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NVDA and B&N Press

David Russell
 

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.

--
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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

nvda rc versions

Bobby Vinton
 

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: reading mail in outlook 365

Jonathan COHN
 

Hello,

 

Personally I prefer reading by paragraph when reading messages and websites. This way I expect to get one contiguous block of information without stops for links or random line endings. But still allowing me to mull over one chunk of information at a time. It also allows me in newspapers and other well blocked pieces of information to easily skip a paragraph of little interest without finding my place on the keyboard because my fingers are already posed on the paragraph next keys. This also explains why I love the “P” key in JAWS virtual cursor as it provides a single key to navigate by paragraph rather than the Windows standard control downarrow.

 

Thinking about this a little, do synthesizers’ provide the ability to adjust pauses between words, sentences and paragraphs? Some claim they can hear the Alex synthesizer on Apple products taking a breath, I am not sure that sound is required but certainly when given ¼ of a second or so to separate thoughts helps my understanding.

 

Take care,

 

Jonathan Cohn

From: Annette Moore <angelgirl52376@...>
Date: Wednesday, August 29, 2018 at 10:39 AM
To: "nvda@nvda.groups.io" <nvda@nvda.groups.io>
Subject: Re: [nvda] reading mail in outlook 365

 

Reading line by line is just a personal preference for me. It's what I've always done, and I feel I take in and retain information better if it's not all coming at me at once. with that said, though, if I'm in a particular hurry, I will read with say-all. Sure, I know I could just hit the control key and shut it up and go back if I need to, but reading line by line is just always for the most part what I've done.

Annette

 

On 8/28/2018 8:24 PM, Quentin Christensen wrote:

Since this is the second email in a row to ask a similar question, I'm curious, why do people read pieces of text that may be long, using the arrow keys rather than Say All (NVDA+down arrow or NVDA+a depending on your setup)?

 

Note that I'm not saying you SHOULD do it one way or the other, just wanting a better understanding of why people do things the way they do.  For me, I use Say All with a finger ready on SHIFT to pause speech as needed.

 

You can force Outlook to open emails as plain text rather than HTML (File menu, options, Trust centre, Email security, read all standard email in plain text), however, that displays links to external images as links and reads out the full link of each, rather than the HTML view which simply denotes "graphic".

 

Regards

 

Quentin.

 

On Wed, Aug 29, 2018 at 7:44 AM, Governor staten <govsta@...> wrote:

I decided to try my hand with Outlook 365. I liked it, overall. However, emails with NVDA and Outlook 365 didn't read as well as they do with Thunderbird and NVDA. For example, it appears that using arrow keys in some emails in Outlook 365 is not a great solution. All you see is blank lines and graphics, whereas you see links and a fairly compact view in Thunderbird. The tab key doesn't change this in any way, shape or form.


Has anyone else seen this, and if you have, does anyone have a solution? For me, using Outlook 365 won't work unless I can get around these issues. I'm using the latest version of NVDA alpha. Any help with this one is much appreciated, and thanks in advance.



 

 

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Re: Can't select words using latest stable versions Firefox, NVDA

Jackie
 

Get a hosts file, Brian. That's likely the most effective way.

On 8/29/18, Brian's Mail list account via Groups.Io
<bglists=blueyonder.co.uk@groups.io> wrote:
Was security any better, really? I went to Waterfox and find it far faster
than firefox and navigational sounds still works. However some web sites are

getting very crafty over add blockers, like File hippo refusing to let you
get some things if its on. I often wonder if it might be possible for a
browser to not tell the incoming stream of rubbish from the ad provider that

its just consigning the content to the bin. Surely it has to be possible to

redirect content from another server to another place whether it be a
different tab or just nowhere?
Brian

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Sent via blueyonder.
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Kwork" <istherelife@...>
To: <nvda@nvda.groups.io>
Sent: Wednesday, August 29, 2018 3:24 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Can't select words using latest stable versions Firefox,

NVDA


Hey, Jackie, I certainly hear you. I was using a few legacy add-ons when
we all needed to upgrade to FF Quantum, so there was a bit of virtual
kicking and screaming as I made the transition. I ultimately determined
that security was worth the price.

There is certainly pain with losing a favorite add-on though.

Travis

On 8/28/2018 5:01 PM, Jackie wrote:
Hey Travis, I'd forgotten about portable ff! Thanks for the reminder!
Indeed, that worked. So I decided to paw thru what few FF addons I had
installed, & of course it had to be my favorite screen capture tool!
@#$%! So something in the last update of ff proved incompatible
w/Nimbus Screen Capture. O, well--I can just as easily use Screen
Grab, I guess. I sure hate it like bloody double-hockey-stick when
that happens, though. Man all these addons can really cause problems
when they want to!

Thanks again for the reminder about portable ff. & editing w/ff will
be a lot easier again. That's particularly true as I use GMail on the
web & not an email client. That was getting tedious, & past time to
get fixed.

On 8/28/18, Kwork <istherelife@...> wrote:
Hi Jackie,


Here's one thing I thought of trying. This should tell us if your
Firefox update might have corrupted things somehow.


Grab the portable version of Firefox:

https://portableapps.com/apps/internet/firefox_portable

It's version 62.0.2, the latest right now, and choose where you want it
on your computer.

When done, open it up and see if you can select text normally, or if
you're still having trouble. If things are normal, your desktop
installation may have corrupted, and you might have to uninstall and
reinstall Firefox. If things are still not working properly with the
portable edition, you may have to do the same
uninstalling/reinstalling,
but this time with NVDA.

Another idea is to disable all NVDA and/or Firefox add-ons and
extensions and see if something there may be causing troubles. If
things
work after that, try enabling things one at a time, and one of them
will
likely break Firefox selection for you, but you'll know what the
culprit
is this time.

Hopefully something will work.

I just tested things again with NVDA 2018.2, Windows 10 and Firefox
61.0.2, both 64-bit, and all worked as expected.

Good luck,

Travis

On 8/28/2018 3:39 PM, Jackie wrote:
Unfortunately, it's been doing this since I updated sometime last
week, ie, it's been restarted multiple times since.

On 8/28/18, Kwork <istherelife@...> wrote:
Try restarting NVDA. I did have that work one time when the normal
selection methods seemed to be broken. No guarantees, but worth a try

at
least I think. Pressing ctrl+alt+n will automatically close and
restart
NVDA.

Travis

On 8/28/2018 3:22 PM, Jackie wrote:
Well, it works when a whole line is selected, but not word by word.

On 8/28/18, hurrikennyandopo ... <hurrikennyandopo@...>
wrote:
Hi

it is not happening on my version of fire fox and it is the latest
version 61 some thing a rather. It is selecting what I want and i
hear
it say the word then selecting or is it selected all the line i
want
then copy it.

So no problems but I am using a 32 bit version of fire fox but do
not
think that would just because you have a 64 bit version it would do
it.

Gene nz

On 8/29/2018 9:43 AM, Jackie wrote:
Using Firefox version 61.0.2 (64-bit), when I press control shift
right arrow, words are no longer selected. Anyone else notice
this?






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Re: Update on Amazon Kindle Site with NVDA

Jackie
 

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
http://www.abbiejohnsontaylor.com
abbietaylor945@...
Order my new memoir at http://www.abbiejohnsontaylor.com/memoir.htm

--
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http://www.abbiejohnsontaylor.com
http://abbiescorner.wordpress.com
abbietaylor945@...


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Helping Cybercrime Victims 1 Person at a Time
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trillian?

Brian Tew
 

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

Re: reading mail in outlook 365

Ervin, Glenn
 

I like to read by paragraph, with my thumb on the right control key and down arrowing.

Glenn

 

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of Quentin Christensen
Sent: Tuesday, August 28, 2018 8:24 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] reading mail in outlook 365

 

Since this is the second email in a row to ask a similar question, I'm curious, why do people read pieces of text that may be long, using the arrow keys rather than Say All (NVDA+down arrow or NVDA+a depending on your setup)?

 

Note that I'm not saying you SHOULD do it one way or the other, just wanting a better understanding of why people do things the way they do.  For me, I use Say All with a finger ready on SHIFT to pause speech as needed.

 

You can force Outlook to open emails as plain text rather than HTML (File menu, options, Trust centre, Email security, read all standard email in plain text), however, that displays links to external images as links and reads out the full link of each, rather than the HTML view which simply denotes "graphic".

 

Regards

 

Quentin.

 

On Wed, Aug 29, 2018 at 7:44 AM, Governor staten <govsta@...> wrote:

I decided to try my hand with Outlook 365. I liked it, overall. However, emails with NVDA and Outlook 365 didn't read as well as they do with Thunderbird and NVDA. For example, it appears that using arrow keys in some emails in Outlook 365 is not a great solution. All you see is blank lines and graphics, whereas you see links and a fairly compact view in Thunderbird. The tab key doesn't change this in any way, shape or form.


Has anyone else seen this, and if you have, does anyone have a solution? For me, using Outlook 365 won't work unless I can get around these issues. I'm using the latest version of NVDA alpha. Any help with this one is much appreciated, and thanks in advance.





 

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Re: NVDA, other processes, performance, and security

 

Hi,

I don’t think this was addressed in 2018.3 development cycle. The relevant code to look at in NVDA source code would be the C++ portion (NVDA Helper Remote DLL) or somewhere around there.

Cheers,

Joseph

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of Perry Simm via Groups.Io
Sent: Wednesday, August 29, 2018 5:15 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
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: Update on Amazon Kindle Site with NVDA

Abbie Taylor <abbietaylor945@...>
 

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
http://www.abbiejohnsontaylor.com
abbietaylor945@...
Order my new memoir at http://www.abbiejohnsontaylor.com/memoir.htm

--
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http://www.abbiejohnsontaylor.com
http://abbiescorner.wordpress.com
abbietaylor945@...

Re: reading mail in outlook 365

Gene
 

You mean that that is the default?  It may be in that program but it isn't in the e-mail programs I've used or tried. 
 
Gene

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, August 29, 2018 8:57 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] reading mail in outlook 365

I"m pretty sure that Outlook 365 was set up to read emails in html. I'd have to look, though.





On 8/29/2018 7:34 AM, Gene wrote:
I've seen this happen in many cases when reading mail as plain text.  Reading as HTML avoids the problem.  I don't know the technical reasons.  It may be a little safer to read mail as plain text. 
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, August 29, 2018 6:14 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] reading mail in outlook 365

Could someone perhaps forward me one of these emails that's so problematic, please?  Certainly regular emails like the posts to the list come through just fine for me in Outlook 365 and I can read with down arrow with no more blank lines than the email actually has, but maybe I'm misunderstanding something.

On Wed, Aug 29, 2018 at 9:08 PM, Brian's Mail list account via Groups.Io <bglists@...> wrote:
I'll chip in here, in my case its because I need a part of the text for a script for our talking newspaper. The only other way to achieve the end result with outlook is to grab it all paste it into an editor then select it from there. If other readers allow the thing to be done, and lets face it outlook express does, then why not outlook?
Brian

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----- Original Message ----- From: "Quentin Christensen" <quentin@...>
To: <nvda@nvda.groups.io>
Sent: Wednesday, August 29, 2018 2:24 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] reading mail in outlook 365


Since this is the second email in a row to ask a similar question, I'm
curious, why do people read pieces of text that may be long, using the
arrow keys rather than Say All (NVDA+down arrow or NVDA+a depending on your
setup)?

Note that I'm not saying you SHOULD do it one way or the other, just
wanting a better understanding of why people do things the way they do.
For me, I use Say All with a finger ready on SHIFT to pause speech as
needed.

You can force Outlook to open emails as plain text rather than HTML (File
menu, options, Trust centre, Email security, read all standard email in
plain text), however, that displays links to external images as links and
reads out the full link of each, rather than the HTML view which simply
denotes "graphic".

Regards

Quentin.

On Wed, Aug 29, 2018 at 7:44 AM, Governor staten <govsta@...> wrote:

I decided to try my hand with Outlook 365. I liked it, overall. However,
emails with NVDA and Outlook 365 didn't read as well as they do with
Thunderbird and NVDA. For example, it appears that using arrow keys in some
emails in Outlook 365 is not a great solution. All you see is blank lines
and graphics, whereas you see links and a fairly compact view in
Thunderbird. The tab key doesn't change this in any way, shape or form.


Has anyone else seen this, and if you have, does anyone have a solution?
For me, using Outlook 365 won't work unless I can get around these issues.
I'm using the latest version of NVDA alpha. Any help with this one is much
appreciated, and thanks in advance.







--
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











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Training and Support Manager

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

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

Re: Best blogging software for use with NVDA

 

There is no desktop blogging software that works with NVDA. None, so you will need to use web platforms and web editors. The only software that could be made accessible, but the developers say is too hard, to make accessible, is open live writer. That link is below. The closest thing to a desktop client you will get is blogging by email in mozilla Thunderbird or similar.

https://github.com/OpenLiveWriter/OpenLiveWriter

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