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begin and end links with braille display

Josh Kennedy
 

Hi,

When I am reading websites in braille with my orbit reader20 and NVDA, and I encounter a link, NVDA puts lnk before the link, but there is nothing to indicate when, and where, the link has ended and normal text resumes. Furthermore, when the link ends, there is no space between words. I would like to see a choice of how links are displaysed in braille. Either begin and end web-links indicators, this includes visited and other types of links, or have a choice to underline the whole link using dots-7-and-8. But there should be an alternative for six-dot displays such as the braille me which cannot use dots 7 and 8 to underline links, so there should be a method to indicate where the link begins or starts at, and where it ends, and normal text continues.

 

Josh

 

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 


NVDA not reading typed content in Windows 10 powershell terminal

Andy B.
 

Hi,

 

When I go into the Windows 10 powershell terminal, NVDA doesn’t read the typed content at the prompt. Is there any way to fix this problem?

 

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 


Re: In-Process 5th July

Ron Canazzi
 

Hi Gene,

On my Windows 10 1903 version, without using the hotkey to display system tray icons, pressing enter or space bar has the same result.
It opens the Network Connections window.



On 7/25/2019 5:08 AM, Gene wrote:
I should correct my last message.  You say in older versions of Windows there is a distinction between double left click and single left click.  That is true.  You may be right about Windows 10 only having two ways of working with the system tray icons.  If so, then I was wrong in my last message where I said you gave incorrect information.  But this needs to be carefully checked, as your request for examples that disprove your Windows 10 statement implies. 
 
I can give you one specific instance that differs in Windows 7 and that you can test in Windows 10.  The following icon in Windows 7 distinguishes between space and enter.  The network icon, or connection icon, I'm not sure what the technical name is, only works properly if left single click, space bar, is used. 
I'm not sure exactly what happens when you use enter but it doesn't work properly.  As I recall a network flyout message is received. 
 
If this is tested in Windows 10 and the reaction is identical between enter and space and if no one else reports any differences, I withdraw my suspicions that the Windows description is incorrect.  But even if only one or two icons still distinguish between these commands, it should be stated without the qualification about earlier versions of Windows.
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, July 04, 2019 11:56 PM
Subject: [nvda] In-Process 5th July

Hi everyone,

NVDA 2019.2 Beta 2, Mick taking a well-deserved break, updates to NVDACon and our Corporate page and details on accessing the Windows notification area, all in this week's In-Process!


Happy 4th of July to those in America, and happy weekend to everyone :)

 
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Re: In-Process 5th July

Rui Fontes
 

Hello!

QTranslate icon with space bar does nothing and with Enter opens the QTranslate main window.

Rui Fontes


Às 11:43 de 25/07/2019, Quentin Christensen escreveu:

Gene,
Thanks for your input.  I can't remember the exact wording Luke proposed, but it certainly got me thinking about your previous remarks on this issue.  We also asked Microsoft Accessibility, and their response (as per https://twitter.com/MSFTEnable/status/1148296440931868673 ) was: "In the notification area these ...(enter and spacebar)... can be used interchangeably. You can also use the application key or shift+f10 to open the context menu with additional options."
I think there's also a fine line between providing every possible option to cover every possible scenario, and giving the average user too much information at once.
Re your specific example of the network icon, my Windows 7 machine isn't playing nice at the moment, so I'll have to wait to test and see if I can find any other examples myself (I certainly believe you), I can confirm in Windows 10 that the network icon behaves the same when you press ENTER as it does when you press SPACEBAR.
If anyone does have any examples of notification area icons which behave differently between pressing space and enter.  Also, any examples of icons which won't work with the keyboard are useful to be aware of as well.
Kind regards
Quentin.
On Thu, Jul 25, 2019 at 7:46 PM Gene <gsasner@... <mailto:gsasner@...>> wrote:
__
These are probably my final comments about the system tray unless
new information comes up.
The article doesn't state that first letter navigation can be used
in navigating the system tray.  Also, the article says that the
system tray window available for early versions of Windows is no
longer needed.  It is a dialog that the screen-reader displays. Aside from that clarification, I and two others in the discussion
that occurred not too long ago, said that there are on occasion,
icons that can't be activated by using the system tray with keyboard
commands directly.  NVDA developers should stop discounting the
system tray dialog.  There are cases where it gives better access. Such comments should not be made.  Even if there are a very few such
icons, it may be more convenient for some users to use the system
tray dialog, available as an add-on.
Gene
----- Original Message -----
*From:* Gene <mailto:gsasner@...>
*Sent:* Thursday, July 25, 2019 4:08 AM
*To:* nvda@nvda.groups.io <mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io>
*Subject:* Re: [nvda] In-Process 5th July
I should correct my last message.  You say in older versions of
Windows there is a distinction between double left click and single
left click.  That is true.  You may be right about Windows 10 only
having two ways of working with the system tray icons.  If so, then
I was wrong in my last message where I said you gave incorrect
information. But this needs to be carefully checked, as your request
for examples that disprove your Windows 10 statement implies.
I can give you one specific instance that differs in Windows 7 and
that you can test in Windows 10.  The following icon in Windows 7
distinguishes between space and enter.  The network icon, or
connection icon, I'm not sure what the technical name is, only works
properly if left single click, space bar, is used.
I'm not sure exactly what happens when you use enter but it doesn't
work properly.  As I recall a network flyout message is received.
If this is tested in Windows 10 and the reaction is identical
between enter and space and if no one else reports any differences,
I withdraw my suspicions that the Windows description is incorrect. But even if only one or two icons still distinguish between these
commands, it should be stated without the qualification about
earlier versions of Windows.
Gene
----- Original Message -----
*From:* Quentin Christensen <mailto:quentin@...>
*Sent:* Thursday, July 04, 2019 11:56 PM
*To:* nvda@nvda.groups.io <mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io>
*Subject:* [nvda] In-Process 5th July
Hi everyone,
NVDA 2019.2 Beta 2, Mick taking a well-deserved break, updates to
NVDACon and our Corporate page and details on accessing the Windows
notification area, all in this week's In-Process!
https://www.nvaccess.org/post/in-process-5th-july/
Happy 4th of July to those in America, and happy weekend to everyone :)
--
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Training and Support Manager
NVDA 2019.2beta1
<https://www.nvaccess.org/post/nvda-2019-2beta1-released/> now
available!
Web: www.nvaccess.org <http://www.nvaccess.org/>
Training: https://www.nvaccess.org/shop/
Certification: https://certification.nvaccess.org/
User group: https://nvda.groups.io/g/nvda
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/NVAccess
Twitter: @NVAccess <https://twitter.com/NVAccess>
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Training: https://www.nvaccess.org/shop/
Certification: https://certification.nvaccess.org/
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Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/NVAccess
Twitter: @NVAccess <https://twitter.com/NVAccess>


Re: In-Process 5th July

Sylvie Duchateau
 

Hello Quentin, Gene and all,

Quentin, with windows 10 I have the same behavior as you have regarding the network icon, spacebar and enter work the same.

In some situations, such as my nextcloud or 1PASSWord icon, spacebar or enter does not do anything. The only way to access options is using the context menu key or shift=F10.

I hope this helps.

Best

Sylvie

Le 25/07/2019 à 12:43, Quentin Christensen a écrit :

Gene,

Thanks for your input.  I can't remember the exact wording Luke proposed, but it certainly got me thinking about your previous remarks on this issue.  We also asked Microsoft Accessibility, and their response (as per https://twitter.com/MSFTEnable/status/1148296440931868673 ) was: "In the notification area these ...(enter and spacebar)... can be used interchangeably. You can also use the application key or shift+f10 to open the context menu with additional options."

I think there's also a fine line between providing every possible option to cover every possible scenario, and giving the average user too much information at once.

Re your specific example of the network icon, my Windows 7 machine isn't playing nice at the moment, so I'll have to wait to test and see if I can find any other examples myself (I certainly believe you), I can confirm in Windows 10 that the network icon behaves the same when you press ENTER as it does when you press SPACEBAR.

If anyone does have any examples of notification area icons which behave differently between pressing space and enter.  Also, any examples of icons which won't work with the keyboard are useful to be aware of as well.

Kind regards

Quentin.


On Thu, Jul 25, 2019 at 7:46 PM Gene <gsasner@...> wrote:
These are probably my final comments about the system tray unless new information comes up. 
 
The article doesn't state that first letter navigation can be used in navigating the system tray.  Also, the article says that the system tray window available for early versions of Windows is no longer needed.  It is a dialog that the screen-reader displays.  Aside from that clarification, I and two others in the discussion that occurred not too long ago, said that there are on occasion, icons that can't be activated by using the system tray with keyboard commands directly.  NVDA developers should stop discounting the system tray dialog.  There are cases where it gives better access.  Such comments should not be made.  Even if there are a very few such icons, it may be more convenient for some users to use the system tray dialog, available as an add-on. 
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----
From: Gene
Sent: Thursday, July 25, 2019 4:08 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] In-Process 5th July

I should correct my last message.  You say in older versions of Windows there is a distinction between double left click and single left click.  That is true.  You may be right about Windows 10 only having two ways of working with the system tray icons.  If so, then I was wrong in my last message where I said you gave incorrect information.  But this needs to be carefully checked, as your request for examples that disprove your Windows 10 statement implies. 
 
I can give you one specific instance that differs in Windows 7 and that you can test in Windows 10.  The following icon in Windows 7 distinguishes between space and enter.  The network icon, or connection icon, I'm not sure what the technical name is, only works properly if left single click, space bar, is used. 
I'm not sure exactly what happens when you use enter but it doesn't work properly.  As I recall a network flyout message is received. 
 
If this is tested in Windows 10 and the reaction is identical between enter and space and if no one else reports any differences, I withdraw my suspicions that the Windows description is incorrect.  But even if only one or two icons still distinguish between these commands, it should be stated without the qualification about earlier versions of Windows.
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, July 04, 2019 11:56 PM
Subject: [nvda] In-Process 5th July

Hi everyone,

NVDA 2019.2 Beta 2, Mick taking a well-deserved break, updates to NVDACon and our Corporate page and details on accessing the Windows notification area, all in this week's In-Process!


Happy 4th of July to those in America, and happy weekend to everyone :)

 
--
Quentin Christensen
Training and Support Manager

NVDA 2019.2beta1 now available!



--
Quentin Christensen
Training and Support Manager

NVDA 2019.2beta1 now available!


Re: In-Process 5th July

Quentin Christensen
 

Gene,

Thanks for your input.  I can't remember the exact wording Luke proposed, but it certainly got me thinking about your previous remarks on this issue.  We also asked Microsoft Accessibility, and their response (as per https://twitter.com/MSFTEnable/status/1148296440931868673 ) was: "In the notification area these ...(enter and spacebar)... can be used interchangeably. You can also use the application key or shift+f10 to open the context menu with additional options."

I think there's also a fine line between providing every possible option to cover every possible scenario, and giving the average user too much information at once.

Re your specific example of the network icon, my Windows 7 machine isn't playing nice at the moment, so I'll have to wait to test and see if I can find any other examples myself (I certainly believe you), I can confirm in Windows 10 that the network icon behaves the same when you press ENTER as it does when you press SPACEBAR.

If anyone does have any examples of notification area icons which behave differently between pressing space and enter.  Also, any examples of icons which won't work with the keyboard are useful to be aware of as well.

Kind regards

Quentin.


On Thu, Jul 25, 2019 at 7:46 PM Gene <gsasner@...> wrote:
These are probably my final comments about the system tray unless new information comes up. 
 
The article doesn't state that first letter navigation can be used in navigating the system tray.  Also, the article says that the system tray window available for early versions of Windows is no longer needed.  It is a dialog that the screen-reader displays.  Aside from that clarification, I and two others in the discussion that occurred not too long ago, said that there are on occasion, icons that can't be activated by using the system tray with keyboard commands directly.  NVDA developers should stop discounting the system tray dialog.  There are cases where it gives better access.  Such comments should not be made.  Even if there are a very few such icons, it may be more convenient for some users to use the system tray dialog, available as an add-on. 
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----
From: Gene
Sent: Thursday, July 25, 2019 4:08 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] In-Process 5th July

I should correct my last message.  You say in older versions of Windows there is a distinction between double left click and single left click.  That is true.  You may be right about Windows 10 only having two ways of working with the system tray icons.  If so, then I was wrong in my last message where I said you gave incorrect information.  But this needs to be carefully checked, as your request for examples that disprove your Windows 10 statement implies. 
 
I can give you one specific instance that differs in Windows 7 and that you can test in Windows 10.  The following icon in Windows 7 distinguishes between space and enter.  The network icon, or connection icon, I'm not sure what the technical name is, only works properly if left single click, space bar, is used. 
I'm not sure exactly what happens when you use enter but it doesn't work properly.  As I recall a network flyout message is received. 
 
If this is tested in Windows 10 and the reaction is identical between enter and space and if no one else reports any differences, I withdraw my suspicions that the Windows description is incorrect.  But even if only one or two icons still distinguish between these commands, it should be stated without the qualification about earlier versions of Windows.
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, July 04, 2019 11:56 PM
Subject: [nvda] In-Process 5th July

Hi everyone,

NVDA 2019.2 Beta 2, Mick taking a well-deserved break, updates to NVDACon and our Corporate page and details on accessing the Windows notification area, all in this week's In-Process!


Happy 4th of July to those in America, and happy weekend to everyone :)

 
--
Quentin Christensen
Training and Support Manager

NVDA 2019.2beta1 now available!



--
Quentin Christensen
Training and Support Manager

NVDA 2019.2beta1 now available!


Re: In-Process 5th July

Gene
 

These are probably my final comments about the system tray unless new information comes up. 
 
The article doesn't state that first letter navigation can be used in navigating the system tray.  Also, the article says that the system tray window available for early versions of Windows is no longer needed.  It is a dialog that the screen-reader displays.  Aside from that clarification, I and two others in the discussion that occurred not too long ago, said that there are on occasion, icons that can't be activated by using the system tray with keyboard commands directly.  NVDA developers should stop discounting the system tray dialog.  There are cases where it gives better access.  Such comments should not be made.  Even if there are a very few such icons, it may be more convenient for some users to use the system tray dialog, available as an add-on. 
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----
From: Gene
Sent: Thursday, July 25, 2019 4:08 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] In-Process 5th July

I should correct my last message.  You say in older versions of Windows there is a distinction between double left click and single left click.  That is true.  You may be right about Windows 10 only having two ways of working with the system tray icons.  If so, then I was wrong in my last message where I said you gave incorrect information.  But this needs to be carefully checked, as your request for examples that disprove your Windows 10 statement implies. 
 
I can give you one specific instance that differs in Windows 7 and that you can test in Windows 10.  The following icon in Windows 7 distinguishes between space and enter.  The network icon, or connection icon, I'm not sure what the technical name is, only works properly if left single click, space bar, is used. 
I'm not sure exactly what happens when you use enter but it doesn't work properly.  As I recall a network flyout message is received. 
 
If this is tested in Windows 10 and the reaction is identical between enter and space and if no one else reports any differences, I withdraw my suspicions that the Windows description is incorrect.  But even if only one or two icons still distinguish between these commands, it should be stated without the qualification about earlier versions of Windows.
 
Gene

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, July 04, 2019 11:56 PM
Subject: [nvda] In-Process 5th July

Hi everyone,

NVDA 2019.2 Beta 2, Mick taking a well-deserved break, updates to NVDACon and our Corporate page and details on accessing the Windows notification area, all in this week's In-Process!


Happy 4th of July to those in America, and happy weekend to everyone :)

 
--
Quentin Christensen
Training and Support Manager

NVDA 2019.2beta1 now available!


Re: In-Process 5th July

Luke Davis
 

I believe that was my fault. I asked him to make that section more clear, and may have suggested the text in error there, or some variation.
Not sure if I was trying to simplify the explanation, or just forgot in the moment to specify the difference.

Sorry Quentin.

Luke


Re: In-Process 5th July

Gene
 

I should correct my last message.  You say in older versions of Windows there is a distinction between double left click and single left click.  That is true.  You may be right about Windows 10 only having two ways of working with the system tray icons.  If so, then I was wrong in my last message where I said you gave incorrect information.  But this needs to be carefully checked, as your request for examples that disprove your Windows 10 statement implies. 
 
I can give you one specific instance that differs in Windows 7 and that you can test in Windows 10.  The following icon in Windows 7 distinguishes between space and enter.  The network icon, or connection icon, I'm not sure what the technical name is, only works properly if left single click, space bar, is used. 
I'm not sure exactly what happens when you use enter but it doesn't work properly.  As I recall a network flyout message is received. 
 
If this is tested in Windows 10 and the reaction is identical between enter and space and if no one else reports any differences, I withdraw my suspicions that the Windows description is incorrect.  But even if only one or two icons still distinguish between these commands, it should be stated without the qualification about earlier versions of Windows.
 
Gene

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, July 04, 2019 11:56 PM
Subject: [nvda] In-Process 5th July

Hi everyone,

NVDA 2019.2 Beta 2, Mick taking a well-deserved break, updates to NVDACon and our Corporate page and details on accessing the Windows notification area, all in this week's In-Process!


Happy 4th of July to those in America, and happy weekend to everyone :)

 
--
Quentin Christensen
Training and Support Manager

NVDA 2019.2beta1 now available!


Re: In-Process 5th July

Gene
 

I finally looked at some of the July 5 In Process newsletter.  Your discussion of how to work with the systemm tray contains an important error.
The article says:
Once on an icon, there are two ways to interact with it:
1) Press ENTER or SPACEBAR to activate it (this is the same as clicking on it with the left mouse ...
and you then discuss using the context key as equivalent to right clicking.
Enter and space bar are not identical.  Enter is double left click.  Space bar is single left click.  The difference is important.  Some icons won't function properly if you double left click where you should single left click, or visa versa.  that is why the system tray dialog has both a double left click and a single left click button.
 
Aside from this needing prominent correction, and the next In Process Newsletter should announce that the correction is in that issue in the introductory paragraph, it demonstrates my point. 
 
It is just not remotely acceptable for instructions for using the system tray not to be in the user's manual.  The error demonstrates how widespread inaccurate information is or no information, because most people don't know anything about how to use it. 
 
Gene

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, July 04, 2019 11:56 PM
Subject: [nvda] In-Process 5th July

Hi everyone,

NVDA 2019.2 Beta 2, Mick taking a well-deserved break, updates to NVDACon and our Corporate page and details on accessing the Windows notification area, all in this week's In-Process!


Happy 4th of July to those in America, and happy weekend to everyone :)

 
--
Quentin Christensen
Training and Support Manager

NVDA 2019.2beta1 now available!


Re: Bias FX 2 software

Quentin Christensen
 

Thanks Jaffar, I appreciate it.

I did write to the company as well, but as yet have not heard back.

Kind regards

Quentin.

On Thu, Jul 25, 2019 at 2:03 AM Jaffar Sidek <jaffar.sidek10@...> wrote:

Hi Quentin.  From what I've read, this is a plugin, and most instrument plugins I've used has got to have special scripts written for them.  As there is no working demo available, I cannot determine if this software is usable by the blind.  However, I'll forward your enquiry to the various blind musicians lists.  Perhaps someone has used this plugin before.

On 7/24/2019 5:37 PM, Quentin Christensen wrote:
Hi everyone,

I've had an inquiry from someone about "Bias FX 2", which I gather is musical (guitar) software.  Has anyone used this and got any recommendations for it please?

I think this is the software:  https://www.positivegrid.com/bias-fx/ 

(Normally, my first reaction in this instance would be to suggest they contact the developer, and also ask here, but they did not speak English so I thought I would help).

Kind regards

Quentin.

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Training and Support Manager

NVDA 2019.2beta1 now available!



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Re: icons on desktop got messed up

Kerryn Gunness <k_gunness@...>
 


welcome

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, July 24, 2019 9:29 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] icons on desktop got messed up

thanks, it worked. I sorted by item type and now the icons are back how they should be. 


Re: Bias FX 2 software

Jaffar Sidek <jaffar.sidek10@...>
 

Hi Quentin.  From what I've read, this is a plugin, and most instrument plugins I've used has got to have special scripts written for them.  As there is no working demo available, I cannot determine if this software is usable by the blind.  However, I'll forward your enquiry to the various blind musicians lists.  Perhaps someone has used this plugin before.

On 7/24/2019 5:37 PM, Quentin Christensen wrote:

Hi everyone,

I've had an inquiry from someone about "Bias FX 2", which I gather is musical (guitar) software.  Has anyone used this and got any recommendations for it please?

I think this is the software:  https://www.positivegrid.com/bias-fx/ 

(Normally, my first reaction in this instance would be to suggest they contact the developer, and also ask here, but they did not speak English so I thought I would help).

Kind regards

Quentin.

--
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Training and Support Manager

NVDA 2019.2beta1 now available!


Why is NVDA reading PDF text without tags / reading order?

markusf64@...
 

As part of some work to make a PDF accessible, I removed an element from the tag structure and reading order. Acrobat Read Out Loud ignored the element as anticipated, but NVDA read it. Has anyone experienced this before? Any ideas how I can solve it?


Re: icons on desktop got messed up

Josh Kennedy
 

thanks, it worked. I sorted by item type and now the icons are back how they should be. 


Bias FX 2 software

Quentin Christensen
 

Hi everyone,

I've had an inquiry from someone about "Bias FX 2", which I gather is musical (guitar) software.  Has anyone used this and got any recommendations for it please?

I think this is the software:  https://www.positivegrid.com/bias-fx/ 

(Normally, my first reaction in this instance would be to suggest they contact the developer, and also ask here, but they did not speak English so I thought I would help).

Kind regards

Quentin.

--
Quentin Christensen
Training and Support Manager

NVDA 2019.2beta1 now available!


Survey about inaccessible Content on Web Pages for Firefox dev tools

 

Hi all,

It's been quite some time since I've posted here. Since I joined Mozilla, I've been watching NVDA from the sidelines, helping out where I can and contributing the odd NVDA patch here and there. Today, I have a small request to make on behalf of Mozilla accessibility.

Many web sites are inaccessible because they use custom page elements that lack the accessibility of browser-native ones. You have almost certainly run across this in your surfing: a page that uses divs and JavaScript to create a checkbox which NVDA doesn't recognise, for example. Mozilla wants to improve this by identifying these inaccessible elements in the Firefox developer tools and helping web authors use standard ones—or helping them add the right ARIA roles to make their custom elements accessible.

But identifying inaccessible custom elements is a challenge. The approach we're investigating is to use machine learning, which requires many examples. We would greatly appreciate your help in finding them, by filling out this survey:

Thanks!

Jamie


Re: how to remove avast from windows defender with nvda

Annamaria
 

Hi,

I used the avast tool with nvda and the pc restarts in safe mode, but the synthesis of nvda and windows allow you to do it.

This is the only system.

The tool helps you step by step to do the job.

Then it will notify you of the folders or files that you will have to manually delete on the next PC restart.

Ciao.

Annamaria

Il 24/07/2019 01:42, Marvin Hunkin ha scritto:

Hi. Got windows 10 1903 64 bit home on a new assus vivo book laptop. Now, did get the avast removal tool, but asks me to boot into safe mode. Now, trying to uinstall. And a pain. Now, is there a way to remove avast from  windows defender. And also jaws almost chrashes, when I try to click uinstall. And won’t install and the dialog comes up and just chrashes jaws. Want to get rid of avast, using windows defender as my main anti virus.

Any ideas, tips, tricks, and also short cuts and keystrokes for using nvda.

Marvin.within


Virus-free. www.avast.com


Re: want fire fox

sazid shaik
 

hanks

On 7/22/19, Jarek.Krcmar <Jarek.Krcmar@...> wrote:
Hello,

it's better to download from:

http://www.mozilla.org

Jarek

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as i used to download from filehippo.com
as coming to favorite no idea. now the fire fox is crashing and it is
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font-size: 13px; font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;
line-height: 18px;">I’m protected online with Avast Free Antivirus. <a
href="https://www.avast.com/en-in/recommend?utm_medium=email&utm_source=link&utm_campaign=sig-email&utm_content=webmail&utm_term=default3&tag=36da8cc1-460e-4857-b5bf-87d3432a4669"
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On 7/22/19, zahra <nasrinkhaksar3@...> wrote:
hello.
whats your favorite version of firefox?
i am sure that all versions of firefox are accessible.
where you download your firefox from?

On 7/22/19, sazid shaik <ashwaqahmed.nlr@...> wrote:
hello friends,
i am using windows 7, version 6.1 with service pack 1. I am unable to
open fire fox on my system.

hence i request to share accessible fire fox version.

thanks and regards,
sazid



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By God,
were I given all the seven heavens
with all they contain
in order that
I may disobey God
by depriving an ant
from the husk of a grain of barley,
I would not do it.
imam ali



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Re: Logging onto Website

Quentin Christensen
 

Hi Chris,

We've been corresponding offline, but just to follow up for the benefit of the group.  If you've purchased anything from NV Access, you can go to: https://www.nvaccess.org/my-account/downloads/ and once you login, you can download all your previous purchases.

Re George's note about Microsoft stopping selling ebooks - that's completely separate from us :)

Kind regards

Quentin.

On Fri, Jul 19, 2019 at 6:11 AM George McCoy <slr1bpz@...> wrote:
If you purchased ebooks, MS shut down that service and is refunding
everyone's money.  I don't know about other things you might have purchased.


Hth,

George

On 7/18/2019 12:19 PM, Christopher Gray wrote:
> Hi:
>
> When I go to nvaccess.org I find no logon information.  Is there a different
> website for actualy logging into the system to retrieve items I have purchased?
>
> Chris
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