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Re: NVDA + F5 hotkey doing an actual document reload

Jacob Kruger
 

Ok, I actually now just tested the NVDA + F5 keystroke on one of my own webpages, where I am making changes to layout/content dynamically, and, it did seem to indeed repopulate the virtual buffer, and, not try reload the page, since, yes, inbetween having loaded the page, and having invoked content changes, I then disconnected from the internet, before hitting that keystroke, and, NVDA key + F5 didn't try reload the page normally, but, just seemed to be rescanning the page contents/document object model, and, I tried this with both firefox and chrome, so, not sure why it seems to, at times operate slightly differently - will need to make notes the next time I come across something like this, to make sure it's not just my own imagination...<smile>


Stay well


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On 8/14/2018 5:49 PM, Brian's Mail list account via Groups.Io wrote:
I suggest you ask this question as an issue on github. I to was under the same impression as you.
Brian

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----- Original Message ----- From: "Jacob Kruger" <jacob@blindza.co.za>
To: <nvda@nvda.groups.io>
Sent: Tuesday, August 14, 2018 1:22 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] NVDA + F5 hotkey doing an actual document reload


Problem with standard F5 keystroke is that almost every single browser
will then just reload the page from scratch, losing all DHTML content
changes.


I do also know that NVDA key + number row 5 is meant to turn on
reporting of dynamic content changes, but, it won't always work, partly
since, at times, the webpages document-object-model will be rather
extensive.


Either way, I had just thought/assumed that it was offering/implementing
a form of virtual page buffer refresh, but anyway - will play around
with other keystrokes, alt+tabbing away from window, and back to it,
etc. etc.


Stay well


Jacob Kruger
Blind Biker
Skype: BlindZA
"Resistance is futile...but, acceptance is versatile..."

On 8/14/2018 1:59 PM, Gene wrote:
I believe it does reload the document, because, as I recall, I think
it takes too long than to just refresh the buffer. If so, it is doing
the same thing as just f5. Of course, if you reload the document, you
are reloading the buffer. But try turning browse mode off and then on
with NVDA key space. This may just refresh the buffer.
If NVDA key f5 is explained in the manual, I don't know where. It
isn't discussed in the browse mode section. It is probably mentioned
in the quick reference guide, but it may well not clarify what it does.
Gene
----- Original Message -----
*From:* Jacob Kruger <mailto:jacob@blindza.co.za>
*Sent:* Tuesday, August 14, 2018 5:45 AM
*To:* nvda@nvda.groups.io <mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io>
*Subject:* [nvda] NVDA + F5 hotkey doing an actual document reload

This is something I think has been going on across a few versions of
NVDA now, and, just wanted to confirm that it's not me that's confused.


I am currently making use of Version: alpha-15854,a8bda064, FWIW.


Anyway, I was under the impression that, for example, in a web browser,
the hotkey combination of NVDA + F5 should repopulate the virtual buffer
rendition of the page contents - I do need this at times since I work
with dynamic web contents - but, it seems to, literally, just reload the
page as if you'd clicked on something like the browsers own refresh
button, or as if you'd in fact told NVDA that the next keypress should
be passed directly through to the operating system?


Or am I incorrect in having thought it only repopulated a form of
virtual buffer for the webpage?


TIA


Jacob Kruger
082 413 4791
Skype: BlindZA
"Resistance is futile...but, acceptance is versatile..."








Re: codefactory vocalizer

Chris
 

An easy check is to compare the date creation dates of  a older 1.0 and the one that is currently on their website, then tell us what you get

 

 

From: Isaac
Sent: 15 August 2018 08:30
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: [nvda] codefactory vocalizer

 

  Hi, just asking has anyone found out why the codefactory addon went badck to 1.0 instead of 1.5 and why we can't get the hq voices?

 


codefactory vocalizer

Isaac <bigikemusic@...>
 

  Hi, just asking has anyone found out why the codefactory addon went badck to 1.0 instead of 1.5 and why we can't get the hq voices?


Re: Accessible YouTube Video Downloading Software

Gene
 

First, it would be helpful if someone would answer the question as to whether any conversion programs will convert
multiple files in the history.  I've seen programs that will convert files from a playlist.  I've never seen a program that states that it will convert from a history page.  Since I've never seen this, that raises the question of whether this feature is offered at all.
 
Gene

----- Original Message -----
From: The Wolf
Sent: Tuesday, August 14, 2018 11:25 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Accessible YouTube Video Downloading Software

I can't get it to work
grrrrr
I am not wanting to pull any videos that I made but I want to download
all 369 videos that I have in my youtube history
surely thee has to be a way?

On 8/14/2018 9:12 PM, Sarah k Alawami wrote:
> You should not need to do this. I maanged to dl all of my videos from
> my own page.Ther are token thigns you can enter but you should not
> have to.
>
> On 14 Aug 2018, at 19:51, The Wolf wrote:
>
>> it says that it needs my log in info and it closes
>>
>> how do I inter in the commands to get this going?
>> this is one of the reasons why I don't care for command line programs.
>>
>> On 8/14/2018 7:39 PM, Sarah k Alawami wrote:
>>> Try
>>>
>>> youtube-dl https://www.youtube.com/feed/history
>>>
>>> Take care
>>>
>>> On 14 Aug 2018, at 18:28, The Wolf wrote:
>>>
>>>> Hello
>>>>
>>>> I tried the program and it isn't downloading my videos from
>>>>
>>>> https://www.youtube.com/feed/history
>>>>
>>>> is there a way to get your program to download all the videos from
>>>>
>>>> https://www.youtube.com/feed/history
>>>>
>>>> thanks
>>>>
>>>> Hank
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> On 8/14/2018 5:48 PM, Travis Siegel wrote:
>>>>> It doesn't convert youtube formats, but I have a program called
>>>>> youtube downloader gui located at
>>>>>
>>>>> http://www.softcon.com/files/
>>>>>
>>>>> that will download any number of youtube videos.  Read the
>>>>> documentation, it tells you where to go to get the support
>>>>> programs you'll need to do the downloading, and fmpeg can do the
>>>>> converting for you once it's downloaded.  I should probably put a
>>>>> link to ffmpeg in the documentation too, even though I don't use
>>>>> it, it is a useful utility. Perhaps I should build a graphical
>>>>> interface for that one too.
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> On 8/13/2018 8:21 PM, Bhavya shah wrote:
>>>>>> Dear all,
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Presently, I use clipconverter.cc to download YouTube videos in the
>>>>>> desired format and quality. However, I am now looking for a software
>>>>>> equivalent that can download multiple YouTube videos
>>>>>> simultaneously in
>>>>>> my preferred format and at a selectable quality that is free as well
>>>>>> as accessible.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> I would truly appreciate any suggestions or recommendations of
>>>>>> such software.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Thanks.
>>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> .
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>> --
>>>> check out my song on youtube
>>>> https://youtu.be/YeWgx2LRu7Y
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>
>> --
>> check out my song on youtube
>> https://youtu.be/YeWgx2LRu7Y
>>
>>
>>
>
>
>
>

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Re: NVDA FireFox and PDF Incompatibility

 

Well you shouldn't need to ocr every pdf you open most pdfs, 99.9% of them unless they are images will not need scanning.

If its an image, acrobat dc will tell you when you need ocr.

On 8/14/2018 11:46 PM, Gene wrote:
Since Docuscan is an OCR program, it sounds to me as though you are performing OCR on every PDF document you open. This takes extra time; it may take a good deal of extra time. There are times, I don't work with PDF documents enough to know how often, that this will correct or reduce decolumnization problems. That is, at times, just reading a PDF document that is in columns misplaces text significantly. OCR can at times, correct or mostly eliminate the problem. but it also introduces errors and is not the original document, if you need the original document for some reason, such as for legal reasons.

In short, instead of having an OCR program recognize every PDF document, you might to better to have an actual PDF reader display files, then decide if you want to perform OCR on them. Your newspaper may or may not display properly without OCR. If it doesn't need OCR, you will eliminate errors in recognition and you will have the document ready faster, perhaps much faster.

If it does need OCR, it may be most efficient to have it recognized by Docuscan rather than by downloading it first. But there may be times when you would be better served temporarily changing the setting to work with another program.

Gene
----- Original Message -----
Did you know that Firefox can be set to open pdf files in another program
such as Adobe Acrobat Reader? I don't remember exactly how I set it up, but
now, when I download my local newspaper, which is in pdf format, I just
click on the link to the issue I want, and after okaying a dialog box that
confirms that I want to open the document in DocuScan Pus, a program I use
to read pdf files, voilla! Until the issue with Firefox and pdf files is
resolved, this might be a good work-around.

Abbie Johnson Taylor, Author http://abbiescorner.wordpress.com
http://www.abbiejohnsontaylor.com
abbietaylor945@gmail.com
Order my new memoir at http://www.abbiejohnsontaylor.com/memoir.htm

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Re: NVDA FireFox and PDF Incompatibility?

Desert Moon
 

Hello David,

Suppose the newsletter appears as a link, you can try right-clicking on it. From the list, choose "Save link as" and see if you can save the PDF file on your local hard drive. If it doesn't work, you need to deactivate the Adobe add-in in your classic Firefox:

1. Choose Tools > Add-ons.
2. In the Add-ons Manager window, click the Plugins tab, then select Adobe Acrobat or Adobe Reader.
3. Choose Never Activate.

Now, when you click on the same PDF newsletter link, Firefox should open a window and ask you whether to save the file of open it with your default PDF viewer.

Please note that if you upgrae your Firefox to Quantum, the process will be completely different.

 
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Desert


Re: Accessible YouTube Video Downloading Software

 

Hello this is what I get

I had to use jaws because I can't get the ocr to work in nvda so I can paste in the following

C:\youtube\youtube-dl.exe graphic 73  graphic 73  graphic 798
WARNING: The url doesn't specify the protocol, trying with http graphic 192 [generic] history>: Requesting header graphic 385
graphic 545
graphic 545
graphic 545

any suggestions that I should try?graphic 215
graphic 932

On 8/14/2018 9:37 PM, Rob Hudson wrote:
The Wolf <hank.smith966@gmail.com> wrote:
I am not wanting to pull any videos that I made but I want to download
all 369 videos that I have in my youtube history
Try this command
youtube-dl -u <your-youtube-username> -p <your-youtube-password> -x <your-youtube-url>
The x swith will extract your videos from the web pages in their default format; that is, the format in which they were uploaded. I can't give you an --audio-format and --audio-quality switch because it can vary depending on the upload format of the videos in question.


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Re: program to download videos from youtube history?

Bobby Vinton <vinton.bobby5277@...>
 

Does this youtubedl convert to mp3?

On 8/14/2018 10:35 PM, Sarah k Alawami wrote:
Try youtube-dl I love that little gem. You can do a lot with it.

On 14 Aug 2018, at 16:11, The Wolf wrote:

Hello is there a program that would allow me to download all my videos in my youtube history?

I have 300 videos that I want to download from my history

thanks

Hank


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https://youtu.be/YeWgx2LRu7Y



Re: Accessible YouTube Video Downloading Software

Rob Hudson
 

The Wolf <hank.smith966@gmail.com> wrote:
I am not wanting to pull any videos that I made but I want to download
all 369 videos that I have in my youtube history

Try this command
youtube-dl -u <your-youtube-username> -p <your-youtube-password> -x <your-youtube-url>
The x swith will extract your videos from the web pages in their default format; that is, the format in which they were uploaded. I can't give you an --audio-format and --audio-quality switch because it can vary depending on the upload format of the videos in question.


Re: Accessible YouTube Video Downloading Software

 

I can't get it to work
grrrrr
I am not wanting to pull any videos that I made but I want to download all 369 videos that I have in my youtube history
surely thee has to be a way?

On 8/14/2018 9:12 PM, Sarah k Alawami wrote:
You should not need to do this. I maanged to dl all of my videos from my own page.Ther are token thigns you can enter but you should not have to.

On 14 Aug 2018, at 19:51, The Wolf wrote:

it says that it needs my log in info and it closes

how do I inter in the commands to get this going?
this is one of the reasons why I don't care for command line programs.

On 8/14/2018 7:39 PM, Sarah k Alawami wrote:
Try

youtube-dl https://www.youtube.com/feed/history

Take care

On 14 Aug 2018, at 18:28, The Wolf wrote:

Hello

I tried the program and it isn't downloading my videos from

https://www.youtube.com/feed/history

is there a way to get your program to download all the videos from

https://www.youtube.com/feed/history

thanks

Hank



On 8/14/2018 5:48 PM, Travis Siegel wrote:
It doesn't convert youtube formats, but I have a program called youtube downloader gui located at

http://www.softcon.com/files/

that will download any number of youtube videos.  Read the documentation, it tells you where to go to get the support programs you'll need to do the downloading, and fmpeg can do the converting for you once it's downloaded.  I should probably put a link to ffmpeg in the documentation too, even though I don't use it, it is a useful utility. Perhaps I should build a graphical interface for that one too.


On 8/13/2018 8:21 PM, Bhavya shah wrote:
Dear all,

Presently, I use clipconverter.cc to download YouTube videos in the
desired format and quality. However, I am now looking for a software
equivalent that can download multiple YouTube videos simultaneously in
my preferred format and at a selectable quality that is free as well
as accessible.

I would truly appreciate any suggestions or recommendations of such software.

Thanks.




.
--
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https://youtu.be/YeWgx2LRu7Y




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https://youtu.be/YeWgx2LRu7Y


Re: Accessible YouTube Video Downloading Software

Sarah k Alawami
 

You should not need to do this. I maanged to dl all of my videos from my own page.Ther are token thigns you can enter but you should not have to.

On 14 Aug 2018, at 19:51, The Wolf wrote:

it says that it needs my log in info and it closes

how do I inter in the commands to get this going? this is one of the reasons why I don't care for command line programs.

On 8/14/2018 7:39 PM, Sarah k Alawami wrote: > Try > > youtube-dl https://www.youtube.com/feed/history > > Take care > > On 14 Aug 2018, at 18:28, The Wolf wrote: > >> Hello >> >> I tried the program and it isn't downloading my videos from >> >> https://www.youtube.com/feed/history >> >> is there a way to get your program to download all the videos from >> >> https://www.youtube.com/feed/history >> >> thanks >> >> Hank >> >> >> >> On 8/14/2018 5:48 PM, Travis Siegel wrote: >>> It doesn't convert youtube formats, but I have a program called >>> youtube downloader gui located at >>> >>> http://www.softcon.com/files/ >>> >>> that will download any number of youtube videos.  Read the >>> documentation, it tells you where to go to get the support programs >>> you'll need to do the downloading, and fmpeg can do the converting >>> for you once it's downloaded.  I should probably put a link to >>> ffmpeg in the documentation too, even though I don't use it, it is >>> a useful utility.  Perhaps I should build a graphical interface >>> for that one too. >>> >>> >>> On 8/13/2018 8:21 PM, Bhavya shah wrote: >>>> Dear all, >>>> >>>> Presently, I use clipconverter.cc to download YouTube videos in >>>> the >>>> desired format and quality. However, I am now looking for a >>>> software >>>> equivalent that can download multiple YouTube videos >>>> simultaneously in >>>> my preferred format and at a selectable quality that is free as >>>> well >>>> as accessible. >>>> >>>> I would truly appreciate any suggestions or recommendations of >>>> such software. >>>> >>>> Thanks. >>>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> . >>> >> >> -- >> check out my song on youtube >> https://youtu.be/YeWgx2LRu7Y >> >> >> > > > >

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Re: Change on Amazon makes buying options less, possibly inaccessible with screenreaders while on product page

Annette Moore
 

that "buy now with one click button" shows up just as prettily as you please in System Access by hitting b, so I think I'll use that until this is fixed in NVDA. Although maybe it would be better for my bank account if I didn't. Hahaha! goes to show, though, that it's a good idea to have more than one screen reader on your computer.

Annette

On 8/14/2018 10:13 PM, Kwork wrote:
Thanks all for your messages and thoughts. Maybe it's time to open a ticket
now that I know it's not me.
Incidentally, I tried it also on the portable ESR Firefox, one still in the
version 52 series, latest Chrome, and latest IE, and all are showing the no
numbered heading level. For me, tabbing around didn't work. I'll try
Travis's suggestions in a while.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Annette Moore" <angelgirl52376@gmail.com>
To: <nvda@nvda.groups.io>
Sent: Tuesday, August 14, 2018 7:54 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Change on Amazon makes buying options less, possibly
inaccessible with screenreaders while on product page


Thanks, Travis. I will file this info away because I, too, use Kindle
Unlimited. I used it just the other day to grab a book and it worked
just fine: the correct buttons showed in the correct places and showed
as actual buttons. thank you. I wouldn't have even thought to route the
NVDA cursor to the buttton because I'm not as familiar with that as I
really need to be. I never used the virtual mouse cursor in System
Access when I used it and rarely ever used the JAWS cursor in JAWS when
I used that because I didn't really understand how it worked, but it
sounds like it's time for me to learn to understand it. LOL! Thanks again.

Annette
On 8/14/2018 9:24 PM, Travis Siegel wrote:
The problem exists when using the kindle unlimited program to get a
book. You have to tab to the button (NVDA sees it as a button), but
pressing b doesn't go to it. However, when I was sitting on it (after
finding it via the tab key), I used nvda-F1 to bring up it's
information, and it is clearly labeled as a button, so no clue why b
doesn't navigate to it. I've also discovered the only for me to click
the button is to use the route command (nvda-numpad minus) to route
the nvda cursor to it, then press nvda-shift-numpad enter. (yes, I
need the shift, without it, it activates an entirely different page
which has ne bearing on what I'm trying to do). No idea why the shift
works and w/o the shift doesn't, but there it is. That's the only
I've managed to get my books into the kindle app using the web site.
Interestingly enough, using safari on the Iphone doesn't have this issue.







Re: Change on Amazon makes buying options less, possibly inaccessible with screenreaders while on product page

Kwork
 

Thanks all for your messages and thoughts. Maybe it's time to open a ticket
now that I know it's not me.
Incidentally, I tried it also on the portable ESR Firefox, one still in the
version 52 series, latest Chrome, and latest IE, and all are showing the no
numbered heading level. For me, tabbing around didn't work. I'll try
Travis's suggestions in a while.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Annette Moore" <angelgirl52376@gmail.com>
To: <nvda@nvda.groups.io>
Sent: Tuesday, August 14, 2018 7:54 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Change on Amazon makes buying options less, possibly
inaccessible with screenreaders while on product page


Thanks, Travis. I will file this info away because I, too, use Kindle
Unlimited. I used it just the other day to grab a book and it worked
just fine: the correct buttons showed in the correct places and showed
as actual buttons. thank you. I wouldn't have even thought to route the
NVDA cursor to the buttton because I'm not as familiar with that as I
really need to be. I never used the virtual mouse cursor in System
Access when I used it and rarely ever used the JAWS cursor in JAWS when
I used that because I didn't really understand how it worked, but it
sounds like it's time for me to learn to understand it. LOL! Thanks again.

Annette
On 8/14/2018 9:24 PM, Travis Siegel wrote:
The problem exists when using the kindle unlimited program to get a
book. You have to tab to the button (NVDA sees it as a button), but
pressing b doesn't go to it. However, when I was sitting on it (after
finding it via the tab key), I used nvda-F1 to bring up it's
information, and it is clearly labeled as a button, so no clue why b
doesn't navigate to it. I've also discovered the only for me to click
the button is to use the route command (nvda-numpad minus) to route
the nvda cursor to it, then press nvda-shift-numpad enter. (yes, I
need the shift, without it, it activates an entirely different page
which has ne bearing on what I'm trying to do). No idea why the shift
works and w/o the shift doesn't, but there it is. That's the only
I've managed to get my books into the kindle app using the web site.
Interestingly enough, using safari on the Iphone doesn't have this issue.




Re: program to download videos from youtube history?

Tyler Wood
 

On 14-Aug-2018 9:57 PM, Travis Siegel wrote:


 (though now that I think of it, I really think it'd be a good idea to help folks sort things out by offering options for the various functions the various programs can do.  It'd be time consuming, but it wouldn't be difficult.  I'll check into how much work that would entail in a day or two, and see if it's something that would be time well spent.  I suspect for some, it would be.
For me, personally, that would be absolutely incredible. Does this support any URL that youtube dl supports, too?
Thank you so much for this hidden gem.


Re: program to download videos from youtube history?

Travis Siegel <tsiegel@...>
 

On Tue, 14 Aug 2018, Sarah k Alawami wrote:

Try youtube-dl I love that little gem. You can do a lot with it.
Sarah, that's the point of my youtube download gui frontend. It does use youtube-dl, it just makes it easier for folks who don't like command lines to do the work. It also accepts multiple urls (one per line) in case folks want to download multiple videos at a time. It also has the option of using curl or wget to download urls other than those on youtube. You could clone your entire web site using wget and the proper command line parameters, and the youtube graphical front end I have on my site will make it all point and click for you. (though now that I think of it, I really think it'd be a good idea to help folks sort things out by offering options for the various functions the various programs can do. It'd be time consuming, but it wouldn't be difficult. I'll check into how much work that would entail in a day or two, and see if it's something that would be time well spent. I suspect for some, it would be.


Re: Change on Amazon makes buying options less, possibly inaccessible with screenreaders while on product page

Annette Moore
 

Thanks, Travis. I will file this info away because I, too, use Kindle Unlimited. I used it just the other day to grab a book and it worked just fine: the correct buttons showed in the correct places and showed as actual buttons. thank you. I wouldn't have even thought to route the NVDA cursor to the buttton because I'm not as familiar with that as I really need to be. I never used the virtual mouse cursor in System Access when I used it and rarely ever used the JAWS cursor in JAWS when I used that because I didn't really understand how it worked, but it sounds like it's time for me to learn to understand it. LOL! Thanks again.

Annette

On 8/14/2018 9:24 PM, Travis Siegel wrote:
The problem exists when using the kindle unlimited program to get a book. You have to tab to the button (NVDA sees it as a button), but pressing b doesn't go to it.  However, when I was sitting on it (after finding it via the tab key), I used nvda-F1 to bring up it's information, and it is clearly labeled as a button, so no clue why b doesn't navigate to it. I've also discovered the only for me to click the button is to use the route command (nvda-numpad minus) to route the nvda cursor to it, then press nvda-shift-numpad enter.  (yes, I need the shift, without it, it activates an entirely different page which has ne bearing on what I'm trying to do).  No idea why the shift works and w/o the shift doesn't, but there it is.  That's the only I've managed to get my books into the kindle app using the web site.  Interestingly enough, using safari on the Iphone doesn't have this issue.



Re: Change on Amazon makes buying options less, possibly inaccessible with screenreaders while on product page

 

I hadn't bought a kindle book in a while. The layout they had before
was annoying... guess they upped the antee.
I didn't get anything when I clicked on buying options, just heading
like you said. Before you would get the price, then the kindle price,
then if it was a KU book it let you click on read for free, then there
was a button to buy now.
When I hit b to get next button it took me straight to the file
formats that I could cycle through. I guess it is less/more
descriptive now? I liked having stuff spelled out for me with the old
way.

On 8/14/18, Jackie <abletec@gmail.com> wrote:
& actually, I think this might only be free if one has Kindle
unlimited--else it would appear that it's $2.99.

On 8/14/18, Annette Moore <angelgirl52376@gmail.com> wrote:
I see what you mean. What I had to do in order to find the buy with one
click button was to tab around. It doesn't show as an actual button by
hitting the letter b, and when I tried to read the current line while I
was on the button, it didn't say anything, so hitting the letter b won't
get you to it. You do have to tab around. My Firefox updated yesterday,
so I'm just wondering if that broke something. At least that button
still shows up by tabbing, so try that and se what happens. I didn't
actualy click the button though, so I don't know if it works. I hope it
does so you can get that book. I should find something that sounds
interesting to me and grab it just to see if it does work. I don't like
the way the page is laid out now at all, but at least tab is your friend.

Annette


On 8/14/2018 3:56 PM, Kwork wrote:
Up through yesterday, I had no trouble buying Kindle books through
Amazon. Things were labeled, and easily findable. Today the area of
the page where the buying options are seems to have changed.
There is now a new heading called "Buying Options." It's the first
heading on the page. The interesting thing about this heading is that
there is no number associated with it. Instead of saying "heading
level 1," as the heading below it says, all is says is "heading."
I think the buy and read now links, along with the price that used to
be readily visible are now hidden inside the new "heading" area.
Arrowing down once leads to the "add to list" checkbox.
This has been confirmed both in Firefox 64 and Chrome 64 using Windows
7 64-bit and NVDA 2018.2.1.
If anyone else can confirm, and can have any idea on how to deal with
this, that would be appreciated.
Here's an example. For the US, this book is free at least today, hence
why I chose it, so trying to buy it won't cost anybody any money. And,
yes, the page is the same whether a book is free or not:
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07FDKPS2C/?tag=bookfreeby-20




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Re: Accessible YouTube Video Downloading Software

 

it says that it needs my log in info and it closes

how do I inter in the commands to get this going?
this is one of the reasons why I don't care for command line programs.

On 8/14/2018 7:39 PM, Sarah k Alawami wrote:
Try

youtube-dl https://www.youtube.com/feed/history

Take care

On 14 Aug 2018, at 18:28, The Wolf wrote:

Hello

I tried the program and it isn't downloading my videos from

https://www.youtube.com/feed/history

is there a way to get your program to download all the videos from

https://www.youtube.com/feed/history

thanks

Hank



On 8/14/2018 5:48 PM, Travis Siegel wrote:
It doesn't convert youtube formats, but I have a program called youtube downloader gui located at

http://www.softcon.com/files/

that will download any number of youtube videos.  Read the documentation, it tells you where to go to get the support programs you'll need to do the downloading, and fmpeg can do the converting for you once it's downloaded.  I should probably put a link to ffmpeg in the documentation too, even though I don't use it, it is a useful utility.  Perhaps I should build a graphical interface for that one too.


On 8/13/2018 8:21 PM, Bhavya shah wrote:
Dear all,

Presently, I use clipconverter.cc to download YouTube videos in the
desired format and quality. However, I am now looking for a software
equivalent that can download multiple YouTube videos simultaneously in
my preferred format and at a selectable quality that is free as well
as accessible.

I would truly appreciate any suggestions or recommendations of such software.

Thanks.




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Re: Accessible YouTube Video Downloading Software

Travis Siegel <tsiegel@...>
 

On Tue, 14 Aug 2018, Rob Hudson wrote:

Travis Siegel <tsiegel@softcon.com> wrote:
Perhaps I should build a graphical interface for that one too.

I don't know, that could get rather complex. FFMpeg has a giant amount of options to take into account.
Indeed it does, which is the only reason I've not done it yet. It could be done though, especially if the options were in pulldowns, and just used checkboxes. I'd need a *lot* of sighted assistance to get everything lined up properly, but it's definitely doable. Plus, it would help some folks who get confused by the (sometimes) opposing options, then when one was clicked, the other would gray out, so folks would see it's not possible with that other option. Ffmpeg just takes the first option it sees, then ignores other that change that option, so that might help prevent unexplained behavior during the conversion process. It's definitely not an easy task to tackle, and perhaps it would be good to start with a simplified version that just does the most common options, then make a more extensive version afterwords with more involved pulldowns, popups, or whatever is required to make it all work.


Re: Accessible YouTube Video Downloading Software

Sarah k Alawami
 

Try

youtube-dl https://www.youtube.com/feed/history

Take care

On 14 Aug 2018, at 18:28, The Wolf wrote:

Hello

I tried the program and it isn't downloading my videos from

https://www.youtube.com/feed/history

is there a way to get your program to download all the videos from

https://www.youtube.com/feed/history

thanks

Hank

On 8/14/2018 5:48 PM, Travis Siegel wrote: > It doesn't convert youtube formats, but I have a program called > youtube downloader gui located at > > http://www.softcon.com/files/ > > that will download any number of youtube videos.  Read the > documentation, it tells you where to go to get the support programs > you'll need to do the downloading, and fmpeg can do the converting > for you once it's downloaded.  I should probably put a link to > ffmpeg in the documentation too, even though I don't use it, it is a > useful utility.  Perhaps I should build a graphical interface for > that one too. > > > On 8/13/2018 8:21 PM, Bhavya shah wrote: >> Dear all, >> >> Presently, I use clipconverter.cc to download YouTube videos in the >> desired format and quality. However, I am now looking for a software >> equivalent that can download multiple YouTube videos simultaneously >> in >> my preferred format and at a selectable quality that is free as well >> as accessible. >> >> I would truly appreciate any suggestions or recommendations of such >> software. >> >> Thanks. >> > > > > > > . >

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