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Re: prevent pages from refreshing

Chris Mullins
 

Does the NVDA+4 on the number row make any difference?

Cheers
Chris

-----Original Message-----
From: Davy Cuppens [mailto:davycuppens@gmail.com]
Sent: 26 March 2016 12:11
To: nvda@groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] prevent pages from refreshing

I am very disappointed to read this all.

Indeed, this is a disadvantage of NVDA; just like you I would like to urge developers to work on this as quick as possible.
Regards
Davy

-----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
From: Mallard
Sent: Friday, March 25, 2016 8:07 PM
To: nvda@groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] prevent pages from refreshing


Hello Davy,

I started this topic more than once, and even last week or ten days ago.
I was told that "I was describing a way Firefox behaves on my machine",
and that if this had been a problem for more people than myself, there
would be ah uge number of messages on this (or soemthing to that ilk).

Clearly, this is an issue that NVDA should find a way of solving, one
way or another. This constant refiesching of webpages is nnoying, and
prevents one from working correctly.

Other screen readers have a way of blocking this, so it MUST be possible.

I'd hate to have to go back to commercial screen readers because of this
issue, because more and moe web pages seem to be employing this horrible
technology (Carousels, or whatever they call them).

Thanks for beinging this up again.
Hopefully, since there are now tro of us, someone will take a minute to
look into this.
Ciao,
Ollie



Il 25/03/2016 17:34, Davy Cuppens ha scritto:
Hi folks
Is there a way in nvda that one can prevent pages from being constantly
refreshed? In my professional sr Cobra I have a shortcut s in virtual mode
so that pags become static and focus won’t jump to the front of it.
Regards
Davy


Re: Help me doing this

Pete <emac00@...>
 

Hi
the insert + plus keys on number pad moves the nvda review cursor to the bottom line of cmd window. You can use nvda's review 7 8 9 line by line 4 5 6 word by word and 1 2 3 char by char.
Pete

On 3/26/2016 2:18 AM, Ajay Sharma wrote:
Hey guys,

Plz suggest a way out to,
1. Read text in command line, CMD.
2. Make NVDA read all the punctuation, while reading line by line or
during say all, I tried to set punctuation level to all, but it didn't
worked out.
3.
Alt + Ctrl + N shortcut is not working.

I am using win 10 Home and NVDA 16.1.

Thanks in advance!
Ajay



Re: Suggestion for upcoming NVDA build

Kevin Cussick
 

so create a ticket it might happen!

On 26/03/2016 13:03, Alexander Masic wrote:
Personaly i think it could be an good idea. I think many like me often
forgot to check for updates even for snapshot, so at least some kind of
notification would be apresiated.



Den 2016-03-26 kl. 13:54, skrev Kevin Cussick via Groups.io:
no this is not a good idea, a newbey might try this feature that you
want and download a snap and it might have problems then threw word of
mouth nvda gets a bad reputation, this was asked for some years ago
and the devs gave this explanation of why it was a bad idea I agree
with them.

On 26/03/2016 03:51, Christopher-Mark Gilland wrote:
I was just thinking how cool of a feature this would be, and I'd not
think it would be terribly hard either to implement.
How hard would it be from the official build, like in this case, 2016.1,
to put an option in the NVDA menu, maybe under Tools, that automatically
like downloading updates would let the user download and install the
latest snapshot build rather than them having to go out to the web site
and manually get it. Either that, or maybe under the General tab of
preferences, where you have the box to check or uncheck for checking for
updates, maybe have another one that says download snapshot builds when
updating.
What do you all think?
---
Christopher Gilland
JAWS Certified, 2016.
Training Instructor.
clgilland07@gmail.com <mailto:clgilland07@gmail.com>
Phone: (704) 256-8010 Extension 401.



Re: Suggestion for upcoming NVDA build

Alexander Masic
 

Personaly i think it could be an good idea. I think many like me often forgot to check for updates even for snapshot, so at least some kind of notification would be apresiated.



Den 2016-03-26 kl. 13:54, skrev Kevin Cussick via Groups.io:

no this is not a good idea, a newbey might try this feature that you want and download a snap and it might have problems then threw word of mouth nvda gets a bad reputation, this was asked for some years ago and the devs gave this explanation of why it was a bad idea I agree with them.

On 26/03/2016 03:51, Christopher-Mark Gilland wrote:
I was just thinking how cool of a feature this would be, and I'd not
think it would be terribly hard either to implement.
How hard would it be from the official build, like in this case, 2016.1,
to put an option in the NVDA menu, maybe under Tools, that automatically
like downloading updates would let the user download and install the
latest snapshot build rather than them having to go out to the web site
and manually get it. Either that, or maybe under the General tab of
preferences, where you have the box to check or uncheck for checking for
updates, maybe have another one that says download snapshot builds when
updating.
What do you all think?
---
Christopher Gilland
JAWS Certified, 2016.
Training Instructor.
clgilland07@gmail.com <mailto:clgilland07@gmail.com>
Phone: (704) 256-8010 Extension 401.


Re: prevent pages from refreshing

Lino Morales
 

I agree. There is a website that I hve that problem with page refreshing. If JFW can support it NVDA should by now.

On 3/26/2016 8:11 AM, Davy Cuppens wrote:
I am very disappointed to read this all.

Indeed, this is a disadvantage of NVDA; just like you I would like to urge developers to work on this as quick as possible.
Regards
Davy

-----Oorspronkelijk bericht----- From: Mallard
Sent: Friday, March 25, 2016 8:07 PM
To: nvda@groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] prevent pages from refreshing


Hello Davy,

I started this topic more than once, and even last week or ten days ago.
I was told that "I was describing a way Firefox behaves on my machine",
and that if this had been a problem for more people than myself, there
would be ah uge number of messages on this (or soemthing to that ilk).

Clearly, this is an issue that NVDA should find a way of solving, one
way or another. This constant refiesching of webpages is nnoying, and
prevents one from working correctly.

Other screen readers have a way of blocking this, so it MUST be possible.

I'd hate to have to go back to commercial screen readers because of this
issue, because more and moe web pages seem to be employing this horrible
technology (Carousels, or whatever they call them).

Thanks for beinging this up again.
Hopefully, since there are now tro of us, someone will take a minute to
look into this.
Ciao,
Ollie



Il 25/03/2016 17:34, Davy Cuppens ha scritto:
Hi folks
Is there a way in nvda that one can prevent pages from being constantly refreshed? In my professional sr Cobra I have a shortcut s in virtual mode so that pags become static and focus won’t jump to the front of it.
Regards
Davy





Re: Suggestion for upcoming NVDA build

Kevin Cussick
 

no this is not a good idea, a newbey might try this feature that you want and download a snap and it might have problems then threw word of mouth nvda gets a bad reputation, this was asked for some years ago and the devs gave this explanation of why it was a bad idea I agree with them.

On 26/03/2016 03:51, Christopher-Mark Gilland wrote:
I was just thinking how cool of a feature this would be, and I'd not
think it would be terribly hard either to implement.
How hard would it be from the official build, like in this case, 2016.1,
to put an option in the NVDA menu, maybe under Tools, that automatically
like downloading updates would let the user download and install the
latest snapshot build rather than them having to go out to the web site
and manually get it. Either that, or maybe under the General tab of
preferences, where you have the box to check or uncheck for checking for
updates, maybe have another one that says download snapshot builds when
updating.
What do you all think?
---
Christopher Gilland
JAWS Certified, 2016.
Training Instructor.
clgilland07@gmail.com <mailto:clgilland07@gmail.com>
Phone: (704) 256-8010 Extension 401.


Re: announcing empty lines can be annouing

Chris
 

and ===== can be equally annoying :D
why not say ten equals instead of repeating over and over :(

On 26/03/2016 11:26, Patrick Le Baudour wrote:
Hi,

I have found one way :
add an entry in the dictionnary, with input
^empty$
(assuming nvda tells you empty for empty lines) replaced by nothing. Select regular expression as type.

The side effect would be that it probably not read any line, button or any other object containing only the word empty. But so far I have found no better way.

-- Patrick.

Le 25/03/2016 17:37, Davy Cuppens a écrit :
Hi folks
Last question before Easter,
When reading texts line per line, NVDA always announces empty line when
it encounters one.
Can this be set off?
Regards
Davy


Re: prevent pages from refreshing

Davy Cuppens
 

Gene
 
Cobra is the screen reader from www.baum.de a German company for assistive technologies for the blind.
Regards
Davy
 

From: Gene
Sent: Friday, March 25, 2016 8:24 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] prevent pages from refreshing
 
I don't know what Cobra is.  I can say that in Firefox, there is a setting to stop the browser from refreshing.  I don't know what effect the setting has on structures such as carousels.  Nor do I know if what is going on has the same or a similar cause because I don't know what is being described as refreshing in today's message. 
 
If you use firefox, in the main window, press alt, then press t, wait a moment then o.
Tab once after waiting a moment.
down arrow to advanced.
If you get stuck partway down the list, up arrow then continue down again to get you unstuck.
Once you get to advanced, start tabbing.  You will see a check box about notifying you if Firefox is being redirected or refreshing a page.  That isn't the exact wording but it's there and my description should allow you to kno it.  Check the check box.  There is no ok button.  Continue using firefox now.  Or close it if you wish. 
 
You may find that you get one such message when a page wants to do something and nothing more during that session of working on the page. You don't have to worry about closing such messages.  They don't block anything and will be replaced automaticaally with future messages.
 
As far as commercial screen-readers are concerned, while they have features to stop refreshes, I don't know if they work in all cases.  I have found times in the past when the JAWS feature didn't work when confronted by some kinds of page refreshes.
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----
From: Mallard
Sent: Friday, March 25, 2016 2:07 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] prevent pages from refreshing
 

Hello Davy,

I started this topic more than once, and even last week or ten days ago.
I was told that "I was describing a way Firefox behaves on my machine",
and that if this had been a problem for more people than myself, there
would be ah uge number of messages on this (or soemthing to that ilk).

Clearly, this is an issue that NVDA should find a way of solving, one
way or another. This constant refiesching of webpages is nnoying, and
prevents one from working correctly.

Other screen readers have a way of blocking this, so it MUST be possible.

I'd hate to have to go back to commercial screen readers because of this
issue, because more and moe web pages seem to be employing this horrible
technology (Carousels, or whatever they call them).

Thanks for beinging this up again.
Hopefully, since there are now tro of us, someone will take a minute to
look into this.
Ciao,
Ollie



Il 25/03/2016 17:34, Davy Cuppens ha scritto:
> Hi folks
> Is there a way in nvda that one can prevent pages from being
> constantly refreshed? In my professional sr Cobra I have a shortcut s
> in virtual mode so that pags become static and focus won’t jump to the
> front of it.
> Regards
> Davy
>





Re: prevent pages from refreshing

Davy Cuppens
 

I am very disappointed to read this all.

Indeed, this is a disadvantage of NVDA; just like you I would like to urge developers to work on this as quick as possible.
Regards
Davy

-----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
From: Mallard
Sent: Friday, March 25, 2016 8:07 PM
To: nvda@groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] prevent pages from refreshing


Hello Davy,

I started this topic more than once, and even last week or ten days ago.
I was told that "I was describing a way Firefox behaves on my machine",
and that if this had been a problem for more people than myself, there
would be ah uge number of messages on this (or soemthing to that ilk).

Clearly, this is an issue that NVDA should find a way of solving, one
way or another. This constant refiesching of webpages is nnoying, and
prevents one from working correctly.

Other screen readers have a way of blocking this, so it MUST be possible.

I'd hate to have to go back to commercial screen readers because of this
issue, because more and moe web pages seem to be employing this horrible
technology (Carousels, or whatever they call them).

Thanks for beinging this up again.
Hopefully, since there are now tro of us, someone will take a minute to
look into this.
Ciao,
Ollie



Il 25/03/2016 17:34, Davy Cuppens ha scritto:
Hi folks
Is there a way in nvda that one can prevent pages from being constantly refreshed? In my professional sr Cobra I have a shortcut s in virtual mode so that pags become static and focus won’t jump to the front of it.
Regards
Davy


Re: announcing empty lines can be annouing

Patrick Le Baudour
 

Hi,

I have found one way :
add an entry in the dictionnary, with input
^empty$
(assuming nvda tells you empty for empty lines) replaced by nothing. Select regular expression as type.

The side effect would be that it probably not read any line, button or any other object containing only the word empty. But so far I have found no better way.

-- Patrick.

Le 25/03/2016 17:37, Davy Cuppens a écrit :
Hi folks
Last question before Easter,
When reading texts line per line, NVDA always announces empty line when
it encounters one.
Can this be set off?
Regards
Davy


Re: Help me doing this

Patrick Le Baudour
 

Hello,

I'm not too sure about what you are describing exactly, but here are some infos that could be useful.

- ctrl+alt+n only works with installed version of nvda, not with portables ones.

- to work in cmd, it is usually recommended to disable keyboard and word echo. When it is enabled, the result can be annoying, as it reads letters and words of output, and does skip the punctuation with the word reading.
If that is done, output should be spoken directly, and you can use review cursor, i.e. numpad with numlock off to browse through already displayedtext (assuming you are using desktop layout).


-- Patrick

Le 26/03/2016 07:18, Ajay Sharma a écrit :
Hey guys,

Plz suggest a way out to,
1. Read text in command line, CMD.
2. Make NVDA read all the punctuation, while reading line by line or
during say all, I tried to set punctuation level to all, but it didn't
worked out.
3.
Alt + Ctrl + N shortcut is not working.

I am using win 10 Home and NVDA 16.1.

Thanks in advance!
Ajay



Re: skype going universal

 

I also use Skype, but didn't text a lot as most of my friends don't use it; instead I used Line on my iPhone and FB chat through the main Facebook site as those are what the majority of my friends use.


Re: Nvda on the applevis site while using firefox

Clare Page <clare.page@...>
 

Hi!
I read the AppleVis website nearly every day using the latest Firefox and
the latest NVDA and have never had the problems you describe. So I can't
think of any workarounds, I'm sorry to say! Interesting that we don't all
have problems reading text on that website, though!
Bye for now!
From Clare

-----Original Message-----
From: brandon [mailto:breedto@gmail.com]
Sent: vendredi 25 mars 2016 15:53
To: nvda@groups.io
Subject: [nvda] Nvda on the applevis site while using firefox

Hello all,
I really hate asking this question.
But has anyone notice anything odd while using nvda on. The applevis site.
For example no spaces appearing. Between words in forum posts, app directory
entries, and more. I am using the latest version of firefox. Is there anyone
else. Facing this issue and if so have you found any work arounds for it.
Have a wonderful day.
Brandon,
Reed

Sent from my iPod


Help me doing this

Ajay Sharma
 

Hey guys,

Plz suggest a way out to,
1. Read text in command line, CMD.
2. Make NVDA read all the punctuation, while reading line by line or
during say all, I tried to set punctuation level to all, but it didn't
worked out.
3.
Alt + Ctrl + N shortcut is not working.

I am using win 10 Home and NVDA 16.1.

Thanks in advance!
Ajay


Re: Suggestion for upcoming NVDA build

 

hmmm snapshots are nightly builds, but I do aggree to some point I know there are softwares with options to update from the right channels.
Trouble is the only time we have betas and rc builds is just before release its not like they are in a big cycle.
As for snapshots, there is the master branch which is mostly stable and contains stuff for the next upcomming, experimental and then there are a couple below that.
Bar the master unless you are a dev I see no advantage tto users and it could give them issues.
I never download anything bar stable for myself.
It all depends though.
there was a tool called snapshot downloader but I don't know where it is or if it even works now.

On 26/03/2016 4:51 p.m., Christopher-Mark Gilland wrote:
I was just thinking how cool of a feature this would be, and I'd not think it would be terribly hard either to implement.

How hard would it be from the official build, like in this case, 2016.1, to put an option in the NVDA menu, maybe under Tools, that automatically like downloading updates would let the user download and install the latest snapshot build rather than them having to go out to the web site and manually get it. Either that, or maybe under the General tab of preferences, where you have the box to check or uncheck for checking for updates, maybe have another one that says download snapshot builds when updating.

What do you all think?
---
Christopher Gilland
JAWS Certified, 2016.
Training Instructor.

clgilland07@gmail.com
Phone: (704) 256-8010 Extension 401.


Re: Any NVDA users using inbox.google.com

 

I agree inn theory as long as your client supports ssl or tls andd most of them if not all do it shouldn't matter.
I can remember when you had to buy ssl support and manualy email people that banned me from various sites and groups because I was blacklisted as a spammer.
I did ask if ssl was supported though this was when it was new, they didn't, yahoogroups was one such system.
They all support it now thank god but older clients that don't get updates to certifficates may have issues accessing things.

On 25/03/2016 11:22 p.m., Brian's Mail list account wrote:
Glad you feel that way. I guess its what you want it to be.
I still find any offline client much better as it cannot cchange at the
whim of the web site maker.
Brian

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----- Original Message ----- From: "Kevin Chao" <kevinchao89@gmail.com>
To: <nvda@groups.io>
Sent: Friday, March 25, 2016 6:50 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Any NVDA users using inbox.google.com


Inbox by Gmail only has one view that is accessible with NVDA+Firefox. The
keyboard shortcuts, bundles, smart links/replies, etc. make it delightful
and efficient
On Thu, Mar 24, 2016 at 3:30 PM Ben J. Bloomgren <bbloomgren@icloud.com>
wrote:

Brian, Felix and all,

Does this Inbox make use of standard and basic HTML views?

Ben

On Mar 24, 2016, at 10:06, Brian's Mail list account <
bglists@blueyonder.co.uk> wrote:

I am not sure what inbox in this context is. If you mean webmail
standard interface, then only under extreme conditions, as its not very
easy to work fast in my view, and seems to be a bit peculiar in the
sort of
default send formats it uses.
Brian

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----- Original Message ----- From: "Armando" <braille.bt4753@gmx.com>
To: <nvda@groups.io>
Sent: Thursday, March 24, 2016 11:58 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Any NVDA users using inbox.google.com


No. I use Mozilla Thunderbird as my email client. I don't use
inbox.google.com/.

On 3/24/2016 5:17 AM, Felix G. wrote:
Hello list,
I also use Inbox, as I find it corresponds with how I think about
email, more like a living to-do list than electronic letters.
Kind regards,
Felix

On Wed, 23 Mar 2016 at 07:24 Ben J. Bloomgren <bbloomgren@icloud.com
<mailto:bbloomgren@icloud.com>> wrote:

I’m a mail client guy, but I’ll check it out. I like the
flexibility of email clients, and I have tended to look down on
webmail. I’ll check Inbox out though.

Thanks,

Ben

On Mar 22, 2016, at 7:39 PM, Kevin Chao <kevinchao89@gmail.com
<mailto:kevinchao89@gmail.com>> wrote:

For the longest, I've been using gmail.com <http://gmail.com/>
with Firefox+NVDA, but recently switched to inbox.google.com
<http://inbox.google.com/> .
Was curious to know if others have tried Inbox or are using it?
I really like the bundles, pinning, snoozing, smart-replies, and
smart links.







Re: skype going universal

 

Well I do use it and I like it.
There is no other way to chat without skype now.
And I am used to it, the desktop interface is mostly ok.
However according to ms skype support it will be a while before they quit using the thing.
I have heard that miranda can interface with skype, and if that is the case if it can run without skype I may try that, and also may uuse it instead.
The only big issue with skype is because I have so many capture devices, vertual and real mics and sound devices sometimes skype has issues finding the right device.
So then it will start, stop all sound and lock the system for 5 minutes while it tries to find out.
I got really angery at this a couple weeks back and thought that I'd just go and bash the computer or reformat it and then smash it but I went into the settings andd what do you know?
Every input device was set on a capture device which is part of a vertual recorder which isn't even supposed to be used and I was able to switch it to the right device and have it stay there by default and although I have updated it its never tried to scan again!

On 26/03/2016 4:30 p.m., Arlene wrote:
I don’t use it either. Joking! In case people use it. Skype is junk!

-----Original Message-----
From: Brian's Mail list account [mailto:bglists@blueyonder.co.uk]
Sent: March-25-16 3:21 AM
To: nvda@groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] skype going universal

Seems a bit daft to cut any form of existing system that gives more people
access.
I hardly ever use Skype any more. Its about time that Apple released their
system so third party providors could add it to other platforms.
Brian

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----- Original Message -----
From: "Shaun Everiss" <sm.everiss@gmail.com>
To: <nvda@groups.io>
Sent: Friday, March 25, 2016 5:58 AM
Subject: [nvda] skype going universal


Hi.
Forgot what list this origionally came on but someone was talking about an
app releasefor skype and the phasing out of desktop.
I did a chat with support, who told me that they were not even planning to
release the universal just yet and don't know when that will be.
I asked them to give us a classic interface with same keyboard layout and
no ribbons weather this changes things I don't know but at least I tried.








Re: and Chromium

 

chromium is google chrome with all the added stuff google chrome has.
In theory it should be more accessable than chrome without all the extra google stuff on it.

On 26/03/2016 5:06 a.m., Gene wrote:
Evidently, you are talking about Chromium, not Google Chrome. I doubt that meaningful work has been done either by the Chromium project nor by NVDA on this browser. The popular Google Chrome browser among sighted users is reasonably accessible but I don't expect Chromium, a browser that is not at all widely used and that a lot of people don't even know exists, to be worked on by NVDA developers who, frankly, have much much more important things to work on affecting a great many more users than a browser most people haven't even heard of.

Gene
----- Original Message -----

From: Pete
Sent: Friday, March 25, 2016 10:51 AM
To: nvda@groups.io
Subject: [nvda] and Chromium



Hi
I am trying out Chromium.
The version is below in the about page.
does any one have helpful advice using this browser?
I notice while down arrowing nvda stops announcing the menu items.
After the zoom item two down arrow are not spoken and again after
edit item another two down arrows are not spoken.
If up arrowing it doesn't do the same.
Tabbing around seems to work OK. Starting at the address bar, next
tab is bookmark button next tab is Chromium menu oops take that back
tabbing around now selects between tabs now along with going threw the
open page. I have not configured any thing in it yet so will explore
the other tabs. Does any one know the keys to close a tab / focused
window?
Thanks!
Pete
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Re: Weird desktop messages?

Gene
 

I wouldn't go through the trouble of changing that setting until others indicate Whether it makes any difference.  I'm not saying this is the case, but I am not at all sure that the details setting has anything to do with how the desktop displays.  I doubt it.  Details is a view setting for how files are displayed in the list of files and folders in Windows Explorer.  There is no such setting for the desktop and I would think that the setting doesn't apply.
 
Gene

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, March 25, 2016 11:43 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Weird desktop messages?

sounds like you went to details view in a normal folder you only need to
hit view then list.
I'd open a folder on the desktop, go do a view/list, alt v then l and
then after that go to folder options and view then set folders to
current folder and see.
If that does not work hit the reset button to reset view, but you will
have to redo those options ofcause.



On 26/03/2016 2:18 p.m., Matt Turner wrote:
> Hi, when i go to the desktop, in windows 8 with the windows key+d, I get all
> this extra speech added  with my icons.
> For example, foobar2000; 1 KB; Shortcut; ‎3/‎19/‎2016 ‏‎5:17 PM.
> The tool tips, and help balloons are turned off in NVDA.
> I'm just thinking it's something i accidentally hit.
>
> .
>



Re: Weird desktop messages?

 

sounds like you went to details view in a normal folder you only need to hit view then list.
I'd open a folder on the desktop, go do a view/list, alt v then l and then after that go to folder options and view then set folders to current folder and see.
If that does not work hit the reset button to reset view, but you will have to redo those options ofcause.

On 26/03/2016 2:18 p.m., Matt Turner wrote:
Hi, when i go to the desktop, in windows 8 with the windows key+d, I get all
this extra speech added with my icons.
For example, foobar2000; 1 KB; Shortcut; ‎3/‎19/‎2016 ‏‎5:17 PM.
The tool tips, and help balloons are turned off in NVDA.
I'm just thinking it's something i accidentally hit.
.