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Re: NVDA and Amazon

Gene
 

You know what sites one person has reported that they have problems.  That may or may not mean you will.  One person's report about such problewms is not enough information to generalize from.  If a site doesn't work properly or well with one browser, it may with another.  That should be one of the things you try routinely.
 
Gene

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, May 30, 2016 11:02 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] NVDA and Amazon

I think I'm just going to use firefox for Amazon. That seems to be the
easiest thing to do.
Thanks for the information about the other sites. Now at least I know
what sites IE will not work with.



Re: NVDA and Amazon

Arlene
 

Whatever works for you!

-----Original Message-----
From: nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of Chris
Shook
Sent: May-30-16 9:03 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] NVDA and Amazon

I think I'm just going to use firefox for Amazon. That seems to be the
easiest thing to do.
Thanks for the information about the other sites. Now at least I know
what sites IE will not work with.


Re: terminal software with NVDA

jeremy <icu8it2@...>
 

In my experience, Teraterm has been working the best for me and that's not always perfect. This is when using something like VI in OpenWRT, for example, which for the most part, lets me move about through the files good enough to edit them. Something that works much better though is to use WinSCP to get access to your server and use notepad to make your changes. It also makes moving around through the directory structure much quicker, that's if you don't wish to do things through the terminal. I know at one time, NVDA had gotten worse when trying to use applications like Teraterm, but as a few months ago, it was working okay for me.
Take care.

On 5/28/2016 7:49 PM, Jason Fayre wrote:
Hello everyone,

I'm wondering what terminal software people are using with nvda?

I've tried teraterm, putty and secureCRT. They all work well, but where things tend to fall apart is when editing files remotely.

I find that arrowing through files either line by line or character by character produces very inconsistent results. Lines or characters tend to be double-read.

Thanks!





Re: NVDA and Amazon

Chris Shook <chris0309@...>
 

I think I'm just going to use firefox for Amazon. That seems to be the easiest thing to do.
Thanks for the information about the other sites. Now at least I know what sites IE will not work with.


Re: Reddit

jeremy <icu8it2@...>
 

As I understand it, the main IOS reddit app isn't all that great, so most people normally recommend using one called bacon reader instead. This is the one I use to access it, if I don't want to access it from my computer and it works pretty well, I think.
Later.

On 5/27/2016 1:32 AM, Lenron wrote:
I have been trying to find the ios app because I hate trying to look
at that site on the comp

On 5/26/16, Jeremy <icu8it2@gmail.com> wrote:
It's a place where you can subscribe to sub-reddits, sorta like the
boards section found on the zone bbs, if you're familiar with it. Under
a sub-reddit, people write posts, where they ask questions, write about
things they've found on the internet, whatever and others write comments
in response to what they posted about.
From what I've seen so far, the browser version with NVDA works pretty
well, just have to move quite a bit through the pages, as there can
sometimes be a great deal on each page. There is also a pretty neat IOS
APP too, if you're interested.
Take care.

On 5/26/2016 7:13 PM, Ben J. Bloomgren wrote:
Hi all,


Does anybody know about Reddit? What is it? Is there an app for it?
How well does the web site work with NVDA?


Ben


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Re: NVDA and Amazon

Arlene
 

Hi Chris! I use firefox for Craig's list. I did use it with IE! But for some
reason it wont work. so I just use firefox for it and my online banking.
Firefox works better with my banking and other things. Like I said earlier I
use IE for facebook and google. I use firefox for my banking and looking at
things on Craig's list.

-----Original Message-----
From: nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of Chris
Shook
Sent: May-30-16 5:01 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] NVDA and Amazon

Laurie,
I downloaded firefox and tried it. It works. I can click on the links
just fine in firefox. I just can't click on the links in internet explorer.
Thanks for the help.
Chris


Re: Web Browsers' Security And Compatibility With NVDA

Arlene
 

Hi, I'm using IE 11 the latest update. Along with firefox. Firefox works for some sites I go on such as my banking and other places. I use IE for facebook and some sites.

-----Original Message-----
From: nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of Jolene Cardenas
Sent: May-30-16 6:26 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: [nvda] Web Browsers' Security And Compatibility With NVDA

Hello everyone,

Since I'm a Hadley School For The Blind student, taking online courses
for my Adult Continuing Education degree, I totally depend on NVDA to
work with my Web browser in order to complete schoolwork successfully.
However, on several occasions in late 2015, I ran in to technical
difficulties with assignment submission for one of my online classes
because of Firefox incompatibility issues on the school's assignment
submission webpage.
I contacted Tech Support and, to my horror, they recommended that I go
back to using Internet Explorer in order to do my schoolwork.
Although I had used IE for as long as I can remember, I had stopped
using it because of this article (among many others):

Millions of Windows users to face MAJOR security issues within weeks
http://www.express.co.uk/life-style/science-technology/624760/Windows-Microsoft-Internet-Explorer-End-Support-Web-Browser

Then when I got my new Asus laptop in February which runs Windows 10,
I read an article that said that NVDA wasn't compatible with Microsoft
Edge (See below for the link).

NVDA and Windows 10
http://www.nvaccess.org/win10/

Unsure which browser I should use then, I immediately returned to
using Firefox and attempted to submit a homework assignment to Hadley
through its usage, only to run in to the same technical difficulties
with assignment submission again!

Undoubtedly, the school's Tech Support will urge me to switch back to
using IE again, but I admit I'm afraid to because of what I had read
in the above article about this browser.
I'm also fully aware that if I was to chat with somebody at
Microsoft's Disability Answer Desk at:

https://login.live.com/login.srf?wa=wsignin1.0&;rpsnv=12&ct=1436994582&rver=6.5.6509.0&wp=mbi_ssl&wreply=https%3a%2f%2fpartner.support.services.microsoft.com%2fen-us%2fpartners%2fdad&lc=1033&id=293453&pcexp=false

they would try to push me to use Edge as my browser in spite of its
incompatibility with NVDA.

This situation's so frustrating for me, because I so badly want to
submit my coursework ASAP!

Can anyone using Windows 10 and NVDA please recommend a browser to me?
Thank you so much, for you have no idea how much I would appreciate
your recommendation!

aloha,

Jolene.


Re: Web Browsers' Security And Compatibility With NVDA

Robert Mendoza
 

Hi, Jolene!


From the time of the existence of Firefox I usually used it for my daily basis even way back before that I worked with a USA based telcos , since then I used Firefox and hardly to experience any trouble like in terms of security or any form of intrusion from my device which I believe that this mentioned Firefox is a commendable and doable. Typically, the security will came out if you installed added toolbar or a form of malware would significantly affects the performance and function of ones browsers that you are using. But, if you are pretty much confident that nothing could harm you so I would suggest or prefer the one browsers that best fit for your needs. And, for the Edge browser for windows 10, it was indeed or sometimes inaccessible for many screen readers not like with the one you mentioned. Edge was pretty new browsers to consider and it is still under the process of developing in order to make accessible, and, yes there are some sites could loads and play but, again it really depends on the sites you've visited or working with.

Robert mendoza

On 5/31/2016 9:26 AM, Jolene Cardenas wrote:

Hello everyone,

Since I'm a Hadley School For The Blind student, taking online courses
for my Adult Continuing Education degree, I totally depend on NVDA to
work with my Web browser in order to complete schoolwork successfully.
However, on several occasions in late 2015, I ran in to technical
difficulties with assignment submission for one of my online classes
because of Firefox incompatibility issues on the school's assignment
submission webpage.
I contacted Tech Support and, to my horror, they recommended that I go
back to using Internet Explorer in order to do my schoolwork.
Although I had used IE for as long as I can remember, I had stopped
using it because of this article (among many others):

Millions of Windows users to face MAJOR security issues within weeks
http://www.express.co.uk/life-style/science-technology/624760/Windows-Microsoft-Internet-Explorer-End-Support-Web-Browser

Then when I got my new Asus laptop in February which runs Windows 10,
I read an article that said that NVDA wasn't compatible with Microsoft
Edge (See below for the link).

NVDA and Windows 10
http://www.nvaccess.org/win10/

Unsure which browser I should use then, I immediately returned to
using Firefox and attempted to submit a homework assignment to Hadley
through its usage, only to run in to the same technical difficulties
with assignment submission again!

Undoubtedly, the school's Tech Support will urge me to switch back to
using IE again, but I admit I'm afraid to because of what I had read
in the above article about this browser.
I'm also fully aware that if I was to chat with somebody at
Microsoft's  Disability Answer Desk at:

https://login.live.com/login.srf?wa=wsignin1.0&rpsnv=12&ct=1436994582&rver=6.5.6509.0&wp=mbi_ssl&wreply=https%3a%2f%2fpartner.support.services.microsoft.com%2fen-us%2fpartners%2fdad&lc=1033&id=293453&pcexp=false

they would try to push me to use Edge as my browser in spite of its
incompatibility with NVDA.

This situation's so frustrating for me, because I so badly want to
submit my coursework ASAP!

Can anyone using Windows 10 and NVDA please recommend a browser to me?
Thank you so much, for you have no idea how much I would appreciate
your recommendation!

aloha,

Jolene.





Re: Web Browsers' Security And Compatibility With NVDA

 

Just to emphasize what's already been said, IE11 is not any more prone to security issues (in the big picture) than any other contemporary browser is.  IE11 is shipped with Windows 10, though Microsoft doesn't do anything to make that apparent, and is being maintained and will continue to be so at least until MS-Edge comes somewhere close to having the feature set that all contemporary browsers do (and it's not anywhere close at the moment).

You could always try Chrome if you wish as well.  There are lots of folks who now do.

It really drives me crazy when help desks "suggest" that people use the familiar because it is familiar to them rather than figure out what's actually going wrong and fixing it.  I don't mind this sort of suggestion as a stopgap measure, but if something isn't working with IE11, Chrome, and Firefox (at a minimum) these days then it's not coded correctly.

--
Brian

I worry a lot. . . I worry that no matter how cynical you become it's never enough to keep up.

         ~ Trudy, in Jane Wagner's "Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe"

    



Re: Web Browsers' Security And Compatibility With NVDA

Quentin Christensen
 

Hi Jolene,

That original article you referred to is aimed a bit of scaremongering for article views, inside though, it does actually say:

"Users should upgrade to the latest version of Internet Explorer to ensure they are always up-to-date with the latest security patches and updates.
...
"Internet Explorer 11 is the last version of Internet Explorer, and will continue to receive security updates, compatibility fixes, and technical support on Windows 7, Windows 8.1, and Windows 10.""

So Internet explorer IS still supported, but you have to be using the latest version of IE available for your platform.

In terms of Edge, Microsoft are working on accessibility but we would still recommend using an alternate browser for the time being.

NVDA's support for Chrome has improved so this is now also an alternative.

For a main browser, I still use Firefox, but it's worth having a couple available as you have found some web pages work better with one browser over another.  If your uni recommends using IE then it may be that you will get the best experience on their site with that browser and as long as you are up to date with patches etc, you should be safe to keep using that.

Kind regards

Quentin.

On Tue, May 31, 2016 at 11:26 AM, Jolene Cardenas <joe.haiku@...> wrote:
Hello everyone,

Since I'm a Hadley School For The Blind student, taking online courses
for my Adult Continuing Education degree, I totally depend on NVDA to
work with my Web browser in order to complete schoolwork successfully.
However, on several occasions in late 2015, I ran in to technical
difficulties with assignment submission for one of my online classes
because of Firefox incompatibility issues on the school's assignment
submission webpage.
I contacted Tech Support and, to my horror, they recommended that I go
back to using Internet Explorer in order to do my schoolwork.
Although I had used IE for as long as I can remember, I had stopped
using it because of this article (among many others):

Millions of Windows users to face MAJOR security issues within weeks
http://www.express.co.uk/life-style/science-technology/624760/Windows-Microsoft-Internet-Explorer-End-Support-Web-Browser

Then when I got my new Asus laptop in February which runs Windows 10,
I read an article that said that NVDA wasn't compatible with Microsoft
Edge (See below for the link).

NVDA and Windows 10
http://www.nvaccess.org/win10/

Unsure which browser I should use then, I immediately returned to
using Firefox and attempted to submit a homework assignment to Hadley
through its usage, only to run in to the same technical difficulties
with assignment submission again!

Undoubtedly, the school's Tech Support will urge me to switch back to
using IE again, but I admit I'm afraid to because of what I had read
in the above article about this browser.
I'm also fully aware that if I was to chat with somebody at
Microsoft's  Disability Answer Desk at:

https://login.live.com/login.srf?wa=wsignin1.0&rpsnv=12&ct=1436994582&rver=6.5.6509.0&wp=mbi_ssl&wreply=https%3a%2f%2fpartner.support.services.microsoft.com%2fen-us%2fpartners%2fdad&lc=1033&id=293453&pcexp=false

they would try to push me to use Edge as my browser in spite of its
incompatibility with NVDA.

This situation's so frustrating for me, because I so badly want to
submit my coursework ASAP!

Can anyone using Windows 10 and NVDA please recommend a browser to me?
Thank you so much, for you have no idea how much I would appreciate
your recommendation!

aloha,

Jolene.






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Training Material Developer

Ph +61 7 3149 3306 
Direct: +61 413 904 383
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Twitter: @NVAccess 


Re: Web Browsers' Security And Compatibility With NVDA

Gene
 

If you use Internet Explorer only on the Hadley site, you won't have a meaningful increase in risk.  The Hadley site, as any site, could be hacked but it's very unlikely.  And in addition, I haven't seen anything about the kind of high security risks with IE11 I saw last year.  Evidently, they were corrected in patches and the level of risk, though it may be higher than Firefox, is evidently much lower than at the high points last year.  I'm not making a judgment about which browser is safer over time or over all.  I'm saying that if Firefox is safer and if you only use Internet Explorer on that one site, your risk hardly increases.
 
Also, what version of Internet Explorer are you using?  Such articles as you cite dealt with the end of support for versions of Internet Explorer lower than version 11.  If you are using IE11, those articles don't apply to you. 
 
If you are using a lower version, why?   
 
Gene

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, May 30, 2016 8:26 PM
Subject: [nvda] Web Browsers' Security And Compatibility With NVDA

Hello everyone,

Since I'm a Hadley School For The Blind student, taking online courses
for my Adult Continuing Education degree, I totally depend on NVDA to
work with my Web browser in order to complete schoolwork successfully.
However, on several occasions in late 2015, I ran in to technical
difficulties with assignment submission for one of my online classes
because of Firefox incompatibility issues on the school's assignment
submission webpage.
I contacted Tech Support and, to my horror, they recommended that I go
back to using Internet Explorer in order to do my schoolwork.
Although I had used IE for as long as I can remember, I had stopped
using it because of this article (among many others):

Millions of Windows users to face MAJOR security issues within weeks
http://www.express.co.uk/life-style/science-technology/624760/Windows-Microsoft-Internet-Explorer-End-Support-Web-Browser

Then when I got my new Asus laptop in February which runs Windows 10,
I read an article that said that NVDA wasn't compatible with Microsoft
Edge (See below for the link).

NVDA and Windows 10
http://www.nvaccess.org/win10/

Unsure which browser I should use then, I immediately returned to
using Firefox and attempted to submit a homework assignment to Hadley
through its usage, only to run in to the same technical difficulties
with assignment submission again!

Undoubtedly, the school's Tech Support will urge me to switch back to
using IE again, but I admit I'm afraid to because of what I had read
in the above article about this browser.
I'm also fully aware that if I was to chat with somebody at
Microsoft's  Disability Answer Desk at:

https://login.live.com/login.srf?wa=wsignin1.0&rpsnv=12&ct=1436994582&rver=6.5.6509.0&wp=mbi_ssl&wreply=https%3a%2f%2fpartner.support.services.microsoft.com%2fen-us%2fpartners%2fdad&lc=1033&id=293453&pcexp=false

they would try to push me to use Edge as my browser in spite of its
incompatibility with NVDA.

This situation's so frustrating for me, because I so badly want to
submit my coursework ASAP!

Can anyone using Windows 10 and NVDA please recommend a browser to me?
Thank you so much, for you have no idea how much I would appreciate
your recommendation!

aloha,

Jolene.



Web Browsers' Security And Compatibility With NVDA

Jolene Cardenas
 

Hello everyone,

Since I'm a Hadley School For The Blind student, taking online courses
for my Adult Continuing Education degree, I totally depend on NVDA to
work with my Web browser in order to complete schoolwork successfully.
However, on several occasions in late 2015, I ran in to technical
difficulties with assignment submission for one of my online classes
because of Firefox incompatibility issues on the school's assignment
submission webpage.
I contacted Tech Support and, to my horror, they recommended that I go
back to using Internet Explorer in order to do my schoolwork.
Although I had used IE for as long as I can remember, I had stopped
using it because of this article (among many others):

Millions of Windows users to face MAJOR security issues within weeks
http://www.express.co.uk/life-style/science-technology/624760/Windows-Microsoft-Internet-Explorer-End-Support-Web-Browser

Then when I got my new Asus laptop in February which runs Windows 10,
I read an article that said that NVDA wasn't compatible with Microsoft
Edge (See below for the link).

NVDA and Windows 10
http://www.nvaccess.org/win10/

Unsure which browser I should use then, I immediately returned to
using Firefox and attempted to submit a homework assignment to Hadley
through its usage, only to run in to the same technical difficulties
with assignment submission again!

Undoubtedly, the school's Tech Support will urge me to switch back to
using IE again, but I admit I'm afraid to because of what I had read
in the above article about this browser.
I'm also fully aware that if I was to chat with somebody at
Microsoft's Disability Answer Desk at:

https://login.live.com/login.srf?wa=wsignin1.0&;rpsnv=12&ct=1436994582&rver=6.5.6509.0&wp=mbi_ssl&wreply=https%3a%2f%2fpartner.support.services.microsoft.com%2fen-us%2fpartners%2fdad&lc=1033&id=293453&pcexp=false

they would try to push me to use Edge as my browser in spite of its
incompatibility with NVDA.

This situation's so frustrating for me, because I so badly want to
submit my coursework ASAP!

Can anyone using Windows 10 and NVDA please recommend a browser to me?
Thank you so much, for you have no idea how much I would appreciate
your recommendation!

aloha,

Jolene.


Re: Virtual Recorder

Gene
 

it isn't clear what you did.  Did you only record using a microphone?  Many laptops have monaural microphone recording jacks.  If you recorded something like an Internet Stream you hear in stereo, you should get a stereo recording. 
 
Your sound card may only record a microphone monaurally and purchasing microphones alone may not solve the problem because there is a good chance the jack you plug the microphone into now is a monaural jack.
You may well have to purchase an external USB sound card and make sure it has a stereo microphone jack. 
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----

Sent: Monday, May 30, 2016 7:38 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Virtual Recorder

Hello there,

Brian, when I had my Dell laptop (which was a Windows 7-based system),
it recorded everything in stereo, but when I got this Asus laptop, it
records everything in mono in Virtual Recorder.
I'm beginning to think that perhaps some brands of laptop are built
for stereo recording, while others aren't.
I could be wrong, though.
Perhaps I should try Berhinger out to see if it would do for me what
Virtual Recorder won't do.

And Gene, I tried recording sound with Virtual Recorder in both stereo
and mono formats, and both recordings came out in mono.
Sounds to me like I may have to invest in a pair of microphones in
order to record sound in stereo!
Thanks so much for your feedback, though.

aloha,

Jolene.



Re: Virtual Recorder

Jolene Cardenas
 

Hello there,

Brian, when I had my Dell laptop (which was a Windows 7-based system),
it recorded everything in stereo, but when I got this Asus laptop, it
records everything in mono in Virtual Recorder.
I'm beginning to think that perhaps some brands of laptop are built
for stereo recording, while others aren't.
I could be wrong, though.
Perhaps I should try Berhinger out to see if it would do for me what
Virtual Recorder won't do.

And Gene, I tried recording sound with Virtual Recorder in both stereo
and mono formats, and both recordings came out in mono.
Sounds to me like I may have to invest in a pair of microphones in
order to record sound in stereo!
Thanks so much for your feedback, though.

aloha,

Jolene.


Re: NVDA and Amazon

Chris Shook <chris0309@...>
 

Laurie,
I downloaded firefox and tried it. It works. I can click on the links just fine in firefox. I just can't click on the links in internet explorer.
Thanks for the help.
Chris


Re: [NVDA] NVDA 2016.2 RC1 crashes

Quentin Christensen
 

No problem, glad it's working now!

Regards

Quentin.

On Tue, May 31, 2016 at 9:01 AM, Chris Shook <chris0309@...> wrote:
Hi,
Thanks I've reinstalled it. It's working fine now.
I guess it was just a fluke.
Thanks
Chris






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Ph +61 7 3149 3306 
Direct: +61 413 904 383
www.nvaccess.org 
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Re: NVDA and Amazon

Gene
 

As I recall, you said in your first message that you can't follow links and it sounded as though you are saying you can't follow any links on the page.  Try turning off browse mode when you are on the results page.  The only way you may be able to move through links may be to tab.  Tab a lot of times until you have tabbed into the results.  Then see if you can follow links while browse mode is off. 
 
Try this test and let us know the results.
On the results page, when you get to a link you want to follow, use the command shift enter and not just enter.
If that works, it will open the page in a new browser window. 
 
It may be that your browsers, for some reason, are not allowing the links to be followed because it is misinterpreting them as popups.
 
I have one or two other tests we can try but if it appears as though they may be helpful, I'll write about them later.
I'm not saying that this is the case, but your symptoms may be the result of what is known as a potentially unwanted program being installed in your browsers without your knowledge.  What antimalware programs do you run?
 

Gene
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, May 30, 2016 6:03 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] NVDA and Amazon

Yes, I do hit enter.
NVDA reads the heading and the item.



Re: NVDA and Amazon

Chris Shook <chris0309@...>
 

Yes, I do hit enter.
NVDA reads the heading and the item.


Re: [NVDA] NVDA 2016.2 RC1 crashes

Chris Shook <chris0309@...>
 

Hi,
Thanks I've reinstalled it. It's working fine now.
I guess it was just a fluke.
Thanks
Chris


Re: Can anyone actually get into this web site?

 

Hmmm I have noscript and ublock pluss better privacy.
I don't use google talk or updaters and have turned this off.

On 30/05/2016 11:33 p.m., Pete wrote:

Here are my firefox plugins

Google Talk Plugin Version 5.41.3.0 More Release Notes: Loading… Always
Activate

Google Update Google Update More Release Notes: Loading… Always Activate

Java(TM) Platform SE 8 U91 Next Generation Java Plug-in 11.91.2 for
Mozilla browsers More Release Notes: Loading… Always Activate

OpenH264 Video Codec provided by Cisco Systems, Inc. This plugin is
automatically installed by Mozilla to comply with the WebRTC
specification and to enable WebRTC calls with devices that require …
More Release Notes: Loading… Options Always Activate

VLC Web Plugin VLC media player Web Plugin More Release Notes: Loading…
Always Activate

Google Talk Plugin Video Renderer Version 5.41.3.0 More Release Notes:
Loading… Ask to Activate

Java Deployment Toolkit 8.0.910.14 is known to be vulnerable. Use with
caution. More Information Java Deployment Toolkit 8.0.910.14 NPRuntime
Script Plug-in Library for Java(TM) Deploy More Release Notes: Loading…
Ask to Activate

Adobe Acrobat (disabled) Adobe PDF Plug-In For Firefox and Netscape
11.0.16 More Release Notes: Loading… Never Activate

Primetime Content Decryption Module provided by Adobe Systems,
Incorporated (disabled) Play back protected web video. More Release
Notes: Loading… Options Never Activate

Shockwave Flash (disabled) Shockwave Flash 21.0 r0 More Release Notes:
Loading… Options Never Activate

and extentions

DownThemAll! The mass downloader for Firefox. More Release Notes: Loading…

Greasemonkey A User Script Manager for Firefox More Release Notes: Loading…

and User Scripts

Kill Windowless Flash Makes windowless (transparent or opaque) Adobe
Flash objects windowed so they have a chance of being accessible. More
Release Notes: Loading…


I can't say the kill windowless script made a difference, may be it does.

I am not sure what is actually playing the audio.

Pete

On 5/27/2016 6:42 AM, Robert Mendoza wrote:

I did installed the said addons but it does not play either.Maybe
something is broken or missing from this sites though I heard that
nvda says embedded object unavailablebut the sites loads successfully
except with the embeded object does not play on the background. Also,
I don't have any addons installed from my nvda.

Robert mendoza

On 5/27/2016 5:50 PM, John from Woodside Apps wrote:
Hello
It then sounds like a content issue that is stopping your NVDA.

Install the firefox addon you block origin
and then try it.

John from Woodside Apps.
Accessible Apps and games for mobile devices.
Android Apps
https://play.google.com/store/apps/dev?id=6590954580289174510
IOS Apps
https://itunes.apple.com/us/developer/john-sturt/id1089097833

On 27/05/2016 10:32, Robert Mendoza wrote:
I tested below mentioned link by Brian but no luck nor to play it from
here. on the Firefox version 46.0.1 and currently using the 2016.2
RC of
nvda as well. I used either the work around by playing embedded object
of nvda plus slash and slash alone but does not load. I'm using Windows
10 Pro 64-bit

Robert mendoza

On 5/27/2016 5:11 PM, John from Woodside Apps wrote:
I am using
Firefox 46.0.1
on a good old win 7 pro 64bit machine
with NVDA last release not the current RC.

John from Woodside Apps.
Accessible Apps and games for mobile devices.
Android Apps
https://play.google.com/store/apps/dev?id=6590954580289174510
IOS Apps
https://itunes.apple.com/us/developer/john-sturt/id1089097833

On 27/05/2016 09:10, Brian's Mail list account wrote:
What browser are you using?
On Firefox it is just as I suggest.

Maybe they have not tested it properly.
Brian

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----- Original Message ----- From: "John from Woodside Apps"
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To: <nvda@nvda.groups.io>
Sent: Friday, May 27, 2016 9:04 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Can anyone actually get into this web site?


Seems fine to me
Apparently the centre is closed on bank holiday monday


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Android Apps
https://play.google.com/store/apps/dev?id=6590954580289174510
IOS Apps
https://itunes.apple.com/us/developer/john-sturt/id1089097833

On 27/05/2016 08:33, Brian's Mail list account wrote:
http://www.chessingtonsportscentre.co.uk/#navigation

When I try, I get a link to go to somewhere and an embedded object
unavailable, and that is it. the link does nothing at all. This
is in
firefox 46 on windows 7 with any version of nvda.
Brian
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