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Re: add-ons

 

Well I have searched for and doodledwith  tienda which appears to be a spanish addon store.

It works and there are official and a few nonofficial addons there.

The store is completely developed and looks really good but for security sake vetted addons are probably the best though as we branch there will need to be some more trusted sources.

Of course bits of it are not in english and the nvda.es site is not english either.

Even the store is not completely in english so there is that.

However I do wander if instead of getting into our own store unless we want to do this we should include other sources which are established.

I just for example updated tony's enhancements but thats not been released in updater yet.



On 1/06/2022 7:31 am, Brian Vogel wrote:

Download Sources for Most Add-Ons (some home-grown ones will appear in neither location):

NVDA Add-Ons Directory (hosted by the Spanish-Speaking NVDA Community Association)

NVDA Community Add-Ons Site

The Community Add-Ons Site contains only "officially vetted/reviewed" add-ons, and both of the add-ons you refer to will be there.

Search for NVDA Remote and Add-On Updater on the site.

--

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

Tolerance is the positive and cordial effort to understand another's beliefs, practices, and habits without necessarily sharing or accepting them.

        ~ Joshua Liebman


Re: scheduling a recurring Zoom meeting with NVDA

Sarah k Alawami
 

No, I'm seeing all of the fields as described, at least for now, until something changes. Did you check for updates in zoom itself as it will not auto update.

-----Original Message-----
From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of Bob Cavanaugh
Sent: Tuesday, May 31, 2022 11:08 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] scheduling a recurring Zoom meeting with NVDA

Luke, to answer your question, my friend and I were talking about this and I brought it up. I downloaded and installed the addon, while waiting for her to send me what she saw with JAWS, and it didn't make any difference.
Sarah, so you're saying you saw all of what JAWS shows within Zoom using NVDA? I've never seen it, whether on a free or paid account, across two computers. I do see the radio buttons that ask what calendar I wish to use, and I presume that if I didn't discard the invite once Outlook opened, I'd be able to schedule it as a recurring meeting with the parameters I want, but that only adds it to my Outlook calendar. If I use the mobile app on my phone, something similar happens, as the dates I want are added to my phone's calendar, but Zoom still shows as a recurring meeting meeting anytime. With this setup, the meeting invite that is copied to the clipboard and is what I usually send out doesn't show any date or time information, which basically puts me in the same situation I'm in now where I have to remember to add the date and time information in manually.

On 5/31/22, Sarah k Alawami <marrie12@...> wrote:
Odd, I remember seeing this, but at the time I Had a paid account.
Maybe that's the difference?
Update: I see all of that, so maybe something corrupted in your zoom
or copy of nvda. Run the reg tool in nvda and see if that helps. I
even see "schedule from outlook" and "schedule from google. Also go to
your profile in zoom and check for updates.

Good luck.

-----Original Message-----
From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of Bob
Cavanaugh
Sent: Monday, May 30, 2022 9:40 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] scheduling a recurring Zoom meeting with NVDA

The following is from my friend with my comments. She is running JAWS
and this is what she sees as she tabs through the schedule meeting dialog.
Perhaps does a ticket need to be put in for this?
Meeting Title
Add description link I usually tab past, NVDA doesn't even see this
Choose date Select start time Select start time unit Select duration
hours minutes Select time zone, again NVDA completely skips over
Recurring check box Select recurrence type radio button
first option a specified interval
Second option something like On and then combo boxes for
first..last and then for day of the week. NVDA sees none of this.
end date another Radio button either specify a date or after combo box
occurrences again NVDA doesn't see this registration required
checkbox, again not shown by NVDA. After that is meeting ID and
security options, which NVDA reads fine.

On 5/30/22, Bob Cavanaugh via groups.io
<cavbob1993@...>
wrote:
Typically, what I will do is schedule the meeting, but when Outlook
opens my calendar, I just close it without saving that invite. If the
meeting is only one time, the date and time will be in the text of
the invite, but from what you guys are telling me and what I've seen,
that may only be the case if Zoom is authenticated with Google Calendar.
I'll have to play around with Zoom a bit more and see if I can see
upcoming one time meetings scheduled for future dates, and if that is
the case, I'll have to call her and see if she sees the meeting in
question when she opens Zoom. I'll report back either later today or
tomorrow.

On 5/30/22, Sarah k Alawami <marrie12@...> wrote:
Yep they are sure there. I had a calendar invite when I had the
free account option a while ago, maybe that has changed now?

-----Original Message-----
From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of Bob
Cavanaugh
Sent: Monday, May 30, 2022 10:34 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] scheduling a recurring Zoom meeting with NVDA

I should say, never seen in my own meetings before.

On 5/30/22, Bob Cavanaugh via groups.io
<cavbob1993@...>
wrote:
So, there's no way to do it within Zoom itself, the scheduling has
to be done with your calendar of choice? I'll try the web
interface, as in the invite that my friend sends, there is usually
a link to a calendar invite, which I've never seen before.

On 5/30/22, Sylvie Duchateau <sduchateau@...> wrote:
Hello Bob and all,
You have two ways of scheduling a zoom meeting.
Either you use the zoom desktop application or you use the web
interface.
1. With the zoom app
You will be able to scheduling a recurring meeting but not how
often it will happen.
1. In the first tab of zoom, tab until you hear something like
schedule a new meeting.
2. Hit enter.
3. You will have to type the meeting subject. NVDA does not always
speak what you type. So you should use tab and shift+tab to update
what NVDA pronounces. May be you should select what is proposed by
default, by typing
ctrl+a, and write your own subject.
4. When you tab, you can choose the meeting date. By default, Zoom
displays today's date and time. Tab to reach the month. NVDA
announces, "month and something like rotating button". Use up and
down arrows in order to be sure that the month you want is selected.
5. Use tab again and choose the day you want with up and down arrows.
6. When you tab again, you can select the year.
7. When tabbing again you can reach the time you wish. Note that
the first zone is the actual time, you cannot modify it. Tab again
and you will hear the hours and with another tab, the minutes. You
still can use up and down arrows to select hours and minutes. NVDA
should speak what you are modifying with up and down arrows.
8. When tabbing again, you can select how long the meeting should
last.
One
hour, for example. You still can modify this with up and down arrows.
NVDA
does not always update what is changing so that you should use tab
and
shift+tab to be sure you have selected the right length.
9. Tab again until you hear recurring meeting, checkbox unchecked.
Check it with the space bar.
You will hear an alert that you should ensure that your calendar
can schedule such a meeting. Mine is linked to Outlook but you can
also link to google or any other calendar.
In my case, Outlook asked me to confirm the meeting and I can
choose if the meeting should occur every week, or month.
2. When using zoom in a browser
When you connect to Zoom, you can look for the meetings' tab and
look for your next meeting.
You also have a link to schedule a new meeting.
If you have saved it in the zoom app, you will find this meeting
on the zoom page.
You will have a heading 3 with a link to start the meeting.
You can then read the subject of the meeting then the time.
Under this you can read something like recurring.
After that you have "add to" and links to Google agenda, Outlook
calendar .ics, or yahoo calendar.
When you click on google, for example, a new window will open
asking you to connect to your Google account.
Google asks to confirm that you accept that zoom shares this
information with google.
Select "continue".
You will then find a form with your meeting, you can select the
time, the length and then you have a drop down list where you can
choose if the meeting should occur once, every day, every week,
every month, every year....
Then you can select who you want to invite to this meeting. What
the invited people may do (modify meeting, invite others ....) You
can choose when sending the notification and how (by e-mail for
example)

Then you have to go back to find the button save and you have your
meeting.
I hope this can help.
Otherwise do not hesitate to ask.
Best
Sylvie



































Re: Code Blocks and NVDA

TheeQuinn Public
 

Thanks for your response. I am familiar with VS Code and I discussed it with him, but it seems that setting up C++ with VS code will be more work. I had visited that link and it was speaking of even downloading a compiler separately. So i was wondering if there was some way I could get around this code blocks.


tone while download

larry k <sirlaurence.larry@...>
 

I used to hear a  series of tones while downloading a  program  or pasting something.
is there a  way to turn that feature back on in 22.1
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Re: Code Blocks and NVDA

Russell James
 

I have never used this IDE

I found this information/web site from the information you provided:

The latest news on that site was from March 2021.

I wonder if you would be better off using VS Code...
Perhaps you can discuss this with your instructor.


Russ


On Tue, May 31, 2022 at 4:59 PM TheeQuinn Public <theequinnpublic@...> wrote:
Good day everyone. I have just started a class in C++ and the instructor said that we will be using code blocks as the IDE. I have installed it and I typed up a sample file and saved it but when I run it it just brings me right back to the text area. Does anyone know if NVDA is accessible with this application? If so, where do I go from here?


Re: add-ons

 

On 5/31/2022 2:36 PM, larry k wrote:
is there an addon for remote support and an add on for updating addons?
using v22.1
 
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Code Blocks and NVDA

TheeQuinn Public
 

Good day everyone. I have just started a class in C++ and the instructor said that we will be using code blocks as the IDE. I have installed it and I typed up a sample file and saved it but when I run it it just brings me right back to the text area. Does anyone know if NVDA is accessible with this application? If so, where do I go from here?


Re: do same as routing curser

Gene
 

I don't know which arrow keys you are referring to.  You use numpad keys to move when you move in object navigation. 

JAWS has a touch cursor and object navigation which is the rough equivalent of object navigation.

If you work with my tutorial, you will learn commands for using object navigation and how to move among and into and out of objects.


Gene

On 5/31/2022 3:07 PM, Glenn / Lenny wrote:
Hi Gene,
When I do insert 1 on the number pad, until it says no next object, the 
arrow keys don't move off of the last tab item, either cancel or enter.
I think NVDA cannot do as much as Jaws.
Does NVDA have touch cursors?
Sometimes in some programs, I have to use that with Jaws.
I've put keyboard help on with NVDA and explored key combinations, and I 
think I may have come across touch cursor, but maybe I'm remembering 
something else.
Glenn 








Re: do same as routing curser

Glenn / Lenny
 

Hi Gene,
When I do insert 1 on the number pad, until it says no next object, the
arrow keys don't move off of the last tab item, either cancel or enter.
I think NVDA cannot do as much as Jaws.
Does NVDA have touch cursors?
Sometimes in some programs, I have to use that with Jaws.
I've put keyboard help on with NVDA and explored key combinations, and I
think I may have come across touch cursor, but maybe I'm remembering
something else.
Glenn


Re: add-ons

larry k <sirlaurence.larry@...>
 

I have the addon, but I  need to activate it. how with this ini file?
 
 
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From: Rui Fontes
Sent: Tuesday, May 31, 2022 12:51 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] add-ons
 

Yes to both questions...

Go to add-on manager and you will find a button to get add-ons...

On that page you will find both...

 

Rui Fontes

 

Às 19:36 de 31/05/2022, larry k escreveu:
is there an addon for remote support and an add on for updating addons?
using v22.1
 
larry
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Re: add-ons

Rui Fontes
 

Yes to both questions...

Go to add-on manager and you will find a button to get add-ons...

On that page you will find both...


Rui Fontes


Às 19:36 de 31/05/2022, larry k escreveu:

is there an addon for remote support and an add on for updating addons?
using v22.1
 
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Re: NVDARecorder

Rui Fontes
 

Hello!


Usage
This add-on serves to record in a text document all speeches of NVDA while the add-on is active. After recording stops, the text document will open.
Note: What is spoken in SayAll is not recorded.
To activate/deactivate the recording Press ALT + NumPad Plus. This command can be modified in the "Input gestures" dialog in the "Miscellaneous" category.
Automatic update
This add-on includes an automatic update feature. The check for a new version will be executed everytime NVDA is loaded. If you do not want this, go to NVDA, Preferences, Options and in the add-on category uncheck the check box.

Best regards,

Rui Fontes
NVDA portuguese team


Às 19:24 de 31/05/2022, George McCoy escreveu:

What does this add-on do?


On 5/30/2022 2:56 PM, Rui Fontes wrote:
Hello!


Released version 2022.05 of NVDARecorder to be compatible with NVDA 2022.1...

Direct download:

https://github.com/ruifontes/NVDARecorder/releases/download/2022.05/NVDARecorder-2022.05.nvda-addon


Best regards,

NVDA portuguese team









Re: add-ons

 

Download Sources for Most Add-Ons (some home-grown ones will appear in neither location):

NVDA Add-Ons Directory (hosted by the Spanish-Speaking NVDA Community Association)

NVDA Community Add-Ons Site

The Community Add-Ons Site contains only "officially vetted/reviewed" add-ons, and both of the add-ons you refer to will be there.

Search for NVDA Remote and Add-On Updater on the site.

--

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

Tolerance is the positive and cordial effort to understand another's beliefs, practices, and habits without necessarily sharing or accepting them.

        ~ Joshua Liebman


add-ons

larry k <sirlaurence.larry@...>
 

is there an addon for remote support and an add on for updating addons?
using v22.1
 
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Re: do same as routing curser

Chris Smart
 

Glenn, perhaps this article will help you transition.

https://gttprogram.blog/2018/12/20/switching-from-jaws-to-nvda-nvaccess-nvda-community-wiki-%C2%B7-github/

 

But, the User Guide exists too, and easy to navigate and read.

 


Re: do same as routing curser

Chris Smart
 

The action is similar but the nomenclature is different, as with any
application.

Try NVDA+Numpad Slash to move the mouse pointer to the current navigator
object. Then try Numpad Slash on its own to emulate a left mouse click.

-----Original Message-----
From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of Glenn / Lenny
Sent: May 31, 2022 2:16 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: [nvda] do same as routing curser

Hi,
I have a radio programming program that I have to select the com port that
the radio is able to be accessed to.
With Jaws and NVDA, when I tab in the window, it only goes to enter and
cancel, but insert B reads com ports of which I can check, one of available
ports.
With Jaws, I can route Jaws to PC and find the port I want, and either do a
left mouse click with the number pad or I can at the point I'm on the port I
want, route PC to Jaws, either way will select the port with a check.
I cannot figure out how to do this with NVDA.
I do insert num 7 and it says review mode, and using insert minus or insert
5 I can move around to different windows, but the closest I get is where it
says com select window, but the reading and arrow keys and tab only go to
enter and cancel.
If NVDA is able to do stuff like this, it isn't intuitive, or there needs to
better information on this.
I know lots of people for whom this is exactly why they don't use NVDA.
Thanks for any assistance with this.

Glenn


Re: do same as routing curser

Gene
 

Probably using object navigation would work.  I did a tutorial on object navigation.  Brian is hosting it at this link:
https://drive.google.com/uc?export=download&id=1HZ7oqhtmwWXGVvAivYL_0pi9AcHc3WjZ

I'll describe what has a good chance of working but depending on how you use your computer, you may find it well worth your while to learn how to use object navigation.

For now, be in object navigation mode, issue the command numpad insert numpad 1 until you hear no previous navigation mode, or something similar.
Then try moving with numpad insert numpad 4 to move back by object and numpad insert numpad 6 to move forward.  You have a good chance of finding what you want that way.  When you are on the item you want to activate, use the command numpad insert numpad enter. Numpad enter is the long key farthest down on the right most column of the numpad.

I am giving desktop keyboard commands.  I don't know the laptop commands.

Gene

On 5/31/2022 1:16 PM, Glenn / Lenny wrote:
Hi,
I have a radio programming program that I have to select the com port that 
the radio is able to be accessed to.
With Jaws and NVDA, when I tab in the window, it only goes to enter and 
cancel, but insert B reads com ports of which I can check, one of available 
ports.
With Jaws, I can route Jaws to PC and find the port I want, and either do a 
left mouse click with the number pad or I can at the point I'm on the port I 
want, route PC to Jaws, either way will select the port with a check.
I cannot figure out how to do this with NVDA.
I do insert num 7 and it says review mode, and using insert minus or insert 
5 I can move around to different windows, but the closest I get is where it 
says
com select window, but the reading and arrow keys and tab only go to enter 
and cancel.
If NVDA is able to do stuff like this, it isn't intuitive, or there needs to 
better information on this.
I know lots of people for whom this is exactly why they don't use NVDA.
Thanks for any assistance with this.

Glenn 








Re: NVDARecorder

George McCoy
 

What does this add-on do?

On 5/30/2022 2:56 PM, Rui Fontes wrote:
Hello!


Released version 2022.05 of NVDARecorder to be compatible with NVDA 2022.1...

Direct download:

https://github.com/ruifontes/NVDARecorder/releases/download/2022.05/NVDARecorder-2022.05.nvda-addon


Best regards,

NVDA portuguese team






do same as routing curser

Glenn / Lenny
 

Hi,
I have a radio programming program that I have to select the com port that
the radio is able to be accessed to.
With Jaws and NVDA, when I tab in the window, it only goes to enter and
cancel, but insert B reads com ports of which I can check, one of available
ports.
With Jaws, I can route Jaws to PC and find the port I want, and either do a
left mouse click with the number pad or I can at the point I'm on the port I
want, route PC to Jaws, either way will select the port with a check.
I cannot figure out how to do this with NVDA.
I do insert num 7 and it says review mode, and using insert minus or insert
5 I can move around to different windows, but the closest I get is where it
says
com select window, but the reading and arrow keys and tab only go to enter
and cancel.
If NVDA is able to do stuff like this, it isn't intuitive, or there needs to
better information on this.
I know lots of people for whom this is exactly why they don't use NVDA.
Thanks for any assistance with this.

Glenn


Re: scheduling a recurring Zoom meeting with NVDA

Bob Cavanaugh
 

Luke, to answer your question, my friend and I were talking about this
and I brought it up. I downloaded and installed the addon, while
waiting for her to send me what she saw with JAWS, and it didn't make
any difference.
Sarah, so you're saying you saw all of what JAWS shows within Zoom
using NVDA? I've never seen it, whether on a free or paid account,
across two computers. I do see the radio buttons that ask what
calendar I wish to use, and I presume that if I didn't discard the
invite once Outlook opened, I'd be able to schedule it as a recurring
meeting with the parameters I want, but that only adds it to my
Outlook calendar. If I use the mobile app on my phone, something
similar happens, as the dates I want are added to my phone's calendar,
but Zoom still shows as a recurring meeting meeting anytime. With this
setup, the meeting invite that is copied to the clipboard and is what
I usually send out doesn't show any date or time information, which
basically puts me in the same situation I'm in now where I have to
remember to add the date and time information in manually.

On 5/31/22, Sarah k Alawami <marrie12@...> wrote:
Odd, I remember seeing this, but at the time I Had a paid account. Maybe
that's the difference?
Update: I see all of that, so maybe something corrupted in your zoom or copy
of nvda. Run the reg tool in nvda and see if that helps. I even see
"schedule from outlook" and "schedule from google. Also go to your profile
in zoom and check for updates.

Good luck.

-----Original Message-----
From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of Bob Cavanaugh
Sent: Monday, May 30, 2022 9:40 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] scheduling a recurring Zoom meeting with NVDA

The following is from my friend with my comments. She is running JAWS and
this is what she sees as she tabs through the schedule meeting dialog.
Perhaps does a ticket need to be put in for this?
Meeting Title
Add description link I usually tab past, NVDA doesn't even see this Choose
date Select start time Select start time unit Select duration hours minutes
Select time zone, again NVDA completely skips over Recurring check box
Select recurrence type radio button
first option a specified interval
Second option something like On and then combo boxes for first..last
and then for day of the week. NVDA sees none of this.
end date another Radio button either specify a date or after combo box
occurrences again NVDA doesn't see this registration required checkbox,
again not shown by NVDA. After that is meeting ID and security options,
which NVDA reads fine.

On 5/30/22, Bob Cavanaugh via groups.io <cavbob1993@...>
wrote:
Typically, what I will do is schedule the meeting, but when Outlook
opens my calendar, I just close it without saving that invite. If the
meeting is only one time, the date and time will be in the text of the
invite, but from what you guys are telling me and what I've seen, that
may only be the case if Zoom is authenticated with Google Calendar.
I'll have to play around with Zoom a bit more and see if I can see
upcoming one time meetings scheduled for future dates, and if that is
the case, I'll have to call her and see if she sees the meeting in
question when she opens Zoom. I'll report back either later today or
tomorrow.

On 5/30/22, Sarah k Alawami <marrie12@...> wrote:
Yep they are sure there. I had a calendar invite when I had the free
account option a while ago, maybe that has changed now?

-----Original Message-----
From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of Bob
Cavanaugh
Sent: Monday, May 30, 2022 10:34 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] scheduling a recurring Zoom meeting with NVDA

I should say, never seen in my own meetings before.

On 5/30/22, Bob Cavanaugh via groups.io
<cavbob1993@...>
wrote:
So, there's no way to do it within Zoom itself, the scheduling has
to be done with your calendar of choice? I'll try the web interface,
as in the invite that my friend sends, there is usually a link to a
calendar invite, which I've never seen before.

On 5/30/22, Sylvie Duchateau <sduchateau@...> wrote:
Hello Bob and all,
You have two ways of scheduling a zoom meeting.
Either you use the zoom desktop application or you use the web
interface.
1. With the zoom app
You will be able to scheduling a recurring meeting but not how
often it will happen.
1. In the first tab of zoom, tab until you hear something like
schedule a new meeting.
2. Hit enter.
3. You will have to type the meeting subject. NVDA does not always
speak what you type. So you should use tab and shift+tab to update
what NVDA pronounces. May be you should select what is proposed by
default, by typing
ctrl+a, and write your own subject.
4. When you tab, you can choose the meeting date. By default, Zoom
displays today's date and time. Tab to reach the month. NVDA
announces, "month and something like rotating button". Use up and
down arrows in order to be sure that the month you want is selected.
5. Use tab again and choose the day you want with up and down arrows.
6. When you tab again, you can select the year.
7. When tabbing again you can reach the time you wish. Note that
the first zone is the actual time, you cannot modify it. Tab again
and you will hear the hours and with another tab, the minutes. You
still can use up and down arrows to select hours and minutes. NVDA
should speak what you are modifying with up and down arrows.
8. When tabbing again, you can select how long the meeting should
last.
One
hour, for example. You still can modify this with up and down arrows.
NVDA
does not always update what is changing so that you should use tab
and
shift+tab to be sure you have selected the right length.
9. Tab again until you hear recurring meeting, checkbox unchecked.
Check it with the space bar.
You will hear an alert that you should ensure that your calendar
can schedule such a meeting. Mine is linked to Outlook but you can
also link to google or any other calendar.
In my case, Outlook asked me to confirm the meeting and I can
choose if the meeting should occur every week, or month.
2. When using zoom in a browser
When you connect to Zoom, you can look for the meetings' tab and
look for your next meeting.
You also have a link to schedule a new meeting.
If you have saved it in the zoom app, you will find this meeting on
the zoom page.
You will have a heading 3 with a link to start the meeting.
You can then read the subject of the meeting then the time.
Under this you can read something like recurring.
After that you have "add to" and links to Google agenda, Outlook
calendar .ics, or yahoo calendar.
When you click on google, for example, a new window will open
asking you to connect to your Google account.
Google asks to confirm that you accept that zoom shares this
information with google.
Select "continue".
You will then find a form with your meeting, you can select the
time, the length and then you have a drop down list where you can
choose if the meeting should occur once, every day, every week,
every month, every year....
Then you can select who you want to invite to this meeting. What
the invited people may do (modify meeting, invite others ....) You
can choose when sending the notification and how (by e-mail for
example)

Then you have to go back to find the button save and you have your
meeting.
I hope this can help.
Otherwise do not hesitate to ask.
Best
Sylvie


































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