Date   

Re: planning on writing a guide on browsing the web efficiently with NVDA

hurrikennyandopo ...
 

Hi Kara


have a sus of my website it should be covered. The link to the website ishttp://www.accessibilitycentral.net

I think it is on the nvda tutorials or nvda audio tutorial page.

There are nvda tutorials up there both written and audio. If you click on any of the nvda pages it will take you into the nvda side of it and from there you can get to my other nvda tutorials.


Gene nz


On 1/03/2020 5:57 am, Kara Goldfinch wrote:

Hi everyone.

As the subject says, I am planning to write a guide on how to browse the web more efficiently with NVDA.

As you all know, NVDA has a ton of single navigation commands to navigate to different webpage elements, E.G. Landmarks, headings, block quotes, links, the newly introduced groupings and articles etc. However, there doesn't seem to be much info in laypersons terms about what these elements are, much less how you can use them to  get around the web quicker. There's loads of dev info on w3c, but nothing much for your average screen reader user navigating the web.

I would post it on the community wiki as frankly I'm only one woman and don't know everything.  So it'd be a community effort much like the JAWS to NVDA guide, which I did most of the initial work on.

What do you all think of such a project? Would you find it useful?

Also, if a similar thing already exists, I don't want to reinvent the wheel.

All the best,

Kara


--

Kara Goldfinch

Certified Expert               
View the list of all NVDA Experts


Re: My addons collection

abdul muhamin
 

Hi, click the following link, I’ve revoked it for some reasons

https://1drv.ms/u/s!AjLlZb7MH2ESgts-wmEAgbRtSNb-Jw?e=4PAMhY

 

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: Bernd Dorer
Sent: Saturday, February 29, 2020 2:10 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] My addons collection

 

Hi,

the link isn't working for me. Did you share the file to everyone who has the link?

best regards

Bernd

Am 12.02.2020 um 22:25 schrieb abdul muhamin:

Hi all, since morning, I’m trying to separate all of the NVDA addons that are available on my pc, my result is as follows:

Total: 146 addons.

Working: 73.

Non-working: 73.

Means 50 percent of my addons have been effected due to the migration of the NVDA from python 2 to python3.

I hope that these addons will working again, you can get my addons collection and check them your self.

here

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

 

 


question for Tyler Spivey. regarding clip speak

Dan Thompson
 

Hi Tyler

Are you going to create an update for clip speak, and where can I get it?  Thanks for all your awesome work with nvda!!

Therefore encourage one another and build each other up, just as in fact you are doing. 

1 Thessalonians 5:11

 

Subscribe to this Fresh Start Devotion by sending a message to dmt031073@gmail with subscribe in the subject.

 

Unsubscribe by sending a message to the same address above with unsubscribe in the subject.

 

 


Re: Is Reaper still accessible with NVDA?

Sarah k Alawami
 

Yes, it is still accessible. You will hav eto google for osara and the reaper accessibility wiki. But it is still very much accessible. They even fixed some issues with the menu bar or something, cacos did.

Sarah Alawami, owner of TFFP. . For more info go to our website.

to subscribe to the feed click here and you can also follow us on twitter

Our discord is where you will know when we go live on [twitch.](http://twitch.tv/ke7zum] Feel free to give the channel a follow and see what is up there.

For stream archives, products you can buy and more visit my main lbry page and my tffp lbry page

Finally, to become a patron and help support the podcast go here

On 29 Feb 2020, at 10:32, Sue J. Ward wrote:

Hello. Was wondering about Reaper have heard of the program and I guess there is an add on that you can install so you can use it with Reaper is the add on still being worked on? Even though I don't know how to write and read music this Reaper program sounds interesting. On the coolblindtech website someone did a five part series on that back in 2016 am going to listen to it sounds interesting. As far as music and audio production what does everyone use with NVDA to get their stuff done?
____________________________________________________________
She's 46, But Looks 25. This Is What She Does Every Day
removethewrinkles.com
http://thirdpartyoffers.juno.com/TGL3131/5e5aae4096d5b2e3f5e2ast02duc


Is Reaper still accessible with NVDA?

Sue J. Ward
 

Hello. Was wondering about Reaper have heard of the program and I guess there is an add on that you can install so you can use it with Reaper is the add on still being worked on? Even though I don't know how to write and read music this Reaper program sounds interesting. On the coolblindtech website someone did a five part series on that back in 2016 am going to listen to it sounds interesting. As far as music and audio production what does everyone use with NVDA to get their stuff done?
____________________________________________________________
She's 46, But Looks 25. This Is What She Does Every Day
removethewrinkles.com
http://thirdpartyoffers.juno.com/TGL3131/5e5aae4096d5b2e3f5e2ast02duc


Re: planning on writing a guide on browsing the web efficiently with NVDA

Ralf Kefferpuetz
 

I would appreciate such a tutorial for new NVDA users. Lemme know if I can help you in any way.

 

Cheers,

  Ralf

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of Kara Goldfinch
Sent: Samstag, 29. Februar 2020 17:57
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: [nvda] planning on writing a guide on browsing the web efficiently with NVDA

 

Hi everyone.

As the subject says, I am planning to write a guide on how to browse the web more efficiently with NVDA.

As you all know, NVDA has a ton of single navigation commands to navigate to different webpage elements, E.G. Landmarks, headings, block quotes, links, the newly introduced groupings and articles etc. However, there doesn't seem to be much info in laypersons terms about what these elements are, much less how you can use them to  get around the web quicker. There's loads of dev info on w3c, but nothing much for your average screen reader user navigating the web.

I would post it on the community wiki as frankly I'm only one woman and don't know everything.  So it'd be a community effort much like the JAWS to NVDA guide, which I did most of the initial work on.

What do you all think of such a project? Would you find it useful?

Also, if a similar thing already exists, I don't want to reinvent the wheel.

All the best,

Kara

 

--

Kara Goldfinch

Certified Expert               
View the list of all NVDA Experts


Joseph Lee's add-ons: version 20.03 (localization updates) for various add-ons #addonrelease

 

Hi all,

 

Version 20.03 of various add-ons are on their way (to be released in a few hours):

 

  • Control Usage Assistant
  • Enhanced Touch Gestures
  • GoldWave
  • Resource Monitor

 

All of these require NVDA 2019.3 or later, and today’s releases are localization updates.

 

Cheers,

Jsoeph


Re: planning on writing a guide on browsing the web efficiently with NVDA

Kerryn Gunness
 


very good
 i would make use of it
 

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Saturday, February 29, 2020 12:57 PM
Subject: [nvda] planning on writing a guide on browsing the web efficiently with NVDA

Hi everyone.

As the subject says, I am planning to write a guide on how to browse the web more efficiently with NVDA.

As you all know, NVDA has a ton of single navigation commands to navigate to different webpage elements, E.G. Landmarks, headings, block quotes, links, the newly introduced groupings and articles etc. However, there doesn't seem to be much info in laypersons terms about what these elements are, much less how you can use them to  get around the web quicker. There's loads of dev info on w3c, but nothing much for your average screen reader user navigating the web.

I would post it on the community wiki as frankly I'm only one woman and don't know everything.  So it'd be a community effort much like the JAWS to NVDA guide, which I did most of the initial work on.

What do you all think of such a project? Would you find it useful?

Also, if a similar thing already exists, I don't want to reinvent the wheel.

All the best,

Kara


--

Kara Goldfinch

Certified Expert               
View the list of all NVDA Experts


Re: planning on writing a guide on browsing the web efficiently with NVDA

Cordelia Scharpf
 

Hi, Kara:

That’d be very useful. I know some commands, but not all. Having them in a tutorial (= in one place) for quick reference would be great. Thanks for your initiative and best of luck with the community effort.

 

Cordelia

 

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of Kara Goldfinch
Sent: Saturday, February 29, 2020 5:57 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: [nvda] planning on writing a guide on browsing the web efficiently with NVDA

 

Hi everyone.

As the subject says, I am planning to write a guide on how to browse the web more efficiently with NVDA.

As you all know, NVDA has a ton of single navigation commands to navigate to different webpage elements, E.G. Landmarks, headings, block quotes, links, the newly introduced groupings and articles etc. However, there doesn't seem to be much info in laypersons terms about what these elements are, much less how you can use them to  get around the web quicker. There's loads of dev info on w3c, but nothing much for your average screen reader user navigating the web.

I would post it on the community wiki as frankly I'm only one woman and don't know everything.  So it'd be a community effort much like the JAWS to NVDA guide, which I did most of the initial work on.

What do you all think of such a project? Would you find it useful?

Also, if a similar thing already exists, I don't want to reinvent the wheel.

All the best,

Kara

 

--

Kara Goldfinch

Certified Expert               
View the list of all NVDA Experts


planning on writing a guide on browsing the web efficiently with NVDA

Kara Goldfinch
 

Hi everyone.

As the subject says, I am planning to write a guide on how to browse the web more efficiently with NVDA.

As you all know, NVDA has a ton of single navigation commands to navigate to different webpage elements, E.G. Landmarks, headings, block quotes, links, the newly introduced groupings and articles etc. However, there doesn't seem to be much info in laypersons terms about what these elements are, much less how you can use them to  get around the web quicker. There's loads of dev info on w3c, but nothing much for your average screen reader user navigating the web.

I would post it on the community wiki as frankly I'm only one woman and don't know everything.  So it'd be a community effort much like the JAWS to NVDA guide, which I did most of the initial work on.

What do you all think of such a project? Would you find it useful?

Also, if a similar thing already exists, I don't want to reinvent the wheel.

All the best,

Kara


--

Kara Goldfinch

Certified Expert               
View the list of all NVDA Experts


Re: an accessible voice recorder?

Roger Stewart
 

With mp3 Direct Cut running and in focus, just hit the "R" key. It will say something like recording is ready to start.  Then you just use the spacebar to start and stop recording.
Roger

On 2/28/2020 9:30 PM, zahra wrote:
hi.
i did not find a way to record audio with mp3 direct cut.
how is it possible?

On 2/28/20, Roger Stewart <paganus2@...> wrote:
Mp3 Direct Cut can do this. It can record and it can then edit the
recording as well.
Roger






On 2/27/2020 2:41 PM, Rodolfo Andrello wrote:
Good afternoon. I would like a recommendation of a program for voice
recording on windows that has the function of cutting excerpts from the
file. I'm not looking for a professional program like sound forge, just
one that allows simple editing.

Would anyone know how to give me this recommendation?

Thank you



.




Re: NVDA 2019.3.1 and Chrome 80

George McCoy
 

FWIW, that works for me.


George

On 2/26/2020 11:23 PM, Jimmy Vonderlinden via Groups.Io wrote:
ok, heres a crazy workaround I found. I just had to do it now to reply to this post on the web
Press the windows key.  After you hear start window, press escape. This brings chrome back to focus and you will land on the form field


Re: Eloquence and Vocalizer Expressive Add-on for NVDA

Josh Kennedy
 

atguys support usually takes 2 or 3 days to respond, just be patient, or email them again. As far as updates, you may get 1 or 2 updates per year, if that. It's just a tts or speech synthesizer, there really isn't much to update unless NVDA changes something on its end forcing a required update to speech addons. 

Josh


Re: an accessible voice recorder?

 

https://lame.buanzo.org/

Download, and if it is the *.exe file, install it, and copy the lame-enc.dll in to mp3 direct cut directory.

Cuong

Đặng Mạnh Cường
Chuyên viên công nghệ trợ giúp
Trung tâm hướng nghiệp và công nghệ trợ giúp cho người mù Sao Mai
52/22 Huỳnh Thiện Lộc, P. Hòa Thạnh, Q. Tân Phú, TP. HCM
Điện thoại: 028-7302-4488
E-mail: tech@...
Website: http://www.trungtamsaomai.org; http://www.saomaicenter.org
Điện thoại di động / Zalo: 0902-572-300
E-mail:  dangmanhcuong@...; cuong@...
Skype: dangmanhcuong
facebook: http://facebook.com/dangmanhcuong
Twitter: ManhCuongTech
On 2/29/2020 8:05 PM, Angel wrote:

Where does one get the lame incoder?

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: Cuong Dang Manh
Sent: Friday, February 28, 2020 10:57 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] an accessible voice recorder?

 

Hi all

1. With MP3 Direct Cut, press r at the main window to start recording.

You may need the lame mp3 encoder for this to work. Exactly I don't

remember.

2. I'm sorry for my last e-mail because of incorrect info. Sound

recorder is a program included in windows xp. From Windows 7 or higher,

the program has been renamed to voice recorder, and you can find it by

typing voice at the search box of start menu.

Cuong

 

Đặng Mạnh Cường

Chuyên viên công nghệ trợ giúp

Trung tâm hướng nghiệp và công nghệ trợ giúp cho người mù Sao Mai

52/22 Huỳnh Thiện Lộc, P. Hòa Thạnh, Q. Tân Phú, TP. HCM

Điện thoại: 028-7302-4488

E-mail: tech@...

Website: http://www.trungtamsaomai.org; http://www.saomaicenter.org

Điện thoại di động / Zalo: 0902-572-300

E-mail:  dangmanhcuong@...; cuong@...

Skype: dangmanhcuong

facebook: http://facebook.com/dangmanhcuong

Twitter: ManhCuongTech

 

On 2/29/2020 10:32 AM, zahra wrote:

> hi.

> which version of windows have the capability of deleating unnecessary

> parts of file as you mentioned?

> On 2/28/20, Cuong Dang Manh <dangmanhcuong@...> wrote:

>> Hi

>> Windows has a program called sound recorder. It is simple, and it could

>> do something like delete from a point to begin / end of file.

>> Cuong

>> 

>> Đặng Mạnh Cường

>> Chuyên viên công nghệ trợ giúp

>> Trung tâm hướng nghiệp và công nghệ trợ giúp cho người mù Sao Mai

>> 52/22 Huỳnh Thiện Lộc, P. Hòa Thạnh, Q. Tân Phú, TP. HCM

>> Điện thoại: 028-7302-4488

>> E-mail: tech@...

>> Website: http://www.trungtamsaomai.org; http://www.saomaicenter.org

>> Điện thoại di động / Zalo: 0902-572-300

>> E-mail:  dangmanhcuong@...; cuong@...

>> Skype: dangmanhcuong

>> facebook: http://facebook.com/dangmanhcuong

>> Twitter: ManhCuongTech

>> 

>> On 2/28/2020 3:41 AM, Rodolfo Andrello wrote:

>>> Good afternoon. I would like a recommendation of a program for voice

>>> recording on windows that has the function of cutting excerpts from the

>>> file. I'm not looking for a professional program like sound forge, just

>>> one that allows simple editing.

>>> 

>>> Would anyone know how to give me this recommendation?

>>> 

>>> Thank you

>>> 

>>> 

>>> 

>> 

>> 

>> 

 

 

 


Virus-free. www.avast.com


Re: an accessible voice recorder?

Angel
 

Where does one get the lame incoder?

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: Cuong Dang Manh
Sent: Friday, February 28, 2020 10:57 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] an accessible voice recorder?

 

Hi all

1. With MP3 Direct Cut, press r at the main window to start recording.

You may need the lame mp3 encoder for this to work. Exactly I don't

remember.

2. I'm sorry for my last e-mail because of incorrect info. Sound

recorder is a program included in windows xp. From Windows 7 or higher,

the program has been renamed to voice recorder, and you can find it by

typing voice at the search box of start menu.

Cuong

 

Đặng Mạnh Cường

Chuyên viên công nghệ trợ giúp

Trung tâm hướng nghiệp và công nghệ trợ giúp cho người mù Sao Mai

52/22 Huỳnh Thiện Lộc, P. Hòa Thạnh, Q. Tân Phú, TP. HCM

Điện thoại: 028-7302-4488

E-mail: tech@...

Website: http://www.trungtamsaomai.org; http://www.saomaicenter.org

Điện thoại di động / Zalo: 0902-572-300

E-mail:  dangmanhcuong@...; cuong@...

Skype: dangmanhcuong

facebook: http://facebook.com/dangmanhcuong

Twitter: ManhCuongTech

 

On 2/29/2020 10:32 AM, zahra wrote:

> hi.

> which version of windows have the capability of deleating unnecessary

> parts of file as you mentioned?

> On 2/28/20, Cuong Dang Manh <dangmanhcuong@...> wrote:

>> Hi

>> Windows has a program called sound recorder. It is simple, and it could

>> do something like delete from a point to begin / end of file.

>> Cuong

>> 

>> Đặng Mạnh Cường

>> Chuyên viên công nghệ trợ giúp

>> Trung tâm hướng nghiệp và công nghệ trợ giúp cho người mù Sao Mai

>> 52/22 Huỳnh Thiện Lộc, P. Hòa Thạnh, Q. Tân Phú, TP. HCM

>> Điện thoại: 028-7302-4488

>> E-mail: tech@...

>> Website: http://www.trungtamsaomai.org; http://www.saomaicenter.org

>> Điện thoại di động / Zalo: 0902-572-300

>> E-mail:  dangmanhcuong@...; cuong@...

>> Skype: dangmanhcuong

>> facebook: http://facebook.com/dangmanhcuong

>> Twitter: ManhCuongTech

>> 

>> On 2/28/2020 3:41 AM, Rodolfo Andrello wrote:

>>> Good afternoon. I would like a recommendation of a program for voice

>>> recording on windows that has the function of cutting excerpts from the

>>> file. I'm not looking for a professional program like sound forge, just

>>> one that allows simple editing.

>>> 

>>> Would anyone know how to give me this recommendation?

>>> 

>>> Thank you

>>> 

>>> 

>>> 

>> 

>> 

>> 

 

 

 


Virus-free. www.avast.com


Re: nvda 2019.3 vocalizer, and remote support

Rui Fontes
 

Hello!


We already have a almost fully compatible driver at:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/n4v7ccujysf8rje/vocalizer_expressive_driver-3.1.1.nvda-addon?dl=1


Now, we are investigating the bug between our driver and Speech Viewer...


Rui Fontes

Tiflotecnia, Lda.


Às 05:51 de 29/02/2020, tal lederman escreveu:

hello,
i still have problems with vocalizer license. the driver is installed but there's no speech and i can't do anything with my license from the vocalizer menu. i tried to open the newest version of the driver that you send on dropbox but the file was removed.
can you please send the link again so i can try and see if it solves my problem?
thanks


Re: Muting messages

 

Controlling the Messages You Receive via E-Mail from Groups.io (docx)

Controlling the Messages You Receive via E-Mail from Groups.io  (PDF)

--

Brian - Windows 10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 1909, Build 18363  

Power is being told you're not loved and not being destroyed by it.

       ~ Madonna

 

 


Muting messages

Anna Givens
 

Forgive me, I just subscribed to the group.
In the initial welcome to the group message it says you can mute messages by clicking on the link in an individual message. But when I did that, it went to the web and wanted me to log in and all this stuff, and when I did, it just showed me the topics from different groups.
But, so I am still not sure how to mute messages?
Could someone give me detailed instruction or example?

Thanks,
Anna


Re: NVDA settings won’t open

hurrikennyandopo ...
 

Hi


is nvda speaking at all or loaded?


If nvda is not on use the alt key + ctrl key + the letter N to start up nvda.


If it starts then stops talking try the windows key and up arrow key etc to see if it keeps on talking?


I am wondering when it went to update and downloaded did it say it was ready to install? If so when you go to install it or upgrade it a UAC screen might come up which you will have to say yes to or use alt key + y and at the end it should start up again.


If it did not get pass the UAC screen it might not have upgraded.


The other possibility is after it down loaded some how the file might of got corrupted and but did you say it went to install but was slow?

 Trying to work out where you are in the process.


If you have the latest update from nvaccess you could also install it over the top of the other one and could use narrator to do that.

Then after it has been done turn off narrator.


Gene nz

.

On 29/02/2020 8:06 pm, John Isige wrote:
Go into NVDA settings with NVDA-n and arrow to settings. the NVDA key is
either numpad insert or caps lock, or both, and possibly regular insert
as well. You can change speech rate Etc. quickly with the synth ring,
ctrl-NVDA-left and right arrow to pick the setting you want to change,
ctrl-NVDA-up and down arrow to adjust. The adjustments aren't as fine as
they are in settings speech, e.g. rate jumps by five rather than single
steps as in settings, but you can change most things.


On 2/28/2020 22:21, Anna Givens wrote:
I am quite new to NVDA.
I had it installed on my computer and today it asked me to update so I did. It said the update was March1.2019. So I don’t know how that’s an update. But whatever...
But once it installed and went through set up, but speech was very very slow and so I’m guessing it reset things during the update? So I was going to go into the settings to change speech rate and check on a couple other things. But nothing would open.
This is what I tried:
1. Press enter on NVDA desktop icon.
It would make an ascending noise and then immediately after a descending noise, and nothing at all opened or happened or anything.
2. Pressed windows key to open start menu and typed NVDA into search and pressed enter.
Same result as number 1.
3. Pressed windows key to open start menu and arrowed down to NVDA, pressed enter.
Nothing happened.
4. Pressed windows key to open start menu, arrowed down to NVDA- explore. It opened my computers explorer where my files are- that doesn’t help.
5. Pressed alt key when NVDA desktop icon was selected.
6. Pressed spacebar when NVDA desktop icon was selected.
7. Pressed insert+F11 for system tray, nothing happened.
8. Pressed Fn+F11, nothing happened.
9. I would have tried pressing applications key with NVDA desktop icon selected, but my new computer doesn’t have one.
I’m guessing it wouldn’t have worked anyway.

So how do I get into the settings or preferences or whatever it is called to change a couple things like speech rate and such.

Additionally, is there a shortcut key or hot key (not sure what it’s called) to decrease/increase speech rate without going into settings?

I still want to go into settings, but for future reference would like to know. I searched the web but didn’t find a key command for that.
I found a list of NVDA commands, but speech rate control was not on there. I wonder is there a better reference list of commands?

Thanks for all your help.

Anna


Re: NVDA settings won’t open

John Isige
 

Go into NVDA settings with NVDA-n and arrow to settings. the NVDA key is
either numpad insert or caps lock, or both, and possibly regular insert
as well. You can change speech rate Etc. quickly with the synth ring,
ctrl-NVDA-left and right arrow to pick the setting you want to change,
ctrl-NVDA-up and down arrow to adjust. The adjustments aren't as fine as
they are in settings speech, e.g. rate jumps by five rather than single
steps as in settings, but you can change most things.

On 2/28/2020 22:21, Anna Givens wrote:
I am quite new to NVDA.
I had it installed on my computer and today it asked me to update so I did. It said the update was March1.2019. So I don’t know how that’s an update. But whatever...
But once it installed and went through set up, but speech was very very slow and so I’m guessing it reset things during the update? So I was going to go into the settings to change speech rate and check on a couple other things. But nothing would open.
This is what I tried:
1. Press enter on NVDA desktop icon.
It would make an ascending noise and then immediately after a descending noise, and nothing at all opened or happened or anything.
2. Pressed windows key to open start menu and typed NVDA into search and pressed enter.
Same result as number 1.
3. Pressed windows key to open start menu and arrowed down to NVDA, pressed enter.
Nothing happened.
4. Pressed windows key to open start menu, arrowed down to NVDA- explore. It opened my computers explorer where my files are- that doesn’t help.
5. Pressed alt key when NVDA desktop icon was selected.
6. Pressed spacebar when NVDA desktop icon was selected.
7. Pressed insert+F11 for system tray, nothing happened.
8. Pressed Fn+F11, nothing happened.
9. I would have tried pressing applications key with NVDA desktop icon selected, but my new computer doesn’t have one.
I’m guessing it wouldn’t have worked anyway.

So how do I get into the settings or preferences or whatever it is called to change a couple things like speech rate and such.

Additionally, is there a shortcut key or hot key (not sure what it’s called) to decrease/increase speech rate without going into settings?

I still want to go into settings, but for future reference would like to know. I searched the web but didn’t find a key command for that.
I found a list of NVDA commands, but speech rate control was not on there. I wonder is there a better reference list of commands?

Thanks for all your help.

Anna