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Re: Update on Amazon Kindle Site with NVDA

Kwork
 

The other thing you can do that I've figured out now, is to use object navigation. For instance, on this particular book, do the following:


Go to the first heading. It's called "buying options." There's no level number associated with it, so using the numbers on the keyboard won't work.

NVDA+numpad 2 to move into the dialogue using object navigation.

NVDA+numpad 6 and NVDA+numpad 4 to move forward and back through the dialogue.

NVDA+numpad enter to make your selection.

Since this one is available on Kindle Unlimited, you can either buy the book or read it with KU. Moving forward through the dialogue this way will at least tell you the price, if it's available through KU along with a "read now" button if applicable, and offer you the "buy" button after the other information given.


Another way to get more quickly to the buy button is to go to the buying options heading, press f once to the next form, sometimes a checkbox, sometimes the name of the Kindle device where the book will be sent, then shift tab back to the buy now button, usually two or three choices back.

The problem with this method is that you haven't heard the price yet, or know KU availabilityunless you check down the page first.

Things are still broken with NVDA 2018.3 beta, and so far the developers have been silent.

Travis

On 8/29/2018 7:56 AM, Jackie wrote:
Well, what I had to do was to click the 'kindle' button to let them
know I wanted the Kindle book & not via Kindle unlimited. Then I had
to tab till I found the buy w/1 click. But 'tweren't easy.

On 8/29/18, Abbie Taylor <abbietaylor945@...> wrote:
Here's the link to the book I purchased yesterday. I've noticed the same
issue with other books, and you know what? With my BrailleNote Touch running
Android 4, I can find that Purchase with One Click button quite easily. Go
figure.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07G65V94Z/ref=pe_385040_118058080_TE_M1DP

Abbie Johnson Taylor, Author http://abbiescorner.wordpress.com
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Order my new memoir at http://www.abbiejohnsontaylor.com/memoir.htm

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Re: nvda rc versions

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This is getting confusing now, as I've seen mail saying use the beta, and other mail saying there will be an RC. I would guess its anybody's guess!
Brian

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Sent: Wednesday, August 29, 2018 4:27 PM
Subject: [nvda] nvda rc versions


Hay I was wondering when nvda 2018.3 RC 1 will be out. I was also wondering if you were still doing RC builds any more with the new changes in nv access? Just let me know.


Re: problem with windows10 OCR

 

To be honest if you search about you can still find units new ones running win7, any hp unit stating g1 or  g2 probably is still ok.

I can still get some 4, 5 and even 6'th gen units, you may have to buy win7 from ebay or something but you can still use those generations witn 7.

Its what I have been grapling with for a bit myself.

I can and probably will get an amd risen 5 unit or even a 7 unit, but on the other hand, with what I run with no virtual machines, updating from a 3rd gen to a 4th gen will be fine my dad updated to a 4th gen workstation and has been running fine.

On 8/30/2018 4:57 AM, Josh Kennedy wrote:
Hi,

Since I plan on getting a new computer for playing some games, and I will probably need windows10 OCR to scan and click on stuff in the game menus, I tried an experiment. I went to the desktop went up to desktop window with object navigation, and did capslock r. the desktop was recognized and placed in the results viewer. I went down to mail, I hit space, nothing happened, route mouse to navigator object folloed by left click, nothing, tried enter, nothing, space, and enter two times, still mail did not activate, NVDA did not click it. So I unloaded NVDA and started the latest jaws2018. Jaws old legacy MSAA drivers are turned off for windows10. So I told jaws to OCR the screen, it did. It turned on the jaws cursor, I moved to windows10 mail, and did a left mouse click twice quickly. And mail activated and loaded up. So what is wrong with NvDA OCR? Why won’t it activate mail while jaws will in fact activate mail? Will I have to use jaws to get at the menus of games such as madden nfl 19 and successfully click the options and then unload jaws to play? Is this a NVDA OCR bug, or is there a more accurate OCR NVDA addon? In any case I am glad I have two screen readers on here, in case one does not work, the other probably will.

Josh


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Re: problem with windows10 OCR

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I'm pretty certain ocr keypresses in nvda on windows 10 use cloud ocr, but have never had the need to test it on anyones machine.

I think Jaws uses omnipage.
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Sent: Wednesday, August 29, 2018 6:01 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] problem with windows10 OCR


you cannot do my knowledge do this. you would need something like cloud
ocr to do this by the way tha thas not ben updated in a number of years
so good luck using it.

On 29 Aug 2018, at 9:57, Josh Kennedy wrote:

Hi,

Since I plan on getting a new computer for playing some games, and I
will probably need windows10 OCR to scan and click on stuff in the
game menus, I tried an experiment. I went to the desktop went up to
desktop window with object navigation, and did capslock r. the desktop
was recognized and placed in the results viewer. I went down to mail,
I hit space, nothing happened, route mouse to navigator object folloed
by left click, nothing, tried enter, nothing, space, and enter two
times, still mail did not activate, NVDA did not click it. So I
unloaded NVDA and started the latest jaws2018. Jaws old legacy MSAA
drivers are turned off for windows10. So I told jaws to OCR the
screen, it did. It turned on the jaws cursor, I moved to windows10
mail, and did a left mouse click twice quickly. And mail activated and
loaded up. So what is wrong with NvDA OCR? Why won’t it activate
mail while jaws will in fact activate mail? Will I have to use jaws to
get at the menus of games such as madden nfl 19 and successfully click
the options and then unload jaws to play? Is this a NVDA OCR bug, or
is there a more accurate OCR NVDA addon? In any case I am glad I have
two screen readers on here, in case one does not work, the other
probably will.

Josh


Sent from Mail for Windows 10





Re: problem with windows10 OCR

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Does not Jaws use its own internal ocr and nvda use the cloud ocr of microsoft?
Brian

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----- Original Message -----
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Sent: Wednesday, August 29, 2018 5:57 PM
Subject: [nvda] problem with windows10 OCR


Hi,

Since I plan on getting a new computer for playing some games, and I will probably need windows10 OCR to scan and click on stuff in the game menus, I tried an experiment. I went to the desktop went up to desktop window with object navigation, and did capslock r. the desktop was recognized and placed in the results viewer. I went down to mail, I hit space, nothing happened, route mouse to navigator object folloed by left click, nothing, tried enter, nothing, space, and enter two times, still mail did not activate, NVDA did not click it. So I unloaded NVDA and started the latest jaws2018. Jaws old legacy MSAA drivers are turned off for windows10. So I told jaws to OCR the screen, it did. It turned on the jaws cursor, I moved to windows10 mail, and did a left mouse click twice quickly. And mail activated and loaded up. So what is wrong with NvDA OCR? Why won’t it activate mail while jaws will in fact activate mail? Will I have to use jaws to get at the menus of games such as madden nfl 19 and successfully click the options and then unload jaws to play? Is this a NVDA OCR bug, or is there a more accurate OCR NVDA addon? In any case I am glad I have two screen readers on here, in case one does not work, the other probably will.

Josh


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Re: nvda rc versions

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I'm pretty sure that in the main, no, you can use the beta releases instead. Obviously if some kind of odd problem does show up test builds are being made but you need to be on the github issues list to normally know about them. There was one recently to help speed up firefox rendering but it seems to have created a link repeating bug.
Brian

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Sent: Wednesday, August 29, 2018 4:27 PM
Subject: [nvda] nvda rc versions


Hay I was wondering when nvda 2018.3 RC 1 will be out. I was also wondering if you were still doing RC builds any more with the new changes in nv access? Just let me know.


Re: trillian?

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I thought it had stopped working a long time ago now.
Brian

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Sent: Wednesday, August 29, 2018 3:48 PM
Subject: [nvda] trillian?


Anybody able to use trillian with nvda and windows ten?
It is not working for me.


Re: Updated the accessible applications wiki again.

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Yes I'm really interested in OE Classic as it might save me from the tyranny of outlook express reinstalls when Microsoft remove it again, and from the very big issue of tbird and its huge tree for those of us with multi accounts for email and want them to be completely separate etc.
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Robert Kingett" <@blindjourno>
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Sent: Wednesday, August 29, 2018 3:02 PM
Subject: [nvda] Updated the accessible applications wiki again.


I learned, while editing the below wiki, that I can't create sub-pages
of the main page. Aw poop! Anyway, given that Zoom will get some
enhancements with the next NVDA, I added Zoom, including their
accessibility email, to the page. I am gonna change the title of the
page later today to, accessible applications. I've removed old links, as
well. I am gonna do more updates later today. What I wish github would
allow me to do is to create sub pages for the main pages. This way I can
break the wiki up into tiny sections. I may just break it up later with
headings and stuff. Anyone can edit the below page as long as they have
a git hub account so if anybody wants to edit after me go ahead. I'm
debating on adding programs that will become accessible later on, like
OE Classic.


https://github.com/nvaccess/nvda-community/wiki/Application-Support



Re: NVDA, other processes, performance, and security

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Well access has had this issue for many years now, right back as far as I can recall in fact.

I do not know about xcel as I thought that closed ok. Certainly sometimes Access 2007 will and always had seemed to be stuck.

I did wonder if it was because my database has a lot of visual basic in it and the whole thing can get pretty confused I'd imagine.
Brian

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Sent: Wednesday, August 29, 2018 1:14 PM
Subject: [nvda] NVDA, other processes, performance, and security


Hello everyone!
I recently read on here that someone had observed NVDA wouldn't let some processes close normally. Specifically, the conversation was about processes belonging to MS Office. I'm a bit of a security nerd and I have a strong background in comp.sci. so I had a look to see for myself if that's actually the case. Sure enough, at least Excel and Outlook are affected by this on my system. That is, when I start one of those while NVDA is running and then close the application again, the process remains running in Task Manager. When I launch Outlook or Excel while NVDA is not running and then close the application again, the process goes away. So it does seem as if there is at least some kind of connection between NVDA running and other processes not closing normally. Whether that connection is direct or indirect, or in what software the bug is, I cannot say, of course, only that it is causal. Word doesn't show it for me by the way.
To my understanding, and I hope to be convinced otherwise, this has both security and performance implications. Security because any process unnecessarily left running increases the number of potential attack vectors; and performance because any process unnecessarily left running will consume resources in terms of memory, kernel data structures, and processor cycles. For anyone reading this and deciding whether or not to panic about security, I don't think there's any reason. This is not about current threats. I'm just theorizing about statistical averages and potential trouble somewhere down the road.
So my question would be if there is a roadmap for that to be looked into, or if it has even been addressed in the upcoming version 2018.3.
Cheers Perry

Re: In-Process 29th August 2018

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It is a page asking me to log in. I had horrible trouble getting away from that site a few years back and getting my stuff removed, so I'm not going to join it again unless I lie and call myself Mickey mouse or something but I'd bet that is against their terms of service now they are, like Github owned by Microsoft!
Brian

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Subject: Re: [nvda] In-Process 29th August 2018


Hi Brian,
I found her LinkedIN page. Maybe you can find what you want there.
https://www.linkedin.com/in/danikabakalich74

On Wed, Aug 29, 2018 at 8:07 PM, Quentin Christensen <quentin@...>
wrote:

Hi Brian,

All good points. Danika is female. It's not a common name and I didn't
think to clarify that in the text, my apologies.

More information in a future In-Process,

Regards

Quentin.

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Just one point as the CEO has an unusual name the piece should perhaps
say whether its a male or a female, perhaps also have an overview of what
they do and their history?

That is what I normally try to do with things I put into our talking
newspaper about charities new personnel, anyway, it makes them more
approachable.
Brian

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Subject: [nvda] In-Process 29th August 2018


Hi everyone,

Sorry it's been a little while, but a new edition of In-Process is out,
featuring info on NVDA 2018.3, and the beta of it that you can download
now, plus our new CEO, Danika:

https://www.nvaccess.org/post/in-process-29th-august-2018/

--
Quentin Christensen
Training and Support Manager

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http://www.nvaccess.org/shop/

www.nvaccess.org
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/NVAccess
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Re: In-Process 29th August 2018

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It was not obviously feminine to me, I think some speakers of other languages might know it but I certainly did not.

Just stop her from using the words like Stakeholder and phrases like to inform our mission statement and we will be fine!
grin.
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Subject: Re: [nvda] In-Process 29th August 2018


Hi Brian,

All good points. Danika is female. It's not a common name and I didn't
think to clarify that in the text, my apologies.

More information in a future In-Process,

Regards

Quentin.

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Just one point as the CEO has an unusual name the piece should perhaps say
whether its a male or a female, perhaps also have an overview of what they
do and their history?

That is what I normally try to do with things I put into our talking
newspaper about charities new personnel, anyway, it makes them more
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Brian

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Sent: Wednesday, August 29, 2018 5:00 AM
Subject: [nvda] In-Process 29th August 2018


Hi everyone,

Sorry it's been a little while, but a new edition of In-Process is out,
featuring info on NVDA 2018.3, and the beta of it that you can download
now, plus our new CEO, Danika:

https://www.nvaccess.org/post/in-process-29th-august-2018/

--
Quentin Christensen
Training and Support Manager

Official NVDA Training modules and expert certification now available:
http://www.nvaccess.org/shop/

www.nvaccess.org
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/NVAccess
Twitter: @NVAccess







--
Quentin Christensen
Training and Support Manager

Official NVDA Training modules and expert certification now available:
http://www.nvaccess.org/shop/

www.nvaccess.org
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Twitter: @NVAccess


NVDA and B&N Press

David Russell <david.sonofhashem@...>
 

Hello Members,

I have noticed on some websites like Amazon and Barnes and Noble,
(B&N) that if you set up an author account some of the information
wanted is in combo or combination boxes. With regard to B&N, when
selecting country, United States, individual states are in a
combination box, tabbing to the field for states, they are not
separated by line. Instead, NVDA reads them in order, one after the
other. Is there a way to isolate this, so you can check or designate
the state in which you live as a totally blind user?

I am not sure I can re-produce a sample for you. On amazon.com,
states are read as abbreviations and not easy to verify entry or
correct choice. Thanks in advance for any helpful input.

--
David Russell
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looking for tutorial on Dictation Bridge

Dan Thompson
 

Greetings to all,

I am looking for a detailed tutorial on using Dictation Bridge.  I am very willing to pay for a book or group of audio tutorial files.

Does someone here know of a company or organization where this can be found.  I thought APH had one.  However, upon calling there, they said there was not one in their catalog.

Thanks for any guidance.

Re: trillian?

 

Trillian does not work at all with NVDA so use Miranda NG instead.

Re: Microsoft office 2019accessibility

 

I've been trying to find a beta or something of Office 2019 but have yet to find anything for windows. All I see is Mac stuff. I have Office 365 so will get it, 2019, eventually, because my fans, thank you! By the way, collectively bought me like 5 years of Office 365. Thank you again! By the way. Anyway, to the OP, I've heard nothing about accessibility enhancements for Office at all. I'd keep up with Flying blind, LLC, or blind bargains, for that info, but I am gonna try to do some more digging today.

Robert Kingett. Journalist.

Re: problem with windows10 OCR

Sarah k Alawami
 

you cannot do my knowledge do this. you would need something like cloud ocr to do this by the way tha thas not ben updated in a number of years so good luck using it.

On 29 Aug 2018, at 9:57, Josh Kennedy wrote:

Hi,

 

Since I plan on getting a new computer for playing some games, and I will probably need windows10 OCR to scan and click on stuff in the game menus, I tried an experiment. I went to the desktop went up to desktop window with object navigation, and did capslock r. the desktop was recognized and placed in the results viewer. I went down to mail, I hit space, nothing happened, route mouse to navigator object folloed by left click, nothing, tried enter, nothing, space, and enter two times, still mail did not activate, NVDA did not click it. So I unloaded NVDA and started the latest jaws2018. Jaws old legacy MSAA drivers are turned off for windows10. So I told jaws to OCR the screen, it did.  It turned on the jaws cursor, I moved to windows10 mail, and did a left mouse click twice quickly. And mail activated and loaded up. So what is wrong with NvDA OCR? Why won’t it activate mail while jaws will in fact activate mail? Will I have to use jaws to get at the menus of games such as madden nfl 19 and successfully click the options and then unload jaws to play? Is this a NVDA OCR bug, or is there a more accurate OCR NVDA addon? In any case I am glad I have two screen readers on here, in case one does not work, the other probably will.

 

Josh

 

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

problem with windows10 OCR

Josh Kennedy
 

Hi,

 

Since I plan on getting a new computer for playing some games, and I will probably need windows10 OCR to scan and click on stuff in the game menus, I tried an experiment. I went to the desktop went up to desktop window with object navigation, and did capslock r. the desktop was recognized and placed in the results viewer. I went down to mail, I hit space, nothing happened, route mouse to navigator object folloed by left click, nothing, tried enter, nothing, space, and enter two times, still mail did not activate, NVDA did not click it. So I unloaded NVDA and started the latest jaws2018. Jaws old legacy MSAA drivers are turned off for windows10. So I told jaws to OCR the screen, it did.  It turned on the jaws cursor, I moved to windows10 mail, and did a left mouse click twice quickly. And mail activated and loaded up. So what is wrong with NvDA OCR? Why won’t it activate mail while jaws will in fact activate mail? Will I have to use jaws to get at the menus of games such as madden nfl 19 and successfully click the options and then unload jaws to play? Is this a NVDA OCR bug, or is there a more accurate OCR NVDA addon? In any case I am glad I have two screen readers on here, in case one does not work, the other probably will.

 

Josh

 

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

MS Office

Don H
 

I am running latest NVDA on a Win 10 64 bit system.  Is Office 365 the best choice for use with NVDA?

Thanks

Re: Microsoft office 2019accessibility

JM Casey <crystallogic@...>
 

I just got office 2016, and it works quite well. Why not go for that?

-----Original Message-----
From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of Ian Blackburn
Sent: August 29, 2018 12:12 AM
To: NVDA Discussion Email List <nvda@nvda.groups.io>
Subject: [nvda] Microsoft office 2019accessibility

Hi all

Currently I use office 2010 home and student

I don’t want to go to office 365

I am wondering if anyone has been testing office 2019?

Next year I will look at buying an office home and student version.

thank you

Ian

WinTenApps 18.09 released, a word about pilot builds and NVDA 2018.3 compatibility

 

Hi all,

 

Before I get into the topics at hand, an apology about Remote add-on advisory from last weekend:

 

Since the publication of the advisory, there has been feedback on various mailing lists and on Twitter regarding my word usage and whether or not the add-on violated GPL. Based on latest source code I have in front of me, I can say that the standalone server is part of the source code (server.py). I think the community wanted a repo of just the server components, hence the confusion. Ultimately, I’d defer this question to Chris, Tyler and others who have worked extensively with this add-on.

 

Regarding word usage: I do understand that the word “ultimatum” generated a controversy, and I apologize for my word choice. The intent still stands though: I think it would have been better if authors sent out a message about compatibility when NVDA 2018.3 beta 3 came out. And no, I’m not asking for an immediate stable build – I think an acknowledgement or an official word from authors would suffice. Again, I take full responsibility for causing issues because of my word choice (it is better for my own reputation to suffer than taint the community with bad publicity, and better for me to apologize than leave bad impressions).

 

Correction to the advisory: it was pointed out to me that users might get confused because the advisory talks about prerelease software. Thus the following correction: the advisory applies if you are using alpha and/or NVDA 2018.3 beta 3. I hope the add-on authors can send out an official word once 2018.3 RC and/or stable build is released.

 

Onto the matter at hand: Windows 10 App Essentials 18.09 is now available (if you are on stable channel, you’ll get this build; if on development channel, you’ll get today’s regular or pilot build depending on which NVDA build you’re using; 2018.2.1 or 2018.3 alpha/beta, respectively). Although this version does not have new features, it removes update channel selection so Add-on Updater and NVDA can have easier time checking for WinTenApps updates. There has been internal changes to make it slightly more compatible with Python 3, as well as specifying update channel and other things while building this add-on via command line tools (Command Prompt, PowerShell, WSL/Bash, etc.).

 

A word about NVDA 2018.3 compatibility: Windows 10 App Essentials is compatible with NVDA 2018.2.1, as well as upcoming 2018.3 to some extent. Although the build that is compatible with 2018.3 is being used by folks on pilot channel, full compatibility will be achieved once add-on 18.10 is released.

 

Regarding pilot build: the days of pilot builds is slowly coming to an end – the day NVDA 2018.3 RC (release candidate) is released, I’ll release a build that combines regular and pilot builds once again (September 7th at the earliest). Note that this is for those on development snapshots, not stable builds. Currently pilot builds are available for people using alpha and/or NVDA 2018.3 beta 3.

 

Thanks.

Cheers,

Joseph