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Re: A point on email clients

Jarek.Krcmar
 

Hi all,

I have Windows Live Mail uninstalled, but when I want install it again,

it is impossible, the installation dos not work.


Jarek
Dne 25.08.2019 v 20:18 Brian Vogel napsal(a):

Windows Live Mail 2012 is still working just fine as a straight e-mail client, and there are no reports, yet, of any significant security risks stemming from its use since it's out of support.

I archived the Windows Essentials 2012 installer, of which Windows Live Mail is one of the selectable essentials that can be installed alone, about a week before it was pulled from Microsoft's own web site.   If anyone wants same, here it is:  Windows Live Mail (Windows Essentials) 2012 (ZIP format)
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Re: is anyone else on list receiving thse and are they real?

Bianka Brankovic <bianka.brankovic@...>
 

Hi alll,

 

I am getting this on my private e-mail address and my private address is not on the NVDA list. I guess the spammer got the e-mail addresses elsewhere.

 

Kind regards,

 

Bianka

 


Re: is anyone else on list receiving thse and are they real?

Monte Single
 

I received none.

-----Original Message-----
From: nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of Luke
Davis
Sent: August-29-19 8:27 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] is anyone else on list receiving thse and are they real?

I haven't, and my email addresses are spread across several NVDA related
lists, github pages, and such. Which makes me think either he hasn't
harvested from hear in several months, or he isn't getting them from NVDA
lists.

But I am only one case, maybe he just doesn't think I'm a good prospect.:)
In any case, if he is using professional email software of any kind, there
will be some unsubscribe links in the message somewhere, usually top or
bottom. Try looking for those.



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Re: is anyone else on list receiving thse and are they real?

Luke Davis
 

I haven't, and my email addresses are spread across several NVDA related lists, github pages, and such. Which makes me think either he hasn't harvested from hear in several months, or he isn't getting them from NVDA lists.

But I am only one case, maybe he just doesn't think I'm a good prospect.:) In any case, if he is using professional email software of any kind, there will be some unsubscribe links in the message somewhere, usually top or bottom. Try looking for those.



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Re: is anyone else on list receiving thse and are they real?

Laz
 

I have, so obviously he has been harvesting email addresses from some
list or other. Perhaps it's not this one but it's some list. this is
not the first time this has happened and most likely won't be the
last.

Laz

On 8/29/19, Ron Canazzi <aa2vm@roadrunner.com> wrote:
Hi Ken,

I also never received any such post.

On 8/29/2019 2:25 PM, ken lawrence via Groups.Io wrote:

Hi listers, from time to time I have received emails from a TMR at
vorail dot com. Something like week 108 or week of… the top five ask
alls for the blind/low vision community. I just now got another one
and replied asking that he either stop sending these or he verify why
and how he knows me. Has he perhaps harvested my name from this list
or others I’m part of ? he might be on the level but it appears very
strange. Is anyone else getting these and do we have a spammer
connected to this group? Thanks much. Hope if he’s gotten my email
from here that alerting everyone will put a stop to it.

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Re: is anyone else on list receiving thse and are they real?

Ron Canazzi
 

Hi Ken,

I also never received any such post. 

On 8/29/2019 2:25 PM, ken lawrence via Groups.Io wrote:

Hi listers, from time to time I have received emails from a TMR at vorail dot com.  Something like week 108 or week of…  the top five ask alls for the blind/low vision community.  I just now got another one and replied asking that he either stop sending these or he verify why and how he knows me.  Has he perhaps harvested my name from this list or others I’m part of ?  he might be on the level but it appears very strange.  Is anyone else getting these and do we have a spammer connected to this group?  Thanks much. Hope if he’s gotten my email from here that alerting everyone will put a stop to it. 

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 


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Clock-19.09-dev #addontesting

Abdel
 

Hi everybody,

I am Abdel, a collaborator for the add-on Clock and calendar.

Someone reported the following bug when using quiet hours:

If the start time is greater than the end time, the duration of the quiet hours does not arrive until the end time.

In principle, it must be the next day that must be automatically chosen through an internal code.

This code is in the timeInRange function, defined in the dtfunctions module.

This function has been corrected as follows, to fix the bug:

def timeInRange(startTime, endTime, checkTime, use24hour=False):
    """
    A function that can be used to check whether the time range received as a parameter does not match a specific time.
    @param startTime: The start time in the range.
    @type startTime: basestring.
    @param endTime: The end time in the range.
    @type endTime: basestring.
    @param checkTime: The time that will allow for the verification.
    @type checkTime: basestring.
    @param use24hour: optional: A boolean to determine whether the specified times format are 24-hour format or not.
    @type use24hours: boolean.
    @returns: A Boolean corresponding to the verification.
    @rtype: boolean.
    """
    start=parseTime(startTime, use24hour)
    end=parseTime(endTime, use24hour)
    check=parseTime(checkTime, use24hour)
    if end<start:
        end+=timedelta(days=1)
        if check < start:
            check+=timedelta(days=1)
    return start<=check<end

The 19.09-dev version of the add-on is downloadable here, it is also available by clicking on the "development version" link on the community site, as well as with addonUpdater, in the dev channel:

http://cyber25.free.fr/nvda-addons/clock-19.09-dev.nvda-addon

It will remain in development version during a period of 2 weeks.

Thanks in advance for confirming me if the bug persists or not.

Kind regards,
Abdel.


Re: is anyone else on list receiving thse and are they real?

 

I am not and have never been.  I can also state with certainty that there is no existing member with the stated e-mail address.
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is anyone else on list receiving thse and are they real?

ken lawrence
 

Hi listers, from time to time I have received emails from a TMR at vorail dot com.  Something like week 108 or week of…  the top five ask alls for the blind/low vision community.  I just now got another one and replied asking that he either stop sending these or he verify why and how he knows me.  Has he perhaps harvested my name from this list or others I’m part of ?  he might be on the level but it appears very strange.  Is anyone else getting these and do we have a spammer connected to this group?  Thanks much. Hope if he’s gotten my email from here that alerting everyone will put a stop to it. 

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 


Re: Can't run NVDA with admin rights on a MS Surface

 

Luke,

           Thanks.  Can't argue with experience, that's for sure!

            I never use a standard account for myself.   For those (and I'm not saying you're one of them - people make choices for their own reasons) who are inclined to get infected repeatedly even after having been taught about safe practices for interacting with cyberspace I always recommend using a standard account.   I haven't had an infection in at least 25 years and so often need to install, uninstall, or otherwise tweak my system in a way that requires admin rights that I don't want to constantly have to either switch users or provide passwords to elevate stuff.

More data is going to be needed to get to a root cause and solution on this specific issue.
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Re: Please help (Excel with NVDA)

Chris Mullins
 

Hi

Have you  merged the cells a1-a12 and a13-a20? 

If so, de-merge  them, put the cursor in a13 and press the applications key, arrow down the displayed context menu to “Insert and press enter.  Arrow to “Entire row and press enter.  This will put a blank 13th row and group 2 will start at row 14. 

Select cells a14-A21 and merge them to form the Group 2 roll heading.

Go to row 13 and type in ID, name etc for the new member and in columns where there is a formula, copy it from the equivalent cell in the row above and paste it into row 13.  Provided the formulas have relative references, Excel will automatically change them.  If you have any absolute references, copy the formula anyway then manually edit to change them if necessary.

Finally re-merge a1-A13 to form the Group 1 roll.

 

Cheers

Chris

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of prem.translator@...
Sent: 29 August 2019 06:03
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: [nvda] Please help (Excel with NVDA)

 

What should I do with the following situation? (Excel 2013 with NVDA)

- It is an attendance record created with Excell. 

- Group 1 is from A1-A12, and Group 2 is from A13-A20. There is a function (name, ID, Department, date (1-31 with P stands for Present), and total sum at the end of each roll).

- Then there is a new member joined group 1. 

- The question is: 

How to add a new member to Group 1 that will be A13 and use the same function as the previous roll with belong to the group and move Group2 to start from the next roll instead? 

 

Please help me, I'm really new to excel. 

 

Thank you.


Re: Please help (Excel with NVDA)

Luke Davis
 

On Wed, 28 Aug 2019, prem.translator@gmail.com wrote:

- group 1 is A4-A12 (the header name of multiple rows, and B4-B12 will be the column to insert ID of participants. 
In your original message, you said:

There is a function (name, ID, Department, date (1-31 with P stands for Present), and total sum at the end of each roll).
So as I understand it, here is an example set of rows, with column IDs above them:
A, B, C, D, E
4: Bob Smith, 72, Science, P, some_kind_of_sum_formula
5: Alice Smith, 84, Science, P, some_kind_of_sum_formula

(I'm not trying to format that tabularly as it won't survive transmission: count the commas if you want it to line up. Also, the 4: and 5: are row numbers.)

In that, "Bob Smith" is in A4, and "some_kind_of_sum_formula" is in E4.

If I understand that correctly, than the methods I gave you should work.
And, since if you mess up all you have to do is exit without saving, or use control+z to un do, you have nothing to lose by trying one of them.

(Note: I understand that the 1-31 date is probably a range of 31 columns with a P in them or not (I.E. it's probably D through AH). I have shortened that to just column D for purposes of this email.)

- I'd like to add one more participant to the group1, which will be at B13, which is now the first column of Group2. 
That contradicts your statement in the earlier email, in which you said that Group 2 started at A13. Now you say it starts at B13, which means it's offset to the right by one column, which seems strange.
So the names in Group 2, are in the same column with the IDs in Group 1, as i understand your layout after this email.

Regardless of that oddity, the methods I suggested should still work.

- I'd like NVDA to say "group 1 A4 through A13" instead of "A4 through A12". 
You can mark the heading for the Group 1 column as a column heading. However you can not have two column headings in the same column, so you will not be able to get it to say "Group 2" when you move to A13 from A12 (Group 1). You can get it to say "Group 2" in column B, but since the IDs for Group 1 are in column B, while the names for Group 2 are in column B according to the above, the IDs for Group 1 will be spoken under the heading of "Group 2" in that case.

This is kind of bad sheet design. The groups should have been done in separate worksheets in the same workbook, or possibly in two separate table objects, although I'm not skilled with that method.
There may be other solutions, but somebody else will have to point them out.

Luke


Re: Please help (Excel with NVDA)

prem.translator@...
 

Thank you for your reply, 
However, let me clarify my situation. 
- group 1 is A4-A12 (the header name of multiple rows, and B4-B12 will be the column to insert ID of participants. 
- I'd like to add one more participant to the group1, which will be at B13, which is now the first column of Group2. 
- I'd like NVDA to say "group 1 A4 through A13" instead of "A4 through A12". 
 
Thank you. 
 


Re: Please help (Excel with NVDA)

Luke Davis
 

There are two methods I can think of:

First, according to this website [1], while I have not tried it, Excel knows that there are consecutive formulas in your sheet. So, if you insert new rows (the word is rows, not rolls) in a range with formulae, for example by inserting new rows between A11 and A12, Excel should replicate the formula for you.

Assuming that doesn't work for you, there is another way you can try: copying and updating.

1. Move to A12.
2. Press shift+right arrow, then shift+end, to select the row.
3. Press control+c to copy it.
4. Press home to get back to A12 and cancel the selection.
5. Press control+shift+= (or use the context menu to go to "insert copy"). That will bring up a dialog box.
6. Use the down arrow to go to "move cells down", then press enter.

If you want more than one new row, repeat steps five and six as many times as you need new rows.
Then, moving down from A12 to A13, you should find copy(ies) of A12. Edit it(them) as you see fit.

There may be formulas that do not like this style of copying, it really depends on your sheet, and what options you have selected. The website mentions that, too.

[1]: https://bettersolutions.com/excel/formulas/automatic-expansion.htm

Luke

On Wed, 28 Aug 2019, prem.translator@gmail.com wrote:

What should I do with the following situation? (Excel 2013 with NVDA)
- It is an attendance record created with Excell. 
- Group 1 is from A1-A12, and Group 2 is from A13-A20. There is a function (name, ID, Department, date (1-31 with P stands for Present), and total sum at
the end of each roll).
- Then there is a new member joined group 1. 
- The question is: 
How to add a new member to Group 1 that will be A13 and use the same function as the previous roll with belong to the group and move Group2 to start from
the next roll instead? 
 
Please help me, I'm really new to excel.


Re: Can't run NVDA with admin rights on a MS Surface

Luke Davis
 

Brian

Because it is generally better from a computer security prospective, I use a non-administrative (I.E. standard) account as my usual every day account. NVDA has no trouble starting or running on these accounts, any version, any type (portable, temporary, installed).

There are problems elevating to run certain installers (the Nullsoft installer, for example, if you elevate it to run, several aspects don't work right, though you can still get the job done usually if you just accept all the defaults). You also can't use an administrative command prompt. Other than that, everything works fine, and most things where you have to enter an admin password to elevate also work fine, except as noted.

Luke

On Wed, 28 Aug 2019, Brian Vogel wrote:

would).Since I use nothing but accounts with admin privileges on this machine I can't check here.  But if I think of it I'll log in to my test account that
is a standard account on my other machine when I get the chance and see if NVDA refuses to start, or suddenly closes, if that account tries to start it. --
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Please help (Excel with NVDA)

prem.translator@...
 

What should I do with the following situation? (Excel 2013 with NVDA)
- It is an attendance record created with Excell. 
- Group 1 is from A1-A12, and Group 2 is from A13-A20. There is a function (name, ID, Department, date (1-31 with P stands for Present), and total sum at the end of each roll).
- Then there is a new member joined group 1. 
- The question is: 
How to add a new member to Group 1 that will be A13 and use the same function as the previous roll with belong to the group and move Group2 to start from the next roll instead? 
 
Please help me, I'm really new to excel. 
 
Thank you.


Re: Can't run NVDA with admin rights on a MS Surface

 

On Wed, Aug 28, 2019 at 08:01 PM, Quentin Christensen wrote:
You do need admin access to install any software, but once it is installed you should be able to run it on a user account without admin priveledges
Quentin, although your point is true in the vast majority of cases, it does matter what the program itself is actually trying to do.  There are programs where its very actions require admin permissions, and if it's installed and a user with a standard account tries to start it, it will be blocked.

I doubt that NVDA requires admin privileges to do what it does, but I don't know exactly what it seeks to do under the hood (you'd know that far better than I would).

Since I use nothing but accounts with admin privileges on this machine I can't check here.  But if I think of it I'll log in to my test account that is a standard account on my other machine when I get the chance and see if NVDA refuses to start, or suddenly closes, if that account tries to start it.
 
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locked Re: Help With Jarte Key Commands Off List?

 

First, to Mr. Russell, my sincere thanks for asking that this assistance be provided off-list.

Second, this sort of query is precisely what the NVDA Chat Subgroup is intended for.  Part of the subgroup description reads, "Many topics have a technical focus on configuring or controlling specific programs where how to use them, not using NVDA itself, is the primary focus."  This has been the majority of the traffic so far.  Here are the Chat Subgroup addresses:


Third, prior to locking this thread I am going to supply two pertinent web pages, both of which were the first two returned in a web search on "Jarte keyboard shortcuts":

Keyboard Shortcuts - Jarte

Custom Keyboard Shortcuts - Jarte

If extended discussion regarding Jarte is needed, please join the Chat Subgroup and have at it!

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locked Re: Help With Jarte Key Commands Off List?

David Griffith
 

Jarte reports in its menus that

Increase Indent Shift+Ctrl+I
Decrease Indent Shift+Ctrl+D

 

Don’t  know about shortcuts  in relation to your other queries but

Alt ollowed by O then   F opens the Font menu ready to change font.

Also  

Alt followed by o, then P and finally L gets you to the line spacing formatting  dialogue, I think Pressing 1 or 2 or other  value also appears to work  as shortcuts here.

David Griffith

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From: david
Sent: 28 August 2019 22:59
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Help With Jarte Key Commands Off List?

 

Haven't used Jarte for a long time, can't you press alt+o=options, f=format?

 

 

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From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of David Russell

Sent: Wednesday, August 28, 2019 9:16 AM

To: nvda@nvda.groups.io

Subject: [nvda] Help With Jarte Key Commands Off List?

 

Hello members,

 

If you use the Jarte Word Processing program with NVDA, and know of an

existing list for keyboard commands to indent first line, fonts, and

set line spacing,

would you please email me the reference off group?

The info at the Jarte website seems to appeal to mouse users.

 

My email address is under my name; thanks!

 

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Re: Can't run NVDA with admin rights on a MS Surface

Quentin Christensen
 

Hi James,

You can't run NVDA, or can't install NVDA?  You do need admin access to install any software, but once it is installed you should be able to run it on a user account without admin priveledges

If you can't get admin access to install software, you can setup a portable copy of NVDA.  This works in much the same way as an installed version, with a couple of limitations.  For all the limitations, see https://www.nvaccess.org/files/nvda/documentation/userGuide.html#PortableAndTemporaryCopyRestrictions

When you run the NVDA setup file that you can download from https://www.nvaccess.org/download it presents a window with the license agreement.  Check the checkbox to agree to that, then there are three options - install NVDA, create portable copy, or continue running.

You can create a portable copy in a folder on your computer, or a memory stick.

Regards

Quentin.

On Thu, Aug 29, 2019 at 7:59 AM <james.luxton@...> wrote:
I can't run NVDA software on a Microsoft Surface if the user does not have Admin permissions.  I have tried giving the user admin access to the C:\Program Files (x86)\NVDA folder.  Any advice is very much appreciated.



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