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Re: weather plus 6.3

Adriano Barbieri
 

Hi Rui,


Thanks!


Regards

Adriano


Il 14/05/2019 16:01, Rui Fontes ha scritto:

Confirming that is working now!

Rui Fontes


Às 14:25 de 14/05/2019, Adriano Barbieri via Groups.Io escreveu:
Hi Don,

Now it works, can you try again?

Thank You for your report.


Regards

Adriano


Il 14/05/2019 14:54, Don H ha scritto:
Got a update notice this morning saying that weather plus 6.3 was available.  I enered on yes and it downloaded the update but then gave a error message that a file was missing or was a incorrect format.  Tried it twice with same results.












Re: Weather_Plus 6.3 - Why is the documentation in English missing during the creation of the addon?

 

Hi,
Before moving this to add-ons list, a few questions:
1. Do you get an error when trying to generate English readme?
2. Are readme files generated for other languages?
3. Did you install all required modules for generating add-on packages, including Markdown?

Let's move this to add-ons list in order to reduce confusion for users.
Cheers,
Joseph

-----Original Message-----
From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of Rémy Ruiz
Sent: Tuesday, May 14, 2019 7:50 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: [nvda] Weather_Plus 6.3 - Why is the documentation in English missing during the creation of the addon?

Hi ,

I need to understand something ...

Why is the documentation in English missing during the creation of the addon?

When I try to build the addon is missing the English folder and read.md/html files in the doc.

I do this from a pseudo copy of the repository to avoid damaging this, I do something wrong?

Do I have to create the "en" folder manually into doc folder? the readme.md file is well present in the root in this copy of the repository.

There is no module for this construction.

Thank you for You help.

Cheers.

Rémy


Weather_Plus 6.3 - Why is the documentation in English missing during the creation of the addon?

Rémy Ruiz
 

Hi ,

I need to understand something ...

Why is the documentation in English missing during the creation of the addon?

When I try to build the addon is missing the English folder and read.md/html  files in the doc.

I do this from a pseudo copy of the repository to avoid damaging this, I do something wrong?

Do I have to create the "en" folder manually into doc folder? the readme.md file is well present in the root in this copy of the repository.

There is no module for this construction.

Thank you for You help.

Cheers.

Rémy


Re: weather plus 6.3

Hermann-Josef Kurzen
 

Hi Rui

would You please tell me the link for download?


Greetings - Hermann


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Confirming that is working now!

Rui Fontes


Às 14:25 de 14/05/2019, Adriano Barbieri via Groups.Io escreveu:
Hi Don,

Now it works, can you try again?

Thank You for your report.


Regards

Adriano


Il 14/05/2019 14:54, Don H ha scritto:
Got a update notice this morning saying that weather plus 6.3 was
available.  I enered on yes and it downloaded the update but then gave
a error message that a file was missing or was a incorrect format.
Tried it twice with same results.







Re: weather plus 6.3

Rui Fontes
 

Confirming that is working now!

Rui Fontes


Às 14:25 de 14/05/2019, Adriano Barbieri via Groups.Io escreveu:

Hi Don,
Now it works, can you try again?
Thank You for your report.
Regards
Adriano
Il 14/05/2019 14:54, Don H ha scritto:
Got a update notice this morning saying that weather plus 6.3 was available.  I enered on yes and it downloaded the update but then gave a error message that a file was missing or was a incorrect format. Tried it twice with same results.






Re: weather plus 6.3

Adriano Barbieri
 

Hi Don,

Now it works, can you try again?

Thank You for your report.


Regards

Adriano


Il 14/05/2019 14:54, Don H ha scritto:
Got a update notice this morning saying that weather plus 6.3 was available.  I enered on yes and it downloaded the update but then gave a error message that a file was missing or was a incorrect format.  Tried it twice with same results.







Re: weather plus 6.3

Rui Fontes
 

Same here...

Rui Fontes


Às 13:54 de 14/05/2019, Don H escreveu:

Got a update notice this morning saying that weather plus 6.3 was available.  I enered on yes and it downloaded the update but then gave a error message that a file was missing or was a incorrect format.  Tried it twice with same results.


weather plus 6.3

Don H
 

Got a update notice this morning saying that weather plus 6.3 was available.  I enered on yes and it downloaded the update but then gave a error message that a file was missing or was a incorrect format.  Tried it twice with same results.


Re: Where exactly does the virtual cursor start off in browse mode?

Gene
 

Are these pages you have visited before?  Although I haven't specifically kept track of this, my recollection is that, on a page you have never     visited, it starts at the top of the page consistently.  On pages you have visited before, I believe it starts where you last were on the page during that session.  I don't think that is remembered if you close and reopen the browser but I'd have to experiment and see. 
 
There are specific pages where JAVA script is used to place you in a specific place, such as the search edit field on the Google home page, but I don't think you are asking about a circumstance like that.
 
Gene

----- Original Message -----
From: Felix G.
Sent: Tuesday, May 14, 2019 4:26 AM
Subject: [nvda] Where exactly does the virtual cursor start off in browse mode?

Hi,
I've been wondering about this for some time now, so I finally decided to ask:
When I follow a link, where exactly, technically, is the virtual
cursor supposed to start off on the new page? About half of the time I
find it at the beginning, but sometimes it seems it's placed randomly
in the middle of a list of links or even down near the bottom. Please
note we're not talking about ajax or anything. I'm referring to real
page refreshes.
Now before I cry bug, I'd like to know: What exactly is the expected
behavior? Could anyone please provide an authoritative response, or
share their own experience with this?
The background is that I may soon be testing just how well a certain
web app works with NVDA, and so I should know all there is to know
about browse mode to the letter.
All the best,
Felix



Where exactly does the virtual cursor start off in browse mode?

Felix G.
 

Hi,
I've been wondering about this for some time now, so I finally decided to ask:
When I follow a link, where exactly, technically, is the virtual
cursor supposed to start off on the new page? About half of the time I
find it at the beginning, but sometimes it seems it's placed randomly
in the middle of a list of links or even down near the bottom. Please
note we're not talking about ajax or anything. I'm referring to real
page refreshes.
Now before I cry bug, I'd like to know: What exactly is the expected
behavior? Could anyone please provide an authoritative response, or
share their own experience with this?
The background is that I may soon be testing just how well a certain
web app works with NVDA, and so I should know all there is to know
about browse mode to the letter.
All the best,
Felix


Re: Routing Speech

Shaun Oliver
 

that, is in your general settings and has been there for several iterations of NVDA. in fact, it is the first tick box, or if you like, the second tab option in that particular dialog.

hth


On 14/05/2019 13:39, Gene wrote:
Also, there is a setting in NVDA settings, though I'm not sure where it is in the newer interface, to control whether NVFDA saves current settings as permanent when you shut it down.  I recommend turning this setting off so that you must use a command, such as control NVDA key c to save the current configuration if you want it to be permanent.  You may change reading speed, punctuation verbosity, or other settings, not intending them to be permanent.  The default setting will save those settings if you shut down NVDA while those settings are still in force. 
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, May 13, 2019 11:00 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Routing Speech

just to add to both posts that I've thoroughly read thus far, you can do it in vairly short order by doing the following.

NVDA+Control+S, this brings up the synthesiser dialog. select the synth you want, or, if you already have it, leave it alone. press alt+D and this will bring you to the output combo box. set that to the desired output, then simply press enter to ok and apply the change.


If you're happy with this and you want it to be a permanent fixture, pressing NVDA+Control+C will save that configuration, so you don't have to keep changing it every time.


If, however, this is a temperary change, not saving that configuration as your default is the right way to go, and pressing NVDA+Control+R will reload your default configuration.


I hope this is of use to you.


On 14/05/2019 09:25, Nimer Jaber wrote:
Hello,

Thank you for asking your question.

I think you may be looking for a setting in the synths settings which is called "output device". To access this setting,
1. press NVDA+n to access the NVDA menu, down arrow to preferences and press enter.
2. Press enter on settings.
3. Press down arrow to speech.
4. Press tab to "change" to change synthesizer settings, and press enter.
5. Press tab to find the "output mode". and press down arrow to change it.
6. Once done, press enter twice to confirm the changes, or alternatively tab to the "okay" button.

by the way, the relevant section discussing this feature in the NVDA user guide is 11.1.3.

thanks.

On Mon, May 13, 2019 at 4:39 PM Victor Marques <therealvictormarques@...> wrote:
Hello,


I'm new, and forgive me if this has already been answered, but I
couldn't find information on this.


I would like to route NVDA speech output to a particular sound card or
audio device, not through the main Windows sound system. This can be
done in JAWS using the Sound Card Utility.


Is there something similar for NVDA, or an add-on?


Thanks and please forgive my novice question.


Victor







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Re: Routing Speech

Gene
 

Also, there is a setting in NVDA settings, though I'm not sure where it is in the newer interface, to control whether NVFDA saves current settings as permanent when you shut it down.  I recommend turning this setting off so that you must use a command, such as control NVDA key c to save the current configuration if you want it to be permanent.  You may change reading speed, punctuation verbosity, or other settings, not intending them to be permanent.  The default setting will save those settings if you shut down NVDA while those settings are still in force. 
 
Gene

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, May 13, 2019 11:00 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Routing Speech

just to add to both posts that I've thoroughly read thus far, you can do it in vairly short order by doing the following.

NVDA+Control+S, this brings up the synthesiser dialog. select the synth you want, or, if you already have it, leave it alone. press alt+D and this will bring you to the output combo box. set that to the desired output, then simply press enter to ok and apply the change.


If you're happy with this and you want it to be a permanent fixture, pressing NVDA+Control+C will save that configuration, so you don't have to keep changing it every time.


If, however, this is a temperary change, not saving that configuration as your default is the right way to go, and pressing NVDA+Control+R will reload your default configuration.


I hope this is of use to you.


On 14/05/2019 09:25, Nimer Jaber wrote:
Hello,

Thank you for asking your question.

I think you may be looking for a setting in the synths settings which is called "output device". To access this setting,
1. press NVDA+n to access the NVDA menu, down arrow to preferences and press enter.
2. Press enter on settings.
3. Press down arrow to speech.
4. Press tab to "change" to change synthesizer settings, and press enter.
5. Press tab to find the "output mode". and press down arrow to change it.
6. Once done, press enter twice to confirm the changes, or alternatively tab to the "okay" button.

by the way, the relevant section discussing this feature in the NVDA user guide is 11.1.3.

thanks.

On Mon, May 13, 2019 at 4:39 PM Victor Marques <therealvictormarques@...> wrote:
Hello,


I'm new, and forgive me if this has already been answered, but I
couldn't find information on this.


I would like to route NVDA speech output to a particular sound card or
audio device, not through the main Windows sound system. This can be
done in JAWS using the Sound Card Utility.


Is there something similar for NVDA, or an add-on?


Thanks and please forgive my novice question.


Victor







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Re: Routing Speech

Shaun Oliver
 

just to add to both posts that I've thoroughly read thus far, you can do it in vairly short order by doing the following.

NVDA+Control+S, this brings up the synthesiser dialog. select the synth you want, or, if you already have it, leave it alone. press alt+D and this will bring you to the output combo box. set that to the desired output, then simply press enter to ok and apply the change.


If you're happy with this and you want it to be a permanent fixture, pressing NVDA+Control+C will save that configuration, so you don't have to keep changing it every time.


If, however, this is a temperary change, not saving that configuration as your default is the right way to go, and pressing NVDA+Control+R will reload your default configuration.


I hope this is of use to you.


On 14/05/2019 09:25, Nimer Jaber wrote:
Hello,

Thank you for asking your question.

I think you may be looking for a setting in the synths settings which is called "output device". To access this setting,
1. press NVDA+n to access the NVDA menu, down arrow to preferences and press enter.
2. Press enter on settings.
3. Press down arrow to speech.
4. Press tab to "change" to change synthesizer settings, and press enter.
5. Press tab to find the "output mode". and press down arrow to change it.
6. Once done, press enter twice to confirm the changes, or alternatively tab to the "okay" button.

by the way, the relevant section discussing this feature in the NVDA user guide is 11.1.3.

thanks.

On Mon, May 13, 2019 at 4:39 PM Victor Marques <therealvictormarques@...> wrote:
Hello,


I'm new, and forgive me if this has already been answered, but I
couldn't find information on this.


I would like to route NVDA speech output to a particular sound card or
audio device, not through the main Windows sound system. This can be
done in JAWS using the Sound Card Utility.


Is there something similar for NVDA, or an add-on?


Thanks and please forgive my novice question.


Victor







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Re: does NVDA work with netbook laptops?

Kerryn Gunness
 


yes NVDA  works with net books
 

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Sent: Sunday, May 12, 2019 10:32 PM
Subject: [nvda] does NVDA work with netbook laptops?

Well, that’s pretty much my question lol, not sure what else to add.  They are windows 10 based, or at least the one I’m considering is.  So I’d assume it would work, but thought it was worth checking.  Thanks,

Ashley

 

 

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Re: Routing Speech

Nimer Jaber
 

Hello,

Thank you for asking your question.

I think you may be looking for a setting in the synths settings which is called "output device". To access this setting,
1. press NVDA+n to access the NVDA menu, down arrow to preferences and press enter.
2. Press enter on settings.
3. Press down arrow to speech.
4. Press tab to "change" to change synthesizer settings, and press enter.
5. Press tab to find the "output mode". and press down arrow to change it.
6. Once done, press enter twice to confirm the changes, or alternatively tab to the "okay" button.

by the way, the relevant section discussing this feature in the NVDA user guide is 11.1.3.

thanks.

On Mon, May 13, 2019 at 4:39 PM Victor Marques <therealvictormarques@...> wrote:
Hello,


I'm new, and forgive me if this has already been answered, but I
couldn't find information on this.


I would like to route NVDA speech output to a particular sound card or
audio device, not through the main Windows sound system. This can be
done in JAWS using the Sound Card Utility.


Is there something similar for NVDA, or an add-on?


Thanks and please forgive my novice question.


Victor







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Re: Routing Speech

Sarah k Alawami
 

I believe the key you want is nvda control s. There you can root the speech synth to where ever you need it to go.

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On 13 May 2019, at 16:35, Victor Marques wrote:

Hello,

I'm new, and forgive me if this has already been answered, but I couldn't find information on this.

I would like to route NVDA speech output to a particular sound card or audio device, not through the main Windows sound system. This can be done in JAWS using the Sound Card Utility.

Is there something similar for NVDA, or an add-on?

Thanks and please forgive my novice question.

Victor


Routing Speech

Victor Marques <therealvictormarques@...>
 

Hello,


I'm new, and forgive me if this has already been answered, but I couldn't find information on this.


I would like to route NVDA speech output to a particular sound card or audio device, not through the main Windows sound system. This can be done in JAWS using the Sound Card Utility.


Is there something similar for NVDA, or an add-on?


Thanks and please forgive my novice question.


Victor


Re: Say all command

Cecelia Rodriguez <cessbraille@...>
 

Insert down arrow


On May 10, 2019, at 9:50 AM, Claire Potter <claire.potter99@...> wrote:

Hello, the say all shortcut is NVDA key and the letter a.

Claire Potter
Potter's place, where technology comes to life!
www.pottersplace.me.uk
NVDA Certified Expert 2019. 


On 10 May 2019, at 14:40, farhan israk <fahim.net.2014@...> wrote:

What is nvda shortcut for say all command? Insert + b doesn't work. It opens browse mode settings.


Re: Retrieving nvda log after NVDA crashes

Tyler Spivey
 

%temp%\nvda-old.log.

On 5/13/2019 1:13 AM, Sylvie Duchateau wrote:
Hello,
I have installed NVDA 2019.1.1 with windows 10 version 1803 and Firefox 66.0.5, 64 bits.
Nearly every time I press alt+tab to Firefox, and sometimes when I use the Slack app, NVDA closes and restarts.
I tried to disable some add ons, but in order that I can find why NVDA crashes, I would like to have access to the NVDA log.
I can only find the log of the started session, after NVDA has restarted.
Can someone recall me where I can find the log for the session that crashed?
Thank you in advance
Best

Sylvie


Retrieving nvda log after NVDA crashes

Sylvie Duchateau
 

Hello,

I have installed NVDA 2019.1.1 with windows 10 version 1803 and Firefox 66.0.5, 64 bits.

Nearly every time I press alt+tab to Firefox, and sometimes when I use the Slack app, NVDA closes and restarts.

I tried to disable some add ons, but in order that I can find why NVDA crashes, I would like to have access to the NVDA log.

I can only find the log of the started session, after NVDA has restarted.

Can someone recall me where I can find the log for the session that crashed?

Thank you in advance

Best



Sylvie