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Re: LAPTOP VS DESKTOP

Mohamed
 

Yes, numpad and other desktop layout commands still work in the laptop layout.

On 3/8/2019 10:27 AM, Howard Traxler wrote:
If using laptop keyboard on a desktop computer, can one still issue screen reading commands using the numpad?  It seems like I could do that in JAWS; but I can't decide if it works here in NVDA.




Re: LAPTOP VS DESKTOP

 

The simple answer is, "Yes."

Either command set should work regardless of the mode set as the default.  People have discussed "mix and match" here on many occasions when they find the shortcut sequence from "the other layout" easier for a few things they do frequently.

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LAPTOP VS DESKTOP

Howard Traxler <howard@...>
 

If using laptop keyboard on a desktop computer, can one still issue screen reading commands using the numpad?  It seems like I could do that in JAWS; but I can't decide if it works here in NVDA.


Re: Firefox and Extensions' section

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Yes, but it was not i, who dun it guv!
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Sent: Friday, March 08, 2019 10:32 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Firefox and Extensions' section


It looks like two links have been joined together to me.

Try https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1525569 and
https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1525937 separately.


Antony.

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Subject: Re: [nvda] Firefox and Extensions' section

And finally.. From Jamie in response to my ticket on nvda bug tracker.

This is fixed for Firefox 66, as both patches got uplifted from 67.
https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1525569https://bugzilla.mozi
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Re: Reviewing the screen, help

Rui Fontes
 

1 - Insert+2;
2 - Insert+6 untill you get the field you want...

All keys are from NumPad.

Rui Fontes


Às 14:30 de 08/03/2019, Howard Traxler escreveu:

Another problem I have is in the results of a search; should I enter a search in "this PC", the results come out in a list which I can read by down arrow.  The first down arrow tells me the file name and all its details.  When I review the line it only says the name; no details.  Any further results down the list only say the name.  I think I don't know how to read the details again and maybe even spell.  I'm just not quick enough to catch it all the first time.  As I go down the list of (sometimes) very many names, I might find one that I wish to know the location.  Can't figure it out.
On 3/8/2019 4:43 AM, Hendrik Steyn wrote:

Hi Gene


This is also how I do use NVDA's object nav and review modes. I use CMD a lot and it even works on UBUNTU CLI on windows.


Have a blessed day

Hendrik

On 3/8/2019 6:42 AM, Gene wrote:
All this doesn't teach people how to review the screen and if you are going to use the Command prompt to any extent, you need to know how. I hope those who know more about this will write more.
it appears to me that if you are in object navigation mode, you can use the regular review commands, numpad 7, 8, 9, move left by line, read current line and move right by line, to review what is on the screen.  4, 5 and 6 are left one word, current word, right one word. 1, 2, 3, are the same but by character.
If you want to move to the top of the navigator object, use shift 7. To move to the bottom, use shift 9.  In the command prompt, the entire screen is one single navigator object.  So shift 7 moves you to the top of the screen and shift 9 moves you to the bottom.
To move to the beginning of a line, use shift 1.  To move to the end, use shift 3.
I believe these commands work when expected in the DOS prompt but I've only tried them a very few times.  But all these methods of piping output to a file, while useful at times, are really often ways to get around basic knowledge of NVDA, which is useful in many contexts, not just this one.
Gene
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On Thu, Mar 7, 2019 at 10:40 PM, ADRIAN POCOCK wrote:

and i think there was a cmd to place it on the clipboard but its
slipped my mind.

Adrian, I was typing about redirection and append commands at the same time you wrote your message.  You are correct about the clipboard. You just use the pipe command with the word "clip" after it, e.g.,

                              dir /? | clip

and the output goes straight to the clipboard for pasting elsewhere.

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Re: Reviewing the screen, help

Gene
 

But what if the person wants to read screen output for other reasons in real time?  In addition, what I am discussing is basic NVDA knowledge, how to review the screen.  It may have uses for the person outside of the DOS prompt.  It is one of the early sections in the NVDA manual.
 
Gene

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Sent: Friday, March 08, 2019 8:52 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Reviewing the screen, help

Hi

Well the use of redirection to either the clipboard or text file has been a mainstay since the first pc and used by most users of cmd especially those not used of it to learn, the hint was in the original post when they mentioned the use of ? after a command which gives help on that command in terms of all the switches you can use.  You can also type help > txt file to get help on using cmd.  Also you could use a text file convert it to mp3 to learn on the move.

Do not be shackled by one way or another, we are all different after all.

Regards Adrian Pocock

On 08/03/2019 04:42, Gene wrote:
All this doesn't teach people how to review the screen and if you are going to use the Command prompt to any extent, you need to know how.  I hope those who know more about this will write more. 
 
it appears to me that if you are in object navigation mode, you can use the regular review commands, numpad 7, 8, 9, move left by line, read current line and move right by line, to review what is on the screen.  4, 5 and 6 are left one word, current word, right one word.  1, 2, 3, are the same but by character. 
 
If you want to move to the top of the navigator object, use shift 7.  To move to the bottom, use shift 9.  In the command prompt, the entire screen is one single navigator object.  So shift 7 moves you to the top of the screen and shift 9 moves you to the bottom.
 
To move to the beginning of a line, use shift 1.  To move to the end, use shift 3.
 
I believe these commands work when expected in the DOS prompt but I've only tried them a very few times.  But all these methods of piping output to a file, while useful at times, are really often ways to get around basic knowledge of NVDA, which is useful in many contexts, not just this one.
 
Gene
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Sent: Thursday, March 07, 2019 10:14 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Reviewing the screen, help

On Thu, Mar 7, 2019 at 10:40 PM, ADRIAN POCOCK wrote:
and i think there was a cmd to place it on the clipboard but its slipped my mind.
Adrian, I was typing about redirection and append commands at the same time you wrote your message.  You are correct about the clipboard. You just use the pipe command with the word "clip" after it, e.g.,

                              dir /? | clip

and the output goes straight to the clipboard for pasting elsewhere.
 
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Re: Reviewing the screen, help

ADRIAN POCOCK
 

Hi

Well the use of redirection to either the clipboard or text file has been a mainstay since the first pc and used by most users of cmd especially those not used of it to learn, the hint was in the original post when they mentioned the use of ? after a command which gives help on that command in terms of all the switches you can use.  You can also type help > txt file to get help on using cmd.  Also you could use a text file convert it to mp3 to learn on the move.

Do not be shackled by one way or another, we are all different after all.

Regards Adrian Pocock

On 08/03/2019 04:42, Gene wrote:
All this doesn't teach people how to review the screen and if you are going to use the Command prompt to any extent, you need to know how.  I hope those who know more about this will write more. 
 
it appears to me that if you are in object navigation mode, you can use the regular review commands, numpad 7, 8, 9, move left by line, read current line and move right by line, to review what is on the screen.  4, 5 and 6 are left one word, current word, right one word.  1, 2, 3, are the same but by character. 
 
If you want to move to the top of the navigator object, use shift 7.  To move to the bottom, use shift 9.  In the command prompt, the entire screen is one single navigator object.  So shift 7 moves you to the top of the screen and shift 9 moves you to the bottom.
 
To move to the beginning of a line, use shift 1.  To move to the end, use shift 3.
 
I believe these commands work when expected in the DOS prompt but I've only tried them a very few times.  But all these methods of piping output to a file, while useful at times, are really often ways to get around basic knowledge of NVDA, which is useful in many contexts, not just this one.
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, March 07, 2019 10:14 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Reviewing the screen, help

On Thu, Mar 7, 2019 at 10:40 PM, ADRIAN POCOCK wrote:
and i think there was a cmd to place it on the clipboard but its slipped my mind.
Adrian, I was typing about redirection and append commands at the same time you wrote your message.  You are correct about the clipboard. You just use the pipe command with the word "clip" after it, e.g.,

                              dir /? | clip

and the output goes straight to the clipboard for pasting elsewhere.
 
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Brian - Windows 10 Home, 64-Bit, Version 1809, Build 17763  

A great deal of intelligence can be invested in ignorance when the need for illusion is deep.

          ~ Saul Bellow, To Jerusalem and Back

 

 


Re: Reviewing the screen, help

Howard Traxler <howard@...>
 

Another problem I have is in the results of a search; should I enter a search in "this PC", the results come out in a list which I can read by down arrow.  The first down arrow tells me the file name and all its details.  When I review the line it only says the name; no details.  Any further results down the list only say the name.  I think I don't know how to read the details again and maybe even spell.  I'm just not quick enough to catch it all the first time.  As I go down the list of (sometimes) very many names, I might find one that I wish to know the location.  Can't figure it out.


On 3/8/2019 4:43 AM, Hendrik Steyn wrote:

Hi Gene


This is also how I do use NVDA's object nav and review modes. I use CMD a lot and it even works on UBUNTU CLI on windows.


Have a blessed day

Hendrik

On 3/8/2019 6:42 AM, Gene wrote:
All this doesn't teach people how to review the screen and if you are going to use the Command prompt to any extent, you need to know how.  I hope those who know more about this will write more. 
 
it appears to me that if you are in object navigation mode, you can use the regular review commands, numpad 7, 8, 9, move left by line, read current line and move right by line, to review what is on the screen.  4, 5 and 6 are left one word, current word, right one word.  1, 2, 3, are the same but by character. 
 
If you want to move to the top of the navigator object, use shift 7.  To move to the bottom, use shift 9.  In the command prompt, the entire screen is one single navigator object.  So shift 7 moves you to the top of the screen and shift 9 moves you to the bottom.
 
To move to the beginning of a line, use shift 1.  To move to the end, use shift 3.
 
I believe these commands work when expected in the DOS prompt but I've only tried them a very few times.  But all these methods of piping output to a file, while useful at times, are really often ways to get around basic knowledge of NVDA, which is useful in many contexts, not just this one.
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, March 07, 2019 10:14 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Reviewing the screen, help

On Thu, Mar 7, 2019 at 10:40 PM, ADRIAN POCOCK wrote:
and i think there was a cmd to place it on the clipboard but its slipped my mind.
Adrian, I was typing about redirection and append commands at the same time you wrote your message.  You are correct about the clipboard. You just use the pipe command with the word "clip" after it, e.g.,

                              dir /? | clip

and the output goes straight to the clipboard for pasting elsewhere.
 
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A great deal of intelligence can be invested in ignorance when the need for illusion is deep.

          ~ Saul Bellow, To Jerusalem and Back

 

 


Re: Converting epub to pdf

ADRIAN POCOCK
 
Edited

Hi all

It is pretty obvious they misspelt epub, which stands for electronic publication.

It all depends on copyright restrictions how you go about conversion.

If the origanal poster could enlarge what type of epub they are talking about it would be helpful.

If there is no protection on the epub file then use this link to get a conversion to pdf or audio and other formats for free.

https://www.robobraille.org/


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On 08/03/2019 10:46, Antony Stone wrote:
What is an epop file?

A Google search gives me no useful-looking results.

Antony.

On Friday 08 March 2019 at 11:44:10, farhan israk wrote:

How to convert epop file to pdf file?
 


Re: Reviewing the screen, help

Howard Traxler <howard@...>
 

Thank you Marcio.  It sure does work; Although it's quite a lot of stuff to do when it used to be so easy.



On 3/7/2019 8:18 PM, marcio via Groups.Io wrote:
Hi,
I also couldn't figure out a way of reading the information presented on the screen.
As a workaround, if you want, you could try what follows:
1. Being on the prompt, press "ALT+Spacebar"
2. Up/down arrow until you find "edit" and press enter
3. Up/down arrow until you find "select all" and press enter.
You've just selected all the content which is on the screen at this point.
4. Press "ALT+Spacebar" again
5. Up/down arrow until "edit"
6. Up/down arrow until "copy".
You've just copied what you selected. Now all that content is on your clipboard.
7. Open Notepad and paste the content there so you can read.

Hth


Cheers,
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Em 07/03/2019 22:58, Howard Traxler escreveu:
Hi all,


Using NVDA in Windows 10:


When I "run" the cmd command I get the system command prompt. Then I type in a command such as DIR or shutdown followed by slash question mark.  I get a screen full of command line switch options but I can't figure out how to get NVDA to read them to me. Probably one of the review modes, but I just can't figure it out. Can anyone help, please?


Thanks.

Howard







Re: Onecore voices?

Mohamed
 

You can download more voices by downloading new language packs from Settings>Time and Language>Language, this is no longer necessary in Windows 10 version 1903 as you'll be able to download the voices on their own without adding everything else that a language pack contains, such as keyboards, handwriting data etc.

On 3/8/2019 8:26 AM, Christopher Bartlett wrote:
Are there any more of the Microsoft one core voices than the three which ship with NVDA?
Chris Bartlett


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Onecore voices?

Christopher Bartlett
 

Are there any more of the Microsoft one core voices than the three which ship with NVDA?
Chris Bartlett


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Re: Converting epub to pdf

Mallard
 

Why not?


I suppose one might want to know how to convert epubs to pdf's with NVDA?

Ciao,

Ollie

Il 08/03/2019 11:52, Hendrik Steyn ha scritto:
Think he means epub. To the original poster, Google is your best friend as it's not an NVDA specific question.

On 3/8/2019 12:46 PM, Antony Stone wrote:
What is an epop file?

A Google search gives me no useful-looking results.

Antony.

On Friday 08 March 2019 at 11:44:10, farhan israk wrote:

How to convert epop file to pdf file?


Re: Converting epub to pdf

Mallard
 

I guess so, but "epop" is cute... I wish there were such a format! (smile).

Il 08/03/2019 12:18, marcio via Groups.Io ha scritto:
Maybe the guy meant EPUB instead of EPOP?

Cheers,
Marcio AKA /Starboy/
Follow or add me on Facebook <https://facebook.com/firirinfonfon>

Em 08/03/2019 07:52, Hendrik Steyn escreveu:
Think he means epub. To the original poster, Google is your best friend as it's not an NVDA specific question.

On 3/8/2019 12:46 PM, Antony Stone wrote:
What is an epop file?

A Google search gives me no useful-looking results.

Antony.

On Friday 08 March 2019 at 11:44:10, farhan israk wrote:

How to convert epop file to pdf file?



Re: Reviewing the screen, help

ADRIAN POCOCK
 

Hi

I was not sure this was a server only cmd, I guess you could then just review what is on the clipboard without pasting it using one of the nvda add-ons.

Would i be right in this assumption.

Also would you know how to use a batch file just to play a short clip, such as the system uses to give audio feedback for things like critical stop etc, without console output and close out.

Just a thought.

All the best Adrian Pocock.

On 08/03/2019 04:14, Brian Vogel wrote:
On Thu, Mar 7, 2019 at 10:40 PM, ADRIAN POCOCK wrote:
and i think there was a cmd to place it on the clipboard but its slipped my mind.
Adrian, I was typing about redirection and append commands at the same time you wrote your message.  You are correct about the clipboard. You just use the pipe command with the word "clip" after it, e.g.,

                              dir /? | clip

and the output goes straight to the clipboard for pasting elsewhere.
 
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A great deal of intelligence can be invested in ignorance when the need for illusion is deep.

          ~ Saul Bellow, To Jerusalem and Back

 

 


Re: speech

Rui Fontes
 

Yes, it is.

You can get an addon to do that here:
https://www.tiflotecnia.net/Dicionario.nvda-addon

Rui Fontes
NVDA portuguese team


Às 10:26 de 08/03/2019, Robert Doc Wright godfearer escreveu:

Is it possible to have the speech dictionary only focus on a particular app? For example, in some emails there are  greater than signs (>) indexing each line. I don’t wish to hear these so I go into the dictionary and have it pronounce the greater than sign as a space. On the other hand I need to hear that greater than sign when I’m coding for html or studying material that teaches it. I guess I am asking if there is a way to make a dictionary specific to a particular application?
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Re: Converting epub to pdf

 

Maybe the guy meant EPUB instead of EPOP?

Cheers,
Marcio AKA Starboy
Follow or add me on Facebook

Em 08/03/2019 07:52, Hendrik Steyn escreveu:

Think he means epub. To the original poster, Google is your best friend as it's not an NVDA specific question.

On 3/8/2019 12:46 PM, Antony Stone wrote:
What is an epop file?

A Google search gives me no useful-looking results.

Antony.

On Friday 08 March 2019 at 11:44:10, farhan israk wrote:

How to convert epop file to pdf file?






Re: weather plus addon

Ângelo Abrantes
 

Does this mean that weather plus old translators should wait?
At this moment, I was about to change the instructions, in accordance with what had been sent to us by Remy.
Can I continue or should I suspend this work?
Best regards.
Ângelo Abrantes, NVDAs' Portuguese team.
Às 10:49 de 08-03-2019, Adriano Barbieri via Groups.Io escreveu:

Hi to every one,


WP is practically ready!

Bring some more patience, we are arranging the documentation and translations.

Unfortunately, some translators are no longer reachable, and I count on the work that Noelia has proposed to do with the automatic translation system; will have a lot 'of work to do because WP is very well documented, this is one of the reasons that I have always avoided the automatic system, but we will see how Noelia will solve this thing, I rely a lot on her.

In a few daysI will update Weather Plus and it will be better than before :)) then Noelia, when she wants, can insert WP in the translation system.

Thanks!!


Cheers

Adriano


Il 07/03/2019 17:26, Don H ha scritto:
Is the weather plus addon ever coming back?  Miss using it everyday.





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Re: trying to sync albums to iPod Shuffle from iTunes using NVDA

Robert Doc Wright godfearer
 

Wouldn’t it be just as easy to only add what you need at that time to iTunes. If you want to switch to something else you can export that set, delete that playlist and add another one.

 

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From: Clarissa Mitchell
Sent: Thursday, March 7, 2019 6:33 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] trying to sync albums to iPod Shuffle from iTunes using NVDA

 

That is essentially what I did. I added all the music in the "Music"

folder to the iTunes library. However, I want to sync only particular

albums, and it's not letting me do that. I checked the box that says

"only sync checked songs," and then I tab to the different lists, each

containing the names of artists, albums, playlists etc. I press down

arrow to get to one I want, and press space to select it. When I tab

to the list of albums, I press the arrow keys and nothing happens.

This is my problem. I can sync other things, like artists, just fine.

But I only want specific albums by those artists, not all their

albums.

 

On 3/7/19, Robert Doc Wright godfearer <godfearer@...> wrote:

> 1. Add your music by either pressing control o and finding the music and

> entering on it. Or open the file menu and press d to open a folder. You

> highlight the folder and then tab and enter on select

> 2.  When you have added all of your songs tab to your device and enter

> 3. Tab to summary treeview and press m for music

> 4. Tab once and be sure that music is checked

> 5. Tab to sync/apply and enter

> It should play a tone wen done.

> Sent from Mail for Windows 10

> From: Brian's Mail list account via Groups.Io

> Sent: Thursday, March 7, 2019 8:22 AM

> To: nvda@nvda.groups.io

> Subject: Re: [nvda] trying to sync albums to iPod Shuffle from iTunes using

> NVDA

> If its any consolation to you. I just installee   Itunes as I bought an I

> phone and am not getting far with trying to find my way around it. All I

> will say is that navigating in it is just like on the I Phone not windows

> standard, but occasionally when I use it with nvda it will just  crash the

> computer.

>  I used to hate it before, but had hoped that they might have made it more

> intuitive. So if any Itunes gurus who use nvda are out there, we are all

> ears.

>  Brian

> bglists@...

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> Please address personal E-mail to:-

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

> in the display name field.

> ----- Original Message -----

> From: "Clarissa Mitchell" <MusicGirl712@...>

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

> Sent: Wednesday, March 06, 2019 4:17 PM

> Subject: [nvda] trying to sync albums to iPod Shuffle from iTunes using

> NVDA

>> Hello all. I'm trying to sync my iPod shuffle, and I'm running into a

>> little problem. I want to sync particular albums. I can choose artists

>> from my library just fine, but it syncs their entire collection I have

>> in my library, including Christmas albums, which I don't want on my

>> iPod in March! But when I go to the list of albums and try to select

>> the ones I want, I get nothing. NVDA says absolutely nothing. I've

>> tried this with a demo version of JAWS 2019 and got the same result:

>> absolutely nothing. The only other list where this happens is genres.

>> The lists of artists and playlists read fine. This makes me think

>> something needs to be configured in my iTunes. The only other way I

>> can think to do this would be to create a new playlist, add all the

>> albums to it and just sync the one playlist. That might work, since

>> the playlists are being read. By the way, I am running the latest

>> version of iTunes, on the latest Windows 10. Can anyone help with

>> this?

>> 

>> 

>> 

>

 

 

 


Re: Not able to install windows 10 1809

Robert Doc Wright godfearer
 

Have you tried going to

http://www.microsoft.com

and searching for the media creator? You can run this from your download folder and do your upgrade without having to make external media such as dvd or thumb drive.

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: farhan israk
Sent: Friday, March 8, 2019 3:42 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: [nvda] Not able to install windows 10 1809

 

I'm not able to install windows 10 1809. I created bootable pendrive through Rufus. But when I select removable disk in boot device, computer shows no bootable disk is found. What can I do?