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Re: kody

Simone Dal Maso
 

Hello,
In order to go well, You should install the kodi16 package, with that package then you can update to kodi17.
The problem is that I never was be able to make NVDA speaking with kodi17...

Il 02/09/2018 00:40, Adel Spence ha scritto:
hi there. can someone please help me with kody? its not talking with nvdA or jaws. you can install a skreenreader for it. but I doent know ware to get the skreenreader, and how to install it. can you please help me? if you want to ad me on skype, its adel.spence or you can email me at: adel.spence12@gmail.com <mailto:adel.spence12@gmail.com>
i'm wateing for your ancers


Re: A bug to repport: NVDA works harder in Windows Explorer for some users.

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

Well I think often the issue is one of the routines in IE are used by other parts of the windows system, so although the browser is old and Edge is being used for more modern html in 10, many third party applications depend on those older routines.

However I would say that if the issues are occurring in windows explorer, ie the file browser then that is a whole other case to consider and the basis often runs into a number of things. Animations not turned off in windows and apps
Idle speed of the processor in windows set too low
Programs that do not terminate correctly and stay running when you go to another part of windows. A look at processes and application use of the processor in task manager or the system resources nvda add on can be instructive.
Brian

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----- Original Message -----
From: "Alexander Masic" <list@masic.se>
To: <nvda@nvda.groups.io>
Sent: Sunday, September 02, 2018 11:47 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] A bug to repport: NVDA works harder in Windows Explorer for some users.


In my opinion the delelopers should not put resourses to fix something
for a webbrowser wich is all most near to be faced out. So how would if
you who complain instead should tart using Firefox instead? Very good
webbrowser and accessible.



Den 2018-09-01 kl. 22:35, skrev Florian Ionașcu:
Yeah, I'm using Windows 10. I know only one of them as a Windows 10 user.


Re: make nvda axcessable with blues tacks

Sirajudin Sulaiman
 

FOR who want the blues tacks links you can find at www.bluestacks.com               

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 


Re: {NVDA} Problems installing NVDA 2018.2.1 on a Win 10 Computer

Hermann-Josef Kurzen
 

Hi Quentin,

I don't install snapshots on computers I use for everydays work. On the machine in question there has never been any version of NVDA.
In the mean time I created a portable version and it works fine. I will try a snapshot on another machine next weekend.

Thank You for the hint.


Greetings - Hermann





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Gesendet: Montag, 03. September 2018 um 01:19 Uhr
Von: "Quentin Christensen" <quentin@nvaccess.org>
An: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Betreff: Re: [nvda] {NVDA} Problems installing NVDA 2018.2.1 on a Win 10 Computer

Hi Hermann,

Do you currently have a newer snapshot build (such as 2018.3beta3)
installed? If so, if you try to install an older version of NVDA than the
version which is currently installed, NVDA will warn that you are
installing an older version. Generally, that should be fine. We recommend
running the latest stable build of NVDA (which, as you note, is NVDA
2018.2.1), though of course we do also want people to test the beta builds
to ensure there are no big issues before we do release the next stable
version of NVDA.

Note that I am only referring to installed copies of NVDA there, you can
have newer or older portable copies on your system without any notice from
NVDA about having a newer or older version.

Kind regards

Quentin.

On Fri, Aug 31, 2018 at 9:22 PM, Hermann-Josef Kurzen <ymh005@gmx.net>
wrote:

Hi!

I've tried to install NVDA 2018.2.1 on a Win 10 Computer.
After starting the installation I'm told, that I am trying to install an
olderversion of NVDA. But there has never been NVDA on the Computer.

Is it advisable, to ignore this message?
What is the possbiel reason for this message?


Greetings - Hermann.


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Gesendet: Freitag, 31. August 2018 um 12:44 Uhr
Von: "David Moore" <jesusloves1966@gmail.com>
An: "nvda@nvda.groups.io" <nvda@nvda.groups.io>
Betreff: Re: [nvda] who knows this?

Hi Paul!
Here is what I do when I hear those choices and not a message!
I just press:
Windows+M to go to the desktop,
And Press:
Alt+Tab, and it says the message to me, along with the choices.
That works every time.
David Moore


Sent from Mail for Windows 10

From: P. Otter
Sent: Friday, August 31, 2018 5:12 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: [nvda] who knows this?

hello friends from nvda,
I have a fairly simple question, sometimes there is a choice in windows
because of an update for example.
I can now choose yes, install or no, do not install.
I just can not manage to read the question that I have to say yes or no
to.
not even with the numeric keypad.
not even with nvda-key plus 7
who knows what to do?
thanks in advance!
paul otter










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Re: make nvda axcessable with blues tacks

Gene
 

I agree but my point is that it might have considerably speeded up discussion if people had assumed what was meant and commented on it.  and if they didn't know, considerable time could have been saved if someone looked it up.  When the person wrote again, he could have been told your comments about politeness and what should have been told the list in terms of whether he had contacted the developer.  but I'm saying that time was lost waiting for his reply to the question.
 
Gene

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Sunday, September 02, 2018 7:29 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] make nvda axcessable with blues tacks

I had looked as well and that was the only one I could find also, but I still think it's polite, if you are going to ask someone to make program XYZ work, that you at least provide a link to program XYZ so we're all on the same page.

It's also helpful to know whether the original poster has contacted the developer themselves.

On Mon, Sep 3, 2018 at 10:25 AM, Brian Vogel <britechguy@...> wrote:
Quentin,

          I have to believe it's Bluestacks (one word, which would break at blue when pronounced), an Android emulator for PC, that's being referred to.
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Re: Windows 10 1803 and file explorer sluggishness

Annette Moore
 

I'll definitely try that workaround the next time I have issues.

Annette


On 9/2/2018 4:51 PM, Kwork wrote:

Hahaha, I hear you. I also rely much on the insert key, so it's death would not make me happy.

Gene's workaround actually helped me quite a bit.

Travis

On 9/2/2018 12:49 PM, Annette Moore wrote:

what I do, when NVDA doesn't read the list of folders or files in File Explorer, if I don't just become impatient and restart NVDA altogether, which does solve the probem temporarily, is to down arrow through the files because some of them I know from going through them before what they are, and just entering on the one I think is the one I want. If it isn't, I just hit backspace and keep going. I've found ways to deal with this File Explorer sluggishness, but it can be a pain. And I really hate to say this because I love NVDA, but it doesn't do this in System Access. System Access has its own quirks in Windows 10, though, one of which drives me even more batty than the sluggish File Explorer list not being read  quickly by NVDA, and sometimes not even at all, does, and that is what I call the dead insert key. I can live with a sluggish file explorer; I cannot live without my insert key. Another thing that helps is simply to close file explorer altogether and reopen it. I'm trying to figure out a pattern for why it does this, but I can't seem to. It *really* does it with Dropbox, though; in fact, when I copy and paste a file or folder from Dropbox into somewhere else on my computer, I just automatically restart NVDA. I don't even mess with it. So yeah, I've figured out ways to deal with it and I can live with it, but glorious will be the day when it no longer happens. I'll celebrate! Honestly! LOL!

Annette


On 9/2/2018 2:25 PM, Gene wrote:
Others who use Windows 10 will telll you more and we will see if my memory is correct.  As I recall, this is the result of UIA, a system used much more in Windows 10 to communicate with screen-readers.  I don't think you can do anything about it, as I recall what I've seen discussed here, though I may have found a partial work around.  I don't use Windows 10 so you can see.  I'll explain it after the rest of my general comments.  I wonder if JAWS has the same problem.  Others who know more technically may comment on whether this is a Microsoft problem or if it will take both Microsoft and NVDA developers to solve it. 
 
Try this:
I'm giving desktop layout commands:
Move into the folder where you want to find a file.  Instead of down arrowing, move through each item as though it were its own object, which it is.  The command to move by object down the screen is numpad insert numpad 6.  Keep holding insert and pressing six to move through the list.  To move back, the command is numpad insert numpad 4.  When you want to open something, it will not be selected.  use the command numpad insert numpad enter.  Execute the command twice, once to select the item, once to open it.  You are doing what a mouse user does when he/she double clicks an item.  You aren't using a mouse but you are first selecting, then taking an action, in this case opening it, which is the same sequence a mouse user follows.
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----
From: Kwork
Sent: Sunday, September 02, 2018 1:02 PM
Subject: [nvda] Windows 10 1803 and file explorer sluggishness

Since asking this on the Windows 10 list, it was also suggested that I
ask more NVDA users here, so am copying below the message I sent to the
other list with an additional NVDA question.


First of all, I'm still getting used to the idea that File Explore now
uses ribbons rather than the menus on my former Windows 7 installation.

What's bothering me more is the sluggishness when moving around through
files and folders. There seems to be between a quarter and a half second
delay after each press of the arrow and enter keys. Same with the
backspace.

First question: is there a way to toggle between folders and ribbons, or
am I stuck? I'm guessing the answer to be stuck.

Next, is there a way to speed up movement through navigating files and
folders? As far as I can tell, I have all visuals and animations turned
off. The sluggishness remains, and increases over time. Starting and
stopping the "Windows Explorer" process in Task Manager seems to make
things less slow, but still not normal for a few minutes, then things
get more and more sluggish again.

In addition, is there anything in NVDA that I can check to see if it
would help in the new sluggishness? I just miss the snappiness I had in
Windows 7.


If anyone knows what I can do, I'd appreciate it. Thanks.

Travis






Re: make nvda axcessable with blues tacks

Quentin Christensen
 

I had looked as well and that was the only one I could find also, but I still think it's polite, if you are going to ask someone to make program XYZ work, that you at least provide a link to program XYZ so we're all on the same page.

It's also helpful to know whether the original poster has contacted the developer themselves.

On Mon, Sep 3, 2018 at 10:25 AM, Brian Vogel <britechguy@...> wrote:
Quentin,

          I have to believe it's Bluestacks (one word, which would break at blue when pronounced), an Android emulator for PC, that's being referred to.
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Re: make nvda axcessable with blues tacks

 

Quentin,

          I have to believe it's Bluestacks (one word, which would break at blue when pronounced), an Android emulator for PC, that's being referred to.
--

Brian - Windows 10 Home, 64-Bit, Version 1803, Build 17134  

    The psychology of adultery has been falsified by conventional morals, which assume, in monogamous countries, that attraction to one person cannot co-exist with a serious affection for another.  Everybody knows that this is untrue. . .

           ~ Bertrand Russell

 

 


Re: Windows 10 1803 and file explorer sluggishness

Gene
 

I don't know what might have changed but I think it's a bad idea to have objects selected when moving by object.  This might be something for the developers to look at.  If I have read tool tips on and I'm moving by object, I may not want them to be read automatically if I move in that way.  At times in a Windows program or in Windows, such as in the system tray, if you select something, an action may be taken, a menu opens or something.  This is not desirable behavior.  What is the cause?
 
Gene

----- Original Message -----
From: Kwork
Sent: Sunday, September 02, 2018 6:56 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Windows 10 1803 and file explorer sluggishness

Ok, that explains why I also thought it was two clicks to get something to play using your method. Something in the execution changed somewhere between Windows 7 and 10 which now makes it so that only one numpad enter click is needed. So we're both right.

On 9/2/2018 4:29 PM, Gene wrote:
I don't use Windows 10.  Nothing is selected when I move by object and I have to use two issuances, as I said.  I can use the command once on a web page on a link or control on the page but in a list like this, where something must be selected, I have to use two commands.
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----
From: Kwork
Sent: Sunday, September 02, 2018 4:49 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Windows 10 1803 and file explorer sluggishness

Actually, that works, and does make looking through snappier for sure. If a large folder, I'll press the letter where I need to go that'll be close to the file name, then use what you described to get there.

One slight correction to your instructions, and it's slight: numpad enter once both selects the folder/file  entry and opens it. I also thought it would take two to go through the selection and activation process. It scared me when a file started playing immediately. LOL!

Travis

On 9/2/2018 12:25 PM, Gene wrote:
Others who use Windows 10 will telll you more and we will see if my memory is correct.  As I recall, this is the result of UIA, a system used much more in Windows 10 to communicate with screen-readers.  I don't think you can do anything about it, as I recall what I've seen discussed here, though I may have found a partial work around.  I don't use Windows 10 so you can see.  I'll explain it after the rest of my general comments.  I wonder if JAWS has the same problem.  Others who know more technically may comment on whether this is a Microsoft problem or if it will take both Microsoft and NVDA developers to solve it. 
 
Try this:
I'm giving desktop layout commands:
Move into the folder where you want to find a file.  Instead of down arrowing, move through each item as though it were its own object, which it is.  The command to move by object down the screen is numpad insert numpad 6.  Keep holding insert and pressing six to move through the list.  To move back, the command is numpad insert numpad 4.  When you want to open something, it will not be selected.  use the command numpad insert numpad enter.  Execute the command twice, once to select the item, once to open it.  You are doing what a mouse user does when he/she double clicks an item.  You aren't using a mouse but you are first selecting, then taking an action, in this case opening it, which is the same sequence a mouse user follows.
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----
From: Kwork
Sent: Sunday, September 02, 2018 1:02 PM
Subject: [nvda] Windows 10 1803 and file explorer sluggishness

Since asking this on the Windows 10 list, it was also suggested that I
ask more NVDA users here, so am copying below the message I sent to the
other list with an additional NVDA question.


First of all, I'm still getting used to the idea that File Explore now
uses ribbons rather than the menus on my former Windows 7 installation.

What's bothering me more is the sluggishness when moving around through
files and folders. There seems to be between a quarter and a half second
delay after each press of the arrow and enter keys. Same with the
backspace.

First question: is there a way to toggle between folders and ribbons, or
am I stuck? I'm guessing the answer to be stuck.

Next, is there a way to speed up movement through navigating files and
folders? As far as I can tell, I have all visuals and animations turned
off. The sluggishness remains, and increases over time. Starting and
stopping the "Windows Explorer" process in Task Manager seems to make
things less slow, but still not normal for a few minutes, then things
get more and more sluggish again.

In addition, is there anything in NVDA that I can check to see if it
would help in the new sluggishness? I just miss the snappiness I had in
Windows 7.


If anyone knows what I can do, I'd appreciate it. Thanks.

Travis




Re: make nvda axcessable with blues tacks

Gene
 

You can find information about the program by simply putting the name into Google and searching. 
 
Gene

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Sunday, September 02, 2018 6:37 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] make nvda axcessable with blues tacks

Hi Sirajudin,

Do you have a link to find Blues Tacks, please?

Also, have you contacted the developer of that program?  Often it is not simply a matter of making NVDA work with a particular program, but there needs to be work from both sides.  If you as a user contact them, it also often carries more weight than us who may not necessarily be users directly.

Regards

Quentin.

On Sun, Sep 2, 2018 at 5:15 PM, Sirajudin Sulaiman <sirajsulaiman2142@...> wrote:

Hi nvda developer I am sirajudin blues tacks user can nvda make blues tacks axcessable? On segn in screen




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Re: Windows 10 1803 and file explorer sluggishness

Kwork
 

Ok, that explains why I also thought it was two clicks to get something to play using your method. Something in the execution changed somewhere between Windows 7 and 10 which now makes it so that only one numpad enter click is needed. So we're both right.

On 9/2/2018 4:29 PM, Gene wrote:
I don't use Windows 10.  Nothing is selected when I move by object and I have to use two issuances, as I said.  I can use the command once on a web page on a link or control on the page but in a list like this, where something must be selected, I have to use two commands.
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----
From: Kwork
Sent: Sunday, September 02, 2018 4:49 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Windows 10 1803 and file explorer sluggishness

Actually, that works, and does make looking through snappier for sure. If a large folder, I'll press the letter where I need to go that'll be close to the file name, then use what you described to get there.

One slight correction to your instructions, and it's slight: numpad enter once both selects the folder/file  entry and opens it. I also thought it would take two to go through the selection and activation process. It scared me when a file started playing immediately. LOL!

Travis

On 9/2/2018 12:25 PM, Gene wrote:
Others who use Windows 10 will telll you more and we will see if my memory is correct.  As I recall, this is the result of UIA, a system used much more in Windows 10 to communicate with screen-readers.  I don't think you can do anything about it, as I recall what I've seen discussed here, though I may have found a partial work around.  I don't use Windows 10 so you can see.  I'll explain it after the rest of my general comments.  I wonder if JAWS has the same problem.  Others who know more technically may comment on whether this is a Microsoft problem or if it will take both Microsoft and NVDA developers to solve it. 
 
Try this:
I'm giving desktop layout commands:
Move into the folder where you want to find a file.  Instead of down arrowing, move through each item as though it were its own object, which it is.  The command to move by object down the screen is numpad insert numpad 6.  Keep holding insert and pressing six to move through the list.  To move back, the command is numpad insert numpad 4.  When you want to open something, it will not be selected.  use the command numpad insert numpad enter.  Execute the command twice, once to select the item, once to open it.  You are doing what a mouse user does when he/she double clicks an item.  You aren't using a mouse but you are first selecting, then taking an action, in this case opening it, which is the same sequence a mouse user follows.
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----
From: Kwork
Sent: Sunday, September 02, 2018 1:02 PM
Subject: [nvda] Windows 10 1803 and file explorer sluggishness

Since asking this on the Windows 10 list, it was also suggested that I
ask more NVDA users here, so am copying below the message I sent to the
other list with an additional NVDA question.


First of all, I'm still getting used to the idea that File Explore now
uses ribbons rather than the menus on my former Windows 7 installation.

What's bothering me more is the sluggishness when moving around through
files and folders. There seems to be between a quarter and a half second
delay after each press of the arrow and enter keys. Same with the
backspace.

First question: is there a way to toggle between folders and ribbons, or
am I stuck? I'm guessing the answer to be stuck.

Next, is there a way to speed up movement through navigating files and
folders? As far as I can tell, I have all visuals and animations turned
off. The sluggishness remains, and increases over time. Starting and
stopping the "Windows Explorer" process in Task Manager seems to make
things less slow, but still not normal for a few minutes, then things
get more and more sluggish again.

In addition, is there anything in NVDA that I can check to see if it
would help in the new sluggishness? I just miss the snappiness I had in
Windows 7.


If anyone knows what I can do, I'd appreciate it. Thanks.

Travis




Re: Windows 10 1803 and file explorer sluggishness

Gene
 

I didn't say ram is virtual memory.  I said that if you have so little ram, which is real memory though I didn't specify that, I assumed people knew, that virtual memory must be used when arrowing through a list of files and folders, the machine would be so slow that you wouldn't use it. In other words, it is so unlikely that anyone would be using a machine with that little ram, that such a cause can be dismissed as completely not the case. If it were, if virtual memory were used for almost everything, the machine would be so slow that no one would use it, as I said.  
 
Also, virtual memory is only used when there isn't enough ram.  If there isn't enough ram, programs not in use are kept in virtual memory then swapped into ram when they are used.  And if there isn't enough memory to run a program you are running, whatever can't fit into ram will be placed into virtual memory, thus significantly slowing the performance of the program. 
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----

From: Dan Beaver
Sent: Sunday, September 02, 2018 5:09 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Windows 10 1803 and file explorer sluggishness

Virtual Memory is not RAM, it is storage space allotted on the hard drive which is used for swapping programs in and out of RAM.


Dan Beaver


On 9/2/2018 3:37 PM, Gene wrote:
This may be referring to the amount of virtual memory.  Absolutely not the cause of the problem.  If you had so little RAM in the computer that you couldn't even down arrow through a files and folders list, you couldn't run any programs except so slowly you wouldn't use the machine.
 
Gene----- Original Message -----
----- Original Message -----
From: Kwork
Sent: Sunday, September 02, 2018 1:29 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Windows 10 1803 and file explorer sluggishness

Both thoughts to consider. Thanks. I wouldn't know where to go looking for the virtual storage setting.

On 9/2/2018 11:17 AM, Dan Beaver wrote:

HI,


I hate to suggest this because I would hope that this kind of thing has been eliminated since I last did software development.


It sounds to me that what you are experiencing is like what used to happen when a program had a memory leak.  As time went by and more and more events happened memory would fill up and things would slow down.


I would expect that if this were the case many more of us would be seeing this behavior too but so far it doesn't sound like there are very many.


Is this possible?


Another thought is that have you checked to make sure the virtual storage setting is high enough on your system?  This used to happen if virtual storage was set too low.  Sorry, it has been too long since I last worked with virtual storage and I can't seem to find where this setting is on Windows 10.  Maybe someone else on here can suggest how to find it.


I hope this helps.


Dan Beaver


On 9/2/2018 2:02 PM, Kwork wrote:
Since asking this on the Windows 10 list, it was also suggested that I ask more NVDA users here, so am copying below the message I sent to the other list with an additional NVDA question.


First of all, I'm still getting used to the idea that File Explore now uses ribbons rather than the menus on my former Windows 7 installation.

What's bothering me more is the sluggishness when moving around through files and folders. There seems to be between a quarter and a half second delay after each press of the arrow and enter keys. Same with the backspace.

First question: is there a way to toggle between folders and ribbons, or am I stuck? I'm guessing the answer to be stuck.

Next, is there a way to speed up movement through navigating files and folders? As far as I can tell, I have all visuals and animations turned off. The sluggishness remains, and increases over time. Starting and stopping the "Windows Explorer" process in Task Manager seems to make things less slow, but still not normal for a few minutes, then things get more and more sluggish again.

In addition, is there anything in NVDA that I can check to see if it would help in the new sluggishness? I just miss the snappiness I had in Windows 7.


If anyone knows what I can do, I'd appreciate it. Thanks.

Travis








Re: make nvda axcessable with blues tacks

Quentin Christensen
 

Hi Sirajudin,

Do you have a link to find Blues Tacks, please?

Also, have you contacted the developer of that program?  Often it is not simply a matter of making NVDA work with a particular program, but there needs to be work from both sides.  If you as a user contact them, it also often carries more weight than us who may not necessarily be users directly.

Regards

Quentin.

On Sun, Sep 2, 2018 at 5:15 PM, Sirajudin Sulaiman <sirajsulaiman2142@...> wrote:

Hi nvda developer I am sirajudin blues tacks user can nvda make blues tacks axcessable? On segn in screen




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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: Problems installing NVDA 2018.2.1 on a Win 10 Computer

Antony Stone
 

Given that Hermann said "there has never been NVDA on the Computer", I doubt
that a snapshot build is going to have been the problem.


Antony.

On Monday 03 September 2018 at 01:19:24, Quentin Christensen wrote:

Hi Hermann,

Do you currently have a newer snapshot build (such as 2018.3beta3)
installed? If so, if you try to install an older version of NVDA than the
version which is currently installed, NVDA will warn that you are
installing an older version. Generally, that should be fine. We recommend
running the latest stable build of NVDA (which, as you note, is NVDA
2018.2.1), though of course we do also want people to test the beta builds
to ensure there are no big issues before we do release the next stable
version of NVDA.

Note that I am only referring to installed copies of NVDA there, you can
have newer or older portable copies on your system without any notice from
NVDA about having a newer or older version.

Kind regards

Quentin.

On Fri, Aug 31, 2018 at 9:22 PM, Hermann-Josef Kurzen <ymh005@gmx.net>

wrote:
Hi!

I've tried to install NVDA 2018.2.1 on a Win 10 Computer.
After starting the installation I'm told, that I am trying to install an
olderversion of NVDA. But there has never been NVDA on the Computer.

Is it advisable, to ignore this message?

What is the possbiel reason for this message?

Greetings - Hermann.


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Gesendet: Freitag, 31. August 2018 um 12:44 Uhr
Von: "David Moore" <jesusloves1966@gmail.com>
An: "nvda@nvda.groups.io" <nvda@nvda.groups.io>
Betreff: Re: [nvda] who knows this?

Hi Paul!
Here is what I do when I hear those choices and not a message!
I just press:
Windows+M to go to the desktop,
And Press:
Alt+Tab, and it says the message to me, along with the choices.
That works every time.
David Moore
Sent from Mail for Windows 10

From: P. Otter
Sent: Friday, August 31, 2018 5:12 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: [nvda] who knows this?

hello friends from nvda,
I have a fairly simple question, sometimes there is a choice in windows
because of an update for example.
I can now choose yes, install or no, do not install.
I just can not manage to read the question that I have to say yes or no
to.

not even with the numeric keypad.
not even with nvda-key plus 7
who knows what to do?
thanks in advance!
paul otter
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Re: Windows 10 1803 and file explorer sluggishness

Gene
 

I don't use Windows 10.  Nothing is selected when I move by object and I have to use two issuances, as I said.  I can use the command once on a web page on a link or control on the page but in a list like this, where something must be selected, I have to use two commands.
 
Gene

----- Original Message -----
From: Kwork
Sent: Sunday, September 02, 2018 4:49 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Windows 10 1803 and file explorer sluggishness

Actually, that works, and does make looking through snappier for sure. If a large folder, I'll press the letter where I need to go that'll be close to the file name, then use what you described to get there.

One slight correction to your instructions, and it's slight: numpad enter once both selects the folder/file  entry and opens it. I also thought it would take two to go through the selection and activation process. It scared me when a file started playing immediately. LOL!

Travis

On 9/2/2018 12:25 PM, Gene wrote:
Others who use Windows 10 will telll you more and we will see if my memory is correct.  As I recall, this is the result of UIA, a system used much more in Windows 10 to communicate with screen-readers.  I don't think you can do anything about it, as I recall what I've seen discussed here, though I may have found a partial work around.  I don't use Windows 10 so you can see.  I'll explain it after the rest of my general comments.  I wonder if JAWS has the same problem.  Others who know more technically may comment on whether this is a Microsoft problem or if it will take both Microsoft and NVDA developers to solve it. 
 
Try this:
I'm giving desktop layout commands:
Move into the folder where you want to find a file.  Instead of down arrowing, move through each item as though it were its own object, which it is.  The command to move by object down the screen is numpad insert numpad 6.  Keep holding insert and pressing six to move through the list.  To move back, the command is numpad insert numpad 4.  When you want to open something, it will not be selected.  use the command numpad insert numpad enter.  Execute the command twice, once to select the item, once to open it.  You are doing what a mouse user does when he/she double clicks an item.  You aren't using a mouse but you are first selecting, then taking an action, in this case opening it, which is the same sequence a mouse user follows.
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----
From: Kwork
Sent: Sunday, September 02, 2018 1:02 PM
Subject: [nvda] Windows 10 1803 and file explorer sluggishness

Since asking this on the Windows 10 list, it was also suggested that I
ask more NVDA users here, so am copying below the message I sent to the
other list with an additional NVDA question.


First of all, I'm still getting used to the idea that File Explore now
uses ribbons rather than the menus on my former Windows 7 installation.

What's bothering me more is the sluggishness when moving around through
files and folders. There seems to be between a quarter and a half second
delay after each press of the arrow and enter keys. Same with the
backspace.

First question: is there a way to toggle between folders and ribbons, or
am I stuck? I'm guessing the answer to be stuck.

Next, is there a way to speed up movement through navigating files and
folders? As far as I can tell, I have all visuals and animations turned
off. The sluggishness remains, and increases over time. Starting and
stopping the "Windows Explorer" process in Task Manager seems to make
things less slow, but still not normal for a few minutes, then things
get more and more sluggish again.

In addition, is there anything in NVDA that I can check to see if it
would help in the new sluggishness? I just miss the snappiness I had in
Windows 7.


If anyone knows what I can do, I'd appreciate it. Thanks.

Travis




Re: NVDA and Skype Accessability

hurrikennyandopo ...
 

Hi


are you talking about the desk top version? it is pretty much like a web
page I am susing it and am not using any add on and to me seems pretty
much accessible.


Gene nz

On 9/3/2018 8:51 AM, Karmelo wrote:
Hi all,

I am a new member of this list from Malta Europe. I have Windows 7 and had to upgrade to the latest version of Skype 8.22. I would like to ask whether there is an addon from NVDA which makes the ap accessible.

Thank you very much,
Charles


Charles Borg
Sliema, Malta
E:
karm212@gmail.com





Re: {NVDA} Problems installing NVDA 2018.2.1 on a Win 10 Computer

Quentin Christensen
 

Hi Hermann,

Do you currently have a newer snapshot build (such as 2018.3beta3) installed?  If so, if you try to install an older version of NVDA than the version which is currently installed, NVDA will warn that you are installing an older version.  Generally, that should be fine.  We recommend running the latest stable build of NVDA (which, as you note, is NVDA 2018.2.1), though of course we do also want people to test the beta builds to ensure there are no big issues before we do release the next stable version of NVDA.

Note that I am only referring to installed copies of NVDA there, you can have newer or older portable copies on your system without any notice from NVDA about having a newer or older version.

Kind regards

Quentin.

On Fri, Aug 31, 2018 at 9:22 PM, Hermann-Josef Kurzen <ymh005@...> wrote:
Hi!

I've tried to install NVDA 2018.2.1 on a Win 10 Computer.
After starting the installation I'm told, that I am trying to install an olderversion of NVDA. But there has never been NVDA on the Computer.

Is it advisable, to ignore this message?
 What is the possbiel reason for this message?


Greetings - Hermann.


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> Gesendet: Freitag, 31. August 2018 um 12:44 Uhr
> Von: "David Moore" <jesusloves1966@...>
> An: "nvda@nvda.groups.io" <nvda@nvda.groups.io>
> Betreff: Re: [nvda] who knows this?
>
> Hi Paul!
> Here is what I do when I hear those choices and not a message!
> I just press:
> Windows+M to go to the desktop,
> And Press:
> Alt+Tab, and it says the message to me, along with the choices.
> That works every time.
> David Moore
>
>                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Sent from Mail for Windows 10
>
> From: P. Otter
> Sent: Friday, August 31, 2018 5:12 AM
> To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
> Subject: [nvda] who knows this?
>
> hello friends from nvda,
> I have a fairly simple question, sometimes there is a choice in windows
> because of an update for example.
> I can now choose yes, install or no, do not install.
> I just can not manage to read the question that I have to say yes or no to.
> not even with the numeric keypad.
> not even with nvda-key plus 7
> who knows what to do?
> thanks in advance!
> paul otter
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>






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Re: NVDA recent snapshots not reading message status in Outlook

Quentin Christensen
 

Hi Jonathan,

Good question.  NVDA also can read that "info bar" which is displayed with the message header which advises that you replied to a message when you have the message open.

What I was referring to was in the list of messages in your inbox (or any mail folder) itself, there is an icon which indicates that a message has been replied to or forwarded, which NVDA does not acknowledge.

Regards

Quentin.

On Fri, Aug 31, 2018 at 11:24 PM, Cohn, Jonathan <jcohn@...> wrote:

I do believe that JAWS currently has no problems with the “info bar” that Outlook puts into messages indicating such items. So, are we talking about in the message list or in the message window.

 

Thanks,

 

Jonathan Cohn

 

 

From: <nvda@nvda.groups.io> on behalf of Quentin Christensen <quentin@...>
Reply-To: "nvda@nvda.groups.io" <nvda@nvda.groups.io>
Date: Friday, August 31, 2018 at 2:25 AM
To: "nvda@nvda.groups.io" <nvda@nvda.groups.io>
Subject: Re: [nvda] NVDA recent snapshots not reading message status in Outlook

 

Hi Christo,

 

My apologies for the misunderstanding, you are quite correct, whether a message has been replied to or forwarded is not reported.  This is a known issue.  We have looked into this earlier this year, and it appears we need a fix from Microsoft to expose the information correctly.  See our issue here if you are interested in further details (or subscribe to it to be notified of updates): https://github.com/nvaccess/nvda/issues/6911

 

Regards

 

Quentin.

 

On Fri, Aug 31, 2018 at 3:58 PM, Christo de Klerk <christodeklerk@...> wrote:

Hello Quentin

I realise I wasn't clear enough. NVDA does in fact mention that messages are unread, but this is the only status announced. It stopped announcing that a message has been replied to or forwarded. I have just forwarded an e-mail to confirm what I am saying and NVDA does not announce that the message was forwarded. These various statuses used to be announced until around May.

Could you perhaps test these two scenarios, forwarding and replying and confirming if NVDA announces the status or not? If those work for you but not for me, you can let me know and I'll send you a log.

Thanks for attending to this.

Kind regards

Christo

On 2018/08/31 12:16 AM, Quentin Christensen wrote:

Hi Christo,


Can you please confirm what you mean by status?  Using NVDA 2018.2.1, NVDA 2018.3beta3 or NVDA alpha-15933,b3aff97c as I move through messages in the current version of Outlook 365, NVDA reads "Unread" prior to the sender and subject of messages which are unread (and nothing for read messages).


If a message is "flagged" it reads that information first, and if a message is categorized, it reads that information at the end.

 

If all of that isn't happening for you, could you perhaps send me a copy of your NVDA log to info@... ideally at debug level.

Kind regards


Quentin.

 

On Thu, Aug 30, 2018 at 7:44 PM, Christo de Klerk <christodeklerk@...> wrote:

Hello all


I have noticed that the NVDA snapshots of the past two months or so no longer read message statuses in Outlook. This is true of Outlook 2013, Outlook 2016 and Outlook in Office 365. Could this be an unpleasant side-effect of the migration to WXPython 4? Can we look forward to this being fixed in the not too distant future. It really was such a helpful feature when NVDA used to announce message statuses.


Kind regards


Christo






 

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Training and Support Manager

 

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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 


NVDA and Skype Accessability

Karmelo
 

Hi all,

I am a new member of this list from Malta Europe. I have Windows 7 and had to upgrade to the latest version of Skype 8.22. I would like to ask whether there is an addon from NVDA which makes the ap accessible.

Thank you very much,
Charles


Charles Borg
Sliema, Malta
E:
karm212@gmail.com


Re: ccleaner new version

Kevin <kleeva5@...>
 

The only special feature I found from buying a pro license is that you can contact the makers,  wupee!

 

E-mail is golden!!!
Kevin Lee

 

From: Shaun Everiss
Sent: Sunday, September 2, 2018 12:02 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] ccleaner new version

 

Well I would have prefured to be honest that I could buy a licence to

use ccleaner without any monitering as an on demand thing.

 

I don't care to buy pro, I don't need the features, I really don't.

 

I do think though that if they keep being to aggressive well who knows.

 

 

 

On 9/2/2018 8:49 PM, Brian's Mail list account via Groups.Io wrote:

> The problem is that the aggressive Avast people took over PiReform and

> I understand the old team were not particularly happy about this. In

> fact the malware was not bad, but I suspect was done deliberately by

> the disgruntled people who no doubt were getting the  chop..

> It has scanned OK and now they have at least given people the ability

> to turn off the snooping, at least we assume they have come clean

> completely as obviously the free version had to be subsidised by

> collecting metrics from the users.

> The real power bits of ccleaner for me are the ability to look at

> browser add ons,  and tasks and start up items and toggle them, also

> to see what system restore points are set and to remove old ones.

> Brian

> bglists@...

> Sent via blueyonder.

> Please address personal E-mail to:-

> briang1@..., putting 'Brian Gaff'

> in the display name field.

> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Desert Moon" <desert.moon@...>

> To: <nvda@nvda.groups.io>

> Sent: Sunday, September 02, 2018 7:25 AM

> Subject: Re: [nvda] ccleaner new version

> Hello,

> Not a big fan of products like CCleaner. In September of 2017, it was

> widely reported that the backdoor was being exploited to have malware

> implanted. And another report last December:

> The actual malware detected in CCleaner was found to contain malicious

> code: the attackers implanted their code in a legitimate product that

> received a legitimate certificate.

> Who knows when or if the above will happen again. Use the product at

> your own risk.

> --

> Desert

>

> .