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Re: Latency in NVDA and Citrix

Ralf Kefferpuetz
 

You can reach him in the developer mailinglist…

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of Cearbhall O'Meadhra
Sent: Montag, 7. September 2020 19:46
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Latency in NVDA and Citrix

 

Hi Everyone,

 

I see that Leonard de Ruijter has developed an add-on for NVDA using Unicorn to link to NVDA. This looks like an exciting option. I have been told that there are some latency issues but no specific details. I suppose this means a slow response to keystrokes. Does anyone have any experience of using this add-on with Citrix?
Is Leonard on this list?

 

All the best,

 

Cearbhall

 

m +353 (0)833323487 Ph: _353 (0)1-2864623 e: cearbhall.omeadhra@...

 

 

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Re: Latency in NVDA and Citrix

Cearbhall O'Meadhra
 

Hi Everyone,

 

I see that Leonard de Ruijter has developed an add-on for NVDA using Unicorn to link to NVDA. This looks like an exciting option. I have been told that there are some latency issues but no specific details. I suppose this means a slow response to keystrokes. Does anyone have any experience of using this add-on with Citrix?
Is Leonard on this list?

 

All the best,

 

Cearbhall

 

m +353 (0)833323487 Ph: _353 (0)1-2864623 e: cearbhall.omeadhra@...

 


Virus-free. www.avast.com


Re: In-Process for 7th September is out

Gene
 

I haven't found information about this but I suspect the voice isn't on your computer. My guess is that the voice is sent to you in the form of audio which is played. This would save a lot of processing power on the user's machine or device.

The voice may well require far more ;power and storage as to pronunciation of all sorts of unusual words than to be practical on a home machine and the voices of these sorts of digital assistants are remarkably good at inflection and proper pauses, which may require more processing power than would be desirable to use on a home machine.

Also, my mobile phone doesn't begin to have the power and storage to have such a voice on the phone itself. In this case, it’s the Google assistant. I suspect it is the same for all of them, the voice isn't on the device or computer. I doubt a home version of any of these voices is contemplated. If there were one, it might be disappointing.

Gene

-----Original Message-----
From: Rosemarie Chavarria
Sent: Monday, September 07, 2020 11:49 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] In-Process for 7th September is out



I'd also like to see the cortana voice added to NVDA without charge. I really like how she sounds. My favorite voice in the one-core voices is thefemale voice called Zera. She sounds very clear.







On 9/7/2020 9:04 AM, Leslie wrote:


As I’ve said before, I just love NVDA. And it has all the features I need being an average computer user. I do think that NVDA. Should add more of the truly great voices that are out there. I love the 1 core voices and I also love Nuance. I think that Cortana voice is one of the best. I’d like to see her added to NVDA. Without charge. I think the original voices that NVDA. Had are now pasee and should be droped because their quality isn’t good anymore. What do you guys think?



Sent from Mail for Windows 10





From: Shaun Everiss
Sent: Monday, September 7, 2020 12:37 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] In-Process for 7th September is out





Hmph, if you are happy to pay a load of cash for each version update from freedomscientiffic or visparo etc thats your issue, have issues with licences, need scripts for just about everything like win98 needs drivers, are happy with the possible bad technical support issues going about and are happy that if it screws up you need to repair, reinstall or reformat if it totally goes nuts, not to mention that visparo like suing everyone under the sun well more than I'd like, go ahead.

When I used their stuff it was ok, but yeah, I never really had that many problems with it.

Never got into the payed script racket, either.

I had to repair it once or twice, but that was before it became a beast.

Compaired to nvda well who knows.

The information bandied round the list pluss a few other user experiences not my own pluss the fact that due to jaws and issues causing me to have to reformat to make them completely quit, but mostly information on here pluss what I hear from time to time, especially with how they got all the competing companies bar dolphin and that probably because they only just moved out of using internet explorer puts the impression on me that like microsoft used to be and may still be that this is a monopoly I would really like to see the back of.

I certainly am happy I no longer use their software, and unless I got a job which is what jaws is bandied about by various governments and stuff, I wouldn't touch it unless I had the cash.

To be hhonest this goes for dolphin stuff which is why I got in the beta program but that was for a completely selfish reason that being smuglers, its about all I care about now days.

To be honest, I don't much care for a company who is clearly running a business for the charity, government and enterprise market with prices to high for average users to buy, and needing expensive upgrades and modules for remote access with specialised blindy bits and bobs.

Nvda and things like narator have opened me to the mainstream, and with mainstream devices like the amazon echo devices and smart phones about, when the new normal comes along, I think some of these things will fall away sharply.

Dolphin seems to recognise this, so does avast.

So does nvaccess which is why I use them for most of my stuff.

Now there are a few things nvda does not do, but everything has its limits.

But if you plan to use a wordprocesser, a desktop app, a web brouser or email client or any office app or app using standard controls or terminals then you don't need jaws for that.



Now some of the mega custom apps and the like specialised programs, will need specialised software, and yeah, jaws is what you need and will always need.

Thats not nvda's job.

The job of nvda is to handle all the normal business and home applications that use standard controls, and the like as well as web interfaces.

To be honest that is what may happen, specialised software will need specialised software, and will be charged accordingly.

The only reason I'd get jaws is leasy thats about the only reason I'd buy jaws now.

And to be honest if leasy would just sell its games module then I'd just buy that.







On 7/09/2020 12:55 pm, Ron Kolesar wrote:



Here’s hoping it would make the Microsoft Flight simulator 2020 program more accessible.



Unlike it’s predecessor FSX, FS 2020 is not accessible for we who need to see with our ears.



Even though, all throughout the newsletters and you tube tutorials, it does have accessibility if your sighted.



This in short isn’t fair.



So, here’s hoping the newer upgrade to NVDA is more accessible for we blind flight simmer pilots.



Even though, in my opinion, JAWS is a much better program.



Just my opinion.



Ron Ham Radio and Emergency Communication Station KR3DOG







From: Quentin Christensen



Sent: Sunday, September 6, 2020 19:57



To: nvda@nvda.groups.io



Subject: [nvda] In-Process for 7th September is out







In-process is out, this week with news on the upcoming NVDACon, a new accessible graphs project, a space-themed accessible RPG and some general tips on making software accessible: https://www.nvaccess.org/post/in-process-7th-september-2020/







Regards







Quentin.







--



Quentin Christensen
Training and Support Manager







Web: www.nvaccess.org



Training: https://www.nvaccess.org/shop/



Certification: https://certification.nvaccess.org/



User group: https://nvda.groups.io/g/nvda



Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/NVAccess
Twitter: @NVAccess



In the good old days of Morse code Shorthand, 73's AKA Best Regards and or Best Whishes,From
Ron Kolesar
Volunteer Certified Licensed Emergency Communications Station
And
Volunteer Certified Licensed Ham Radio Station
With the Call Sign of KR3DOG


Re: In-Process for 7th September is out

Gary Metzler
 

She is my favorite voice also.

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of Rosemarie Chavarria
Sent: Monday, September 7, 2020 12:50 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] In-Process for 7th September is out

 

I'd also like to see the cortana voice added to NVDA without charge. I really like how she sounds. My favorite voice in the one-core voices is thefemale voice called Zera. She sounds very clear.

 

 

On 9/7/2020 9:04 AM, Leslie wrote:

As I’ve said before, I just love NVDA. And it has all the features I need being an average computer user.  I do think that NVDA. Should add more of the truly great voices that are out there.  I love the 1 core voices and I also love Nuance.  I think that Cortana voice is one of the best.  I’d like to see her added to NVDA. Without charge.  I think the original voices that NVDA. Had are now pasee and should be droped because their quality isn’t good anymore.  What do you guys think?

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: Shaun Everiss
Sent: Monday, September 7, 2020 12:37 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] In-Process for 7th September is out

 

Hmph, if you are happy to pay a load of cash for each version update  from freedomscientiffic or visparo etc thats your issue, have issues with licences, need scripts for just about everything like win98 needs drivers, are happy with the possible bad technical support issues going about and are happy that if it screws up you need to repair, reinstall or reformat if it totally goes nuts, not to mention that visparo like suing everyone under the sun well more than I'd like, go ahead.

When I used their stuff it was ok, but yeah, I never really had that many problems with it.

Never got into the payed script racket, either.

I had to repair it once or twice, but that was before it became a beast.

Compaired to nvda well who knows.

The information bandied round the list pluss a few other user experiences not my own pluss the fact that due to jaws and issues causing me to have to reformat to make them completely quit, but mostly information on here pluss what I hear from time to time, especially with how they got all the competing companies bar dolphin and that probably because they only just moved out of using internet explorer puts the impression on me that like microsoft used to be and may still be that this is a monopoly I would really like to see the back of.

I certainly am happy I no longer use their software, and unless I got a job which is what jaws is bandied about by various governments and stuff, I wouldn't touch it unless I had the cash.

To be hhonest this goes for dolphin stuff which is why I got in the beta program but that was for a completely selfish reason that being smuglers, its about all I care about now days.

To be honest, I don't much care for a company who is clearly running a business for the charity, government and enterprise market with prices to high for average users to buy, and needing expensive upgrades and modules for remote access with specialised blindy bits and bobs.

Nvda and things like narator have opened me to the mainstream, and with mainstream devices like the amazon echo devices and smart phones about, when the new normal comes along, I think some of these things will fall away sharply.

Dolphin seems to recognise this, so does avast.

So does nvaccess which is why I use them for most of my stuff.

Now there are a few things nvda does not do, but everything has its limits.

But if you plan to use a wordprocesser, a desktop app, a web brouser or email client or any office app or app using standard controls or terminals then you don't need jaws for that.

 

Now some of the mega custom apps and the like specialised programs, will need specialised software, and yeah, jaws is what you need and will always need.

Thats not nvda's job.

The job of nvda is to handle all the normal business and home applications that use standard controls, and the like as well as web interfaces.

To be honest that is what may happen, specialised software will need specialised software, and will be charged accordingly.

The only reason I'd get jaws is leasy thats about the only reason I'd buy jaws now.

And to be honest if leasy would just sell its games module then I'd just buy that.

 

 

On 7/09/2020 12:55 pm, Ron Kolesar wrote:

Here’s hoping it would make the Microsoft Flight simulator 2020 program more accessible.

Unlike it’s predecessor FSX, FS 2020 is not accessible for we who need to see with our ears.

Even though, all throughout the newsletters and you tube tutorials, it does have accessibility if your sighted.

This in short isn’t fair.

So, here’s hoping the newer upgrade to NVDA is more accessible for we blind flight simmer pilots.

Even though, in my opinion, JAWS is a much better program.

Just my opinion.

Ron Ham Radio and Emergency Communication Station KR3DOG

 

From: Quentin Christensen

Sent: Sunday, September 6, 2020 19:57

Subject: [nvda] In-Process for 7th September is out

 

In-process is out, this week with news on the upcoming NVDACon, a new accessible graphs project, a space-themed accessible RPG and some general tips on making software accessible: https://www.nvaccess.org/post/in-process-7th-september-2020/

 

Regards

 

Quentin.

 

--

Quentin Christensen
Training and Support Manager

 

In the good old days of Morse code Shorthand, 73's AKA Best Regards and or Best Whishes,From
Ron Kolesar
Volunteer Certified Licensed Emergency Communications Station
And
Volunteer Certified Licensed Ham Radio Station
With the Call Sign of KR3DOG

 


Re: In-Process for 7th September is out

Leslie
 

Hay, maybe if we can hear from a large number of people who like these voices, maybe we can get them added to NVDA. As nonpremium voices.  We know they are always improving.

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: Rosemarie Chavarria
Sent: Monday, September 7, 2020 9:49 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] In-Process for 7th September is out

 

I'd also like to see the cortana voice added to NVDA without charge. I really like how she sounds. My favorite voice in the one-core voices is thefemale voice called Zera. She sounds very clear.

 

 

On 9/7/2020 9:04 AM, Leslie wrote:

As I’ve said before, I just love NVDA. And it has all the features I need being an average computer user.  I do think that NVDA. Should add more of the truly great voices that are out there.  I love the 1 core voices and I also love Nuance.  I think that Cortana voice is one of the best.  I’d like to see her added to NVDA. Without charge.  I think the original voices that NVDA. Had are now pasee and should be droped because their quality isn’t good anymore.  What do you guys think?

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: Shaun Everiss
Sent: Monday, September 7, 2020 12:37 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] In-Process for 7th September is out

 

Hmph, if you are happy to pay a load of cash for each version update  from freedomscientiffic or visparo etc thats your issue, have issues with licences, need scripts for just about everything like win98 needs drivers, are happy with the possible bad technical support issues going about and are happy that if it screws up you need to repair, reinstall or reformat if it totally goes nuts, not to mention that visparo like suing everyone under the sun well more than I'd like, go ahead.

When I used their stuff it was ok, but yeah, I never really had that many problems with it.

Never got into the payed script racket, either.

I had to repair it once or twice, but that was before it became a beast.

Compaired to nvda well who knows.

The information bandied round the list pluss a few other user experiences not my own pluss the fact that due to jaws and issues causing me to have to reformat to make them completely quit, but mostly information on here pluss what I hear from time to time, especially with how they got all the competing companies bar dolphin and that probably because they only just moved out of using internet explorer puts the impression on me that like microsoft used to be and may still be that this is a monopoly I would really like to see the back of.

I certainly am happy I no longer use their software, and unless I got a job which is what jaws is bandied about by various governments and stuff, I wouldn't touch it unless I had the cash.

To be hhonest this goes for dolphin stuff which is why I got in the beta program but that was for a completely selfish reason that being smuglers, its about all I care about now days.

To be honest, I don't much care for a company who is clearly running a business for the charity, government and enterprise market with prices to high for average users to buy, and needing expensive upgrades and modules for remote access with specialised blindy bits and bobs.

Nvda and things like narator have opened me to the mainstream, and with mainstream devices like the amazon echo devices and smart phones about, when the new normal comes along, I think some of these things will fall away sharply.

Dolphin seems to recognise this, so does avast.

So does nvaccess which is why I use them for most of my stuff.

Now there are a few things nvda does not do, but everything has its limits.

But if you plan to use a wordprocesser, a desktop app, a web brouser or email client or any office app or app using standard controls or terminals then you don't need jaws for that.

 

Now some of the mega custom apps and the like specialised programs, will need specialised software, and yeah, jaws is what you need and will always need.

Thats not nvda's job.

The job of nvda is to handle all the normal business and home applications that use standard controls, and the like as well as web interfaces.

To be honest that is what may happen, specialised software will need specialised software, and will be charged accordingly.

The only reason I'd get jaws is leasy thats about the only reason I'd buy jaws now.

And to be honest if leasy would just sell its games module then I'd just buy that.

 

 

On 7/09/2020 12:55 pm, Ron Kolesar wrote:

Here’s hoping it would make the Microsoft Flight simulator 2020 program more accessible.

Unlike it’s predecessor FSX, FS 2020 is not accessible for we who need to see with our ears.

Even though, all throughout the newsletters and you tube tutorials, it does have accessibility if your sighted.

This in short isn’t fair.

So, here’s hoping the newer upgrade to NVDA is more accessible for we blind flight simmer pilots.

Even though, in my opinion, JAWS is a much better program.

Just my opinion.

Ron Ham Radio and Emergency Communication Station KR3DOG

 

From: Quentin Christensen

Sent: Sunday, September 6, 2020 19:57

Subject: [nvda] In-Process for 7th September is out

 

In-process is out, this week with news on the upcoming NVDACon, a new accessible graphs project, a space-themed accessible RPG and some general tips on making software accessible: https://www.nvaccess.org/post/in-process-7th-september-2020/

 

Regards

 

Quentin.

 

--

Quentin Christensen
Training and Support Manager

 

In the good old days of Morse code Shorthand, 73's AKA Best Regards and or Best Whishes,From
Ron Kolesar
Volunteer Certified Licensed Emergency Communications Station
And
Volunteer Certified Licensed Ham Radio Station
With the Call Sign of KR3DOG

 

 


Re: Checking file size in the "Properties" dialog using NVDA

CARLOS-ESTEBAN <carlosestebanpianista@...>
 

Hello.

If you use keyboard layout laptop, the commands are:

First NVDA+shift+up arrow, and after NVDA+page dawn or NVDA+page up. When NVDA says object review, press: NVDA+up and dawn arrow for read next and previous line, NVDA+control+right and left arrow for read by Word and NVDA+right and lefht arrow for read by characters.

Well, other users says the commands for the layout desktop.

Regards.

 

 

Carlos Esteban Martínez Macías.

Músico (pianista) y también ayuda a usuarios ciegos y con discapacidad visual, con el uso de lectores de pantalla y tecnología.

Experto certificado en el lector de pantalla NVDA.

 

Musicien (pianist) and also help to the blind people, with the use of screen readers and technology.

Certified expert in the screen reader NVDA.

NVDA certified expert2019

 

De: Rui Fontes
Enviado: lunes, 7 de septiembre de 2020 4:53
Para: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Asunto: Re: [nvda] Checking file size in the "Properties" dialog using NVDA

 

Hello!

 

Other way is pressing NVDA+NumPad4 to go to the previous object on same

level...

 

 

Best regards,

 

 

Rui Fontes

 

NVDA portuguese team

 

 

Às 01:45 de 07/09/2020, Gene escreveu:

> I can tell you using commands for the desktop layout.  I don't know

> the laptop layout.  But you won't really learn how to use the NVDA

> navigation modes from this explanation.  I haven't used tutorials that

> teach this so I'll let others discuss those.

> To do what you want, open properties.

> Go into screen review mode with the command numpad insert numpad 7. 

> That is, hold numpad insert and press numpad 7 while doing so.

> Repeat the command until you hear something like screen review mode,

> though once will probably be enough.

> Execute the command shift numpad 7 to move to the top of the screen. 

> Move down the screen with numpad 9.  You are moving down the screen by

> line.  You can move very quickly until you hear the information you

> want.  If you want to hear it again, press numpad 8, read current

> line.  If you pass something you want to hear, go back with numpad 7. 

> So numpad 7 is go back a line, numpad 8 is read current line and

> numpad 9 is move down one line.

> Shift numpad 7 moves you to the top of the screen.  I'll let you

> realize what shift numpad 9 does.

> After you have finished, be sure you use the command num;pad insert

> numpad 1 until you are back in object navigation mode. If you don't

> remember to move back there, you may not get accurate focus when you

> move around.

> Gene

> -----Original Message----- From: Louise Pfau

> Sent: Sunday, September 06, 2020 7:28 PM

> To: nvda@nvda.groups.io

> Subject: [nvda] Checking file size in the "Properties" dialog using NVDA

> Hi.  How do I check the file size listed in the "Properties" dialog

> with NVDA?  It was possible to navigate to it with JAWS using the

> "JAWS" or "invisible" cursors.  When I use the similar NVDA reading

> commands for reading in scan mode, the only thing that is read is the

> text of the control with system focus, which is usually the

> "read-only" checkbox that appears when the "Properties" dialog is

> first opened.

> Thanks,

> Louise

>

 

 

 


Re: In-Process for 7th September is out

Rosemarie Chavarria
 

I'd also like to see the cortana voice added to NVDA without charge. I really like how she sounds. My favorite voice in the one-core voices is thefemale voice called Zera. She sounds very clear.



On 9/7/2020 9:04 AM, Leslie wrote:

As I’ve said before, I just love NVDA. And it has all the features I need being an average computer user.  I do think that NVDA. Should add more of the truly great voices that are out there.  I love the 1 core voices and I also love Nuance.  I think that Cortana voice is one of the best.  I’d like to see her added to NVDA. Without charge.  I think the original voices that NVDA. Had are now pasee and should be droped because their quality isn’t good anymore.  What do you guys think?

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: Shaun Everiss
Sent: Monday, September 7, 2020 12:37 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] In-Process for 7th September is out

 

Hmph, if you are happy to pay a load of cash for each version update  from freedomscientiffic or visparo etc thats your issue, have issues with licences, need scripts for just about everything like win98 needs drivers, are happy with the possible bad technical support issues going about and are happy that if it screws up you need to repair, reinstall or reformat if it totally goes nuts, not to mention that visparo like suing everyone under the sun well more than I'd like, go ahead.

When I used their stuff it was ok, but yeah, I never really had that many problems with it.

Never got into the payed script racket, either.

I had to repair it once or twice, but that was before it became a beast.

Compaired to nvda well who knows.

The information bandied round the list pluss a few other user experiences not my own pluss the fact that due to jaws and issues causing me to have to reformat to make them completely quit, but mostly information on here pluss what I hear from time to time, especially with how they got all the competing companies bar dolphin and that probably because they only just moved out of using internet explorer puts the impression on me that like microsoft used to be and may still be that this is a monopoly I would really like to see the back of.

I certainly am happy I no longer use their software, and unless I got a job which is what jaws is bandied about by various governments and stuff, I wouldn't touch it unless I had the cash.

To be hhonest this goes for dolphin stuff which is why I got in the beta program but that was for a completely selfish reason that being smuglers, its about all I care about now days.

To be honest, I don't much care for a company who is clearly running a business for the charity, government and enterprise market with prices to high for average users to buy, and needing expensive upgrades and modules for remote access with specialised blindy bits and bobs.

Nvda and things like narator have opened me to the mainstream, and with mainstream devices like the amazon echo devices and smart phones about, when the new normal comes along, I think some of these things will fall away sharply.

Dolphin seems to recognise this, so does avast.

So does nvaccess which is why I use them for most of my stuff.

Now there are a few things nvda does not do, but everything has its limits.

But if you plan to use a wordprocesser, a desktop app, a web brouser or email client or any office app or app using standard controls or terminals then you don't need jaws for that.

 

Now some of the mega custom apps and the like specialised programs, will need specialised software, and yeah, jaws is what you need and will always need.

Thats not nvda's job.

The job of nvda is to handle all the normal business and home applications that use standard controls, and the like as well as web interfaces.

To be honest that is what may happen, specialised software will need specialised software, and will be charged accordingly.

The only reason I'd get jaws is leasy thats about the only reason I'd buy jaws now.

And to be honest if leasy would just sell its games module then I'd just buy that.

 

 

On 7/09/2020 12:55 pm, Ron Kolesar wrote:

Here’s hoping it would make the Microsoft Flight simulator 2020 program more accessible.

Unlike it’s predecessor FSX, FS 2020 is not accessible for we who need to see with our ears.

Even though, all throughout the newsletters and you tube tutorials, it does have accessibility if your sighted.

This in short isn’t fair.

So, here’s hoping the newer upgrade to NVDA is more accessible for we blind flight simmer pilots.

Even though, in my opinion, JAWS is a much better program.

Just my opinion.

Ron Ham Radio and Emergency Communication Station KR3DOG

 

From: Quentin Christensen

Sent: Sunday, September 6, 2020 19:57

Subject: [nvda] In-Process for 7th September is out

 

In-process is out, this week with news on the upcoming NVDACon, a new accessible graphs project, a space-themed accessible RPG and some general tips on making software accessible: https://www.nvaccess.org/post/in-process-7th-september-2020/

 

Regards

 

Quentin.

 

--

Quentin Christensen
Training and Support Manager

 

In the good old days of Morse code Shorthand, 73's AKA Best Regards and or Best Whishes,From
Ron Kolesar
Volunteer Certified Licensed Emergency Communications Station
And
Volunteer Certified Licensed Ham Radio Station
With the Call Sign of KR3DOG

 


Re: Work with audio editors in professional way with Nvda possible or not?

CARLOS-ESTEBAN <carlosestebanpianista@...>
 

Hello.

The add-on is here:

Link of the file nvda-addon Audacity Access Enhancements

Regards.

 

 

Carlos Esteban Martínez Macías.

Músico (pianista) y también ayuda a usuarios ciegos y con discapacidad visual, con el uso de lectores de pantalla y tecnología.

Experto certificado en el lector de pantalla NVDA.

 

Musicien (pianist) and also help to the blind people, with the use of screen readers and technology.

Certified expert in the screen reader NVDA.

NVDA certified expert2019

 

De: soloman s
Enviado: sábado, 5 de septiembre de 2020 19:27
Para: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Asunto: Re: [nvda] Work with audio editors in professional way with Nvda possible or not?

 

Could you please on any information on (Audacity Access Enhancement’s)

if it is available.

Hope to hearing from you.

 

On 9/6/20, Luke Robinett <lukeblindgroups@...> wrote:

> 100% agree with others. Reaper is amazing! With the above mentioned

> extensions it is highly accessible. Good luck.

>> On Sep 1, 2020, at 12:35 PM, CARLOS-ESTEBAN

>> <carlosestebanpianista@...> wrote:

>> 

>> 

>> I am agree with the use of Reaper. If you install Osara, you can use this

>> very Good program.

>> I am also use Audacity, and if you go to use Gold Wave, you can install

>> the NVDA Add-on Gold Wave from Josef Lee.

>> A developer have an addon no official for Audacity (Audacity Access

>> Enhancement’s).

>> Regards.

>> 

>> 

>> Enviado desde Correo para Windows 10

>> NVDA certified expert 2019

>> 

>> De: Luke Davis

>> Enviado: martes, 1 de septiembre de 2020 11:11

>> Para: nvda@nvda.groups.io

>> Asunto: Re: [nvda] Work with audio editors in professional way with Nvda

>> possible or not?

>> 

>> Certainly. I use Audacity for moderate projects, but the thing you should

>> be

>> looking into is Reaper.

>> 

>> Luke

>> 

>> 

>> 

>> 

>

 

 

--

With warm regards

Solomon S

teachsolo@...

 

 

 


Re: In-Process for 7th September is out

Leslie
 

As I’ve said before, I just love NVDA. And it has all the features I need being an average computer user.  I do think that NVDA. Should add more of the truly great voices that are out there.  I love the 1 core voices and I also love Nuance.  I think that Cortana voice is one of the best.  I’d like to see her added to NVDA. Without charge.  I think the original voices that NVDA. Had are now pasee and should be droped because their quality isn’t good anymore.  What do you guys think?

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: Shaun Everiss
Sent: Monday, September 7, 2020 12:37 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] In-Process for 7th September is out

 

Hmph, if you are happy to pay a load of cash for each version update  from freedomscientiffic or visparo etc thats your issue, have issues with licences, need scripts for just about everything like win98 needs drivers, are happy with the possible bad technical support issues going about and are happy that if it screws up you need to repair, reinstall or reformat if it totally goes nuts, not to mention that visparo like suing everyone under the sun well more than I'd like, go ahead.

When I used their stuff it was ok, but yeah, I never really had that many problems with it.

Never got into the payed script racket, either.

I had to repair it once or twice, but that was before it became a beast.

Compaired to nvda well who knows.

The information bandied round the list pluss a few other user experiences not my own pluss the fact that due to jaws and issues causing me to have to reformat to make them completely quit, but mostly information on here pluss what I hear from time to time, especially with how they got all the competing companies bar dolphin and that probably because they only just moved out of using internet explorer puts the impression on me that like microsoft used to be and may still be that this is a monopoly I would really like to see the back of.

I certainly am happy I no longer use their software, and unless I got a job which is what jaws is bandied about by various governments and stuff, I wouldn't touch it unless I had the cash.

To be hhonest this goes for dolphin stuff which is why I got in the beta program but that was for a completely selfish reason that being smuglers, its about all I care about now days.

To be honest, I don't much care for a company who is clearly running a business for the charity, government and enterprise market with prices to high for average users to buy, and needing expensive upgrades and modules for remote access with specialised blindy bits and bobs.

Nvda and things like narator have opened me to the mainstream, and with mainstream devices like the amazon echo devices and smart phones about, when the new normal comes along, I think some of these things will fall away sharply.

Dolphin seems to recognise this, so does avast.

So does nvaccess which is why I use them for most of my stuff.

Now there are a few things nvda does not do, but everything has its limits.

But if you plan to use a wordprocesser, a desktop app, a web brouser or email client or any office app or app using standard controls or terminals then you don't need jaws for that.

 

Now some of the mega custom apps and the like specialised programs, will need specialised software, and yeah, jaws is what you need and will always need.

Thats not nvda's job.

The job of nvda is to handle all the normal business and home applications that use standard controls, and the like as well as web interfaces.

To be honest that is what may happen, specialised software will need specialised software, and will be charged accordingly.

The only reason I'd get jaws is leasy thats about the only reason I'd buy jaws now.

And to be honest if leasy would just sell its games module then I'd just buy that.

 

 

On 7/09/2020 12:55 pm, Ron Kolesar wrote:

Here’s hoping it would make the Microsoft Flight simulator 2020 program more accessible.

Unlike it’s predecessor FSX, FS 2020 is not accessible for we who need to see with our ears.

Even though, all throughout the newsletters and you tube tutorials, it does have accessibility if your sighted.

This in short isn’t fair.

So, here’s hoping the newer upgrade to NVDA is more accessible for we blind flight simmer pilots.

Even though, in my opinion, JAWS is a much better program.

Just my opinion.

Ron Ham Radio and Emergency Communication Station KR3DOG

 

From: Quentin Christensen

Sent: Sunday, September 6, 2020 19:57

To: nvda@nvda.groups.io

Subject: [nvda] In-Process for 7th September is out

 

In-process is out, this week with news on the upcoming NVDACon, a new accessible graphs project, a space-themed accessible RPG and some general tips on making software accessible: https://www.nvaccess.org/post/in-process-7th-september-2020/

 

Regards

 

Quentin.

 

--

Quentin Christensen
Training and Support Manager

 

In the good old days of Morse code Shorthand, 73's AKA Best Regards and or Best Whishes,From
Ron Kolesar
Volunteer Certified Licensed Emergency Communications Station
And
Volunteer Certified Licensed Ham Radio Station
With the Call Sign of KR3DOG

 


Re: Checking file size in the "Properties" dialog using NVDA

Rui Fontes
 

Hello!

Other way is pressing NVDA+NumPad4 to go to the previous object on same level...


Best regards,


Rui Fontes

NVDA portuguese team


Às 01:45 de 07/09/2020, Gene escreveu:

I can tell you using commands for the desktop layout.  I don't know the laptop layout.  But you won't really learn how to use the NVDA navigation modes from this explanation.  I haven't used tutorials that teach this so I'll let others discuss those.

To do what you want, open properties.
Go into screen review mode with the command numpad insert numpad 7.  That is, hold numpad insert and press numpad 7 while doing so.

Repeat the command until you hear something like screen review mode, though once will probably be enough.
Execute the command shift numpad 7 to move to the top of the screen.  Move down the screen with numpad 9.  You are moving down the screen by line.  You can move very quickly until you hear the information you want.  If you want to hear it again, press numpad 8, read current line.  If you pass something you want to hear, go back with numpad 7.  So numpad 7 is go back a line, numpad 8 is read current line and numpad 9 is move down one line.
Shift numpad 7 moves you to the top of the screen.  I'll let you realize what shift numpad 9 does.

After you have finished, be sure you use the command num;pad insert numpad 1 until you are back in object navigation mode. If you don't remember to move back there, you may not get accurate focus when you move around.

Gene
-----Original Message----- From: Louise Pfau
Sent: Sunday, September 06, 2020 7:28 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: [nvda] Checking file size in the "Properties" dialog using NVDA

Hi.  How do I check the file size listed in the "Properties" dialog with NVDA?  It was possible to navigate to it with JAWS using the "JAWS" or "invisible" cursors.  When I use the similar NVDA reading commands for reading in scan mode, the only thing that is read is the text of the control with system focus, which is usually the "read-only" checkbox that appears when the "Properties" dialog is first opened.

Thanks,

Louise




Re: In-Process for 7th September is out

Quentin Christensen
 

I'm not touching the rest of it, but I would say two things about Microsoft flight simulator:
- If it's not accessible with NVDA and particularly if it isn't accessible with Jaws (or Narrator) either - the best place to talk to is the Microsoft Disability Answer Desk: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/accessibility/disability-answer-desk

and

- If it's only or mostly NVDA which doesn't play nicely with it, the best place to report that is to write up an issue on: https://github.com/nvaccess/nvda/issues  

Kind regards

Quentin.

On Mon, Sep 7, 2020 at 7:03 PM Gene <gsasner@...> wrote:
This is a long message but the gross and very many inaccuracies in the
original message should be corrected.  As I explain in my message, having
accurate information is very important so blind people can make good choices
about if and when to use various programs.

You may have had bad experiences with JAWS but your experience doesn't
reflect the general one.

the reason adaptive software for profit is so expensive is that the user
base is small and the costs of research and development are paid by a small
user base.  Other programs that serve a small or very small user base are
also very expensive.

You can debate whether JAWS is too expensive but either way, it would be
very expensive.

NVDA is largely developed by people making a very low wage, most
;programmers wouldn't work for it and they do so because they are dedicated
to the cause, and a good deal of free work gets done.

If JAWS were as prone to problems and as just plain bad as you say, we would
see questions and complaints constantly on lists, this isn't working, that
doesn't work properly, why is JAWS working in demo mode, that would be a
license problem, and so on.

Your account defies common logic and sense because we don't see such things.
And where are the complaints of employees and employers, where reliability
and productivity are important?

I used JAWS before there was an NVDA and it served me well.  There was this
or that bug, but in general it worked well and was reliable.  I have no
reason to believe that isn't the case any longer.

And, whether you know it or not, NVDA uses scripts so what is your point?
There may be more people writing scripts for NVDA voluntarily but a racket?
Why?  Because people have the Gaul to charge for a valuable service?  As
Biden would say, "come on, man."

In short, both from my experience, which can be argued to be of old versions
of JAWS but also just plain common sense and what I don't see on the
blindness assistance lists I follow, I see nothing to support your very
inaccurate claims and statements.

I won't discuss other things that are important to some JAWS users, such as
the ability to have the user customize it without scripting, which can be
used to tailor performance with many programs so additional scripts are
unnecessary through the use of what JAWS calls frames.  I won't discuss the
screen echo all setting, which at times, presents useful or necessary
information immediately without the need to customize anything.  I used
hyperterminal for years by simply changing the screen echo to all and I didn’t
have to customize a thing.

None of this is to lessen the importance or value of NVDA.  But JAWS is
important for enough people that it matters that it is around and people
should have good information about both screen-readers so that if they want
to try or use JAWS for some reason, they won't be discouraged from doing so.
Also, for demanding users, it is a good idea to have more than one full
screen-reader on a machine even if one is a demo.  At times, I use a JAWS
demo for some purpose where NVDA doesn't do something well or not at all.  I
would imagine that if I primarily used JAWS, I would find times where JAWS
didn't do something as well or nearly as well as NVDA.  As I said, it is
important that screen-reader users have accurate information so they may be
much better able to make good choices in what they use and how.

Gene
-----Original Message-----
From: Shaun Everiss
Sent: Monday, September 07, 2020 2:37 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] In-Process for 7th September is out



Hmph, if you are happy to pay a load of cash for each version update  from
freedomscientiffic or visparo etc thats your issue, have issues with
licences, need scripts for just about everything like win98 needs drivers,
are happy with the possible bad technical support issues going about and are
happy that if it screws up you need to repair, reinstall or reformat if it
totally goes nuts, not to mention that visparo like suing everyone under the
sun well more than I'd like, go ahead.

When I used their stuff it was ok, but yeah, I never really had that many
problems with it.

Never got into the payed script racket, either.

I had to repair it once or twice, but that was before it became a beast.

Compaired to nvda well who knows.

The information bandied round the list pluss a few other user experiences
not my own pluss the fact that due to jaws and issues causing me to have to
reformat to make them completely quit, but mostly information on here pluss
what I hear from time to time, especially with how they got all the
competing companies bar dolphin and that probably because they only just
moved out of using internet explorer puts the impression on me that like
microsoft used to be and may still be that this is a monopoly I would really
like to see the back of.

I certainly am happy I no longer use their software, and unless I got a job
which is what jaws is bandied about by various governments and stuff, I
wouldn't touch it unless I had the cash.

To be hhonest this goes for dolphin stuff which is why I got in the beta
program but that was for a completely selfish reason that being smuglers,
its about all I care about now days.

To be honest, I don't much care for a company who is clearly running a
business for the charity, government and enterprise market with prices to
high for average users to buy, and needing expensive upgrades and modules
for remote access with specialised blindy bits and bobs.

Nvda and things like narator have opened me to the mainstream, and with
mainstream devices like the amazon echo devices and smart phones about, when
the new normal comes along, I think some of these things will fall away
sharply.

Dolphin seems to recognise this, so does avast.

So does nvaccess which is why I use them for most of my stuff.

Now there are a few things nvda does not do, but everything has its limits.

But if you plan to use a wordprocesser, a desktop app, a web brouser or
email client or any office app or app using standard controls or terminals
then you don't need jaws for that.




Now some of the mega custom apps and the like specialised programs, will
need specialised software, and yeah, jaws is what you need and will always
need.

Thats not nvda's job.

The job of nvda is to handle all the normal business and home applications
that use standard controls, and the like as well as web interfaces.

To be honest that is what may happen, specialised software will need
specialised software, and will be charged accordingly.

The only reason I'd get jaws is leasy thats about the only reason I'd buy
jaws now.

And to be honest if leasy would just sell its games module then I'd just buy
that.







On 7/09/2020 12:55 pm, Ron Kolesar wrote:

Here’s hoping it would make the Microsoft Flight simulator 2020 program more
accessible.
Unlike it’s predecessor FSX, FS 2020 is not accessible for we who need to
see with our ears.
Even though, all throughout the newsletters and you tube tutorials, it does
have accessibility if your sighted.
This in short isn’t fair.
So, here’s hoping the newer upgrade to NVDA is more accessible for we blind
flight simmer pilots.
Even though, in my opinion, JAWS is a much better program.
Just my opinion.
Ron Ham Radio and Emergency Communication Station KR3DOG

From: Quentin Christensen
Sent: Sunday, September 6, 2020 19:57
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: [nvda] In-Process for 7th September is out

In-process is out, this week with news on the upcoming NVDACon, a new
accessible graphs project, a space-themed accessible RPG and some general
tips on making software accessible:
https://www.nvaccess.org/post/in-process-7th-september-2020/

Regards

Quentin.


--

Quentin Christensen
Training and Support Manager


Web: www.nvaccess.org
Training: https://www.nvaccess.org/shop/
Certification: https://certification.nvaccess.org/
User group: https://nvda.groups.io/g/nvda
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/NVAccess
Twitter: @NVAccess
In the good old days of Morse code Shorthand, 73's AKA Best Regards and or
Best Whishes,From
Ron Kolesar
Volunteer Certified Licensed Emergency Communications Station
And
Volunteer Certified Licensed Ham Radio Station
With the Call Sign of KR3DOG








--
Quentin Christensen
Training and Support Manager


Re: In-Process for 7th September is out

Gene
 

This is a long message but the gross and very many inaccuracies in the original message should be corrected. As I explain in my message, having accurate information is very important so blind people can make good choices about if and when to use various programs.

You may have had bad experiences with JAWS but your experience doesn't reflect the general one.

the reason adaptive software for profit is so expensive is that the user base is small and the costs of research and development are paid by a small user base. Other programs that serve a small or very small user base are also very expensive.

You can debate whether JAWS is too expensive but either way, it would be very expensive.

NVDA is largely developed by people making a very low wage, most ;programmers wouldn't work for it and they do so because they are dedicated to the cause, and a good deal of free work gets done.

If JAWS were as prone to problems and as just plain bad as you say, we would see questions and complaints constantly on lists, this isn't working, that doesn't work properly, why is JAWS working in demo mode, that would be a license problem, and so on.

Your account defies common logic and sense because we don't see such things. And where are the complaints of employees and employers, where reliability and productivity are important?

I used JAWS before there was an NVDA and it served me well. There was this or that bug, but in general it worked well and was reliable. I have no reason to believe that isn't the case any longer.

And, whether you know it or not, NVDA uses scripts so what is your point? There may be more people writing scripts for NVDA voluntarily but a racket? Why? Because people have the Gaul to charge for a valuable service? As Biden would say, "come on, man."

In short, both from my experience, which can be argued to be of old versions of JAWS but also just plain common sense and what I don't see on the blindness assistance lists I follow, I see nothing to support your very inaccurate claims and statements.

I won't discuss other things that are important to some JAWS users, such as the ability to have the user customize it without scripting, which can be used to tailor performance with many programs so additional scripts are unnecessary through the use of what JAWS calls frames. I won't discuss the screen echo all setting, which at times, presents useful or necessary information immediately without the need to customize anything. I used hyperterminal for years by simply changing the screen echo to all and I didn’t have to customize a thing.

None of this is to lessen the importance or value of NVDA. But JAWS is important for enough people that it matters that it is around and people should have good information about both screen-readers so that if they want to try or use JAWS for some reason, they won't be discouraged from doing so. Also, for demanding users, it is a good idea to have more than one full screen-reader on a machine even if one is a demo. At times, I use a JAWS demo for some purpose where NVDA doesn't do something well or not at all. I would imagine that if I primarily used JAWS, I would find times where JAWS didn't do something as well or nearly as well as NVDA. As I said, it is important that screen-reader users have accurate information so they may be much better able to make good choices in what they use and how.

Gene

-----Original Message-----
From: Shaun Everiss
Sent: Monday, September 07, 2020 2:37 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] In-Process for 7th September is out



Hmph, if you are happy to pay a load of cash for each version update from freedomscientiffic or visparo etc thats your issue, have issues with licences, need scripts for just about everything like win98 needs drivers, are happy with the possible bad technical support issues going about and are happy that if it screws up you need to repair, reinstall or reformat if it totally goes nuts, not to mention that visparo like suing everyone under the sun well more than I'd like, go ahead.

When I used their stuff it was ok, but yeah, I never really had that many problems with it.

Never got into the payed script racket, either.

I had to repair it once or twice, but that was before it became a beast.

Compaired to nvda well who knows.

The information bandied round the list pluss a few other user experiences not my own pluss the fact that due to jaws and issues causing me to have to reformat to make them completely quit, but mostly information on here pluss what I hear from time to time, especially with how they got all the competing companies bar dolphin and that probably because they only just moved out of using internet explorer puts the impression on me that like microsoft used to be and may still be that this is a monopoly I would really like to see the back of.

I certainly am happy I no longer use their software, and unless I got a job which is what jaws is bandied about by various governments and stuff, I wouldn't touch it unless I had the cash.

To be hhonest this goes for dolphin stuff which is why I got in the beta program but that was for a completely selfish reason that being smuglers, its about all I care about now days.

To be honest, I don't much care for a company who is clearly running a business for the charity, government and enterprise market with prices to high for average users to buy, and needing expensive upgrades and modules for remote access with specialised blindy bits and bobs.

Nvda and things like narator have opened me to the mainstream, and with mainstream devices like the amazon echo devices and smart phones about, when the new normal comes along, I think some of these things will fall away sharply.

Dolphin seems to recognise this, so does avast.

So does nvaccess which is why I use them for most of my stuff.

Now there are a few things nvda does not do, but everything has its limits.

But if you plan to use a wordprocesser, a desktop app, a web brouser or email client or any office app or app using standard controls or terminals then you don't need jaws for that.




Now some of the mega custom apps and the like specialised programs, will need specialised software, and yeah, jaws is what you need and will always need.

Thats not nvda's job.

The job of nvda is to handle all the normal business and home applications that use standard controls, and the like as well as web interfaces.

To be honest that is what may happen, specialised software will need specialised software, and will be charged accordingly.

The only reason I'd get jaws is leasy thats about the only reason I'd buy jaws now.

And to be honest if leasy would just sell its games module then I'd just buy that.







On 7/09/2020 12:55 pm, Ron Kolesar wrote:

Here’s hoping it would make the Microsoft Flight simulator 2020 program more accessible.
Unlike it’s predecessor FSX, FS 2020 is not accessible for we who need to see with our ears.
Even though, all throughout the newsletters and you tube tutorials, it does have accessibility if your sighted.
This in short isn’t fair.
So, here’s hoping the newer upgrade to NVDA is more accessible for we blind flight simmer pilots.
Even though, in my opinion, JAWS is a much better program.
Just my opinion.
Ron Ham Radio and Emergency Communication Station KR3DOG

From: Quentin Christensen
Sent: Sunday, September 6, 2020 19:57
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: [nvda] In-Process for 7th September is out

In-process is out, this week with news on the upcoming NVDACon, a new accessible graphs project, a space-themed accessible RPG and some general tips on making software accessible: https://www.nvaccess.org/post/in-process-7th-september-2020/

Regards

Quentin.


--

Quentin Christensen
Training and Support Manager


Web: www.nvaccess.org
Training: https://www.nvaccess.org/shop/
Certification: https://certification.nvaccess.org/
User group: https://nvda.groups.io/g/nvda
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/NVAccess
Twitter: @NVAccess
In the good old days of Morse code Shorthand, 73's AKA Best Regards and or Best Whishes,From
Ron Kolesar
Volunteer Certified Licensed Emergency Communications Station
And
Volunteer Certified Licensed Ham Radio Station
With the Call Sign of KR3DOG


Re: In-Process for 7th September is out

 

Hmph, if you are happy to pay a load of cash for each version update  from freedomscientiffic or visparo etc thats your issue, have issues with licences, need scripts for just about everything like win98 needs drivers, are happy with the possible bad technical support issues going about and are happy that if it screws up you need to repair, reinstall or reformat if it totally goes nuts, not to mention that visparo like suing everyone under the sun well more than I'd like, go ahead.

When I used their stuff it was ok, but yeah, I never really had that many problems with it.

Never got into the payed script racket, either.

I had to repair it once or twice, but that was before it became a beast.

Compaired to nvda well who knows.

The information bandied round the list pluss a few other user experiences not my own pluss the fact that due to jaws and issues causing me to have to reformat to make them completely quit, but mostly information on here pluss what I hear from time to time, especially with how they got all the competing companies bar dolphin and that probably because they only just moved out of using internet explorer puts the impression on me that like microsoft used to be and may still be that this is a monopoly I would really like to see the back of.

I certainly am happy I no longer use their software, and unless I got a job which is what jaws is bandied about by various governments and stuff, I wouldn't touch it unless I had the cash.

To be hhonest this goes for dolphin stuff which is why I got in the beta program but that was for a completely selfish reason that being smuglers, its about all I care about now days.

To be honest, I don't much care for a company who is clearly running a business for the charity, government and enterprise market with prices to high for average users to buy, and needing expensive upgrades and modules for remote access with specialised blindy bits and bobs.

Nvda and things like narator have opened me to the mainstream, and with mainstream devices like the amazon echo devices and smart phones about, when the new normal comes along, I think some of these things will fall away sharply.

Dolphin seems to recognise this, so does avast.

So does nvaccess which is why I use them for most of my stuff.

Now there are a few things nvda does not do, but everything has its limits.

But if you plan to use a wordprocesser, a desktop app, a web brouser or email client or any office app or app using standard controls or terminals then you don't need jaws for that.


Now some of the mega custom apps and the like specialised programs, will need specialised software, and yeah, jaws is what you need and will always need.

Thats not nvda's job.

The job of nvda is to handle all the normal business and home applications that use standard controls, and the like as well as web interfaces.

To be honest that is what may happen, specialised software will need specialised software, and will be charged accordingly.

The only reason I'd get jaws is leasy thats about the only reason I'd buy jaws now.

And to be honest if leasy would just sell its games module then I'd just buy that.



On 7/09/2020 12:55 pm, Ron Kolesar wrote:
Here’s hoping it would make the Microsoft Flight simulator 2020 program more accessible.
Unlike it’s predecessor FSX, FS 2020 is not accessible for we who need to see with our ears.
Even though, all throughout the newsletters and you tube tutorials, it does have accessibility if your sighted.
This in short isn’t fair.
So, here’s hoping the newer upgrade to NVDA is more accessible for we blind flight simmer pilots.
Even though, in my opinion, JAWS is a much better program.
Just my opinion.
Ron Ham Radio and Emergency Communication Station KR3DOG
 
From: Quentin Christensen
Sent: Sunday, September 6, 2020 19:57
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: [nvda] In-Process for 7th September is out
 
In-process is out, this week with news on the upcoming NVDACon, a new accessible graphs project, a space-themed accessible RPG and some general tips on making software accessible: https://www.nvaccess.org/post/in-process-7th-september-2020/
 
Regards
 
Quentin.
 
--
Quentin Christensen
Training and Support Manager

In the good old days of Morse code Shorthand, 73's AKA Best Regards and or Best Whishes,From
Ron Kolesar
Volunteer Certified Licensed Emergency Communications Station
And
Volunteer Certified Licensed Ham Radio Station
With the Call Sign of KR3DOG


Re: NVDA not able to install completely and gives error

Jim Pipczak
 

Yes.

 

Jim

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of Arlene
Sent: Friday, 4 September 2020 1:36 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] NVDA not able to install completely and gives error

 

Hi, will that do it to any other program you might want rid of? I have a friend who has trouble getting rid of a program. She’s sighted.

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: Jim Pipczak
Sent: September 3, 2020 5:37 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] NVDA not able to install completely and gives error

 

Hi,

 

Press Windows r to bring up the run dialogue box and then type tskill nvda and press the enter key.

 

This will kill the NVDA process. Then reinstall NVDA.

 

Thanks,

Jim

 

-----Original Message-----

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of Mohd. Ahtesham Shaikh

Sent: Thursday, 3 September 2020 8:07 PM

To: nvda@nvda.groups.io

Subject: [nvda] NVDA not able to install completely and gives error

 

Dear all,

Hope all are fine.

I am facing an issue with NVDA.

Suddenly NVDA stopped working and I tried installing it again.

After installation I am hearing jaws say NVDA is not responding and there is a blank dialogue box appearing at the center of the screen.

I tried re-installing several times after completely uninstalling but does not work.

Is there any solution to this problem.

I am using Windows 10 on 64 bit I3 laptop.

 

 

 

Thanks,

 

Ahtesham

 

 

--

Mohd. Ahtesham

From India

Using Windows 8.1 at home and windows 10 pro in office

 

 

 

 

Jim Pipczak

Access Technology Service Development Lead

Client Services

Vision Australia

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Re: Checking file size in the "Properties" dialog using NVDA

hurrikennyandopo ...
 

Hi


Do you want it spoken out before hand? as you arrow to each item or go into the properties of those items? if you have tool tips not checked they will not be spoken out the check box is found under the object  presentation menu.


You might also have to change your view to details view so this happens in the windows menu.


If it is the second one to see the properties either use the shift key + f10 key or the applications key to bring up the context menu then arrow down to properties then press the enter key.

you can get to that information which is usually spoken out by using either screen review or object navigation.


For screen review you could use in this case I am using a desk top layout after you have opened the properties section then hit the nvda key + the number 7 on the numeric keypad this should change it to screen review.


Then you could use the number 9 on the numeric keypad to go down it one line at a time until you hear the info you want to hear..

Using the number 8 key on the numeric keypad does the line you are on while 7 does the previous line, 4 does the previous word, while 5 does the current word and 6 the next word. 1 is the previous character, 2 is current and 3 is next character. This can also be copied if need to.


With object navigation you would use the nvda key + number 1 key on the numeric key pad then use the NVDA key +

 key on the numeirc keypad to get to that same info. You might have to hit it a couple of times to get theere.  again it can be copied.

.


The 2 modes or there are 3 they can get you to parts of a screen that you might not be able to tab to.


Gene nz


On 7/09/2020 12:28 pm, Louise Pfau wrote:
Hi.  How do I check the file size listed in the "Properties" dialog with NVDA?  It was possible to navigate to it with JAWS using the "JAWS" or "invisible" cursors.  When I use the similar NVDA reading commands for reading in scan mode, the only thing that is read is the text of the control with system focus, which is usually the "read-only" checkbox that appears when the "Properties" dialog is first opened.

Thanks,

Louise


Re: I had a good scare

Arlene
 

Oh okay, I’ll have to try that as well.

 

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From: JM Casey
Sent: September 6, 2020 8:29 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] I had a good scare

 

You can also type “desktop” from the run dialogue box if you need to. It works like the “downloads” and “documents” libraries/folders in that sense.

 

 

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of Arlene
Sent: September 6, 2020 5:11 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] I had a good scare

 

Hi Luke, I hit windows M to get to the desktop. It would not come up. So I went to windows X there I found it I hit enter and I was taken to the desktop.  If it happens again. I’ll just hit windows x and there you will find it.

 

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From: Luke Davis
Sent: September 5, 2020 11:21 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] I had a good scare

 

Are you saying that Windows+D or Windows+M would not take you to the desktop?

 

Or are you saying that you had no icons on your desktop, but you could actually

get to the desktop?

 

 

On Sat, 5 Sep 2020, Arlene wrote:

 

> Hi list: Tonight when I took a windows update, I had a real scare! I had no desktop icon.  When I hit windows X I snooped around in there and there I found

> desktop. I hit it and the Icon came back. If that happens to you you hit windows x arrow around until you find it.When you hear desktop, hit enter and you

> are there.  Hit start menue to make sure you have the icon and it will be there.  Then you will find your desktop icon.

 

 

 

 


Re: I had a good scare

JM Casey
 

You can also type “desktop” from the run dialogue box if you need to. It works like the “downloads” and “documents” libraries/folders in that sense.

 

 

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of Arlene
Sent: September 6, 2020 5:11 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] I had a good scare

 

Hi Luke, I hit windows M to get to the desktop. It would not come up. So I went to windows X there I found it I hit enter and I was taken to the desktop.  If it happens again. I’ll just hit windows x and there you will find it.

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: Luke Davis
Sent: September 5, 2020 11:21 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] I had a good scare

 

Are you saying that Windows+D or Windows+M would not take you to the desktop?

 

Or are you saying that you had no icons on your desktop, but you could actually

get to the desktop?

 

 

On Sat, 5 Sep 2020, Arlene wrote:

 

> Hi list: Tonight when I took a windows update, I had a real scare! I had no desktop icon.  When I hit windows X I snooped around in there and there I found

> desktop. I hit it and the Icon came back. If that happens to you you hit windows x arrow around until you find it.When you hear desktop, hit enter and you

> are there.  Hit start menue to make sure you have the icon and it will be there.  Then you will find your desktop icon.

 

 

 


Re: In-Process for 7th September is out

Ron Kolesar
 

Here’s hoping it would make the Microsoft Flight simulator 2020 program more accessible.
Unlike it’s predecessor FSX, FS 2020 is not accessible for we who need to see with our ears.
Even though, all throughout the newsletters and you tube tutorials, it does have accessibility if your sighted.
This in short isn’t fair.
So, here’s hoping the newer upgrade to NVDA is more accessible for we blind flight simmer pilots.
Even though, in my opinion, JAWS is a much better program.
Just my opinion.
Ron Ham Radio and Emergency Communication Station KR3DOG
 

From: Quentin Christensen
Sent: Sunday, September 6, 2020 19:57
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: [nvda] In-Process for 7th September is out
 
In-process is out, this week with news on the upcoming NVDACon, a new accessible graphs project, a space-themed accessible RPG and some general tips on making software accessible: https://www.nvaccess.org/post/in-process-7th-september-2020/
 
Regards
 
Quentin.
 
--
Quentin Christensen
Training and Support Manager

In the good old days of Morse code Shorthand, 73's AKA Best Regards and or Best Whishes,From
Ron Kolesar
Volunteer Certified Licensed Emergency Communications Station
And
Volunteer Certified Licensed Ham Radio Station
With the Call Sign of KR3DOG


Re: Checking file size in the "Properties" dialog using NVDA

Gene
 

I can tell you using commands for the desktop layout. I don't know the laptop layout. But you won't really learn how to use the NVDA navigation modes from this explanation. I haven't used tutorials that teach this so I'll let others discuss those.

To do what you want, open properties.
Go into screen review mode with the command numpad insert numpad 7. That is, hold numpad insert and press numpad 7 while doing so.

Repeat the command until you hear something like screen review mode, though once will probably be enough.
Execute the command shift numpad 7 to move to the top of the screen. Move down the screen with numpad 9. You are moving down the screen by line. You can move very quickly until you hear the information you want. If you want to hear it again, press numpad 8, read current line. If you pass something you want to hear, go back with numpad 7. So numpad 7 is go back a line, numpad 8 is read current line and numpad 9 is move down one line.
Shift numpad 7 moves you to the top of the screen. I'll let you realize what shift numpad 9 does.

After you have finished, be sure you use the command num;pad insert numpad 1 until you are back in object navigation mode. If you don't remember to move back there, you may not get accurate focus when you move around.

Gene

-----Original Message-----
From: Louise Pfau
Sent: Sunday, September 06, 2020 7:28 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: [nvda] Checking file size in the "Properties" dialog using NVDA

Hi. How do I check the file size listed in the "Properties" dialog with NVDA? It was possible to navigate to it with JAWS using the "JAWS" or "invisible" cursors. When I use the similar NVDA reading commands for reading in scan mode, the only thing that is read is the text of the control with system focus, which is usually the "read-only" checkbox that appears when the "Properties" dialog is first opened.

Thanks,

Louise


Re: Checking file size in the "Properties" dialog using NVDA

Tony Ballou
 

Hi,

 

While in properties hit insert-b  and NVDA will read what’s in the dialog box to you. Hope this helps.

 

Tony

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: Louise Pfau
Sent: Sunday, September 6, 2020 8:28 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: [nvda] Checking file size in the "Properties" dialog using NVDA

 

Hi.  How do I check the file size listed in the "Properties" dialog with NVDA?  It was possible to navigate to it with JAWS using the "JAWS" or "invisible" cursors.  When I use the similar NVDA reading commands for reading in scan mode, the only thing that is read is the text of the control with system focus, which is usually the "read-only" checkbox that appears when the "Properties" dialog is first opened.

Thanks,

Louise

 

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