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Re: Audio Ducking

hurrikennyandopo ...
 

Hi


It will not show if you are using a portable version of nvda it only shows on the installer version.


It is found under the synthesizer settings by pressing ctrl + nvda key + letter S then tab down to audio ducking mode.

Only in the installer version.


Shortcut key is if using the installer version to change ducking modes is nvda key + shift key + the letter D

Gene nz


On 1/02/2022 10:18 pm, Steven Hicks wrote:

Can anyone tell me where I can find it in NVDA please?

Had a look through the settings and no luck.

 


Re: Audio Ducking

Quentin Christensen
 


On Tue, Feb 1, 2022 at 8:18 PM Steven Hicks <hickser@...> wrote:

Can anyone tell me where I can find it in NVDA please?

Had a look through the settings and no luck.

 



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Audio Ducking

Steven Hicks
 

Can anyone tell me where I can find it in NVDA please?

Had a look through the settings and no luck.

 


Re: windows virtual desktops

 

Hi all,

You must install Windows App Essentials add-on to hear desktop names when you switch between virtual desktops. Internally, a name change event is fired by something other than File Explorer, and that program turns out to be an important part of the Windows operating system.

As for the original request of announcing title and virtual desktop name when NVDA+T is pressed (if I understood the request correctly), it cannot be done without training NVDA to recognize the desktop window differently. Without going into specifics (because it is part of an NVDA pull request, not mine), this change requires reclassifying desktop window to become an MSAA (Microsoft Active Accessibility) object. Adding the capability to announce virtual desktop name changes will involve monitoring events, and the pull request is stuck on how to deal with a situation where consecutive desktops (that is, virtual desktops next to each other) have identical names, which gets more interesting now that Windows 11 will let you rearrange virtual desktops from Task View.

Cheers,

Joseph


Re: windows virtual desktops

Sarah k Alawami
 

So when I gave a demo, I had obs hidden, discord on one desktop and my sim and its stuff on another desktop, another set of tools on a third etc. I can even move a desktop to a display and just broadcast that if I wanted to, or mirror an app onto all desktops but only stream one, the possibilities are endless. When I fly I have my sim on one, my first officer on another along with  my acars software, vpilot on another one, foobar on another if I need that, and my main one has my discord, mail, twitter and everything I don’t need to see at the moment.

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of John Isige
Sent: Monday, January 31, 2022 7:13 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] windows virtual desktops

 

At the risk of being off topic, but hopefully not, why would you use them?

 

I ask because I looked into them. The thing I'd want to do is have them be saved and put stuff on them, e.g. all my audio stuff on one, games on another, something like that. But the big thing it seems to do is have apps/windows open on them. So for example, as I understand it, instead of running Firefox and Thunderbird and Skype and a game, and switching between four windows with alt-tab, I could put Firefox and Thunderbird on their own desktop.

 

But then that means I have to hit ctrl-win-left/right arrow to get to whatever desktop they're on, and then once I'm there, alt-tab between windows. Additionally, as I understand it, while it saves the desktops if you restart, you have to open whatever you want on each desktop again, it doesn't automatically, say, open Firefox on the Mozilla desktop.

 

So from a screen reader perspective, what's it doing to have eight virtual desktops? I'm honestly curious because I keep thinking they're an interesting idea, and then I kind of look into them, and then I can't see why I'd want to use them. But that's probably my lack of imagination, and nothing against virtual desktops.

 

I also don't leave lots of windows open, if I'm done with Thunderbird, for instance, I close it. I only open it up when I want to do something with email. Sometimes I'll have a reading app open and I'll go do something in Firefox and maybe open up multiple windows looking stuff up, but that's about it, and then I close Firefox when I'm done with that. Maybe that's why I can't see what they do.

 

 

On 1/31/2022 6:09 PM, Sarah k Alawami wrote:

I surmise this to be the case as well. I work with virtual desktops daily, sometimes  8 of them. It would be nice to have them read in the title bar rather than “explorer.

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of Brian Vogel
Sent: Monday, January 31, 2022 3:55 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] windows virtual desktops

 

Quentin,

The issue you mention focuses primarily on something that Juan implies has been fixed:  Lack of announcement of desktop name when moving between desktops.  He explicitly states, "When moving between desktops via ctrl+win+left/right it reads the desktop number, i.e. desktop 1, desktop 2 etc."

I'd imagine if you manually renamed the desktop(s), the name(s) you've assigned would be announced during movement between desktops.

The way I read this request is a way to just have the name of the desktop that's currently got focus announced without the need to change desktops.  I can imagine (and only imagine, as virtual desktops are "not my thing") that if you have enough of them, have been working with a number of them all day, and walk away for a while you may forget which one you were working on and just want to know which one has focus.

I read this request as being analgous to reading a window title on command, but for a desktop title instead.  I hope that Juan clarifies.
--

Brian - Windows 10, 64-Bit, Version 21H2, Build 19044  

The instinctive need to be the member of a closely-knit group fighting for common ideals may grow so strong that it becomes inessential what these ideals are.

       ~ Konrad Lorenz (1903-1989)

 


Re: windows virtual desktops

Sarah k Alawami
 

You have to wait until the window that is in focus is announced, which is a bit long. I have to do some more playing around though. I might get that opportunity tomorrow. Lol!

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of Quentin Christensen
Sent: Monday, January 31, 2022 6:30 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] windows virtual desktops

 

When I move between desktops with WINDOWS+control+arrows, NVDA does not announce the new desktop, but only the title of the Window that now has focus.  I'm not sure if I'm doing it differently or maybe have a different version of Windows? (NVDA 2021.3.1 on Windows 10 (64-bit) Version: 21H2 (2009), Build: 19044.1466).

 

If the desktop name IS being announced in newer builds of Windows 10 or Windows 11 then that may well be that issue fixed and ready to close.

 

Either way, for the specific request to report the Desktop name after the Window Title, that's a good request and should be done as its own issue: https://github.com/nvaccess/nvda/issues/new?assignees=&labels=&template=feature_request.md

 

 

 

On Tue, Feb 1, 2022 at 10:55 AM Brian Vogel <britechguy@...> wrote:

Quentin,

The issue you mention focuses primarily on something that Juan implies has been fixed:  Lack of announcement of desktop name when moving between desktops.  He explicitly states, "When moving between desktops via ctrl+win+left/right it reads the desktop number, i.e. desktop 1, desktop 2 etc."

I'd imagine if you manually renamed the desktop(s), the name(s) you've assigned would be announced during movement between desktops.

The way I read this request is a way to just have the name of the desktop that's currently got focus announced without the need to change desktops.  I can imagine (and only imagine, as virtual desktops are "not my thing") that if you have enough of them, have been working with a number of them all day, and walk away for a while you may forget which one you were working on and just want to know which one has focus.

I read this request as being analgous to reading a window title on command, but for a desktop title instead.  I hope that Juan clarifies.
--

Brian - Windows 10, 64-Bit, Version 21H2, Build 19044  

The instinctive need to be the member of a closely-knit group fighting for common ideals may grow so strong that it becomes inessential what these ideals are.

       ~ Konrad Lorenz (1903-1989)

 


 

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Quentin Christensen
Training and Support Manager

 


Re: windows virtual desktops

Quentin Christensen
 

Different people use them in different ways.  For myself, the two main ways I use virtual windows are:

1) I generally have two open - one with my "personal" windows, my personal email, and anything else I might just have "open" (say a shopping list I'm working on)., and a "Work" desktop with my work email and other work windows.

and 

2) When I'm making a video where I'm demoing something, and recording the screen, I will do that in its own desktop - so when I made the "What is NVDA" video for instance: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tCFyyqy9mqo

I could do everything in one desktop.  This just makes everything a bit neater, particular if I have a few windows open I want to leave to come back to say after work.  Of course it also depends on how much memory you have - if memory was low then I wouldn't necessarily work like that either.


Quentin.

On Tue, Feb 1, 2022 at 2:13 PM John Isige <gwynn@...> wrote:

At the risk of being off topic, but hopefully not, why would you use them?


I ask because I looked into them. The thing I'd want to do is have them be saved and put stuff on them, e.g. all my audio stuff on one, games on another, something like that. But the big thing it seems to do is have apps/windows open on them. So for example, as I understand it, instead of running Firefox and Thunderbird and Skype and a game, and switching between four windows with alt-tab, I could put Firefox and Thunderbird on their own desktop.


But then that means I have to hit ctrl-win-left/right arrow to get to whatever desktop they're on, and then once I'm there, alt-tab between windows. Additionally, as I understand it, while it saves the desktops if you restart, you have to open whatever you want on each desktop again, it doesn't automatically, say, open Firefox on the Mozilla desktop.


So from a screen reader perspective, what's it doing to have eight virtual desktops? I'm honestly curious because I keep thinking they're an interesting idea, and then I kind of look into them, and then I can't see why I'd want to use them. But that's probably my lack of imagination, and nothing against virtual desktops.


I also don't leave lots of windows open, if I'm done with Thunderbird, for instance, I close it. I only open it up when I want to do something with email. Sometimes I'll have a reading app open and I'll go do something in Firefox and maybe open up multiple windows looking stuff up, but that's about it, and then I close Firefox when I'm done with that. Maybe that's why I can't see what they do.



On 1/31/2022 6:09 PM, Sarah k Alawami wrote:

I surmise this to be the case as well. I work with virtual desktops daily, sometimes  8 of them. It would be nice to have them read in the title bar rather than “explorer.

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of Brian Vogel
Sent: Monday, January 31, 2022 3:55 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] windows virtual desktops

 

Quentin,

The issue you mention focuses primarily on something that Juan implies has been fixed:  Lack of announcement of desktop name when moving between desktops.  He explicitly states, "When moving between desktops via ctrl+win+left/right it reads the desktop number, i.e. desktop 1, desktop 2 etc."

I'd imagine if you manually renamed the desktop(s), the name(s) you've assigned would be announced during movement between desktops.

The way I read this request is a way to just have the name of the desktop that's currently got focus announced without the need to change desktops.  I can imagine (and only imagine, as virtual desktops are "not my thing") that if you have enough of them, have been working with a number of them all day, and walk away for a while you may forget which one you were working on and just want to know which one has focus.

I read this request as being analgous to reading a window title on command, but for a desktop title instead.  I hope that Juan clarifies.
--

Brian - Windows 10, 64-Bit, Version 21H2, Build 19044  

The instinctive need to be the member of a closely-knit group fighting for common ideals may grow so strong that it becomes inessential what these ideals are.

       ~ Konrad Lorenz (1903-1989)

 



--
Quentin Christensen
Training and Support Manager


Re: windows virtual desktops

John Isige
 

At the risk of being off topic, but hopefully not, why would you use them?


I ask because I looked into them. The thing I'd want to do is have them be saved and put stuff on them, e.g. all my audio stuff on one, games on another, something like that. But the big thing it seems to do is have apps/windows open on them. So for example, as I understand it, instead of running Firefox and Thunderbird and Skype and a game, and switching between four windows with alt-tab, I could put Firefox and Thunderbird on their own desktop.


But then that means I have to hit ctrl-win-left/right arrow to get to whatever desktop they're on, and then once I'm there, alt-tab between windows. Additionally, as I understand it, while it saves the desktops if you restart, you have to open whatever you want on each desktop again, it doesn't automatically, say, open Firefox on the Mozilla desktop.


So from a screen reader perspective, what's it doing to have eight virtual desktops? I'm honestly curious because I keep thinking they're an interesting idea, and then I kind of look into them, and then I can't see why I'd want to use them. But that's probably my lack of imagination, and nothing against virtual desktops.


I also don't leave lots of windows open, if I'm done with Thunderbird, for instance, I close it. I only open it up when I want to do something with email. Sometimes I'll have a reading app open and I'll go do something in Firefox and maybe open up multiple windows looking stuff up, but that's about it, and then I close Firefox when I'm done with that. Maybe that's why I can't see what they do.



On 1/31/2022 6:09 PM, Sarah k Alawami wrote:

I surmise this to be the case as well. I work with virtual desktops daily, sometimes  8 of them. It would be nice to have them read in the title bar rather than “explorer.

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of Brian Vogel
Sent: Monday, January 31, 2022 3:55 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] windows virtual desktops

 

Quentin,

The issue you mention focuses primarily on something that Juan implies has been fixed:  Lack of announcement of desktop name when moving between desktops.  He explicitly states, "When moving between desktops via ctrl+win+left/right it reads the desktop number, i.e. desktop 1, desktop 2 etc."

I'd imagine if you manually renamed the desktop(s), the name(s) you've assigned would be announced during movement between desktops.

The way I read this request is a way to just have the name of the desktop that's currently got focus announced without the need to change desktops.  I can imagine (and only imagine, as virtual desktops are "not my thing") that if you have enough of them, have been working with a number of them all day, and walk away for a while you may forget which one you were working on and just want to know which one has focus.

I read this request as being analgous to reading a window title on command, but for a desktop title instead.  I hope that Juan clarifies.
--

Brian - Windows 10, 64-Bit, Version 21H2, Build 19044  

The instinctive need to be the member of a closely-knit group fighting for common ideals may grow so strong that it becomes inessential what these ideals are.

       ~ Konrad Lorenz (1903-1989)

 


Re: windows virtual desktops

Quentin Christensen
 

When I move between desktops with WINDOWS+control+arrows, NVDA does not announce the new desktop, but only the title of the Window that now has focus.  I'm not sure if I'm doing it differently or maybe have a different version of Windows? (NVDA 2021.3.1 on Windows 10 (64-bit) Version: 21H2 (2009), Build: 19044.1466).

If the desktop name IS being announced in newer builds of Windows 10 or Windows 11 then that may well be that issue fixed and ready to close.

Either way, for the specific request to report the Desktop name after the Window Title, that's a good request and should be done as its own issue: https://github.com/nvaccess/nvda/issues/new?assignees=&labels=&template=feature_request.md



On Tue, Feb 1, 2022 at 10:55 AM Brian Vogel <britechguy@...> wrote:
Quentin,

The issue you mention focuses primarily on something that Juan implies has been fixed:  Lack of announcement of desktop name when moving between desktops.  He explicitly states, "When moving between desktops via ctrl+win+left/right it reads the desktop number, i.e. desktop 1, desktop 2 etc."

I'd imagine if you manually renamed the desktop(s), the name(s) you've assigned would be announced during movement between desktops.

The way I read this request is a way to just have the name of the desktop that's currently got focus announced without the need to change desktops.  I can imagine (and only imagine, as virtual desktops are "not my thing") that if you have enough of them, have been working with a number of them all day, and walk away for a while you may forget which one you were working on and just want to know which one has focus.

I read this request as being analgous to reading a window title on command, but for a desktop title instead.  I hope that Juan clarifies.
--

Brian - Windows 10, 64-Bit, Version 21H2, Build 19044  

The instinctive need to be the member of a closely-knit group fighting for common ideals may grow so strong that it becomes inessential what these ideals are.

       ~ Konrad Lorenz (1903-1989)

 



--
Quentin Christensen
Training and Support Manager


Re: windows virtual desktops

Sarah k Alawami
 

I surmise this to be the case as well. I work with virtual desktops daily, sometimes  8 of them. It would be nice to have them read in the title bar rather than “explorer.

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of Brian Vogel
Sent: Monday, January 31, 2022 3:55 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] windows virtual desktops

 

Quentin,

The issue you mention focuses primarily on something that Juan implies has been fixed:  Lack of announcement of desktop name when moving between desktops.  He explicitly states, "When moving between desktops via ctrl+win+left/right it reads the desktop number, i.e. desktop 1, desktop 2 etc."

I'd imagine if you manually renamed the desktop(s), the name(s) you've assigned would be announced during movement between desktops.

The way I read this request is a way to just have the name of the desktop that's currently got focus announced without the need to change desktops.  I can imagine (and only imagine, as virtual desktops are "not my thing") that if you have enough of them, have been working with a number of them all day, and walk away for a while you may forget which one you were working on and just want to know which one has focus.

I read this request as being analgous to reading a window title on command, but for a desktop title instead.  I hope that Juan clarifies.
--

Brian - Windows 10, 64-Bit, Version 21H2, Build 19044  

The instinctive need to be the member of a closely-knit group fighting for common ideals may grow so strong that it becomes inessential what these ideals are.

       ~ Konrad Lorenz (1903-1989)

 


Re: windows virtual desktops

 

Quentin,

The issue you mention focuses primarily on something that Juan implies has been fixed:  Lack of announcement of desktop name when moving between desktops.  He explicitly states, "When moving between desktops via ctrl+win+left/right it reads the desktop number, i.e. desktop 1, desktop 2 etc."

I'd imagine if you manually renamed the desktop(s), the name(s) you've assigned would be announced during movement between desktops.

The way I read this request is a way to just have the name of the desktop that's currently got focus announced without the need to change desktops.  I can imagine (and only imagine, as virtual desktops are "not my thing") that if you have enough of them, have been working with a number of them all day, and walk away for a while you may forget which one you were working on and just want to know which one has focus.

I read this request as being analgous to reading a window title on command, but for a desktop title instead.  I hope that Juan clarifies.
--

Brian - Windows 10, 64-Bit, Version 21H2, Build 19044  

The instinctive need to be the member of a closely-knit group fighting for common ideals may grow so strong that it becomes inessential what these ideals are.

       ~ Konrad Lorenz (1903-1989)

 


Re: Opinions about adding an NVDA feature to jump directly to misspelled words

Abbie Taylor
 

I think this is a great idea. I also use Thunderbird and have to jump through hoops to find flagged misspelled words unless I'm using Braille. This is also true in Chrome. If such a command were implemented, it could be used in Thunderbird and other applications that don't support the other command.


Re: Opinions about adding an NVDA feature to jump directly to misspelled words

 

Hi all,

As a follow-up: if I get a chance this week, I plan to post a "how to" guide on creating more effective NVDA issues on GitHub (I know that folks have already posted something like this, but I plan to bring in what NVDA developers are actually looking for).

Cheers,

Joseph


Re: windows virtual desktops

Quentin Christensen
 

You can rename desktops in the WINDOWS+TAB window.  We do have an open issue for improving reporting the change of desktops here: https://github.com/nvaccess/nvda/issues/5641

Do comment on that with any extra information you can add.

Kind regards

Quentin.

On Tue, Feb 1, 2022 at 8:46 AM Juan Hernandez <juanhernandez98@...> wrote:

Hi All,

 

I use virtual desktops a lot.  When moving between desktops via ctrl+win+left/right it reads the desktop number, i.e. desktop 1, desktop 2 etc.

 

Now I was wondering is it possible for NVDA to state what desktop I currently have active via the title command, ins+t?

 

Like Jaws does?

 

Any input is greatly appreciated.

 

Best,

 

Juan



--
Quentin Christensen
Training and Support Manager


Re: Opinions about adding an NVDA feature to jump directly to misspelled words

 

Hello All,

I have retitled this topic to be very specific about the feature.  I also commend Gene for opening an issue for this in GitHub.  He wrote:
--

Those interested may read and comment on the proposal here:

https://github.com/nvaccess/nvda/issues/13293

--
That's precisely what those who wish to see any given feature come into existence should do.  The more comments of interest, the more likely something is to eventually gain traction and end up in the development pipeline.  If you do not have a GitHub account, and wish to create one just for the purpose of adding comments, then see my tutorial, Creating a Github Account.

Be aware that comments will not always be in support of a given request.  The commenting mechanism is for giving input, whether support or reservations.  I wouldn't imagine there could be many reservations in this case, I just don't want people to think if you read through the comments on any given issue that what you're going to see is nothing but support.  On many occasions all sorts of implications of a given change are fleshed out by back and forth comments.
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Brian - Windows 10, 64-Bit, Version 21H2, Build 19044  

The instinctive need to be the member of a closely-knit group fighting for common ideals may grow so strong that it becomes inessential what these ideals are.

       ~ Konrad Lorenz (1903-1989)

 


Re: Opinions about adding an NVDA feature to jump directly to misspelled words

Arlene
 

Go for it! I use it a lot. Jaws has that feature.

 

Sent from Mail for Windows

 

From: Janet Brandly
Sent: January 31, 2022 10:09 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Opinions about a new feature

 

Great idea. Window-Eyes used to have this feature and it was really quick and useful.

 

Janet

 

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of Gene
Sent: January 30, 2022 6:00 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: [nvda] Opinions about a new feature

 

I was thinking today about a new feature that might speed up work a good deal when writing documents.  I generally don't use f7 spell check these days.  I read my messages before sending them and change flagged spelling errors, thus doing two things at once that I would do separately otherwise. 

 

My proposal for a new feature, which I'd like comments about in terms of demand and feasibility is this:

There could be an NVDA command that moves to the next flagged misspelled word in a document.  Even if I read a document and hear a word flagged, the cursor is almost never on the word.  Its often at the beginning of the line and the misspelled word may take a lot of movement by word to get to.  If I could hear the flag, then issue the move to command, moving to the word could be sped up a lot most of the time.   As I think about it, this adds the equivalent to what a sighted person can do now.  A word is flagged, the sighted person can immediately move to or click on it, thus placing focus on it, and either manually correct it or use the context menu to do so.  Or a sighted person can do so later by seeing the flag, clicking on it, and correcting the word.

 

I'm surprised this hasn't been discussed before.  I did a Google search and I didn't find a Github issue, though I didn't search Github directly.

 

Gene

 


Re: windows virtual desktops

Sarah k Alawami
 

Not yet, but look for and if not there submit an issue on their github.

 

 

Take care.

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of Juan Hernandez
Sent: Monday, January 31, 2022 1:46 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: [nvda] windows virtual desktops

 

Hi All,

 

I use virtual desktops a lot.  When moving between desktops via ctrl+win+left/right it reads the desktop number, i.e. desktop 1, desktop 2 etc.

 

Now I was wondering is it possible for NVDA to state what desktop I currently have active via the title command, ins+t?

 

Like Jaws does?

 

Any input is greatly appreciated.

 

Best,

 

Juan


windows virtual desktops

Juan Hernandez
 

Hi All,

 

I use virtual desktops a lot.  When moving between desktops via ctrl+win+left/right it reads the desktop number, i.e. desktop 1, desktop 2 etc.

 

Now I was wondering is it possible for NVDA to state what desktop I currently have active via the title command, ins+t?

 

Like Jaws does?

 

Any input is greatly appreciated.

 

Best,

 

Juan


Re: New Microsoft voices and NVDA support

 


Hmmm ok so where do I go to look for these.

I have all the voices added from the narator voices and optional features but I will look again.



On 1/02/2022 8:31 am, Joseph Lee wrote:

Hi,

Update: Microsoft Natural Voices are retrieved from Microsoft Store. Although these voices are set to be compatible with Windows 10 Version 1809 (October 2018 Update), they are only available in build 22543 (as explained in another thread) and shown as compatible with 64-bit systems only. This actually makes sense considering that Windows 11 is a strictly a 64-bit operating system.

Regarding the theory I had: yes, what I wrote above confirms it - the third location under my consideration is a folder that stores Microsoft Store apps. If things are available from Store, chances are that data about them will be stored in this location which users cannot access (actually, yes you can but that's really beyond the scope of this forum and is quite advanced with implications). Therefore, unless proven false, I stand by my explanation that Microsoft is testing a new synthesizer engine, something I think might be of use when Microsoft says anyone (including NVDA) can utilize these voices.

Cheers,

Joseph


Re: New Microsoft voices and NVDA support

 

Hi,

Update: Microsoft Natural Voices are retrieved from Microsoft Store. Although these voices are set to be compatible with Windows 10 Version 1809 (October 2018 Update), they are only available in build 22543 (as explained in another thread) and shown as compatible with 64-bit systems only. This actually makes sense considering that Windows 11 is a strictly a 64-bit operating system.

Regarding the theory I had: yes, what I wrote above confirms it - the third location under my consideration is a folder that stores Microsoft Store apps. If things are available from Store, chances are that data about them will be stored in this location which users cannot access (actually, yes you can but that's really beyond the scope of this forum and is quite advanced with implications). Therefore, unless proven false, I stand by my explanation that Microsoft is testing a new synthesizer engine, something I think might be of use when Microsoft says anyone (including NVDA) can utilize these voices.

Cheers,

Joseph

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