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PC Keyboard Braille Input for NVDA

  • Author: NV Access Limited, Noelia Ruiz Martínez
  • Copyright: 2012-2019 NV Access Limited, Noelia Ruiz Martínez
  • License: GNU General Public License version 2.0
  • Download: stable version (compatible with NVDA 2019.3 or later)
  • Download: development version (compatible with NVDA 2019.3 or later)
  • version 2014.1 (compatible with NVDA 2017.3 to 2019.2)

This NVDA add-on allows braille to be entered via the PC keyboard. Currently, the following keyboard layouts are supported:

  • English QWERTY keyboard.
  • French (France).
  • German (Germany).
  • Italian (Italy).
  • Persian.
  • Portuguese (Portugal).
  • Spanish (Spain and Mexico).
  • Turkish.

How to configure

The add-on can be configured from its category in the NVDA's settings dialog, under NVDA's menu, Preferences submenu. A gesture for opening the add-on settings panel can be assigned from Input gestures dialog, configuration category.

Check the corresponding checkbox if you want to type using only one hand, or ensure it's not checked if you prefer to type using the standard mode (two hands).

You can also select if NVDA should speak a single typed dot (using )the feature of "one hand mode").

How to Use

  1. Press NVDA+0 to enable braille input. This gesture can be changed from Input gestures dialog, Braille category.
  2. Type braille by pressing keys together on the PC keyboard as if it were a braille keyboard.

    • If you want to enter text using two hands, use the following keys if you work with a QWERTY English keyboard, or the keys located at the corresponding positions in other layouts:

      • f, d and s for dots 1, 2 and 3 respectively.
      • j, k and l for dots 4, 5 and 6 respectively.
      • Use the keys a and ; (semi-colon) for dots 7 and 8, respectively.
      • You can also use the keys on the row above; i.e. q, w, e, r, u, i, o and p.
    • If you want to type text using one hand, you can compose characters pressing keys simultaneously or in several keystrokes, adding the dots corresponding to the desired character. Press g or h to type the character when you have added all its dots. If you make a mistake building a character, you can clear the dots before typing it by pressing t or y. The keys used in QWERTY English keyboard are the following:

      • Left hand: f, d, s, r, e, w, a, q for dots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8.
      • Right hand: j, k, l, u, i, o, ; (semicolon), p for dots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8.
  3. You can press most other keys as normal, including space, backspace, enter and function keys. Take care about not pressing alt+shift, since changing the keyboard layout may affect the entered dots.

  4. Press space bar in combination with braille dots to move the system cursor (or report the current line), just if you were using a braille display. For example, space+dot1 to emulate upArrow, space+dot4+dot5+dot6 to emulate control+end, space+dot1+dot4 to report the current line, etc.
  5. Press NVDA+0 to disable braille input.

Important Notes

This add-on uses NVDA's in-built braille input support. Therefore, the input table used is that specified in NVDA's Braille Settings dialog.

Some keyboards, particularly laptop keyboards, cannot handle certain combinations of keys being pressed. When this happens, certain keys are simply ignored. Unfortunately, there is nothing that can be done to fix this, as the keys are simply never received by Windows or NVDA. In some cases, using the upper row of keys with either or both hands might help, as your keyboard may allow these keys.

Changes for 2020.1

  • You can press space bar in combination with braille dots to emulate gestures, similar to commands available in braille displays.
  • Added an option to speak single dots typed in one hand mode.

Contributors

  • James Teh
  • Noelia.
  • Mohammadreza Rashad
  • Cagri Dogan
  • Bernd Dorer
  • Ângelo Abrantes
  • Cyrille Bougot
  • Abdel.


Re: Sounds when scrolling up and down

Gene
 

Misspelled words aren’t flagged unless you are writing something, usually in an edit field.  These are sounds heard on the web site while moving through the site and not writing in anything like an edit field. 
 
I don’t know what you don’t hear when you turn off all sounds in this case so I’m not saying that is a good solution or not.  But it does appear to be an add-on causing the sounds.
 
Gene

-----Original Message-----
From: John Isige
Sent: Thursday, July 08, 2021 3:43 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Sounds when scrolling up and down
 
Could you be hearing misspelled words? If you get into some sort of
editable browser control and turn your sounds back up and misspell
something, it makes this kind of buzzing noise. Maybe you're reading a
bunch of stuff it perceives as being misspelled. I'm suggesting the
experiment of deliberate misspelling so you can know if that's the noise
it was making.


On 7/8/2021 1:40 PM, Nevzat Adil wrote:
> I went to BrowserNav under settings and decreased all the sounds to
> zero. No more sounds when I navigate! ✌
>
> On 7/8/21, Nevzat Adil via groups.io <nevzatadil@...> wrote:
>> I'm using NVDA. When I press enter at an edit box NVDA says "focus
>> mode" and when press escape says "brows mode" But when I begin using
>> the arrow keys or any other like 'h', 'b', or 'n'  I hear beeping  or
>> something like a growling sound. Audio indication of focus/brows mode
>> is unchecked.
>>
>> As someone suggested earlier it could be any of the add ons causing
>> those sounds, but no idea which one. Perhaps I should disable them all
>> to see if the issue continues. Then I can enable them one at a time to
>> find the culprit.
>>
>> On 7/8/21, Andre Fisher <andrefisher729@...> wrote:
>>> Hi.
>>>
>>> Are you sure you're using NVDA and not Narrator?
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>
>> --
>> Nevzat Adil
>> Library of Congress Certified
>> Literary Braille Proofreader
>> C: 512 502 4403
>> e-mail: nevzatadil@...
>> Facebook: m.facebook.com/LiteraryBrailleProofreader
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>





Re: Sounds when scrolling up and down

John Isige
 

Could you be hearing misspelled words? If you get into some sort of
editable browser control and turn your sounds back up and misspell
something, it makes this kind of buzzing noise. Maybe you're reading a
bunch of stuff it perceives as being misspelled. I'm suggesting the
experiment of deliberate misspelling so you can know if that's the noise
it was making.

On 7/8/2021 1:40 PM, Nevzat Adil wrote:
I went to BrowserNav under settings and decreased all the sounds to
zero. No more sounds when I navigate! ✌

On 7/8/21, Nevzat Adil via groups.io <nevzatadil=gmail.com@groups.io> wrote:
I'm using NVDA. When I press enter at an edit box NVDA says "focus
mode" and when press escape says "brows mode" But when I begin using
the arrow keys or any other like 'h', 'b', or 'n' I hear beeping or
something like a growling sound. Audio indication of focus/brows mode
is unchecked.

As someone suggested earlier it could be any of the add ons causing
those sounds, but no idea which one. Perhaps I should disable them all
to see if the issue continues. Then I can enable them one at a time to
find the culprit.

On 7/8/21, Andre Fisher <andrefisher729@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi.

Are you sure you're using NVDA and not Narrator?





--
Nevzat Adil
Library of Congress Certified
Literary Braille Proofreader
C: 512 502 4403
e-mail: nevzatadil@gmail.com
Facebook: m.facebook.com/LiteraryBrailleProofreader






Accessibility With Dell Mobile Connect

Phillip Gross
 

Have any of you figured out how to make Dell mobile connect accessible? I can see the different options: transfer files, notifications, calls, and text messages. I can read my notifications but not my text messages. That screen is blank. I can write a text message but only if I manually type in the contact's number. I can't read my sent message. 

Anyway, I figured it couldn't hurt to ask here and on the JAWS list.


Brailliant 32 maths input query

Jane Sharp
 

Hi

I’m using a Humanware Brailliant 32 with NVDA, with the Braille Extender Add-on installed. When brailling into Notepad it works just fine for letters but when I try and braille maths I have to leave a space between each character or press the dots for the first braille cell twice. So for example, if I want 3(x+4), I would have to press 3456 twice followed by 14 to get number sign 3, then press dot 5 twice followed by 126 to get left paren etc. or leave a space between each character. Can anyone suggest how I can change this behaviour?

Jane


Re: Add-on Updater 21.07 #addonrelease

 

Hi,

In a way, they are synonymous.

Cheers,

Joseph


Re: Add-on Updater 21.07 #addonrelease

Louise Pfau
 

Please excuse my ignorance, but is a toast notification the same thing as a regular Windows 10 notification?  I’ve heard the term, but I didn’t fully understand the explanation.  Do they appear in the actions centre with the rest of the Windows 10 notifications?
 
Thanks,
 
Louise


Re: Sounds when scrolling up and down

 

I went to BrowserNav under settings and decreased all the sounds to
zero. No more sounds when I navigate! ✌

On 7/8/21, Nevzat Adil via groups.io <nevzatadil=gmail.com@groups.io> wrote:
I'm using NVDA. When I press enter at an edit box NVDA says "focus
mode" and when press escape says "brows mode" But when I begin using
the arrow keys or any other like 'h', 'b', or 'n' I hear beeping or
something like a growling sound. Audio indication of focus/brows mode
is unchecked.

As someone suggested earlier it could be any of the add ons causing
those sounds, but no idea which one. Perhaps I should disable them all
to see if the issue continues. Then I can enable them one at a time to
find the culprit.

On 7/8/21, Andre Fisher <andrefisher729@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi.

Are you sure you're using NVDA and not Narrator?






--
Nevzat Adil
Library of Congress Certified
Literary Braille Proofreader
C: 512 502 4403
e-mail: nevzatadil@gmail.com
Facebook: m.facebook.com/LiteraryBrailleProofreader





--
Nevzat Adil
Library of Congress Certified
Literary Braille Proofreader
C: 512 502 4403
e-mail: nevzatadil@gmail.com
Facebook: m.facebook.com/LiteraryBrailleProofreader


Re: Sounds when scrolling up and down

 

I'm using NVDA. When I press enter at an edit box NVDA says "focus
mode" and when press escape says "brows mode" But when I begin using
the arrow keys or any other like 'h', 'b', or 'n' I hear beeping or
something like a growling sound. Audio indication of focus/brows mode
is unchecked.

As someone suggested earlier it could be any of the add ons causing
those sounds, but no idea which one. Perhaps I should disable them all
to see if the issue continues. Then I can enable them one at a time to
find the culprit.

On 7/8/21, Andre Fisher <andrefisher729@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi.

Are you sure you're using NVDA and not Narrator?





--
Nevzat Adil
Library of Congress Certified
Literary Braille Proofreader
C: 512 502 4403
e-mail: nevzatadil@gmail.com
Facebook: m.facebook.com/LiteraryBrailleProofreader


Re: Sounds when scrolling up and down

Andre Fisher
 

Hi.

Are you sure you're using NVDA and not Narrator?


Re: object enhancer addon

Rui Fontes
 

Hello!


I am not the best person to answer those questions since I am not the author and my knowledge of the add-on is from some basic tests...


But, let's go to the answers:

I wonder if you could give a concrete example of how this add on works.


Let's assume the QTranslate app...

It have some buttons and three edit fields unlabelled...

Focused in a unlabelled edit field, you press NVDA+Control+Tab to invoke the create definition dialog...

The first thing is gaving a name to the defition.

Tabing you will get to Filter criteria. One more tab and you can activate the add buton to add a criteria. In this case I have selected windowControlID; Value: 0 since I knew the ID are different to each control...

The program will add the respective ID number to the form and you just press Confirm...

Keep tabing, you will find Attribute changes.

One more tab and activate the add button.

Here I have choosed name, because I want to give a name to the button...


The other controls I have not yet explored properly...



Is it something like a JAWS graphics labeller?

No, more like Control ID labeller, or something like that, also accessed with Insert+control+Tab... If my memory do not fail...



If so, if you make the changes, will this affect other such buttons/items that exist in other programs where they are properly operating before any changes?


No, each definition is saved in a file with the name of the app in regard...

Rui Fontes


Re: object enhancer addon

Ron Canazzi
 

Hi Rui,

I wonder if you could give a concrete example of how this add on works. It sounds quite complex.  Is it something like a JAWS graphics labeller?  If so, if you make the changes, will this affect other such buttons/items that exist in other programs where they are properly operating before any changes?

This may be one of the disadvantages of not having scripting for many programs such as JAWS does.

On 7/8/2021 12:51 PM, Rui Fontes wrote:

A rapid automatic translation with few corrections...

I think it gaves a good idea how it works...


I have already construct the add-on package...


The translation is below my name...


Rui Fontes



# Object Enhancer
* Author: Babbage B.V. <info@...>

Object Enhancer allows you to change how NVDA announces objects on the screen using an intuitive interface. It can be used to change the label of an object, but depending on how you're using it, has functionality to change basically any property of an object.

Changes to an object are saved in a definition.
A definition contains:

* Criteria that have to apply in order for the definition to match
* Attribute changes that will be applied to every object that matches the definition
* Optional relationships with other definitions. A definition can inherrit criteria from other definitions

## Creating your own definitions
Object Enhancer has a graphical interface to make new definitions and edit existing definitions.

To create a new definition for the current navigator object, press NVDA + CONTROL + TAB. This opens the new Definition dialog if no definition is found for the current object, and the existing definition is processed if there is a definition is to edit.

NVDA + Control + Shift + tab opens the main dialog box of the add-on with which you can find out existing definitions and edit existing definitions.

Please note that when you want to make a definition quickly, you can do it best with NVDA + Control + Tab, because you can automatically have certain properties of the object to take over.
For example, when you press this shortcut when the current navigator object is a list item, you can automatically add the current name, role or location to the definition.

### NVDA + Control + Shift + tab opens the main dialog box of the add-on with which you can find out existing definitions and edit existing definitions.

Please note that when you want to make a definition quickly, you can do it best with NVDA + Control + Tab, because you can automatically have certain properties of the object to take over.
For example, when you press this shortcut when the current navigator object is a list item, you can automatically add the current name, role or location to the definition.
NVDA + Control + Shift + tab opens the main dialog box of the add-on with which you can find out existing definitions and edit existing definitions.

Please note that when you want to make a definition quickly, you can do it best with NVDA + Control + Tab, because you can automatically have certain properties of the object to take over.
For example, when you press this shortcut when the current navigator object is a list item, you can automatically add the current name, role or location to the definition.

NVDA + Control + Shift + tab opens the main dialog box of the add-on with which you can find out existing definitions and edit existing definitions.

Please note that when you want to make a definition quickly, you can do it best with NVDA + Control + Tab, because you can automatically have certain properties of the object to take over.
For example, when you press this shortcut when the current navigator object is a list item, you can automatically add the current name, role or location to the definition.

### The Edit New Definition / Definition dialog box consists of the following items:
#### Definition name
A unique name for your definition that you use to recognize it later, and to link it to a different definition if necessary.

#### Filter criteria:
These are the criteria to be used to apply the definition. You can filter on attributes / properties of an object.

Press Add to add a new criteria.
You can choose from the list of relevant object attributes or give up an attribute yourself.
For example, you can choose the WindowsControlID option from the list of attributes, after which the input fields for attribute and value are entered automatically.
For example, if you want to match an object with IAccessibleRole = 10 (ROLE_SYSTEM_CLIENT), you can also do this manually.

You can also edit the current filter criteria or add an extra value to filter, when you want to match an object that, for example, the value 15 or 16 has for WindowControllID.

#### Attribute changes
In the list of attribute changes you can specify which characteristics of the object should be changed. In most cases you probably want to change the name (name) or description (description).

#### Inherit settings from definition / definition is abstractSettings Overflows of definition / definition is abstract
With this drop-down list and this check box you can set a relationship between different definitions.

Imagine that you have to label multiple buttons in one application.
All buttons have a magicbutton window class name.
You can make a definition with WindowClass = MagicButton and the Definition check box is abstract, do not use it directly.
In the following definitions your settings can overflow from the definition of MagicButton, so that the new definition will behave as if windowClassName = MagicButton is specified as a filter criterion.

#### Treat criteria for object location as absolute screen coordinates
When this option is enabled, location criteria from the criteria section are treated as all other attributes. This means that if you define Locaton = (1, 2, 3, 4), any object without this absolute location does not match.

However, if this option is disabled, this has a large effect on object definitions with more than one location.
For more details we refer you to the English documentation.

#### Definition error handling
With this drop-down list you can decide what should happen if an error occurs when evaluating this definition:

* If set to continuue, the error is ignored and the evaluation continues
* If set to Break, the evaluation is demolished
* If set to Raise, a failing evaluation causes a traceback.

Do not apply this option unless you know what you do, eg because you are a NVDA or Python developer.

Às 16:22 de 08/07/2021, Josh Kennedy escreveu:

Hi

I found an object enhancer addon, it needs packaging, updating to python3, and some English translation. Is there anyone on list who could do this? This addon will let you customize objects just like you can with jaws. The link for the addon is:

 

https://github.com/BabbageCom/objEnhancer

 

Josh

 

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 


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Re: Sounds when scrolling up and down

Gene
 

In browse mode settings, the shortcut command to open that dialog is control NVDA key b, tab around and you will see a checkbox that says something like audio indication of focus and browse modes.  If this is checked, uncheck it with the space bar.  Then activate the ok button.
 
I’m not sure if that is the problem but I can’t think of any other possible cause.
 
As I recall, NVDA doesn’t change modes when it comes across buttons and radio buttons.  That’s why I’m doubtful that is the solution but, as I said, I can’t think of any other possible cause.
 
Gene

-----Original Message-----
Sent: Thursday, July 08, 2021 10:35 AM
Subject: [nvda] Sounds when scrolling up and down
 
Hi Group,

Although I changed nothing, starting this morning NVDA began making
beeping and other kinds of sounds as I scroll up or down or move among
buttons and check boxes.
-- Where in the menus can I change it to as it used to be?
Nevzat Adil
Library of Congress Certified
Literary Braille Proofreader
C: 512 502 4403
e-mail: nevzatadil@...
Facebook: m.facebook.com/LiteraryBrailleProofreader





Re: object enhancer addon

Rui Fontes
 

A rapid automatic translation with few corrections...

I think it gaves a good idea how it works...


I have already construct the add-on package...


The translation is below my name...


Rui Fontes



# Object Enhancer
* Author: Babbage B.V. <info@...>

Object Enhancer allows you to change how NVDA announces objects on the screen using an intuitive interface. It can be used to change the label of an object, but depending on how you're using it, has functionality to change basically any property of an object.

Changes to an object are saved in a definition.
A definition contains:

* Criteria that have to apply in order for the definition to match
* Attribute changes that will be applied to every object that matches the definition
* Optional relationships with other definitions. A definition can inherrit criteria from other definitions

## Creating your own definitions
Object Enhancer has a graphical interface to make new definitions and edit existing definitions.

To create a new definition for the current navigator object, press NVDA + CONTROL + TAB. This opens the new Definition dialog if no definition is found for the current object, and the existing definition is processed if there is a definition is to edit.

NVDA + Control + Shift + tab opens the main dialog box of the add-on with which you can find out existing definitions and edit existing definitions.

Please note that when you want to make a definition quickly, you can do it best with NVDA + Control + Tab, because you can automatically have certain properties of the object to take over.
For example, when you press this shortcut when the current navigator object is a list item, you can automatically add the current name, role or location to the definition.

### NVDA + Control + Shift + tab opens the main dialog box of the add-on with which you can find out existing definitions and edit existing definitions.

Please note that when you want to make a definition quickly, you can do it best with NVDA + Control + Tab, because you can automatically have certain properties of the object to take over.
For example, when you press this shortcut when the current navigator object is a list item, you can automatically add the current name, role or location to the definition.
NVDA + Control + Shift + tab opens the main dialog box of the add-on with which you can find out existing definitions and edit existing definitions.

Please note that when you want to make a definition quickly, you can do it best with NVDA + Control + Tab, because you can automatically have certain properties of the object to take over.
For example, when you press this shortcut when the current navigator object is a list item, you can automatically add the current name, role or location to the definition.

NVDA + Control + Shift + tab opens the main dialog box of the add-on with which you can find out existing definitions and edit existing definitions.

Please note that when you want to make a definition quickly, you can do it best with NVDA + Control + Tab, because you can automatically have certain properties of the object to take over.
For example, when you press this shortcut when the current navigator object is a list item, you can automatically add the current name, role or location to the definition.

### The Edit New Definition / Definition dialog box consists of the following items:
#### Definition name
A unique name for your definition that you use to recognize it later, and to link it to a different definition if necessary.

#### Filter criteria:
These are the criteria to be used to apply the definition. You can filter on attributes / properties of an object.

Press Add to add a new criteria.
You can choose from the list of relevant object attributes or give up an attribute yourself.
For example, you can choose the WindowsControlID option from the list of attributes, after which the input fields for attribute and value are entered automatically.
For example, if you want to match an object with IAccessibleRole = 10 (ROLE_SYSTEM_CLIENT), you can also do this manually.

You can also edit the current filter criteria or add an extra value to filter, when you want to match an object that, for example, the value 15 or 16 has for WindowControllID.

#### Attribute changes
In the list of attribute changes you can specify which characteristics of the object should be changed. In most cases you probably want to change the name (name) or description (description).

#### Inherit settings from definition / definition is abstractSettings Overflows of definition / definition is abstract
With this drop-down list and this check box you can set a relationship between different definitions.

Imagine that you have to label multiple buttons in one application.
All buttons have a magicbutton window class name.
You can make a definition with WindowClass = MagicButton and the Definition check box is abstract, do not use it directly.
In the following definitions your settings can overflow from the definition of MagicButton, so that the new definition will behave as if windowClassName = MagicButton is specified as a filter criterion.

#### Treat criteria for object location as absolute screen coordinates
When this option is enabled, location criteria from the criteria section are treated as all other attributes. This means that if you define Locaton = (1, 2, 3, 4), any object without this absolute location does not match.

However, if this option is disabled, this has a large effect on object definitions with more than one location.
For more details we refer you to the English documentation.

#### Definition error handling
With this drop-down list you can decide what should happen if an error occurs when evaluating this definition:

* If set to continuue, the error is ignored and the evaluation continues
* If set to Break, the evaluation is demolished
* If set to Raise, a failing evaluation causes a traceback.

Do not apply this option unless you know what you do, eg because you are a NVDA or Python developer.

Às 16:22 de 08/07/2021, Josh Kennedy escreveu:

Hi

I found an object enhancer addon, it needs packaging, updating to python3, and some English translation. Is there anyone on list who could do this? This addon will let you customize objects just like you can with jaws. The link for the addon is:

 

https://github.com/BabbageCom/objEnhancer

 

Josh

 

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 


Re: Sounds when scrolling up and down

Chris
 

Thats sounds like a add-on of some sort or program you are using, but not NVDA itself

 

 

From: Nevzat Adil
Sent: 08 July 2021 16:36
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: [nvda] Sounds when scrolling up and down

 

Hi Group,

 

Although I changed nothing, starting this morning NVDA began making

beeping and other kinds of sounds as I scroll up or down or move among

buttons and check boxes.

-- Where in the menus can I change it to as it used to be?

Nevzat Adil

Library of Congress Certified

Literary Braille Proofreader

C: 512 502 4403

e-mail: nevzatadil@...

Facebook: m.facebook.com/LiteraryBrailleProofreader

 

 

 

 

 


Re: Translation Capability

 

I got it. Thanks.

On 7/7/21, Gene <gsasner@gmail.com> wrote:
There is a translation add-on. These sorts of features, which aren’t
related to the defined function of a screen-reader are usually found in
add-ons.

The official add-ons page is here:
https://addons.nvda-project.org/index.en.html

Add-ons on this page have been inspected, tested, and approved by NVDA
evaluators. There are add-ons from other places and I’m not saying to use
or not to use them, but since add-ons have the ability to do all sorts of
things and can function as malware, you may want to be careful which
unapproved ones you use.

the name of the translation add-on is Instant Translate.

Gene
----- Original Message-----
From: Nevzat Adil
Sent: Wednesday, July 07, 2021 5:51 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: [nvda] Translation Capability

Hi Group[,

I was told NVDA has language translation capability, but checking the
menus I was not able to spot it.
For instance, with a combination of keystrokes NVDA will translate a
language into another.
Does anyone know about this?
--
Nevzat Adil
Library of Congress Certified
Literary Braille Proofreader
C: 512 502 4403
e-mail: nevzatadil@gmail.com
Facebook: m.facebook.com/LiteraryBrailleProofreader









--
Nevzat Adil
Library of Congress Certified
Literary Braille Proofreader
C: 512 502 4403
e-mail: nevzatadil@gmail.com
Facebook: m.facebook.com/LiteraryBrailleProofreader


Sounds when scrolling up and down

 

Hi Group,

Although I changed nothing, starting this morning NVDA began making
beeping and other kinds of sounds as I scroll up or down or move among
buttons and check boxes.
-- Where in the menus can I change it to as it used to be?
Nevzat Adil
Library of Congress Certified
Literary Braille Proofreader
C: 512 502 4403
e-mail: nevzatadil@gmail.com
Facebook: m.facebook.com/LiteraryBrailleProofreader


object enhancer addon

Josh Kennedy
 

Hi

I found an object enhancer addon, it needs packaging, updating to python3, and some English translation. Is there anyone on list who could do this? This addon will let you customize objects just like you can with jaws. The link for the addon is:

 

https://github.com/BabbageCom/objEnhancer

 

Josh

 

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 


Re: NVDA and Windows 11

Joseph Norton
 

Hi again:

 

Sorry, I should have read further before posting the previous message.

 

At any rate, I have no issues or problems that I can’t handle, as far as I know, and I’ll limit it to that.

 

Again, thanks to all NVDA developers for giving all of us another great choice.

 

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of Joseph Norton via groups.io
Sent: Thursday, July 8, 2021 11:03 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io Integration <nvda@nvda.groups.io>
Subject: [nvda] NVDA and Windows 11

 

Hi listers:

 

Well, I am running Windows 11 from the Insider Dev channel, and, NVDA is giving more constructive feedback than the Shark.

 

So, my hat’s off to the NVDA developers again.

 

Keep up the great work.

 

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 


NVDA and Windows 11

Joseph Norton
 

Hi listers:

 

Well, I am running Windows 11 from the Insider Dev channel, and, NVDA is giving more constructive feedback than the Shark.

 

So, my hat’s off to the NVDA developers again.

 

Keep up the great work.

 

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

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