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Re: Some NVDA Questions

Luke Davis
 

On Fri, 26 Jun 2020, E.T. via groups.io wrote:

Ok I won't worry about the unknown. :)
You can always try running the Com registration fixing tool from the tools menu of NVDA, to try to fix your unknowns. It may or may not help, but it won't hurt.

What I am talking about is that NVDA will not read 'ctrl' as 'control' but spells the letters out. Another one might be F3 for find next. NVDA reads that as 'f3n'. I have a hearing impairment so this makes it more difficult to understand.
Actually, you're hearing two things there.

If you're in the edit menu, and there is a find next command, pressing "n" will get you to it. However if you're not in the edit menu, and you just want to do a find next from where-ever you happen to be, then you would use "F3", which is your third function key.

So you are hearing F3, N (two separate commands). Both are ways to get to find next, but they are different ways of getting there.
You can either press alt+e, then n; or you can press F3.

Luke


Re: Some NVDA Questions

E.T.
 

That is all I wanted to find out. I did not think the dictionary would handle this kind of element. I will sure try it. Thanks.

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On 6/26/2020 4:45 PM, Sam Taylor via groups.io wrote:
CTRL is used in place of control in many applications. If you don't like it being read as ctrl, you could always change the text string in NVDA's speech dictionary.
On 27/06/2020 9:37 am, E.T. via groups.io wrote:
   Ok I won't worry about the unknown. :)

   I know how the menu system works. If one has super memory then knowing all the shortcuts would be fine.

   What I am talking about is that NVDA will not read 'ctrl' as 'control' but spells the letters out. Another one might be F3 for find next. NVDA reads that as 'f3n'. I have a hearing impairment so this makes it more difficult to understand.

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On 6/26/2020 4:08 PM, Gene wrote:
Unknown means something, it could be anything, is unknown to NVDA.
NVDA is simply telling you that it doesn't know how to read something.
Often, it doesn't matter.  If you hear what you should, it doesn't matter.  Its just clutter.  If you hear unknown instead of what you should hear, then there is a problem and there is probably nothing you can do because the screen-reader itself doesn't know what something is.

I'm not sure what you are asking for in terms of how control plus letter is read.  For example, in a new menu, new document may be control n.
New message in an e-mail program may be control n.  In both cases, you are creating something new, a new document you are going to work with or a new message you are going to write.  You must hear control and the letter. Either by itself means nothing.

The purpose of such short ccuts is to avoid opening a menu.  You execute a command directly from the program window.  You will also hear the menu shortcut when you are moving through a menu. For example, you might hear new message as a menu item, then control n, then a letter.  The letter is the short cut you use when you are in the menu.  For example, in a file menu new something may have a control n short cut.  It may also have a letter, such as d.  I've never seen d used in this way, it is an example.  Let's say it means document.  If you want to use the shortcut that opens the menu, you would use alt f then d for new document.  If you want to bypass the menu and use only one command, you would use control n.

Gene
-----Original Message----- From: E.T. via groups.io
Sent: Friday, June 26, 2020 2:50 PM
To: NVDA
Subject: [nvda] Some NVDA Questions

    I am more comfortable with Voiceover but need to keep running
Windows for some applications.

    First, I'm still using NVDA 2019.2 because I have one purchased
voice. Have any new voices been added to later versions? The purchased
voice is Voiceover's Samantha voice or close to it.

    One web pages, and maybe elsewhere, sometimes I hear 'unknown'. Not
sure what element is spoken that way. Can I change it?

    When NVDA speaks shortcuts, for example, ctrl-a, it speaks the
letters. Can I change this so 'control' is spoken instead? Thanks much.

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Re: Some NVDA Questions

Sam Taylor
 

CTRL is used in place of control in many applications. If you don't like it being read as ctrl, you could always change the text string in NVDA's speech dictionary.


On 27/06/2020 9:37 am, E.T. via groups.io wrote:
   Ok I won't worry about the unknown. :)

   I know how the menu system works. If one has super memory then knowing all the shortcuts would be fine.

   What I am talking about is that NVDA will not read 'ctrl' as 'control' but spells the letters out. Another one might be F3 for find next. NVDA reads that as 'f3n'. I have a hearing impairment so this makes it more difficult to understand.

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On 6/26/2020 4:08 PM, Gene wrote:
Unknown means something, it could be anything, is unknown to NVDA.  NVDA is simply telling you that it doesn't know how to read something.
Often, it doesn't matter.  If you hear what you should, it doesn't matter.  Its just clutter.  If you hear unknown instead of what you should hear, then there is a problem and there is probably nothing you can do because the screen-reader itself doesn't know what something is.

I'm not sure what you are asking for in terms of how control plus letter is read.  For example, in a new menu, new document may be control n.
New message in an e-mail program may be control n.  In both cases, you are creating something new, a new document you are going to work with or a new message you are going to write.  You must hear control and the letter. Either by itself means nothing.

The purpose of such short ccuts is to avoid opening a menu.  You execute a command directly from the program window.  You will also hear the menu shortcut when you are moving through a menu.  For example, you might hear new message as a menu item, then control n, then a letter.  The letter is the short cut you use when you are in the menu.  For example, in a file menu new something may have a control n short cut.  It may also have a letter, such as d.  I've never seen d used in this way, it is an example.  Let's say it means document.  If you want to use the shortcut that opens the menu, you would use alt f then d for new document.  If you want to bypass the menu and use only one command, you would use control n.

Gene
-----Original Message----- From: E.T. via groups.io
Sent: Friday, June 26, 2020 2:50 PM
To: NVDA
Subject: [nvda] Some NVDA Questions

    I am more comfortable with Voiceover but need to keep running
Windows for some applications.

    First, I'm still using NVDA 2019.2 because I have one purchased
voice. Have any new voices been added to later versions? The purchased
voice is Voiceover's Samantha voice or close to it.

    One web pages, and maybe elsewhere, sometimes I hear 'unknown'. Not
sure what element is spoken that way. Can I change it?

    When NVDA speaks shortcuts, for example, ctrl-a, it speaks the
letters. Can I change this so 'control' is spoken instead? Thanks much.

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Re: Some NVDA Questions

E.T.
 

Ok I won't worry about the unknown. :)

I know how the menu system works. If one has super memory then knowing all the shortcuts would be fine.

What I am talking about is that NVDA will not read 'ctrl' as 'control' but spells the letters out. Another one might be F3 for find next. NVDA reads that as 'f3n'. I have a hearing impairment so this makes it more difficult to understand.

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On 6/26/2020 4:08 PM, Gene wrote:
Unknown means something, it could be anything, is unknown to NVDA.  NVDA is simply telling you that it doesn't know how to read something.
Often, it doesn't matter.  If you hear what you should, it doesn't matter.  Its just clutter.  If you hear unknown instead of what you should hear, then there is a problem and there is probably nothing you can do because the screen-reader itself doesn't know what something is.
I'm not sure what you are asking for in terms of how control plus letter is read.  For example, in a new menu, new document may be control n.
New message in an e-mail program may be control n.  In both cases, you are creating something new, a new document you are going to work with or a new message you are going to write.  You must hear control and the letter. Either by itself means nothing.
The purpose of such short ccuts is to avoid opening a menu.  You execute a command directly from the program window.  You will also hear the menu shortcut when you are moving through a menu.  For example, you might hear new message as a menu item, then control n, then a letter.  The letter is the short cut you use when you are in the menu.  For example, in a file menu new something may have a control n short cut.  It may also have a letter, such as d.  I've never seen d used in this way, it is an example.  Let's say it means document.  If you want to use the shortcut that opens the menu, you would use alt f then d for new document.  If you want to bypass the menu and use only one command, you would use control n.
Gene
-----Original Message----- From: E.T. via groups.io
Sent: Friday, June 26, 2020 2:50 PM
To: NVDA
Subject: [nvda] Some NVDA Questions
   I am more comfortable with Voiceover but need to keep running
Windows for some applications.
   First, I'm still using NVDA 2019.2 because I have one purchased
voice. Have any new voices been added to later versions? The purchased
voice is Voiceover's Samantha voice or close to it.
   One web pages, and maybe elsewhere, sometimes I hear 'unknown'. Not
sure what element is spoken that way. Can I change it?
   When NVDA speaks shortcuts, for example, ctrl-a, it speaks the
letters. Can I change this so 'control' is spoken instead? Thanks much.
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Re: Some NVDA Questions

Gene
 

Unknown means something, it could be anything, is unknown to NVDA. NVDA is simply telling you that it doesn't know how to read something. Often, it doesn't matter. If you hear what you should, it doesn't matter. Its just clutter. If you hear unknown instead of what you should hear, then there is a problem and there is probably nothing you can do because the screen-reader itself doesn't know what something is.

I'm not sure what you are asking for in terms of how control plus letter is read. For example, in a new menu, new document may be control n. New message in an e-mail program may be control n. In both cases, you are creating something new, a new document you are going to work with or a new message you are going to write. You must hear control and the letter. Either by itself means nothing.

The purpose of such short ccuts is to avoid opening a menu. You execute a command directly from the program window. You will also hear the menu shortcut when you are moving through a menu. For example, you might hear new message as a menu item, then control n, then a letter. The letter is the short cut you use when you are in the menu. For example, in a file menu new something may have a control n short cut. It may also have a letter, such as d. I've never seen d used in this way, it is an example. Let's say it means document. If you want to use the shortcut that opens the menu, you would use alt f then d for new document. If you want to bypass the menu and use only one command, you would use control n.

Gene

-----Original Message-----
From: E.T. via groups.io
Sent: Friday, June 26, 2020 2:50 PM
To: NVDA
Subject: [nvda] Some NVDA Questions

I am more comfortable with Voiceover but need to keep running
Windows for some applications.

First, I'm still using NVDA 2019.2 because I have one purchased
voice. Have any new voices been added to later versions? The purchased
voice is Voiceover's Samantha voice or close to it.

One web pages, and maybe elsewhere, sometimes I hear 'unknown'. Not
sure what element is spoken that way. Can I change it?

When NVDA speaks shortcuts, for example, ctrl-a, it speaks the
letters. Can I change this so 'control' is spoken instead? Thanks much.

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Re: Some NVDA Questions

E.T.
 

Hi,
I took a look at what I have and it's Samantha from Code Factory. How would I go about upgrading the voice? Am still running NVDA 2019.2. Thanks.

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On 6/26/2020 3:11 PM, Rui Fontes wrote:
Joseph, there are three versions...
From Tiflotecnia, Vocalizer Expressive;
From CodeFactory, Vocalizer Expressive only for NVDA, and;
Also from CodeFactory, Vocalizer Expressive in SAPI5.
All them are paid, but if you already have he license, the update will be free, at least it is free from Tiflotecnia.
Rui Fontes
Tiflotecnia, Lda.
Às 21:07 de 26/06/2020, Joseph Lee escreveu:
Hi,
To find out, we need to know the actual Vocalizer driver version in use, as that'll help us locate the appropriate update. Note that the updated driver requires newer NVDA releases.
Cheers,
Joseph

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Sent: Friday, June 26, 2020 12:59 PM
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Subject: Re: [nvda] Some NVDA Questions

     Is that included or available from another source/. Is it free?
Thank you.

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On 6/26/2020 12:52 PM, Joseph Lee wrote:
Hi,
To answer the synthesizer question (as that's part of what you are using): yes, there is a version of Vocalizer that's compatible with newer NVDA releases.
Cheers,
Joseph

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Subject: [nvda] Some NVDA Questions

      I am more comfortable with Voiceover but need to keep running Windows for some applications.

      First, I'm still using NVDA 2019.2 because I have one purchased voice. Have any new voices been added to later versions? The purchased voice is Voiceover's Samantha voice or close to it.

      One web pages, and maybe elsewhere, sometimes I hear 'unknown'. Not sure what element is spoken that way. Can I change it?

      When NVDA speaks shortcuts, for example, ctrl-a, it speaks the letters. Can I change this so 'control' is spoken instead? Thanks much.

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Re: Some NVDA Questions

Rui Fontes
 

Joseph, there are three versions...

From Tiflotecnia, Vocalizer Expressive;

From CodeFactory, Vocalizer Expressive only for NVDA, and;

Also from CodeFactory, Vocalizer Expressive in SAPI5.


All them are paid, but if you already have he license, the update will be free, at least it is free from Tiflotecnia.


Rui Fontes

Tiflotecnia, Lda.



Às 21:07 de 26/06/2020, Joseph Lee escreveu:

Hi,
To find out, we need to know the actual Vocalizer driver version in use, as that'll help us locate the appropriate update. Note that the updated driver requires newer NVDA releases.
Cheers,
Joseph

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Sent: Friday, June 26, 2020 12:59 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Some NVDA Questions

Is that included or available from another source/. Is it free?
Thank you.

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On 6/26/2020 12:52 PM, Joseph Lee wrote:
Hi,
To answer the synthesizer question (as that's part of what you are using): yes, there is a version of Vocalizer that's compatible with newer NVDA releases.
Cheers,
Joseph

-----Original Message-----
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Sent: Friday, June 26, 2020 12:50 PM
To: NVDA <nvda@nvda.groups.io>
Subject: [nvda] Some NVDA Questions

I am more comfortable with Voiceover but need to keep running Windows for some applications.

First, I'm still using NVDA 2019.2 because I have one purchased voice. Have any new voices been added to later versions? The purchased voice is Voiceover's Samantha voice or close to it.

One web pages, and maybe elsewhere, sometimes I hear 'unknown'. Not sure what element is spoken that way. Can I change it?

When NVDA speaks shortcuts, for example, ctrl-a, it speaks the letters. Can I change this so 'control' is spoken instead? Thanks much.

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Re: Some NVDA Questions

 

Hi,
To find out, we need to know the actual Vocalizer driver version in use, as that'll help us locate the appropriate update. Note that the updated driver requires newer NVDA releases.
Cheers,
Joseph

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Sent: Friday, June 26, 2020 12:59 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Some NVDA Questions

Is that included or available from another source/. Is it free?
Thank you.

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On 6/26/2020 12:52 PM, Joseph Lee wrote:
Hi,
To answer the synthesizer question (as that's part of what you are using): yes, there is a version of Vocalizer that's compatible with newer NVDA releases.
Cheers,
Joseph

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Sent: Friday, June 26, 2020 12:50 PM
To: NVDA <nvda@nvda.groups.io>
Subject: [nvda] Some NVDA Questions

I am more comfortable with Voiceover but need to keep running Windows for some applications.

First, I'm still using NVDA 2019.2 because I have one purchased voice. Have any new voices been added to later versions? The purchased voice is Voiceover's Samantha voice or close to it.

One web pages, and maybe elsewhere, sometimes I hear 'unknown'. Not sure what element is spoken that way. Can I change it?

When NVDA speaks shortcuts, for example, ctrl-a, it speaks the letters. Can I change this so 'control' is spoken instead? Thanks much.

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Re: Exchanging Acapela activation keys how's it done?

Kareen
 

Gerardo i think you do not have to deactivate your temporary license to activate the new one. I suggest you go to acapela menu in NVDA and then activate a new license. there enter your new code and press activate and see if the process will be successful. I think this will update your license and remove the temporary one.


Re: Some NVDA Questions

E.T.
 

Is that included or available from another source/. Is it free? Thank you.

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On 6/26/2020 12:52 PM, Joseph Lee wrote:
Hi,
To answer the synthesizer question (as that's part of what you are using): yes, there is a version of Vocalizer that's compatible with newer NVDA releases.
Cheers,
Joseph
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Sent: Friday, June 26, 2020 12:50 PM
To: NVDA <nvda@nvda.groups.io>
Subject: [nvda] Some NVDA Questions
I am more comfortable with Voiceover but need to keep running Windows for some applications.
First, I'm still using NVDA 2019.2 because I have one purchased voice. Have any new voices been added to later versions? The purchased voice is Voiceover's Samantha voice or close to it.
One web pages, and maybe elsewhere, sometimes I hear 'unknown'. Not sure what element is spoken that way. Can I change it?
When NVDA speaks shortcuts, for example, ctrl-a, it speaks the letters. Can I change this so 'control' is spoken instead? Thanks much.
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Re: Some NVDA Questions

 

Hi,
To answer the synthesizer question (as that's part of what you are using): yes, there is a version of Vocalizer that's compatible with newer NVDA releases.
Cheers,
Joseph

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Sent: Friday, June 26, 2020 12:50 PM
To: NVDA <nvda@nvda.groups.io>
Subject: [nvda] Some NVDA Questions

I am more comfortable with Voiceover but need to keep running Windows for some applications.

First, I'm still using NVDA 2019.2 because I have one purchased voice. Have any new voices been added to later versions? The purchased voice is Voiceover's Samantha voice or close to it.

One web pages, and maybe elsewhere, sometimes I hear 'unknown'. Not sure what element is spoken that way. Can I change it?

When NVDA speaks shortcuts, for example, ctrl-a, it speaks the letters. Can I change this so 'control' is spoken instead? Thanks much.

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Some NVDA Questions

E.T.
 

I am more comfortable with Voiceover but need to keep running Windows for some applications.

First, I'm still using NVDA 2019.2 because I have one purchased voice. Have any new voices been added to later versions? The purchased voice is Voiceover's Samantha voice or close to it.

One web pages, and maybe elsewhere, sometimes I hear 'unknown'. Not sure what element is spoken that way. Can I change it?

When NVDA speaks shortcuts, for example, ctrl-a, it speaks the letters. Can I change this so 'control' is spoken instead? Thanks much.

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Enhanced Touch Gestures 20.06.2 #addonrelease

 

Hi all,

 

Enhanced Touch Gestures 20.06.2 is now available. This is another compatibility update designed to prepare the add-on for future NVDA releases. For people using NVDA 2020.2 beta or earlier, you won’t notice any difference.

 

Important: the next version of Enhanced Touch Gestures (20.07) will require NVDA 2020.1 or later.

Cheers,

Joseph


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locked Announcement: Two new lists and one new born community

Vlad Dragomir
 

hello all, glad to be back, it's been a while!
 
Preliminary notes:
1. I do apologise for the length of this email; if you do not enjoy long reads, I suggest you should skip this one.
2. Since this is only loosly related to the main topic of this list, I kindly request all those interested in this announcement to avoid responding directly to this email. Please use the provided contact details instead.
 
I have been using TeamTalk very often these months; my students seem to appreciate both the sound quality and the reliability of this platform. The client's interface does have its own logic, but it can be challenging sometimes to understand all its functionalities and be able to use it properly. I remember I spent a very long time trying to figure everything out the first time. Therefore, I decided to start a mailing list whose purpose would be to help those who have never used TeamTalk before, and also give experienced users a chance to exchange ideas and learn from each other. I expect TeamTalk Tips to be a relatively low-traffic list, but I do believe TeamTalk deserves its own list, along more popular ones like Skype, Microsoft Teams or Zoom.
 
In collaboration with a few friends, I have also made the decision of opening my own TeamTalk server to the world and try to start a new VI community. Its name is Inwards Sight, and its main multiple goals are as follows:
1. To offer a place for people to come together, spend good moments in each other's company, meet new friends and exchange thoughts and information about anything, from arts and culture to technology, accessible games, radio or any type of entertainment.
2. There'll be a space dedicated to serious learning and teaching, for those interested in learning a new skill or improving one they already have. For the time being, we are able to offer language courses, music related classes, computer/screen reader/MS office and GSuite  training,. I'm also trying to convince two professionals I know to come and teach programming and audio editing, but I'm still waiting for confirmation.
3. Last but not least, we'll try to offer live technical support for at least a few hours every week, to those who have problems with their computers and need assistance in trying to solve them.
 
We intend to keep these services open to everyone in the world, and completely free, although we'll be grateful to those who decide to donate according to their own possibilities.
 
Should you be interested in contributing to this new community, either as a friend, a student or a teacher, please do not hesitate to ask for more details, we'll be delighted to hear from anyone. We're also very grateful to all those who might be able to spread the word and tell their friends and acquaintances about this innitiative.
 
Contact:
 
If you want to join the TeamTalk Tips mailing list, you can visit this page:
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Alternatively, you can subscribe by sending an empty email to the following address:
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There is also a dedicated mailing list, which can be found here:
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The subscription email is:
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Best regards and thank you for your patience, this was a very long and boring email!
 
Cheers,
 
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Re: Exchanging Acapela activation keys how's it done?

Gerardo Corripio
 

And if the license was purchased via a different Email address due to being Paypal? What would the process be? Also could I deactivate the 3-month one today, and activate the purchased one starting today, to avoid the hassel of when I wake up on the morning of July 1st, have the Covid one expired, and activate the new one then?

 

                                                                                              Enviado desde Correo para Windows 10

 

De: Kareen
Enviado: viernes, 26 de junio de 2020 08:31 a. m.
Para: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Asunto: Re: [nvda] Exchanging Acapela activation keys how's it done?

 

Hi. as i know if the new code is for a new license your license will be extended whenever you enter the new code in the acapela tts menu in NVDA. so just enter the new code in the activate license and the new license should be taken automatically without doing anything else.

 


Re: Exchanging Acapela activation keys how's it done?

Kareen
 

Hi. as i know if the new code is for a new license your license will be extended whenever you enter the new code in the acapela tts menu in NVDA. so just enter the new code in the activate license and the new license should be taken automatically without doing anything else.


Excel 2016 Problem

Ramesh Patil
 

Hello,

I am facing problem in Excel 2016. When i press F2 NVDA always speaks
Edit Item edit an edit control each time for eace cell after
pressing F2. I dont want this. Instead of this full sentence NVDA
will say only Edit it is also ok. I have tried with replace above line
in dictionary but it is not working.

Please help
Thanks

Ramesh Patil


Re: nvda add-on for internet download manager

Aschalew Byness
 

is that by pesting one URL after the other on Pontes editfield?

On 6/25/20, Aschalew Byness via groups.io
<gakidan.ashagre235=gmail.com@groups.io> wrote:
Pontes is a wonderful downloader. I liked it! thank you so much for
your recommendation. May I ask you if you can help me out what
'download multiple url' mean? I don't know what this means and how to
use it.

On 6/24/20, Robert Kingett <@blindjourno> wrote:
You're using the wrong program. Use Pontes Media Downloader.
http://www.pontes.ro/en/scripts/






Re: Exchanging Acapela activation keys how's it done?

Quentin Christensen
 

I don't know - but just replying to suggest (particularly as you want to do it by the end of the month) that it might be worth contacting Acapela directly to ask. I expect you could probably use the acapela-nvda-mobilization@... address they setup to get the extended trial in the first place.

Quentin.

On Fri, Jun 26, 2020 at 2:58 AM Gerardo Corripio <gera1027@...> wrote:

What would the process involve, and can it be done before the 1st of july in which the 3-monthsAcapela NVDA voices stop working,deactivating the 3-month license, and put in thedefinite one that was purchased?

 

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