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Re: ALLOW APP THROUGH CONTROLLED FOLDER ACCESS DOESN'T READ

heaven.lists92@...
 

Dear Quentin

 

There are some blocked apps in the list, but it doesn't read them.

 

It used to read the blocked apps before I updated Windows and NVDA. Although I think it is more likely a Windows problem.

 

Kind regards


Heaven

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of Quentin Christensen
Sent: Friday, 31 July 2020 12:46
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] ALLOW APP THROUGH CONTROLLED FOLDER ACCESS DOESN'T READ

 

Do you have any blocked apps?  I must admit I haven't really used this feature, but turning it on, it says most apps will be allowed by default, so maybe it is simply that there aren't any blocked apps?

 

On Wed, Jul 29, 2020 at 11:47 PM <heaven.lists92@...> wrote:

Dear List

 

My husband and I both have laptops with Windows 10 2004 and NVDA 2020-2.

 

Since we updated Windows, NVDA doesn't read the list of blocked apps in Controlled Folder Access.

 

Does anyone know what to do about this, please?

 

Kind regards

 

Heaven


 

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Re: changing a language setting in NVDA

Jackie
 

Hello, Tony.
1) Press NVDA+ctrl+g to access the general settings dialog.
2) At this point, you're in a dropdown list. Hit home, then type e for english.
3) Shift tab twice to 'apply' & activate the button.
4) You'll be asked to restart. If you hit enter, NVDA will restart &
your changes should take effect permanently.

On 8/3/20, Tony Ballou <cyberpro224@outlook.com> wrote:
Hi, log on screen enverything speaks in english.  However after

While setting up NVDA on my desktop, a strange thing happened. At the
log in screen everything is in english.  However, when the program
loads, it comes up speaking in Vietnamese.  How do you change the
settting back to english.


Tony




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Re: changing a language setting in NVDA

Tyler Spivey
 

Try control insert g, home, enter for the NVDA language. For the synth,
that depends which one you're using, but control insert v, alt v should
get you to Voice.

On 8/3/2020 9:52 PM, Tony Ballou wrote:
Hi, log on screen enverything speaks in english.  However after

While setting up NVDA on my desktop, a strange thing happened. At the
log in screen everything is in english.  However, when the program
loads, it comes up speaking in Vietnamese.  How do you change the
settting back to english.


Tony




changing a language setting in NVDA

Tony Ballou
 

Hi, log on screen enverything speaks in english.  However after

While setting up NVDA on my desktop, a strange thing happened. At the log in screen everything is in english.  However, when the program loads, it comes up speaking in Vietnamese.  How do you change the settting back to english.


Tony


Re: Contact

 

The Android Accessibility and PhonesForTheBlind groups here on Groups.io exist for what their names imply, and there's plenty of help in both.  I suggest you check those out, too.

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Re: Contact

molly the blind tech lover
 

Hi.
I use Android . . . I'll be glad to help if I can.

-----Original Message-----
From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of Ibrahim Ajayi
Sent: Monday, August 3, 2020 9:43 PM
To: nvda@groups.io
Subject: [nvda] Contact

Hi good people:
Please I'll like anyone on this group who uses the Android operating system, either on the smart phone or tablet, to please contact me privately.. I need some help.
my Email contact is: kobisko@gmail.com
Hope to read your responses.
Kind regards.
I am Ibrahim Ajayi.


Re: Contact

Bobby Vinton <vinton.bobby5277@...>
 

Well I can't help you because I have a flip phone for now.  I wish I could help you brother.  Good luck.

On 8/3/2020 9:42 PM, Ibrahim Ajayi wrote:
Hi good people:
Please I'll like anyone on this group who uses the Android operating
system, either on the smart phone or tablet, to please contact me
privately.. I need some help.
my Email contact is: kobisko@gmail.com
Hope to read your responses.
Kind regards.
I am Ibrahim Ajayi.


Contact

Ibrahim Ajayi
 

Hi good people:
Please I'll like anyone on this group who uses the Android operating
system, either on the smart phone or tablet, to please contact me
privately.. I need some help.
my Email contact is: kobisko@gmail.com
Hope to read your responses.
Kind regards.
I am Ibrahim Ajayi.


Re: gold wave add on

Kerryn Gunness <k_gunness@...>
 

thanks

----- Original Message -----
From: "Gene" <gsasner@gmail.com>
To: <nvda@nvda.groups.io>
Sent: Sunday, August 2, 2020 2:59 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] gold wave add on


The fastest and easiest way to see what is available is to do a Google search for NVDA and the name of the add-on. I did a search for NVDA Gold Wave Add-on and found this page as the first result:
https://addons.nvda-project.org/addons/goldwave.en.html

Gene
-----Original Message-----
From: Kerryn Gunness via groups.io
Sent: Sunday, August 02, 2020 1:49 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: [nvda] gold wave add on


guys
does NVDA have a latest add on for g w with the latest nvda?
thanks





Re: New Book Available on Browsing the Web with Screen Reader Programs

 

And I have just gotten it, looks good.



On 4/08/2020 3:25 am, David Kingsbury wrote:

Hi all,

 

Below is the description of a book I just wrote. It can be purchased for $20 at:

https://carroll.org/product/when-one-web-browser-is-not-enough/

 

When One Web Browser Is Not Enough: A Guide for Windows Screen Reader Users

In just the last few years, more web browsers have become accessible, and screen reader users can greatly benefit by becoming familiar with multiple browsers. Websites are complex animals. When things go wrong with one browser, your first line of defense is often to switch browsers. Each browser has strengths and weaknesses, so you can pick and choose features among them to get the best browsing experience. And once you are comfortable with one browser, it’s not hard to pick up the basics of the others.

 

When One Web Browser Is Not Enough: A Guide for Windows Screen Reader Users by David Kingsbury, Assistive Technology Instructor at the Carroll Center for the Blind, is meant to help JAWS, NVDA, and Windows Narrator users to effectively use the four leading web browsers – Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Microsoft Edge – in ways that build on the strengths of each of them. Topics covered include: recent trends in web browser and screen reader usage; web accessibility criteria; screen reader keystrokes and strategies for efficiently accessing and navigating websites; browser menu structure; useful web browser features and commands; and JAWS, NVDA and Narrator customizations. Two appendices – a list of keystrokes and a glossary of Internet terms – are included for convenient reference.


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Re: NVDA 2020.2 and Word Track Changes

Sandra Pilz
 

Hi Sarah,


No, I didn't file this on gidhub, I'm not familiar with the site.

Regards


Sandra



Von meinem iPhone gesendet

Am 03.08.2020 um 18:38 schrieb Sarah k Alawami <marrie12@...>:



Did you bug this on the github page? If so can you provide the link?

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On 3 Aug 2020, at 9:34, Sandra Pilz wrote:

Hi Sylvie,

Thank you for trying it. Probably we can assume that it's a new bug in the current version of NVDA. 

Thanks for confirmming. 

Regards

Sandra


Von meinem iPhone gesendet

Am 03.08.2020 um 16:55 schrieb Sylvie Duchateau <sduchateau@...>:



Hello Sandra and all,

I use Office 365 in French with NVDA 2020.2.

I tested what you describe on a word document with track changes enabled.

I noticed the same as you mentioned:

While typing a to jump to the next change, everything is ok.

However, going backwards with shift+a jumps to the first change and does not go to all others.

I tested the same document with nvda 2019.2 and 2019.3, and the shortcut works properly.

I can’t explain what the problem is.

Best

Sylvie

De : nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> De la part de Sandra Pilz via groups.io
Envoyé : lundi 3 août 2020 14:27
À : nvda@nvda.groups.io
Objet : [nvda] NVDA 2020.2 and Word Track Changes

 

Hi,

 

I am using the current version of NVDA, 2020.2. When I am in a word document with track changes enabled, I can go to reading mode and press a to go to the next change and again to the next change and so on. However, I can't move to the previous change. When I press shift+a, NVDA will tell me no changes were found, although it took me through them when I went forward using just a.

 

I am using Office 365. Also, I'm using a German version of NVDA, so I don't know if the key to cycle through changes is different in the English version. However, A is the correct key in my version.

 

Can I do something to solve this, or is this a new bug?

 

 

Regards

 

Sandra

 


Re: NVDA 2020.2 and Word Track Changes

Sarah k Alawami
 

Did you bug this on the github page? If so can you provide the link?

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Check out my adventures with a shadow machine.

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. 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 You will also be able to buy some of my products and eBooks there.

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

On 3 Aug 2020, at 9:34, Sandra Pilz wrote:

Hi Sylvie,

Thank you for trying it. Probably we can assume that it's a new bug in the current version of NVDA. 

Thanks for confirmming. 

Regards

Sandra


Von meinem iPhone gesendet

Am 03.08.2020 um 16:55 schrieb Sylvie Duchateau <sduchateau@...>:



Hello Sandra and all,

I use Office 365 in French with NVDA 2020.2.

I tested what you describe on a word document with track changes enabled.

I noticed the same as you mentioned:

While typing a to jump to the next change, everything is ok.

However, going backwards with shift+a jumps to the first change and does not go to all others.

I tested the same document with nvda 2019.2 and 2019.3, and the shortcut works properly.

I can’t explain what the problem is.

Best

Sylvie

De : nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> De la part de Sandra Pilz via groups.io
Envoyé : lundi 3 août 2020 14:27
À : nvda@nvda.groups.io
Objet : [nvda] NVDA 2020.2 and Word Track Changes

 

Hi,

 

I am using the current version of NVDA, 2020.2. When I am in a word document with track changes enabled, I can go to reading mode and press a to go to the next change and again to the next change and so on. However, I can't move to the previous change. When I press shift+a, NVDA will tell me no changes were found, although it took me through them when I went forward using just a.

 

I am using Office 365. Also, I'm using a German version of NVDA, so I don't know if the key to cycle through changes is different in the English version. However, A is the correct key in my version.

 

Can I do something to solve this, or is this a new bug?

 

 

Regards

 

Sandra

 


Kindle for pc support.

ChrisLeo
 

Hi.
I've just installed kindle 1.29.58 last version for Pc, it seems that
the support indicated in the NVDA user guide is no longer valid ...
Do you know the latest supported version of Kindle?

Thanks,

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Re: NVDA 2020.2 and Word Track Changes

Sandra Pilz
 

Hi Sylvie,

Thank you for trying it. Probably we can assume that it's a new bug in the current version of NVDA. 

Thanks for confirmming. 

Regards

Sandra


Von meinem iPhone gesendet

Am 03.08.2020 um 16:55 schrieb Sylvie Duchateau <sduchateau@...>:



Hello Sandra and all,

I use Office 365 in French with NVDA 2020.2.

I tested what you describe on a word document with track changes enabled.

I noticed the same as you mentioned:

While typing a to jump to the next change, everything is ok.

However, going backwards with shift+a jumps to the first change and does not go to all others.

I tested the same document with nvda 2019.2 and 2019.3, and the shortcut works properly.

I can’t explain what the problem is.

Best

Sylvie

De : nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> De la part de Sandra Pilz via groups.io
Envoyé : lundi 3 août 2020 14:27
À : nvda@nvda.groups.io
Objet : [nvda] NVDA 2020.2 and Word Track Changes

 

Hi,

 

I am using the current version of NVDA, 2020.2. When I am in a word document with track changes enabled, I can go to reading mode and press a to go to the next change and again to the next change and so on. However, I can't move to the previous change. When I press shift+a, NVDA will tell me no changes were found, although it took me through them when I went forward using just a.

 

I am using Office 365. Also, I'm using a German version of NVDA, so I don't know if the key to cycle through changes is different in the English version. However, A is the correct key in my version.

 

Can I do something to solve this, or is this a new bug?

 

 

Regards

 

Sandra

 


Re: New Book Available on Browsing the Web with Screen Reader Programs

Rosemarie Chavarria
 

Hi, David,


Will National Braille Press have this book?


Rosemarie



On 8/3/2020 8:25 AM, David Kingsbury wrote:

Hi all,

 

Below is the description of a book I just wrote. It can be purchased for $20 at:

https://carroll.org/product/when-one-web-browser-is-not-enough/

 

When One Web Browser Is Not Enough: A Guide for Windows Screen Reader Users

In just the last few years, more web browsers have become accessible, and screen reader users can greatly benefit by becoming familiar with multiple browsers. Websites are complex animals. When things go wrong with one browser, your first line of defense is often to switch browsers. Each browser has strengths and weaknesses, so you can pick and choose features among them to get the best browsing experience. And once you are comfortable with one browser, it’s not hard to pick up the basics of the others.

 

When One Web Browser Is Not Enough: A Guide for Windows Screen Reader Users by David Kingsbury, Assistive Technology Instructor at the Carroll Center for the Blind, is meant to help JAWS, NVDA, and Windows Narrator users to effectively use the four leading web browsers – Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Microsoft Edge – in ways that build on the strengths of each of them. Topics covered include: recent trends in web browser and screen reader usage; web accessibility criteria; screen reader keystrokes and strategies for efficiently accessing and navigating websites; browser menu structure; useful web browser features and commands; and JAWS, NVDA and Narrator customizations. Two appendices – a list of keystrokes and a glossary of Internet terms – are included for convenient reference.


New Book Available on Browsing the Web with Screen Reader Programs

David Kingsbury
 

Hi all,

 

Below is the description of a book I just wrote. It can be purchased for $20 at:

https://carroll.org/product/when-one-web-browser-is-not-enough/

 

When One Web Browser Is Not Enough: A Guide for Windows Screen Reader Users

In just the last few years, more web browsers have become accessible, and screen reader users can greatly benefit by becoming familiar with multiple browsers. Websites are complex animals. When things go wrong with one browser, your first line of defense is often to switch browsers. Each browser has strengths and weaknesses, so you can pick and choose features among them to get the best browsing experience. And once you are comfortable with one browser, it’s not hard to pick up the basics of the others.

 

When One Web Browser Is Not Enough: A Guide for Windows Screen Reader Users by David Kingsbury, Assistive Technology Instructor at the Carroll Center for the Blind, is meant to help JAWS, NVDA, and Windows Narrator users to effectively use the four leading web browsers – Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Microsoft Edge – in ways that build on the strengths of each of them. Topics covered include: recent trends in web browser and screen reader usage; web accessibility criteria; screen reader keystrokes and strategies for efficiently accessing and navigating websites; browser menu structure; useful web browser features and commands; and JAWS, NVDA and Narrator customizations. Two appendices – a list of keystrokes and a glossary of Internet terms – are included for convenient reference.


Re: NVDA 2020.2 and Word Track Changes

Sylvie Duchateau
 

Hello Sandra and all,

I use Office 365 in French with NVDA 2020.2.

I tested what you describe on a word document with track changes enabled.

I noticed the same as you mentioned:

While typing a to jump to the next change, everything is ok.

However, going backwards with shift+a jumps to the first change and does not go to all others.

I tested the same document with nvda 2019.2 and 2019.3, and the shortcut works properly.

I can’t explain what the problem is.

Best

Sylvie

De : nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> De la part de Sandra Pilz via groups.io
Envoyé : lundi 3 août 2020 14:27
À : nvda@nvda.groups.io
Objet : [nvda] NVDA 2020.2 and Word Track Changes

 

Hi,

 

I am using the current version of NVDA, 2020.2. When I am in a word document with track changes enabled, I can go to reading mode and press a to go to the next change and again to the next change and so on. However, I can't move to the previous change. When I press shift+a, NVDA will tell me no changes were found, although it took me through them when I went forward using just a.

 

I am using Office 365. Also, I'm using a German version of NVDA, so I don't know if the key to cycle through changes is different in the English version. However, A is the correct key in my version.

 

Can I do something to solve this, or is this a new bug?

 

 

Regards

 

Sandra

 


Re: reading an article.

 

And for anyone who might find themselves in the situation where they are having to use the keyboard layout to which they are not accustomed, and you need to find the NVDA shortcut for anything, NVDA+N,H,Q, will bring up the Commands Quick Reference in your default web browser so you can look it up.

I can't say how many times I've used this to look up something I very seldom use, or when faced with laptop keyboard layout since I'm a desktop layout user by default.
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    ~ Ruth Marcus,  November 10, 2017, in Washington Post article, Bannon is right: It’s no coincidence The Post broke the Moore story

 

 


Re: reading an article.

CJ
 



Hi,

thank you for your suggestions. I will give this a go. My thanks for your time.


My regards, CJ.

On 03/08/2020 13:57, Dan Beaver wrote:

Sorry, I haven't followed this entire thread but there is a way to start from a given point and read to the end using a laptop keyboard layout.  Just focus on where you want to start and then do a NVDA+A. 


I hope this is what you needed.


Dan Beaver

On 8/3/2020 4:20 AM, benmoxey@... wrote:

Hi CJ

 

You may have your keyboard set to Laptop mode. Insert + Down Arrow only reads to the end in Desktop mode.

 

Press NVDA + Control + K to load the keyboard settings and ensure it’s set to “Desktop” if this is the problem.

 

All the best.

 

Ben

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