@nvda.groups.io>
Sent: Sunday, January 28, 2018 9:13 PM
Subject: [nvda] CD ripping software that works well with NVDA


Hi,


I have a large number of CDs that need to be ripped. Are there some
good rippers out there that work well with NVDA? Thanks for any suggestions.


Steve



Re: CD ripping software that works well with NVDA

Rosemarie Chavarria
 

Yes. It rips CD's as well as burning them.

-----Original Message-----
From: nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of Arlene
Sent: Sunday, January 28, 2018 2:33 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] CD ripping software that works well with NVDA

Hi, is Anyburn a free CD ripper?

-----Original Message-----
From: nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of Dang Manh Cuong
Sent: January-28-18 6:19 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] CD ripping software that works well with NVDA

Hi
If those are audio cd, use anyburn: http://anyburn.com Cuong
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Steve Nomer" <swnomer@...>
To: <nvda@nvda.groups.io>
Sent: Sunday, January 28, 2018 9:13 PM
Subject: [nvda] CD ripping software that works well with NVDA


Hi,


I have a large number of CDs that need to be ripped. Are there some
good rippers out there that work well with NVDA? Thanks for any suggestions.


Steve



Re: CD ripping software that works well with NVDA

Joe Paton
 

Roger,

If you don't have it yet, please drop me a line off list.
Joe@... is the better address, it is less cluttered.