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Tabs on web Pages

Andy
 

I am noticing that more and more web pages are using tabs to organize their content.  For example, a restaurant web site may use separate tabs on a web page displaying their menu for breakfast, lunch items, etc.  When I hit ENTER or the spacebar on these tabs I hear nothing unless I leave the tab.  I can't read items within the tab, or move among items within the tab.  What keystrokes to I need to use to work with these tabsf?
 
Andy
 


Re: Nonstandard writing systems

 

See this topic from earlier in the year:  https://nvda.groups.io/g/nvda/topic/30405452

I also had some extensive off-list conversations about the IPA and NVDA.  The only thing I can see working in any meaningful way is letter by letter reading if one can agree on what the letter names for many IPA symbols are.   For myself, even that would be maddening, as when I read the IPA I read it phonetically, sounding out as I go through the transcription.  (Of course, being able to see it has a huge impact on how I read it.)
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The color of truth is grey.

           ~ André Gide

 

 


vmware workstation issues

 

Hi.

Well just started my podcast using vmware workstation.

This is not about the cast, in brief the following issues I have with vmware workstation 15 as of now.

1.  the edit boxes in vm creation just do not speak.

And the list of virtual machines and controls do not read without ocr, this is on the workstation itself.

I do have player as part of things and that may work a little better, however I brought workstation to get the full range of os choices and it did cost me quite a bundle, and so I would really like to use it fully.


The fields will read fine when they are full of data but not while inputting data.

Could there be an addon for vmware workstation please?


Re: NVDA does not support line breaks in PDF files

Jonathan COHN
 

Because PDF is an evolving format that was initially just used to provide displaying of printed documents, but now including PDF-UA 2 tagging that provides appropriate tagging for distinguishing headings, table titles, list structure etc, often one PDF file can be used appropriately by screen readers while a similar looking file can not. First question to consider:
Were you prompted to use auto tagging when viewing the document? If so, then this means the PDF creator did not create a fully accessible version of the document. One can often find discussions about this on accessibility support discussions.
I currently don't know how to determine if the tagging of the PDF meets a specific PDF-UA standard.
HTH,

Jonathan
 


Weather_Plus 6.8 update available

Adriano Barbieri
 

Hi to every one,


Weather_Plus is currently unable to collect the city recurrences, there are currently problems with retrieving WOEIDs from the database, we hope it will be resolved as soon as possible.
See:
http://woeid.rosselliot.co.nz/
or:
http://www.woeidlookup.com/

Apart from that, however, the addon does work correctly.
This is the only site that still finds city events and provides the respective woeId code:
http://www.findmecity.com/

Changes in this version:
• updated flag necessary for the branches below;
nvda_snapshot_threshold and nvda_snapshot_threshold_py3_staging.
Weather_Plus can update itself, however you can download it from the following pages:
http://www.nvda.it/files/plugin/weather_plus6.8.nvda-addon
Or:
https://addons.nvda-project.org/addons/Weather_Plus.en.html
I I wish thank Noelia, Abdel, Rémy, Zvonimir and all the translators for support this addon.


Greetings
Adriano



Re: Nonstandard writing systems

Damien Garwood <damien@...>
 

Hi Sarah,
The problem is, NVDA doesn't even speak some of the symbols. Other times I get what seem to be standard ANSI symbols like / and ', and some actual letters. So I'm not quite sure what is part of the IPA and what isn't.
Is MathML an alternative to MathPlayer?
Cheers,
Damien.

On 08/07/2019 05:35 pm, Sarah k Alawami wrote:
For IPA you need to memorize he symbols unless you want to put their sounds into nvda's dictionary which can be daunting at best.
That's all I can help you with, as I don't use math ml, yet. I took a diction for singers class and we had to memorise the english and italian IPA sounds.
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Our telegram <https://t.me/tffppodcast> channel is also a good place for an announce only in regard to podcasts, contests, etc.
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On 8 Jul 2019, at 9:20, Damien Garwood wrote:
Hi there,
When I am reading articles on the web, more often than not on
Wikipedia, I come across two common problems.
1. When looking at articles to do with language, it likes to use IPA
symbols. All NVDA gives me is the odd letter, as well as slash
symbols and so on. Is this just what NVDA is seeing, or do I need
something specialised to read the phonetic pronunciations?
2. Similarly, with mathematical articles, I get spaces that do
nothing. I was told that MathPlayer solved this, but even with
MathPlayer on its least verbose and lowest level reading setting, I
still can't read a formula character by character. Also the way it
announces things can be slightly over-technical or different to how
I've heard it said in normal conversation.
Any advice on conquering these issues would be greatly appreciated.
Cheers.
Damien.


Re: Nonstandard writing systems

Sarah k Alawami
 

For IPA you need to memorize he symbols unless you want to put their sounds into nvda's dictionary which can be daunting at best.

That's all I can help you with, as I don't use math ml, yet. I took a diction for singers class and we had to memorise the english and italian IPA sounds.

Sarah Alawami, owner of TFFP. . For more info go to our website. This is also our libsyn page as well.
For stuff we sell, mac training materials and  tutorials go here.
and for hosting options go here
to subscribe to the feed click here

Our telegram channel is also a good place for an announce only in regard to podcasts, contests, etc.

Finally, to become a patron and help support the podcast go here

On 8 Jul 2019, at 9:20, Damien Garwood wrote:

Hi there,
When I am reading articles on the web, more often than not on Wikipedia, I come across two common problems.
1. When looking at articles to do with language, it likes to use IPA symbols. All NVDA gives me is the odd letter, as well as slash symbols and so on. Is this just what NVDA is seeing, or do I need something specialised to read the phonetic pronunciations?
2. Similarly, with mathematical articles, I get spaces that do nothing. I was told that MathPlayer solved this, but even with MathPlayer on its least verbose and lowest level reading setting, I still can't read a formula character by character. Also the way it announces things can be slightly over-technical or different to how I've heard it said in normal conversation.
Any advice on conquering these issues would be greatly appreciated.
Cheers.
Damien.


Nonstandard writing systems

Damien Garwood <damien@...>
 

Hi there,
When I am reading articles on the web, more often than not on Wikipedia, I come across two common problems.
1. When looking at articles to do with language, it likes to use IPA symbols. All NVDA gives me is the odd letter, as well as slash symbols and so on. Is this just what NVDA is seeing, or do I need something specialised to read the phonetic pronunciations?
2. Similarly, with mathematical articles, I get spaces that do nothing. I was told that MathPlayer solved this, but even with MathPlayer on its least verbose and lowest level reading setting, I still can't read a formula character by character. Also the way it announces things can be slightly over-technical or different to how I've heard it said in normal conversation.
Any advice on conquering these issues would be greatly appreciated.
Cheers.
Damien.


Re: NVDA does not support line breaks in PDF files

Perry Simm
 

Hi!
I think I figured out what's going on. In issue #7275 it was discussed that Adobe Reader doesn't let NVDA differentiate between the two kinds of line breaks, namely, author-generated line breaks such as in poetry or source code, and line breaks created by Adobe Reader automatically to make the text fit within the window. So it was decided to have NVDA simply strip all line breaks from PDF content.
Technically, NVDA is doing the right thing, and the error lies with incorrectly authored PDF files. However, since these incorrectly authored files abound on the web, I strongly urge developers to prioritize usability above technological perfectionism in this case. JAWS went down this route, and succeeded. This doesn't make this route the correct one always, but this time I believe it would do much more good than harm.
A possible compromise would be to make this behavior dependent upon the NVDA option to honor screen layout in browse mode. Why not strip line breaks when screen layout is turned off, and honor them when it is on?
I fully understand that NVDA is currently doing the technically correct thing. However, in this case it breaks the user experience and puts NVDA at a clear disadvantage compared to its competitor, a disadvantage which, in its conquest to be accepted in workplace environments, it clearly cannot afford.
Cheers Perry


Re: NVDA does not support line breaks in PDF files

Gene
 

You are probably thinking of the number of characters per line setting.  Web pages generally don't have line breaks except where the writer specifically puts one in the text.  But browsers determine the length of lines in general by the size of the window from left to right.  In browse mode, the line length is determined by the screen-reader and I don't think has any relation to the size of the reader.  So you have the ability to set the lines to your desired length. 
 
But PDF documents may have regularly occurring line breaks.  I don't know.  
NVDA uses browse mode and evidently doesn't understand the character used by PDF documents for line breaks.  You can change the length of lines at present by working with the characters per line setting.  This won't follow actual line breaks but may make the document more as you want it.
 
Gene

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, July 08, 2019 4:51 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] NVDA does not support line breaks in PDF files

I cannot answer this definitively but I have encountered similar problem on web pages and the solution then was to change some of the document layout properties of NVDA using NVDA Control and D.

Unfortunately I have gone back to a web page and examined the document layout properties pane and I cannot immediately identify which was the setting I changed at the  time.

Someone else may remember what property I am thinking of.

I hope I am not sending people off on a wild goose chase.

David Griffith.

 

 

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: Perry Simm via Groups.Io
Sent: 08 July 2019 10:00
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: [nvda] NVDA does not support line breaks in PDF files

 

Hi!

When reading a PDF with NVDA in Adobe Reader, I find that NVDA does not honor line breaks. To illustrate, let's say part of the PDF looks like this:

[snip]

Line one

Line two

Line three

[/snip]

When reading this PDF with NVDA, I would get:

[snip]

Line one Line two Line three

[/snip]

Such is the basic nature of the problem I am facing. Now for some auxiliary observations:

1. When exporting the PDF as a text file, the text file ends up having correct line breaks.

2. When reading the PDF with JAWS, line breaks are correctly presented.

3. The problem occurs on three machines, two of them running Windows 10, the third running Windows 7, with both NVDA 2019.1 and current beta of 2019.2.

4. The problem persists after uninstalling and then reinstalling Adobe Reader.

5. The problem persists after repairing the Adobe Reader installation.

Since Adobe Reader itself exports the line breaks correctly, and since JAWS is also seeing them as expected, the problem is clearly with NVDA.

Cheers Perry

 

Sent with ProtonMail Secure Email.

 

 


Re: NVDA does not support line breaks in PDF files

Perry Simm
 

Hi David,
On Monday, July 8, 2019 11:51 AM, David Griffith <daj.griffith@...> wrote:

I hope I am not sending people off on a wild goose chase.

Don't you worry, sometimes a wild goose chase is a good start, and the more people are thinking about a problem, the more likely a solution will emerge. And I really hope it does emerge soon. This thing is seriously broken.
Cheers Perry


Re: NVDA does not support line breaks in PDF files

David Griffith
 

I cannot answer this definitively but I have encountered similar problem on web pages and the solution then was to change some of the document layout properties of NVDA using NVDA Control and D.

Unfortunately I have gone back to a web page and examined the document layout properties pane and I cannot immediately identify which was the setting I changed at the  time.

Someone else may remember what property I am thinking of.

I hope I am not sending people off on a wild goose chase.

David Griffith.

 

 

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: Perry Simm via Groups.Io
Sent: 08 July 2019 10:00
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: [nvda] NVDA does not support line breaks in PDF files

 

Hi!

When reading a PDF with NVDA in Adobe Reader, I find that NVDA does not honor line breaks. To illustrate, let's say part of the PDF looks like this:

[snip]

Line one

Line two

Line three

[/snip]

When reading this PDF with NVDA, I would get:

[snip]

Line one Line two Line three

[/snip]

Such is the basic nature of the problem I am facing. Now for some auxiliary observations:

1. When exporting the PDF as a text file, the text file ends up having correct line breaks.

2. When reading the PDF with JAWS, line breaks are correctly presented.

3. The problem occurs on three machines, two of them running Windows 10, the third running Windows 7, with both NVDA 2019.1 and current beta of 2019.2.

4. The problem persists after uninstalling and then reinstalling Adobe Reader.

5. The problem persists after repairing the Adobe Reader installation.

Since Adobe Reader itself exports the line breaks correctly, and since JAWS is also seeing them as expected, the problem is clearly with NVDA.

Cheers Perry

 

Sent with ProtonMail Secure Email.

 

 


NVDA does not support line breaks in PDF files

Perry Simm
 

Hi!
When reading a PDF with NVDA in Adobe Reader, I find that NVDA does not honor line breaks. To illustrate, let's say part of the PDF looks like this:
[snip]
Line one
Line two
Line three
[/snip]
When reading this PDF with NVDA, I would get:
[snip]
Line one Line two Line three
[/snip]
Such is the basic nature of the problem I am facing. Now for some auxiliary observations:
1. When exporting the PDF as a text file, the text file ends up having correct line breaks.
2. When reading the PDF with JAWS, line breaks are correctly presented.
3. The problem occurs on three machines, two of them running Windows 10, the third running Windows 7, with both NVDA 2019.1 and current beta of 2019.2.
4. The problem persists after uninstalling and then reinstalling Adobe Reader.
5. The problem persists after repairing the Adobe Reader installation.
Since Adobe Reader itself exports the line breaks correctly, and since JAWS is also seeing them as expected, the problem is clearly with NVDA.
Cheers Perry

Sent with ProtonMail Secure Email.


Nvda and anouncing number of items

Jarek.Krcmar
 

Hi all,

I would like set Nvda to stop anouncing numbers of items.

Could you give me an advice, please?

Cheer


--
Jarek


Re: Reading epub books with NVDA

Mallard
 

Yes, but again, this isn't an epub reader, but a converter.


As long as we have to convert books and lose all the html benefits, we're not there at all...


Ciao,

Ollie

Il 07/07/2019 00:19, Shaun Everiss ha scritto:
well codex at http://jscholes.net/projects is probably what you want.

I think thats right, its calibre with a frontend and converts your book to whatever you need.

Getting something like dolphin easy reader is 80 bucks, and can read epub, not sure if readers like amis can read epub.



On 6/07/2019 8:51 PM, Felix G. wrote:
Hi folks,
I'm looking for a convenient and easy way to read an epub book with
NVDA. With epub being just html plus metadata and some additional
content wrapped in a zip container, I feel this shouldn't be
complicated. Any helpful pointers would make my day.
I know about Calibre and converting books to docx/pdf/txt. That's not
what I mean. I'd like to be able to open an epub and start reading
without jumping through hoops.
Thanks in advance,
Felix



.


Re: Reading epub books with NVDA

Mallard
 

I agree. Not even Adobe Digital Editions, which would be the official epub and pdf reader for drm-protected books and not only, has serious issues.


I think that the latest versions of Kindle ebooks aer the most usable with NVDA, though not perfect either.


It's incredible that, after all the years we've had epubs around, nobody has come up with a decent epub reader!

Ciao,

Ollie

Il 07/07/2019 04:51, Devin Prater ha scritto:
This is my thought too. Indeed, EPub is HTML, and should be treated as such. It still amazes me that we still don’t have a great eBook reader. Even Read just extracts the text.


On Jul 6, 2019, at 9:48 PM, Sean Murphy <mhysnm1964@gmail.com> wrote:

All,


EPub is HTML. If the reader shows the content as plain text, then it fails as a EPub reader. As you are loosing all the HTMl mark-up structure and other ability of jumping through the books, ETC. Some readers I have use their own TTS engine which I classify this as a failure because you cannot navigate by links, buttons, etc. If there is one that does this, I am very interested in looking at. Personally, for a screen reader this is a duplicate functionality.

The browser option some are not accessible because you cannot find the button to open the Epub or the focus is not placed into the Epub book. Firefox version has this issue. Edge seems to work okay with NVDA, but have not tested in depth.

IF any stand-only EPub readers retain the HTMl structures and also can read Digitally secured versions. I am very interested in checking out with NVDA.



-----Original Message-----
From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of Jason White via Groups.Io
Sent: Sunday, 7 July 2019 10:27 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Reading epub books with NVDA

Try Chrome with the Readium extension. I haven't used it recently, but it seems to be fairly accessible, and there are accessibility specialists working on it.


On 7/6/19 6:19 PM, Shaun Everiss wrote:
well codex at http://jscholes.net/projects is probably what you want.

I think thats right, its calibre with a frontend and converts your
book to whatever you need.

Getting something like dolphin easy reader is 80 bucks, and can read
epub, not sure if readers like amis can read epub.



On 6/07/2019 8:51 PM, Felix G. wrote:
Hi folks,
I'm looking for a convenient and easy way to read an epub book with
NVDA. With epub being just html plus metadata and some additional
content wrapped in a zip container, I feel this shouldn't be
complicated. Any helpful pointers would make my day.
I know about Calibre and converting books to docx/pdf/txt. That's not
what I mean. I'd like to be able to open an epub and start reading
without jumping through hoops.
Thanks in advance,
Felix



.






Re: Reading epub books with NVDA

Tyler Spivey
 

I don't consider Balabolka an accessible epub reader.
NVDA uses the display model for its edit field, so say all doesn't work. Say all is one of the most important things you can have in a reader.

On 7/7/2019 6:23 AM, Jarek.Krcmar wrote:
Hi David,
if you have installed some voices, you can select , what you want use in Balabolka.
Reading you can start with the key F5 and stop reading with Key F7.
Youcan save Balabolka in the options.
Jarek
Jarek
Dne 06.07.2019 v 23:31 David Griffith napsal(a):

Hello

I have tried Balabolka with NVDA.

It seems that it is designed to be used with TTS speech engines rather than with NVDA feedback for speech. Say all does not work for example.

I found it worked best with NVDA muted, with sound re-enabled for navigating program controls.

It does work well with some of my IIvona voices for reading.

The one baffling thing is that I cannot seem to retain TTS speech settings after closing Balabolka. So every time I start the app it reverts to Microsoft Hazel and I have to reset all the settings for my Ivona voice.

Does anybody know how to save TTS speech settings in as default in Balabolka? Pressing default in settings simply reverts the TTS settings to thedefault for that voice in terms of rate and pitch etc.

David Griffith

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*From: *Kostadin Kolev <mailto:k.kolev1985@gmail.com>
*Sent: *06 July 2019 13:57
*To: *nvda@nvda.groups.io <mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io>
*Subject: *Re: [nvda] Reading epub books with NVDA

Hello,

One small correction. Balabolka does support table of contents. It imports it as "named bookmarks", which can be found in the "Bookmarks" menu or by pressing F2.

______
Best wishes,
Kostadin Kolev

На 6.7.2019 г. в 15:43, Aman Singer написа:

Hi,


  The only two programs I know of which support most of Epub's features (tables of contents, notes, links, etc.) on Windows are QRead

https://q-continuum.net/qread/

and Dolphin's Easy Reader

https://yourdolphin.com/products/education/easyreader-for-windows


  QRead is excellent, fast, stable, can open huge files smoothly on very low-power machines, and is basically an amazing application. The author seems to have more or less abandoned it, but I would respectfully suggest it's worth buying for what it is now.

  EasyReader is not as fast or stable, its access to libraries is nice, but it seems to be a package sold to sighted people for blind people to use rather than sold to blind people themselves. I found it unusable generally and gave up on it. Balabolca is really nice but doesn't support, so far as I know, tables of contents at all. I would love to be wrong about this, but it basically makes your epub one long text file. Both Firefox and Edge support opening epubs, though I believe Firefox still needs extensions to do this properly. In any case, I have found that browser support for the files is bad. Navigation is difficult, loading is slow, and some files just don't work. Kurzweil 1000, and I think Openbook, also support Epub, but only as part of their other functions, I wouldn't buy them just for that support. I may say that they're both slower and more unwieldy than QRead for just reading, though obviously they do far more than read. I hope that's of use, and would welcome corrections or additions, it's always good to have many ways of doing things. I am tempted to say that the only really smooth way of reading Epub on Windows is QRead. I wish it weren't so, it's never good to be stuck with one application, particularly when that application has been more or less left and requires online activation, but it's where we are as far as I can see.

Aman

-----Original Message-----

From:nvda@nvda.groups.io <mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io> [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of Felix G.

Sent: Saturday, July 06, 2019 4:51 AM

To:nvda@nvda.groups.io <mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io>

Subject: [nvda] Reading epub books with NVDA


Hi folks,

I'm looking for a convenient and easy way to read an epub book with NVDA. With epub being just html plus metadata and some additional content wrapped in a zip container, I feel this shouldn't be complicated. Any helpful pointers would make my day.

I know about Calibre and converting books to docx/pdf/txt. That's not what I mean. I'd like to be able to open an epub and start reading without jumping through hoops.

Thanks in advance,

Felix








Re: Reading epub books with NVDA

Jarek.Krcmar
 

Hi David,

if you have installed some voices, you can select , what you want use in Balabolka.

Reading you can start with the key F5 and stop reading with Key F7.

Youcan save Balabolka in the options.

Jarek

Jarek
Dne 06.07.2019 v 23:31 David Griffith napsal(a):

Hello

I have tried Balabolka with NVDA.

It seems that it is designed to be used with TTS speech engines rather than with NVDA feedback for speech. Say all does not work for example.

I found it worked best with NVDA muted, with sound re-enabled for navigating program controls.

It does work well with some of my IIvona voices for reading.

The one baffling thing is that I cannot seem to retain TTS speech settings after closing Balabolka. So every time I start the app it reverts to Microsoft Hazel and I have to reset all the settings for my Ivona voice.

Does anybody know how to save TTS speech  settings in as default in Balabolka? Pressing default in settings simply reverts the TTS settings to thedefault for that voice in terms of rate and pitch etc.

 

David Griffith

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: Kostadin Kolev
Sent: 06 July 2019 13:57
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Reading epub books with NVDA

 

Hello,

One small correction. Balabolka does support table of contents. It imports it as "named bookmarks", which can be found in the "Bookmarks" menu or by pressing F2.

______
Best wishes,
Kostadin Kolev

На 6.7.2019 г. в 15:43, Aman Singer написа:

Hi,
 
  The only two programs I know of which support most of Epub's features (tables of contents, notes, links, etc.) on Windows are QRead
https://q-continuum.net/qread/
and Dolphin's Easy Reader
https://yourdolphin.com/products/education/easyreader-for-windows
  
  QRead is excellent, fast, stable, can open huge files smoothly on very low-power machines, and is basically an amazing application. The author seems to have more or less abandoned it, but I would respectfully suggest it's worth buying for what it is now.
  EasyReader is not as fast or stable, its access to libraries is nice, but it seems to be a package sold to sighted people for blind people to use rather than sold to blind people themselves. I found it unusable generally and gave up on it. Balabolca is really nice but doesn't support, so far as I know, tables of contents at all. I would love to be wrong about this, but it basically makes your epub one long text file. Both Firefox and Edge support opening epubs, though I believe Firefox still needs extensions to do this properly. In any case, I have found that browser support for the files is bad. Navigation is difficult, loading is slow, and some files just don't work. Kurzweil 1000, and I think Openbook, also support Epub, but only as part of their other functions, I wouldn't buy them just for that support. I may say that they're both slower and more unwieldy than QRead for just reading, though obviously they do far more than read. I hope that's of use, and would welcome corrections or additions, it's always good to have many ways of doing things. I am tempted to say that the only really smooth way of reading Epub on Windows is QRead. I wish it weren't so, it's never good to be stuck with one application, particularly when that application has been more or less left and requires online activation, but it's where we are as far as I can see.
Aman
 -----Original Message-----
From: nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of Felix G.
Sent: Saturday, July 06, 2019 4:51 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: [nvda] Reading epub books with NVDA
 
Hi folks,
I'm looking for a convenient and easy way to read an epub book with NVDA. With epub being just html plus metadata and some additional content wrapped in a zip container, I feel this shouldn't be complicated. Any helpful pointers would make my day.
I know about Calibre and converting books to docx/pdf/txt. That's not what I mean. I'd like to be able to open an epub and start reading without jumping through hoops.
Thanks in advance,
Felix
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 


Re: In-Process 5th July

Quentin Christensen
 

Thanks Gene,

We have had a few inquiries recently from banks and the like, which prompted me to add the extra info in.  It is my intention to keep updating the information in various sections of the site to keep them up to date, or relevant to what people want to know.

As always, do please let me know if you have any feedback, or get any thoughts from the people you sent the link to.

Kind regards

Quentin.

On Sun, Jul 7, 2019 at 5:56 PM hurrikennyandopo ... <hurrikennyandopo@...> wrote:

Hi Quentin


I just read the updated sections for the corporate/Government section.


I think they will  answer most of the questions they might ask. I sent the updated sections or actually the link to the page to a couple of people who run large networks to see what sort of feedback may come back. but I think from what i see does the trick.

some of the updated sections I did not know you could do that so am guessing the same for them.


I guess it is a balancing act for security etc.


Gene nz


 

On 5/07/2019 4:56 PM, Quentin Christensen wrote:
Hi everyone,

NVDA 2019.2 Beta 2, Mick taking a well-deserved break, updates to NVDACon and our Corporate page and details on accessing the Windows notification area, all in this week's In-Process!


Happy 4th of July to those in America, and happy weekend to everyone :)
 
--
Quentin Christensen
Training and Support Manager

NVDA 2019.2beta1 now available!

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Image NVDA
        certified expert
Check out my website for NVDA tutorials and other blindness related materials at http://www.accessibilitycentral.net

To find out which library networks in New Zealand have a copy of the NVDA screen reader on them and there library locations please go to http://www.accessibilitycentral.net/nz%20libraries%20with%20nvda.html
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