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Re: NVDA announcing Capital letters

Chris Mullins
 

Hi

In the voice settings NVDA+Ctrl+v, there is a setting for capitals which can be set to a pitch change, beep or announcement of “Cap” when capitals are encountered.

 

Cheers

Chris

 

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From: Don H
Sent: 18 January 2022 13:47
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: [nvda] NVDA announcing Capital letters

 

Is there a setting in NVDA that causes the word capital to be spoken on

capital letters?

 

 

 

 

 


Re: NVDA announcing Capital letters

Gene
 

It isn't limited to typing.  If you move by letter through a document, you will hear cap spoken when you are on a capital letter.  The beep option works the same way.  All options, raise pitch, beep, and say cap, all change what is done when both typing and moving by character.


Gene

On 1/18/2022 7:53 AM, Fawaz Abdul rahman wrote:
Hi,
if you mean while typing, then yes.
in the voice settings, you can find:
Say cap before capitals  check box  not checked  Alt+c
you can check it or use the beep option which is right after the cap option.
good luck.

On Tue, Jan 18, 2022 at 4:47 PM Don H <lmddh50@...> wrote:
Is there a setting in NVDA that causes the word capital to be spoken on
capital letters?






Re: NVDA announcing Capital letters

Fawaz Abdul rahman
 

Hi,
if you mean while typing, then yes.
in the voice settings, you can find:
Say cap before capitals  check box  not checked  Alt+c
you can check it or use the beep option which is right after the cap option.
good luck.


On Tue, Jan 18, 2022 at 4:47 PM Don H <lmddh50@...> wrote:
Is there a setting in NVDA that causes the word capital to be spoken on
capital letters?






NVDA announcing Capital letters

Don H
 

Is there a setting in NVDA that causes the word capital to be spoken on capital letters?


Re: NVDA add-on CloudVision

alexey
 

I have made a new version of  the CloudVision  add-on
v3.0.0.1 Latest
Added recognition of files that are selected in Windows Explorer.
The idea is copied from the "Nao (NVDA Advanced OCR)" addon.
Press NVDA+CTRL+I in Explorer on the selected file without opening this file.
Try.
The original image will be sent for recognition.
https://github.com/alekssamos/cloudvision/releases/download/v3.0.0.1/CloudVision-3.0.0.1.nvda-addon


Re: a big thank you to the programmers

Steve Nutt
 

Yes, so does Narrator.

 

All the best


Steve

 

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From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of Brian Vogel
Sent: 15 January 2022 23:56
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] a big thank you to the programmers

 

Doesn't JAWS do this as well?  NVDA and JAWS both have had shortcuts for links (whether visited or unvisited), visited link, and unvisited link, in their keyboard shortcuts for as long as I can remember.  I also thought both announced, when you landed on a link, it's previous visitation status.

I'm just curious if any JAWS and NVDA users, and I know we've got those, can either confirm or refute my memory.  I just realized a couple of days ago that it has been almost 4 years since I last had a client where I was tutoring JAWS.
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Re: backing up NVDA settings

Gene
 

Also, you are discussing something entirely different than I was discussing.  I am not discussing a user following instructions from a tech that may be repairing something and that the person may not understand all of or remember them all.  I am saying that if a user changes the voice, turns off reporting of links because he/she is reading an article so full of links that it is distracting to read it, changes the punctuation level, or a lot of other settings, that whether the user remembers all the changes or not, it should be up to the user to decide what to do.  The situation you are discussing is completely outside of the purpose of my proposal.


Gene

On 1/18/2022 12:22 AM, Gene via groups.io wrote:

There may be times when someone makes various changes and doesn't remember what they all are because there are a lot of them or the person just doesn't recall.  In that case, the person can decide, when the prompt is displayed if he/she wants to save the settings or not. 


What you say is true.  But my proposal leaves that decision to the user.  it isn't made automatically.  Settings won't be automatically saved, wanted or not because a computer spontaneously reboots, the user forgets that he has made changes and closes NVDA for some reason, or the person reboots or shuts down Windows which results in NVDA being shut down.  The point of my proposal is to change only one thing, to ;prompt the user so the user decides. 


\Gene

On 1/17/2022 11:51 PM, mike mcglashon wrote:

Quoted:

I believe I addressed your questions in my previous message. 

I sent it before I saw yours. 

I wouldn't inform the user of anything about what or where changes have been made. 

I would display the same dialog any time any settings have  been changed. 

[Its up to the user to remember what changes were made and determine if he/she wants to save them.] 

End quote:

 

To whom this may concern:

I do not think this is fair to assume on the behest of the “average computer user” (sighted or blind);

Many people hit buttons, checkboxes, edit boxes, etc in hopes of getting their computer to work the way “it used too”;.

The statement above expects the patient to remember what he told the doctor on his previous visit to verify his symptoms are legit;

Many of us, (including me… guilty…);,

Often hit buttons and other controls to attempt to get the computer we wanted to do something like before;

I do appreciate any technician to walk me through a process to get us where we wish to be;

And,

I appreciate the fact that they expect that I would not remember such settings to get us back or to where we need to be;

Hence, a techie can get a person such as I back on the forest trail and continue with the hike;

 

 

Please advise as you like.

 

Mike M.

 

Mike mcglashon

Email: Michael.mcglashon@...

Ph: 618 783 9331

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of Gene
Sent: Monday, January 17, 2022 4:52 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] backing up NVDA settings

 

I believe I addressed your questions in my previous message.  I sent it before I saw yours.  I wouldn't inform the user of anything about what or where changes have been made.  I would display the same dialog any time any settings have  been changed.  Its up to the user to remember what changes were made and determine if he/she wants to save them. 

 

If you are saying there are technical problems with the program knowing when to display the dialog, that's a question I don't have the knowledge to address.

 

Gene

On 1/17/2022 3:28 PM, Joseph Lee wrote:

Hi,

Saving configuration is done in five steps:

  1. NVDA will see if it should save settings when exiting.
  2. If told to save settings, NVDA will first notify add-ons and other components that settings are about to be saved. This allows add-ons and other components to perform actions such as evaluating their own settings.
  3. Normal configuration is saved. This is mandatory.
  4. Modified configuration profiles are saved, if any.
  5. NVDA informs add-ons and other components that NVDA settings were saved. Add-ons will then perform actions such as saving their own settings.

A potential confusion can arise if NVDA is told to show config save prompt and:

  1. Multiple profiles other than normal configuration were edited.
  2. At least one of the modified profiles have multiple settings not saved yet.

Adding to the confusion is that:

  1. Internally, settings are stored as Python dictionaries, and settings (keys) are defined with text that are not easily translated for users. For example, show exit options is internally known as "askToExit", but in general settings it is labeled "Show exit options when exiting NVDA". Not all options are like this - in object presentation settings, "report notifications" is internally called "reportHelpBalloons". This is why the wording between nvda.ini is not the same as the ones shown in Settings screen.
  2. A setting may rely on more than one underlying configuration representation. For example, report indentation setting from document formatting panel relies on two flags: the actual line indentation reporting flag, and a flag indicating indentation announcement with tones. A bitwise operation is used to configure these flags for a total of four options: indentation off, indentation speech, indentation tone, indentation speech and tone.

Imagine a user is told about profile name and the exact setting that's different, and suppose the internal option names are used. Moreover, imagine the primary language of this user is not English. I hope you understand what I'm talking about.

Hope this helps.

Cheers,

Joseph


Re: backing up NVDA settings

Gene
 

There may be times when someone makes various changes and doesn't remember what they all are because there are a lot of them or the person just doesn't recall.  In that case, the person can decide, when the prompt is displayed if he/she wants to save the settings or not. 


What you say is true.  But my proposal leaves that decision to the user.  it isn't made automatically.  Settings won't be automatically saved, wanted or not because a computer spontaneously reboots, the user forgets that he has made changes and closes NVDA for some reason, or the person reboots or shuts down Windows which results in NVDA being shut down.  The point of my proposal is to change only one thing, to ;prompt the user so the user decides. 


\Gene

On 1/17/2022 11:51 PM, mike mcglashon wrote:

Quoted:

I believe I addressed your questions in my previous message. 

I sent it before I saw yours. 

I wouldn't inform the user of anything about what or where changes have been made. 

I would display the same dialog any time any settings have  been changed. 

[Its up to the user to remember what changes were made and determine if he/she wants to save them.] 

End quote:

 

To whom this may concern:

I do not think this is fair to assume on the behest of the “average computer user” (sighted or blind);

Many people hit buttons, checkboxes, edit boxes, etc in hopes of getting their computer to work the way “it used too”;.

The statement above expects the patient to remember what he told the doctor on his previous visit to verify his symptoms are legit;

Many of us, (including me… guilty…);,

Often hit buttons and other controls to attempt to get the computer we wanted to do something like before;

I do appreciate any technician to walk me through a process to get us where we wish to be;

And,

I appreciate the fact that they expect that I would not remember such settings to get us back or to where we need to be;

Hence, a techie can get a person such as I back on the forest trail and continue with the hike;

 

 

Please advise as you like.

 

Mike M.

 

Mike mcglashon

Email: Michael.mcglashon@...

Ph: 618 783 9331

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of Gene
Sent: Monday, January 17, 2022 4:52 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] backing up NVDA settings

 

I believe I addressed your questions in my previous message.  I sent it before I saw yours.  I wouldn't inform the user of anything about what or where changes have been made.  I would display the same dialog any time any settings have  been changed.  Its up to the user to remember what changes were made and determine if he/she wants to save them. 

 

If you are saying there are technical problems with the program knowing when to display the dialog, that's a question I don't have the knowledge to address.

 

Gene

On 1/17/2022 3:28 PM, Joseph Lee wrote:

Hi,

Saving configuration is done in five steps:

  1. NVDA will see if it should save settings when exiting.
  2. If told to save settings, NVDA will first notify add-ons and other components that settings are about to be saved. This allows add-ons and other components to perform actions such as evaluating their own settings.
  3. Normal configuration is saved. This is mandatory.
  4. Modified configuration profiles are saved, if any.
  5. NVDA informs add-ons and other components that NVDA settings were saved. Add-ons will then perform actions such as saving their own settings.

A potential confusion can arise if NVDA is told to show config save prompt and:

  1. Multiple profiles other than normal configuration were edited.
  2. At least one of the modified profiles have multiple settings not saved yet.

Adding to the confusion is that:

  1. Internally, settings are stored as Python dictionaries, and settings (keys) are defined with text that are not easily translated for users. For example, show exit options is internally known as "askToExit", but in general settings it is labeled "Show exit options when exiting NVDA". Not all options are like this - in object presentation settings, "report notifications" is internally called "reportHelpBalloons". This is why the wording between nvda.ini is not the same as the ones shown in Settings screen.
  2. A setting may rely on more than one underlying configuration representation. For example, report indentation setting from document formatting panel relies on two flags: the actual line indentation reporting flag, and a flag indicating indentation announcement with tones. A bitwise operation is used to configure these flags for a total of four options: indentation off, indentation speech, indentation tone, indentation speech and tone.

Imagine a user is told about profile name and the exact setting that's different, and suppose the internal option names are used. Moreover, imagine the primary language of this user is not English. I hope you understand what I'm talking about.

Hope this helps.

Cheers,

Joseph


Re: backing up NVDA settings

mike mcglashon
 

Quoted:

I believe I addressed your questions in my previous message. 

I sent it before I saw yours. 

I wouldn't inform the user of anything about what or where changes have been made. 

I would display the same dialog any time any settings have  been changed. 

[Its up to the user to remember what changes were made and determine if he/she wants to save them.] 

End quote:

 

To whom this may concern:

I do not think this is fair to assume on the behest of the “average computer user” (sighted or blind);

Many people hit buttons, checkboxes, edit boxes, etc in hopes of getting their computer to work the way “it used too”;.

The statement above expects the patient to remember what he told the doctor on his previous visit to verify his symptoms are legit;

Many of us, (including me… guilty…);,

Often hit buttons and other controls to attempt to get the computer we wanted to do something like before;

I do appreciate any technician to walk me through a process to get us where we wish to be;

And,

I appreciate the fact that they expect that I would not remember such settings to get us back or to where we need to be;

Hence, a techie can get a person such as I back on the forest trail and continue with the hike;

 

 

Please advise as you like.

 

Mike M.

 

Mike mcglashon

Email: Michael.mcglashon@...

Ph: 618 783 9331

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of Gene
Sent: Monday, January 17, 2022 4:52 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] backing up NVDA settings

 

I believe I addressed your questions in my previous message.  I sent it before I saw yours.  I wouldn't inform the user of anything about what or where changes have been made.  I would display the same dialog any time any settings have  been changed.  Its up to the user to remember what changes were made and determine if he/she wants to save them. 

 

If you are saying there are technical problems with the program knowing when to display the dialog, that's a question I don't have the knowledge to address.

 

Gene

On 1/17/2022 3:28 PM, Joseph Lee wrote:

Hi,

Saving configuration is done in five steps:

  1. NVDA will see if it should save settings when exiting.
  2. If told to save settings, NVDA will first notify add-ons and other components that settings are about to be saved. This allows add-ons and other components to perform actions such as evaluating their own settings.
  3. Normal configuration is saved. This is mandatory.
  4. Modified configuration profiles are saved, if any.
  5. NVDA informs add-ons and other components that NVDA settings were saved. Add-ons will then perform actions such as saving their own settings.

A potential confusion can arise if NVDA is told to show config save prompt and:

  1. Multiple profiles other than normal configuration were edited.
  2. At least one of the modified profiles have multiple settings not saved yet.

Adding to the confusion is that:

  1. Internally, settings are stored as Python dictionaries, and settings (keys) are defined with text that are not easily translated for users. For example, show exit options is internally known as "askToExit", but in general settings it is labeled "Show exit options when exiting NVDA". Not all options are like this - in object presentation settings, "report notifications" is internally called "reportHelpBalloons". This is why the wording between nvda.ini is not the same as the ones shown in Settings screen.
  2. A setting may rely on more than one underlying configuration representation. For example, report indentation setting from document formatting panel relies on two flags: the actual line indentation reporting flag, and a flag indicating indentation announcement with tones. A bitwise operation is used to configure these flags for a total of four options: indentation off, indentation speech, indentation tone, indentation speech and tone.

Imagine a user is told about profile name and the exact setting that's different, and suppose the internal option names are used. Moreover, imagine the primary language of this user is not English. I hope you understand what I'm talking about.

Hope this helps.

Cheers,

Joseph


Re: Ms Russian Voices and NVDA

Mary Otten
 

I was going to try the one core voices, but not if somebody else has already tried and found them wanting when it comes to not badly mangling text in the Latin alphabet. Ivona voices are not updatable, so far as I am aware. I was just asking if anybody had actual experience before going through the process of finding out how to d/l etc and then doing it and possibly having to uninstall if they bomb out. I was not therilled with code factory English, and am not aware of what they have in Russian and don't want to pay for it unless I can try it first to see how it goes.

On 1/17/2022 5:32 PM, Shaun Everiss wrote:
Ivona voices are not sold anymore to indeviduals which is a pitty same with acapella unless you buy the nvda versions.

However if your russion voice is really shitting itself that bad then maybe it needs updating or you should use a more updated one.

Its dictionaries may be incomplete or bugged.

So code factory voices have russian as a language.

But have you tried to install the onecore voices which will have slavic and russion languages of different types?

You can add more voices from the accessibility in settings in narator and add more voices.



On 18/01/2022 1:43 pm, Mary Otten wrote:
This might be on the border of inappropriate, but here goes:


I have a Russian voice that I purchased some time ago from a 3rd party vendor, and it works with NVDA. However, there is one really serious problem with it. If you are on a page with mixed English and Cyrillic, the Russian voice really falls apart. Rather than just reading the English in a Russian accent, which is what happens on an iPhone, for instance, my speech synthesizer from the Ivona company pronounces the English in some way that is really quite impossible to understand. So I'm wondering if there is anybody on here who speaks Russian and has had occasion to download and use either of the MS voices for Windows 10. If these voices act like the one I already have, then there is no point in going there. But if they don't mangle the English because they use pronunciation rules, perhaps because the synth is from Poland, where they use the Latin alphabet and have their own phonetic rules, then I'm going to go through the process of installing the voices and hope for decent results.


Mary









Re: Ms Russian Voices and NVDA

 

Ivona voices are not sold anymore to indeviduals which is a pitty same with acapella unless you buy the nvda versions.

However if your russion voice is really shitting itself that bad then maybe it needs updating or you should use a more updated one.

Its dictionaries may be incomplete or bugged.

So code factory voices have russian as a language.

But have you tried to install the onecore voices which will have slavic and russion languages of different types?

You can add more voices from the accessibility in settings in narator and add more voices.

On 18/01/2022 1:43 pm, Mary Otten wrote:
This might be on the border of inappropriate, but here goes:


I have a Russian voice that I purchased some time ago from a 3rd party vendor, and it works with NVDA. However, there is one really serious problem with it. If you are on a page with mixed English and Cyrillic, the Russian voice really falls apart. Rather than just reading the English in a Russian accent, which is what happens on an iPhone, for instance, my speech synthesizer from the Ivona company pronounces the English in some way that is really quite impossible to understand. So I'm wondering if there is anybody on here who speaks Russian and has had occasion to download and use either of the MS voices for Windows 10. If these voices act like the one I already have, then there is no point in going there. But if they don't mangle the English because they use pronunciation rules, perhaps because the synth is from Poland, where they use the Latin alphabet and have their own phonetic rules, then I'm going to go through the process of installing the voices and hope for decent results.


Mary






Re: Can't uninstall NVDA 2021.2 from Windows 10 21h1

George McCoy
 

Hello Brian,


For my friend, the solution was surprisingly simple.  We ended up renaming c:\program files (X86)\nvda to c:\program files (X86)\old_nvda.

We then renamed all instances of appDada\roaming\nvda to AppData\old_nvda

At that point, we installed from a portable copy of NVDA 2021.3.1 checking the copy user configuration checkbox and everything came round right.

Not the most elligant solution, but it worked.


Thanks, everybody, for your help and great suggestions.


George

On 1/17/2022 11:50 AM, Brian Vogel wrote:
George,

           Did this issue ever reach the desired resolution?
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Ms Russian Voices and NVDA

Mary Otten
 

This might be on the border of inappropriate, but here goes:


I have a Russian voice that I purchased some time ago from a 3rd party vendor, and it works with NVDA. However, there is one really serious problem with it. If you are on a page with mixed English and Cyrillic, the Russian voice really falls apart. Rather than just reading the English in a Russian accent, which is what happens on an iPhone, for instance, my speech synthesizer from the Ivona company pronounces the English in some way that is really quite impossible to understand. So I'm wondering if there is anybody on here who speaks Russian and has had occasion to download and use either of the MS voices for Windows 10. If these voices act like the one I already have, then there is no point in going there. But if they don't mangle the English because they use pronunciation rules, perhaps because the synth is from Poland, where they use the Latin alphabet and have their own phonetic rules, then I'm going to go through the process of installing the voices and hope for decent results.


Mary


Re: Code Factory Vocalizer and Eloquence addon

Don H
 

Thanks for your response. I already tried that. Did not change
anything after I unchecked the beep and say cap options.

On 1/17/2022 6:30 PM, Gene wrote:
Try changing the settings to what you don’t want, then change them back
again.  Sometimes, settings in a program become incorrect and they may
be corrected if you ;put them as you don’t want them, then back the way
you do.
I doubt this is a general problem because if it were, I expect we would
have seen many comments before now.
Gene
-----Original Message-----
*From:* Rosemarie Chavarria <mailto:knitqueen2007@...>
*Sent:* Monday, January 17, 2022 6:20 PM
*To:* nvda@nvda.groups.io <mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io>
*Subject:* Re: [nvda] Code Factory Vocalizer and Eloquence addon

Hi, Don,

It could be a code factory issue and not NVDA. I don’t know what to
suggest as I’m using the Nathan voice right now and it’s working fine
for me.

Rosemarie

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*From: *Don H <mailto:lmddh50@...>
*Sent: *Monday, January 17, 2022 4:10 PM
*To: *nvda@nvda.groups.io <mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io>
*Subject: *[nvda] Code Factory Vocalizer and Eloquence addon

Running the latest version of NVDA, Latest Win 10 and latest version of

the code Factory Vocalizer /Eloquence  addon.

I am using the Vocalizer Nathan voice and under speech settings I have

beep on Caps and Say Cap on Capitals unchecked.  This should mean I only

get a raise in pitch on Capital letters.  However what is happening is I

still hear Capital before each capital letter along with a pitch raise.

Is this a NVDA or Code Factory issue and is there a solution to stop

having NVDA say capital before each capital letter?

Thanks


Re: Finnish RHVoice for NVDA

Quentin Christensen
 

Good morning,

I can't comment on the need for Finnish voices (though you're unlikely to get too many people who say "No thank, we're not interested"!), but looking at our resources page: https://github.com/nvaccess/nvda-community/wiki/Connect

There is a Finnish language NVDA mailing list it might be worth asking on as well:


Kind regards

Quentin.

On Tue, Jan 18, 2022 at 11:25 AM Louder Pages <lp@...> wrote:
Hi,  

We build voices for RHVoice, the Open Source TTS with its own NVDA Add-On.

We have been doing some research into the Finnish language, but we want to understand the true need for another Finnish voice for NVDA.

Any comments from Finnish speakers would be greatly appreciated. Please contact us at inq at louderpager.org.

Kiitos kaikille.
  - Louder Pages



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Re: Code Factory Vocalizer and Eloquence addon

Gene
 

Try changing the settings to what you don’t want, then change them back again.  Sometimes, settings in a program become incorrect and they may be corrected if you ;put them as you don’t want them, then back the way you do.
 
I doubt this is a general problem because if it were, I expect we would have seen many comments before now. 
 
Gene

-----Original Message-----
Sent: Monday, January 17, 2022 6:20 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Code Factory Vocalizer and Eloquence addon
 

Hi, Don,

 

It could be a code factory issue and not NVDA. I don’t know what to suggest as I’m using the Nathan voice right now and it’s working fine for me.

 

Rosemarie

 

 

 

Sent from Mail for Windows

 

From: Don H
Sent: Monday, January 17, 2022 4:10 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: [nvda] Code Factory Vocalizer and Eloquence addon

 

Running the latest version of NVDA, Latest Win 10 and latest version of

the code Factory Vocalizer /Eloquence  addon.

I am using the Vocalizer Nathan voice and under speech settings I have

beep on Caps and Say Cap on Capitals unchecked.  This should mean I only

get a raise in pitch on Capital letters.  However what is happening is I

still hear Capital before each capital letter along with a pitch raise.

Is this a NVDA or Code Factory issue and is there a solution to stop

having NVDA say capital before each capital letter?

Thanks

 

 

 

 

 


Finnish RHVoice for NVDA

Louder Pages
 

Hi,  

We build voices for RHVoice, the Open Source TTS with its own NVDA Add-On.

We have been doing some research into the Finnish language, but we want to understand the true need for another Finnish voice for NVDA.

Any comments from Finnish speakers would be greatly appreciated. Please contact us at inq at louderpager.org.

Kiitos kaikille.
  - Louder Pages


Re: Code Factory Vocalizer and Eloquence addon

Rosemarie Chavarria
 

Hi, Don,

 

It could be a code factory issue and not NVDA. I don’t know what to suggest as I’m using the Nathan voice right now and it’s working fine for me.

 

Rosemarie

 

 

 

Sent from Mail for Windows

 

From: Don H
Sent: Monday, January 17, 2022 4:10 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: [nvda] Code Factory Vocalizer and Eloquence addon

 

Running the latest version of NVDA, Latest Win 10 and latest version of

the code Factory Vocalizer /Eloquence  addon.

I am using the Vocalizer Nathan voice and under speech settings I have

beep on Caps and Say Cap on Capitals unchecked.  This should mean I only

get a raise in pitch on Capital letters.  However what is happening is I

still hear Capital before each capital letter along with a pitch raise.

Is this a NVDA or Code Factory issue and is there a solution to stop

having NVDA say capital before each capital letter?

Thanks

 

 

 

 

 


Code Factory Vocalizer and Eloquence addon

Don H
 

Running the latest version of NVDA, Latest Win 10 and latest version of the code Factory Vocalizer /Eloquence addon.
I am using the Vocalizer Nathan voice and under speech settings I have beep on Caps and Say Cap on Capitals unchecked. This should mean I only get a raise in pitch on Capital letters. However what is happening is I still hear Capital before each capital letter along with a pitch raise. Is this a NVDA or Code Factory issue and is there a solution to stop having NVDA say capital before each capital letter?
Thanks


Re: backing up NVDA settings

Martin J. Dürst <duerst@...>
 

Yes, the NVDA settings are concentrated in very few files, and these files are very short (a few kilobytes). So one possibility for NVDA would be to automatically save backups of these files when setting changes are made, and keep these backups around for a while. If anybody "lost their settings", they could then get them back from these backup files.

Regards, Martin.

On 2022-01-18 04:35, Don H via groups.io wrote:
When you change the NVDA settings there are two files only within the
appdata/roaming/nvda folder being changed.  So only backing up those two
files would work rather than backing up the whole nvda folder at that
location.

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