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Re: in search of a fast browser for windows 10

 

can you send it to me as well?
hank.smith966@gmail.com

On 3/17/2016 4:41 PM, David Moore wrote:
Hi Scott,
I just sent you the Chrome tutorial off list at your private email. Have a great one.


-----Original Message----- From: Scott VanDeWalle
Sent: Thursday, March 17, 2016 7:22 PM
To: nvda@groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] in search of a fast browser for windows 10

Hello, yes could you please send it my way?
Thank you so very much.

Scott

On 3/17/2016 6:39 PM, David Moore wrote:
Hi Scott,
The browser you are looking for is Google Chrome Browser. It is very accessible with NVDA, and I recorded a tutorial on how to use it. I will send it to you if you want it. There is one virticle menu in Chrome that has all the settings you want in that one menu. When you enter on settings in the menu, a web page comes up that is easy to navigate. You do not have to sign into Google Chrome. You can use Chrome as a browser just like Firefox and IE and there isn't that much difference. Have a great one.


-----Original Message----- From: Scott VanDeWalle
Sent: Thursday, March 17, 2016 6:33 PM
To: nvda@groups.io
Subject: [nvda] in search of a fast browser for windows 10

Hello all.
I hope this is the best, most appropriate list in which to post this.

Firefox and internet explorer are becoming really slow for me.
What i'm in serch of is a fast and stable browser that I can rely on
until edge becomes usable.
Thanks so much.
ps. What about chrome?

Scott










Re: in search of a fast browser for windows 10

David Moore
 

Hi Scott,
I just sent you the Chrome tutorial off list at your private email. Have a great one.

-----Original Message-----
From: Scott VanDeWalle
Sent: Thursday, March 17, 2016 7:22 PM
To: nvda@groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] in search of a fast browser for windows 10

Hello, yes could you please send it my way?
Thank you so very much.

Scott

On 3/17/2016 6:39 PM, David Moore wrote:
Hi Scott,
The browser you are looking for is Google Chrome Browser. It is very accessible with NVDA, and I recorded a tutorial on how to use it. I will send it to you if you want it. There is one virticle menu in Chrome that has all the settings you want in that one menu. When you enter on settings in the menu, a web page comes up that is easy to navigate. You do not have to sign into Google Chrome. You can use Chrome as a browser just like Firefox and IE and there isn't that much difference. Have a great one.


-----Original Message----- From: Scott VanDeWalle
Sent: Thursday, March 17, 2016 6:33 PM
To: nvda@groups.io
Subject: [nvda] in search of a fast browser for windows 10

Hello all.
I hope this is the best, most appropriate list in which to post this.

Firefox and internet explorer are becoming really slow for me.
What i'm in serch of is a fast and stable browser that I can rely on
until edge becomes usable.
Thanks so much.
ps. What about chrome?

Scott






Re: in search of a fast browser for windows 10

Scott VanDeWalle
 

Hello, yes could you please send it my way?
Thank you so very much.

Scott

On 3/17/2016 6:39 PM, David Moore wrote:
Hi Scott,
The browser you are looking for is Google Chrome Browser. It is very accessible with NVDA, and I recorded a tutorial on how to use it. I will send it to you if you want it. There is one virticle menu in Chrome that has all the settings you want in that one menu. When you enter on settings in the menu, a web page comes up that is easy to navigate. You do not have to sign into Google Chrome. You can use Chrome as a browser just like Firefox and IE and there isn't that much difference. Have a great one.


-----Original Message----- From: Scott VanDeWalle
Sent: Thursday, March 17, 2016 6:33 PM
To: nvda@groups.io
Subject: [nvda] in search of a fast browser for windows 10

Hello all.
I hope this is the best, most appropriate list in which to post this.

Firefox and internet explorer are becoming really slow for me.
What i'm in serch of is a fast and stable browser that I can rely on
until edge becomes usable.
Thanks so much.
ps. What about chrome?

Scott





Re: in search of a fast browser for windows 10

Gene
 

Also, no one has brought up the possibility that there may be a connection problem and that pages are loading more slowly.  You can try running a test of the cconnection speed but you can likely determine if there is a problem with the connection by starting a download from a site that is reliably fast and checking the download statistics during the download to see if they are much slower than usual and how much slower they are.  Depending on the size of the file, you don't have to download the entire file; you can cancel the download.  But if the speed is much much slower, there may be a problem with the connection.
 
It is far too early to reach any conclusions about what the problem may be.  But if Internet Explorer and Firefox were getting slower in general, we would see complaint after complaint from user after user. 
 
Gene

----- Original Message -----
From: Gene
Sent: Thursday, March 17, 2016 6:09 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] in search of a fast browser for windows 10

The problem may have nothing to do with the browsers.  You may have malware that is slowing things down or perhaps there is another reason I may not have knowledge to discuss.  Just trying different browsers may not make a meaningful difference and may delay you looking into what may be the underlying problem. 
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, March 17, 2016 5:33 PM
Subject: [nvda] in search of a fast browser for windows 10

Hello all.
I hope this is the best, most appropriate list in which to post this.

Firefox and internet explorer are becoming really slow for me.
What i'm in serch of is a fast and stable browser that I can rely on
until edge becomes usable.
Thanks so much.
ps. What about chrome?

Scott



Re: in search of a fast browser for windows 10

Robert Mendoza
 

As per David message, you don't need to sign in to Google Chrome not unless you use it for sync to other devices like mobile or other machine.

Robert Mendoza

On 3/18/2016 6:54 AM, mr. Chikodinaka Oguledo&mrs. AdonnihHappiness Obima Oguledo wrote:
do u need to sighn up

On 3/17/16, Brian Vogel <britechguy@gmail.com> wrote:
Have you tried doing a Firefox Refresh? I use both Firefox and Chrome
routinely in Windows 10 (both are running now) and both are perfectly fine
and fast. My partner's Firefox began lagging after a long while and when
clearing cache didn't fix it the next step was to check what add-ons were
being used, making note of them, then doing a Firefox Refresh and
reinstalling only those he was still really using, and one at a time to see
if one in particular was causing things to bog down. The amount of
"clutter" beyond cache that can accrete to web browsers over a period of
extended use is pretty remarkable and can slow things to a crawl. Even an
uninstall/reinstall may not fix anything if it's related to user-specific
items in the user profile including, but not limited to, add-ons.

Brian


Re: in search of a fast browser for windows 10

Gene
 

The problem may have nothing to do with the browsers.  You may have malware that is slowing things down or perhaps there is another reason I may not have knowledge to discuss.  Just trying different browsers may not make a meaningful difference and may delay you looking into what may be the underlying problem. 
 
Gene

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, March 17, 2016 5:33 PM
Subject: [nvda] in search of a fast browser for windows 10

Hello all.
I hope this is the best, most appropriate list in which to post this.

Firefox and internet explorer are becoming really slow for me.
What i'm in serch of is a fast and stable browser that I can rely on
until edge becomes usable.
Thanks so much.
ps. What about chrome?

Scott



Re: in search of a fast browser for windows 10

mr. Chikodinaka Oguledo&mrs. AdonnihHappiness Obima Oguledo
 

do u need to sighn up

On 3/17/16, Brian Vogel <britechguy@gmail.com> wrote:
Have you tried doing a Firefox Refresh?  I use both Firefox and Chrome
routinely in Windows 10 (both are running now) and both are perfectly fine
and fast.  My partner's Firefox began lagging after a long while and when
clearing cache didn't fix it the next step was to check what add-ons were
being used, making note of them, then doing a Firefox Refresh and
reinstalling only those he was still really using, and one at a time to see
if one in particular was causing things to bog down.  The amount of
"clutter" beyond cache that can accrete to web browsers over a period of
extended use is pretty remarkable and can slow things to a crawl.  Even an
uninstall/reinstall may not fix anything if it's related to user-specific
items in the user profile including, but not limited to, add-ons.

Brian
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Watch your words, for they become actions.
Watch your actions, for they become habits.
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Watch your character, for it becomes your destiny.


Re: in search of a fast browser for windows 10

 

Have you tried doing a Firefox Refresh?  I use both Firefox and Chrome routinely in Windows 10 (both are running now) and both are perfectly fine and fast.  My partner's Firefox began lagging after a long while and when clearing cache didn't fix it the next step was to check what add-ons were being used, making note of them, then doing a Firefox Refresh and reinstalling only those he was still really using, and one at a time to see if one in particular was causing things to bog down.  The amount of "clutter" beyond cache that can accrete to web browsers over a period of extended use is pretty remarkable and can slow things to a crawl.  Even an uninstall/reinstall may not fix anything if it's related to user-specific items in the user profile including, but not limited to, add-ons.

Brian


Re: How to right click using laptop keyboard.

 

Gene is correct that Shift+F10 generally brings up the context menu for the item with focus.

You may need to use WinKey+B and left arrow until you know that you're on the AVG system tray icon before hitting Shift+F10.

Also, you say you're on a laptop.  You have the very easy option of turning the mousepad on and using the hard mouse buttons.  I have a number of clients who cover the actual pointer manipulation area of the mousepad with a small square of cardboard of the thickness necessary to make it not recognize any touches on their laptop and who then use the native left and right click buttons.

Brian



Re: in search of a fast browser for windows 10

 

can I also get the tutorial as well?

On 3/17/2016 3:39 PM, David Moore wrote:
Hi Scott,
The browser you are looking for is Google Chrome Browser. It is very accessible with NVDA, and I recorded a tutorial on how to use it. I will send it to you if you want it. There is one virticle menu in Chrome that has all the settings you want in that one menu. When you enter on settings in the menu, a web page comes up that is easy to navigate. You do not have to sign into Google Chrome. You can use Chrome as a browser just like Firefox and IE and there isn't that much difference. Have a great one.


-----Original Message----- From: Scott VanDeWalle
Sent: Thursday, March 17, 2016 6:33 PM
To: nvda@groups.io
Subject: [nvda] in search of a fast browser for windows 10

Hello all.
I hope this is the best, most appropriate list in which to post this.

Firefox and internet explorer are becoming really slow for me.
What i'm in serch of is a fast and stable browser that I can rely on
until edge becomes usable.
Thanks so much.
ps. What about chrome?

Scott





Re: in search of a fast browser for windows 10

David Moore
 

Hi Scott,
The browser you are looking for is Google Chrome Browser. It is very accessible with NVDA, and I recorded a tutorial on how to use it. I will send it to you if you want it. There is one virticle menu in Chrome that has all the settings you want in that one menu. When you enter on settings in the menu, a web page comes up that is easy to navigate. You do not have to sign into Google Chrome. You can use Chrome as a browser just like Firefox and IE and there isn't that much difference. Have a great one.

-----Original Message-----
From: Scott VanDeWalle
Sent: Thursday, March 17, 2016 6:33 PM
To: nvda@groups.io
Subject: [nvda] in search of a fast browser for windows 10

Hello all.
I hope this is the best, most appropriate list in which to post this.

Firefox and internet explorer are becoming really slow for me.
What i'm in serch of is a fast and stable browser that I can rely on
until edge becomes usable.
Thanks so much.
ps. What about chrome?

Scott


in search of a fast browser for windows 10

Scott VanDeWalle
 

Hello all.
I hope this is the best, most appropriate list in which to post this.

Firefox and internet explorer are becoming really slow for me.
What i'm in serch of is a fast and stable browser that I can rely on until edge becomes usable.
Thanks so much.
ps. What about chrome?

Scott


Re: How to right click using laptop keyboard.

Gene
 

If you don't have a context menu key, try shift f10.  That is a Windows command and most of the time right clicks the item you are on. 
 
Gene

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, March 17, 2016 5:11 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] How to right click using laptop keyboard.

Hi,   trying avg again,   in the system tray I tried this keystroke and
I did get a context menu,   but it was not for avg!   it said programs
and features and I can't remember what else any other ideas? yes I can
use the system tray addon might have to as it actually does work but
thought there should be a right click for programs in the system tray.

On 17/03/2016 21:14, Brian Vogel wrote:
> Right Click in NVDA is NVDA+] on laptop keyboard layout and the right
> square bracket is two keys to the right of the 'P' key on standard
> keyboards (whether laptop or desktop).
>
> Brian
>
>



Re: How to right click using laptop keyboard.

Kevin Cussick
 

Hi, trying avg again, in the system tray I tried this keystroke and I did get a context menu, but it was not for avg! it said programs and features and I can't remember what else any other ideas? yes I can use the system tray addon might have to as it actually does work but thought there should be a right click for programs in the system tray.

On 17/03/2016 21:14, Brian Vogel wrote:
Right Click in NVDA is NVDA+] on laptop keyboard layout and the right
square bracket is two keys to the right of the 'P' key on standard
keyboards (whether laptop or desktop).

Brian


Re: NVDA 2016-1

Jim Pipczak
 

Hi,

Thanks for your email, however paragraph indentation was not ticked. I should have pointed out that NVDA only announces the word paragraph on internet pages. Both Firefox and IE.

Thanks,
Jim.

-----Original Message-----
From: Aravind R [mailto:aravind.andhrabank@gmail.com]
Sent: Wednesday, 16 March 2016 6:16 PM
To: nvda@groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] NVDA 2016-1

go to document settings ctrl+shift+d.
use tab and untick "report paragraph indentation.

On 3/16/16, Jim Pipczak <Jim.Pipczak@visionaustralia.org> wrote:
Hi all,

Using NVDA 2016.1 and using the physical mouse, whenever I move from
paragraph to paragraph NVDA says paragraph before reading the text.
I can't remember how to turn that off. Your help would be appreciated.

Many thanks,

Jim


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Re: How to right click using laptop keyboard.

 

Right Click in NVDA is NVDA+] on laptop keyboard layout and the right square bracket is two keys to the right of the 'P' key on standard keyboards (whether laptop or desktop).

Brian


Re: How to right click using laptop keyboard.

Chris
 

on mine its the key between the right ctrl and alt keys

On 17/03/2016 20:50, Kevin Cussick via Groups.io wrote:
as the subject says, how do I do a right click using the laptop keyboard in nvda and if it is the right bracket or left bracket or plus sign can you tell me where these keys are for quickness? thanks in advance.


Re: NVDA and Carousel

Mallard
 

What wikis? I've never noticed that...
Ciao,
Ollie

Il 17/03/2016 20:03, Chris Shook ha scritto:
Hi,
Wiki's seem to do that a lot to don't they? That is when you can get them to work with a screen reader.



How to right click using laptop keyboard.

Kevin Cussick
 

as the subject says, how do I do a right click using the laptop keyboard in nvda and if it is the right bracket or left bracket or plus sign can you tell me where these keys are for quickness? thanks in advance.


Re: NVDA and Carousel

Chris Shook <chris0309@...>
 

Hi,
Wiki's seem to do that a lot to don't they? That is when you can get them to work with a screen reader.