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Re: In-Process 31st July

Gene
 

I'll also check to see if I have my ribbon tutorial available on Dropbox.  If not, I'll upload it and send the link. 
 
Gene

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, July 31, 2019 6:57 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] In-Process 31st July

Hi Gene,

Good point re the system tray.  I'll update that next time I'm looking at the page, but feel free to go ahead and edit it yourself if you get to it first.  Editing that bit about ribbons and including the link to your tutorial would also be great - I must admit, I sat down to edit that page yesterday thinking I'd just need to add a paragraph here and there, and then I got to the virtual ribbons thing and realised it really needed a lot more work.

Re Eloquence, I must admit, I didn't really touch that section.  Not sure whether the SAPI 5 version wasn't available when that part was originally written, or maybe whoever wrote that part initially had (or knew about) the other version, but again, happy for that to be added in.

Regards

Quentin.

On Wed, Jul 31, 2019 at 9:16 PM Gene <gsasner@...> wrote:
Regarding changes made to the switching to NVDA from JAWS Wiki:
 
I have a few points and a question to the list regarding the content.
 
As far as the system tray information is concerned, I’m glad to see that the space bar eaquals left single click command is included.  But it is important to say that first letter navigation can be used in the system tray.  Those who use the JAWS system tray dialog are used to using first letter navigation in the list and they should know that the same is available when working with the system tray directly.
 
Concerning ribbons, the discussion of ribbons is so shortt that I think it will confuse and discourage people who aren’t familiar with working with ribbons and those who don’t use the JAWS virtual ribbons menus as well.  I think that it is much better to provide a link to resources to learn about ribbons such as my tutorial, its short and to the point and very clear with learn by doing examples, and links to resources, done by others. 
 
I would have no objection to a comment such as, using ribbons is similar to using menus except that you tab and shift tab to move through a ribbon.  Then you might say something like of course there is more to learn but that is the essence of how you move through ribbons.  Then you would recommend resources.  Or, if you don’t want to give specific information, you might say something like try one or more of these resources for learning ribbons.  You may be pleasantly surprised how much easier they are than you may have believed.  I’ll send you a link to my ribbons tutorial ikf you wish. 
 
Regarding Eloquence, why is the HTML5 version not mentioned?  I don’t know if the add-on works properly now and my question to the list is, does it still have the very annoying almost constant crackling artifacts it used to have?  If it does, that is another reason to mention the HTML5 version.  Those wishing to use Eloquence in more than just NVDA should be aware that an HTML5 version exists.  I don’t think the HTML5 version is discussed on the extra voices page so this would have to be coordinated. 
 
gene
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Tuesday, July 30, 2019 9:32 PM
Subject: [nvda] In-Process 31st July
 
Hi everyone,
 
This week in In-Process, NVDA 2019.2 RC1, improving mail with Litmus, updates to the Switching from Jaws to NVDA Wiki, and the WebAIM screen reader survey.
 
 
Regards
 
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Re: In-Process 31st July

Gene
 

I may add that information, as you suggest. 
 
Gene

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, July 31, 2019 6:57 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] In-Process 31st July

Hi Gene,

Good point re the system tray.  I'll update that next time I'm looking at the page, but feel free to go ahead and edit it yourself if you get to it first.  Editing that bit about ribbons and including the link to your tutorial would also be great - I must admit, I sat down to edit that page yesterday thinking I'd just need to add a paragraph here and there, and then I got to the virtual ribbons thing and realised it really needed a lot more work.

Re Eloquence, I must admit, I didn't really touch that section.  Not sure whether the SAPI 5 version wasn't available when that part was originally written, or maybe whoever wrote that part initially had (or knew about) the other version, but again, happy for that to be added in.

Regards

Quentin.

On Wed, Jul 31, 2019 at 9:16 PM Gene <gsasner@...> wrote:
Regarding changes made to the switching to NVDA from JAWS Wiki:
 
I have a few points and a question to the list regarding the content.
 
As far as the system tray information is concerned, I’m glad to see that the space bar eaquals left single click command is included.  But it is important to say that first letter navigation can be used in the system tray.  Those who use the JAWS system tray dialog are used to using first letter navigation in the list and they should know that the same is available when working with the system tray directly.
 
Concerning ribbons, the discussion of ribbons is so shortt that I think it will confuse and discourage people who aren’t familiar with working with ribbons and those who don’t use the JAWS virtual ribbons menus as well.  I think that it is much better to provide a link to resources to learn about ribbons such as my tutorial, its short and to the point and very clear with learn by doing examples, and links to resources, done by others. 
 
I would have no objection to a comment such as, using ribbons is similar to using menus except that you tab and shift tab to move through a ribbon.  Then you might say something like of course there is more to learn but that is the essence of how you move through ribbons.  Then you would recommend resources.  Or, if you don’t want to give specific information, you might say something like try one or more of these resources for learning ribbons.  You may be pleasantly surprised how much easier they are than you may have believed.  I’ll send you a link to my ribbons tutorial ikf you wish. 
 
Regarding Eloquence, why is the HTML5 version not mentioned?  I don’t know if the add-on works properly now and my question to the list is, does it still have the very annoying almost constant crackling artifacts it used to have?  If it does, that is another reason to mention the HTML5 version.  Those wishing to use Eloquence in more than just NVDA should be aware that an HTML5 version exists.  I don’t think the HTML5 version is discussed on the extra voices page so this would have to be coordinated. 
 
gene
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Tuesday, July 30, 2019 9:32 PM
Subject: [nvda] In-Process 31st July
 
Hi everyone,
 
This week in In-Process, NVDA 2019.2 RC1, improving mail with Litmus, updates to the Switching from Jaws to NVDA Wiki, and the WebAIM screen reader survey.
 
 
Regards
 
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Re: trouble with NVDA Menu and content being correctly formatted on web pages

Quentin Christensen
 

When you say you can't access the NVDA menu, can you use other NVDA commands - eg if you press NVDA+F12 does it read the time?  If not, it would indicate an issue with your NVDA key (whether it's set to caps lock and you're trying insert or vice-versa, or a key, maybe N, isn't working or stuck down, etc).  If you can read the time, does NVDA give you an error or beep when you try to open the menu?  In your %temp% folder there should be an nvda.log file which is the log from either the current NVDA session or most recent session (if it is not currently running), and nvda-old.log which is from the time before that.  If you could send me a copy of that log to info@... I can have a look and see if it offers anything.

Otherwise, which version of NVDA are you using? and have you tried another version (eg try both NVDA 2019.1.1 https://www.nvaccess.org/download and NVDA 2019.2rc1 https://www.nvaccess.org/post/nvda-2019-2rc1-released/ )

Regards

Quentin.

On Thu, Aug 1, 2019 at 6:23 AM Scott Berry <sb356607@...> wrote:
Hello there,


I am having some trouble with NVDA not allowing me to access the NVDA
menu and also not rendering elements on all web pages correctly.


I have taken the following steps to resolve this issue:


1.  I uninstalled NVDA, rebooted  and removed everything from c;\App
Data\Roming\NVDA.


2.  I have done a ccleaner and that didn't clean up anything in
particular with NVDA.


3.  I also uninstalled JAWS and Openbook just to see if they were
conflicting and that is not the case.



4.  I installed NVDA, JAWS and Openbook back and the problem still exists.


I wonder if there are other places I should look for any other settings.

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Re: In-Process 31st July

Quentin Christensen
 

Hi Gene,

Good point re the system tray.  I'll update that next time I'm looking at the page, but feel free to go ahead and edit it yourself if you get to it first.  Editing that bit about ribbons and including the link to your tutorial would also be great - I must admit, I sat down to edit that page yesterday thinking I'd just need to add a paragraph here and there, and then I got to the virtual ribbons thing and realised it really needed a lot more work.

Re Eloquence, I must admit, I didn't really touch that section.  Not sure whether the SAPI 5 version wasn't available when that part was originally written, or maybe whoever wrote that part initially had (or knew about) the other version, but again, happy for that to be added in.

Regards

Quentin.

On Wed, Jul 31, 2019 at 9:16 PM Gene <gsasner@...> wrote:
Regarding changes made to the switching to NVDA from JAWS Wiki:
 
I have a few points and a question to the list regarding the content.
 
As far as the system tray information is concerned, I’m glad to see that the space bar eaquals left single click command is included.  But it is important to say that first letter navigation can be used in the system tray.  Those who use the JAWS system tray dialog are used to using first letter navigation in the list and they should know that the same is available when working with the system tray directly.
 
Concerning ribbons, the discussion of ribbons is so shortt that I think it will confuse and discourage people who aren’t familiar with working with ribbons and those who don’t use the JAWS virtual ribbons menus as well.  I think that it is much better to provide a link to resources to learn about ribbons such as my tutorial, its short and to the point and very clear with learn by doing examples, and links to resources, done by others. 
 
I would have no objection to a comment such as, using ribbons is similar to using menus except that you tab and shift tab to move through a ribbon.  Then you might say something like of course there is more to learn but that is the essence of how you move through ribbons.  Then you would recommend resources.  Or, if you don’t want to give specific information, you might say something like try one or more of these resources for learning ribbons.  You may be pleasantly surprised how much easier they are than you may have believed.  I’ll send you a link to my ribbons tutorial ikf you wish. 
 
Regarding Eloquence, why is the HTML5 version not mentioned?  I don’t know if the add-on works properly now and my question to the list is, does it still have the very annoying almost constant crackling artifacts it used to have?  If it does, that is another reason to mention the HTML5 version.  Those wishing to use Eloquence in more than just NVDA should be aware that an HTML5 version exists.  I don’t think the HTML5 version is discussed on the extra voices page so this would have to be coordinated. 
 
gene
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Tuesday, July 30, 2019 9:32 PM
Subject: [nvda] In-Process 31st July
 
Hi everyone,
 
This week in In-Process, NVDA 2019.2 RC1, improving mail with Litmus, updates to the Switching from Jaws to NVDA Wiki, and the WebAIM screen reader survey.
 
 
Regards
 
Quentin.
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Re: Is there a way to set NVDA 2019.2-RC1 to exit focus mode in Skype?

hurrikennyandopo ...
 

Hi


Which version of skype?


There is the app version for windows 10 there is a desk top version both skype 7 and 8 which is more like a web page in 8.


There is also a web version that can be used in a browser.


I was just looking through some of the whats new in nvda 2019.2 and come across the following.


• You can now disable browse mode by default by disabling the new "Enable browse mode on page load" option in NVDA's browse mode settings. (#8716)
◦ Note that when this option is disabled, you can still enable browse mode manually by pressing NVDA+space.


Gene nz


On 1/08/2019 8:15 AM, John Isige wrote:
So I asked about this Skype issue and Joseph was right. If you hit NVDA-space, it takes NVDA out of focus mode and you can arrow through Skype controls as usual. What's interesting is that it seems to be preserved until restart. That is, when I first get into Skype I have to hit NVDA-space, but once I've done that, it's set until I restart NVDA, even if I close Skype and re-open it again, well, make it minimize to the system tray or whatever it does.


So is there a way to set NVDA to not be in focus mode when I open Skype? I don't know what changed between 2019.1 and 2019.2 so I don't know what setting change(s) to make, or if it's even possible.




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Setting global speech rate across various profiles

Mobeen Iqbal
 

Hello Everyone.

    I am using NVDA with different profiles for various programs. I am wondering if there is any way to get NVDA to respect the global speech rate I have set as I switch between programs? The speech rate is something I'm not really interested in customising on a per program basis. At the moment, if I slow the speech rate down then go in to excel for example, the last speech rate that was set in relation to my excel profile is loaded. I can see how this would be useful for some but I would like the option of using the global setting per profile for certain items if possible. Any replies are much appreciated.

Thanks for reading,

Mo.


Re: trouble with NVDA Menu and content being correctly formatted on web pages

 

On Wed, Jul 31, 2019 at 04:23 PM, Scott Berry wrote:
not rendering elements on all web pages correctly
You are going to have to be a lot more specific about this aspect and, if possible, provide URLs so that those trying to work through to get the same result you're reporting can actually do so.
 
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trouble with NVDA Menu and content being correctly formatted on web pages

Scott Berry
 

Hello there,


I am having some trouble with NVDA not allowing me to access the NVDA menu and also not rendering elements on all web pages correctly.


I have taken the following steps to resolve this issue:


1.  I uninstalled NVDA, rebooted  and removed everything from c;\App Data\Roming\NVDA.


2.  I have done a ccleaner and that didn't clean up anything in particular with NVDA.


3.  I also uninstalled JAWS and Openbook just to see if they were conflicting and that is not the case.



4.  I installed NVDA, JAWS and Openbook back and the problem still exists.


I wonder if there are other places I should look for any other settings.

--
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Check us out at:
http://www.berrysadvocating.biz


Is there a way to set NVDA 2019.2-RC1 to exit focus mode in Skype?

John Isige
 

So I asked about this Skype issue and Joseph was right. If you hit NVDA-space, it takes NVDA out of focus mode and you can arrow through Skype controls as usual. What's interesting is that it seems to be preserved until restart. That is, when I first get into Skype I have to hit NVDA-space, but once I've done that, it's set until I restart NVDA, even if I close Skype and re-open it again, well, make it minimize to the system tray or whatever it does.


So is there a way to set NVDA to not be in focus mode when I open Skype? I don't know what changed between 2019.1 and 2019.2 so I don't know what setting change(s) to make, or if it's even possible.


Re: In-Process 31st July

Gene
 

Yes, SAPI5.
 
Gene

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, July 31, 2019 1:05 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] In-Process 31st July

Hi.


I think you meant SAPI5 rather than HTML5.


Re: In-Process 31st July

Andre Fisher
 

Hi.


I think you meant SAPI5 rather than HTML5.


Re: In-Process 31st July

Gene
 

Regarding changes made to the switching to NVDA from JAWS Wiki:
 
I have a few points and a question to the list regarding the content.
 
As far as the system tray information is concerned, I’m glad to see that the space bar eaquals left single click command is included.  But it is important to say that first letter navigation can be used in the system tray.  Those who use the JAWS system tray dialog are used to using first letter navigation in the list and they should know that the same is available when working with the system tray directly.
 
Concerning ribbons, the discussion of ribbons is so shortt that I think it will confuse and discourage people who aren’t familiar with working with ribbons and those who don’t use the JAWS virtual ribbons menus as well.  I think that it is much better to provide a link to resources to learn about ribbons such as my tutorial, its short and to the point and very clear with learn by doing examples, and links to resources, done by others. 
 
I would have no objection to a comment such as, using ribbons is similar to using menus except that you tab and shift tab to move through a ribbon.  Then you might say something like of course there is more to learn but that is the essence of how you move through ribbons.  Then you would recommend resources.  Or, if you don’t want to give specific information, you might say something like try one or more of these resources for learning ribbons.  You may be pleasantly surprised how much easier they are than you may have believed.  I’ll send you a link to my ribbons tutorial ikf you wish. 
 
Regarding Eloquence, why is the HTML5 version not mentioned?  I don’t know if the add-on works properly now and my question to the list is, does it still have the very annoying almost constant crackling artifacts it used to have?  If it does, that is another reason to mention the HTML5 version.  Those wishing to use Eloquence in more than just NVDA should be aware that an HTML5 version exists.  I don’t think the HTML5 version is discussed on the extra voices page so this would have to be coordinated. 
 
gene

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Tuesday, July 30, 2019 9:32 PM
Subject: [nvda] In-Process 31st July
 
Hi everyone,
 
This week in In-Process, NVDA 2019.2 RC1, improving mail with Litmus, updates to the Switching from Jaws to NVDA Wiki, and the WebAIM screen reader survey.
 
 
Regards
 
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Re: Character Information: What a godsend!

Christo de Klerk
 

Hello all

I echo those sentiments. I also read a lot of linguistics-related material, but I am also in the process of creating a new translation table for LibLouis for my language and this add-on is absolutely invaluable for reading Unicode braille characters. I don't know how I would have managed it without the add-on. A million thanks for it and also to the author of the Unicode braille input add-on which is a miracle.

Kind regards

Christo


On 2019/07/31 06:19AM, Ben J. Bloomgren wrote:
Hey all,


One of the newest add-ons for NVDA, created by Cyrille G. is an absolute godsend to me. I'm a language freak/geek, so Unicode values are part of my daily life. If I ever come upon a character which I don't know about, I press numpad 2 or NVDA+comma four times, and I'm in like flint! Merci beaucoup!


Ben






Re: Character Information: What a godsend!

Quentin Christensen
 

Glad to hear you found Cyrille's add-on and it's working well Ben!

For anyone wondering, here is the link to the add-on: https://addons.nvda-project.org/addons/charInfo.en.html

The add-ons page is regularly updated with new and interesting add-ons.  So, if you haven't checked it out lately, I'd encourage you to do so: https://addons.nvda-project.org/index.en.html

Also, if you're a bit more adventurous, the site has a page of "add-ons under development".  These add-ons are currently being worked on and may or may not be completely polished, but may have new functionality you haven't seen elsewhere, and if you are interested, your feedback can help the developer of the add-on to iron out any kinks: https://addons.nvda-project.org/dev.en.html

Regards

Quentin.

On Wed, Jul 31, 2019 at 2:19 PM Ben J. Bloomgren <godsquad@...> wrote:
Hey all,


One of the newest add-ons for NVDA, created by Cyrille G. is an absolute
godsend to me. I'm a language freak/geek, so Unicode values are part of
my daily life. If I ever come upon a character which I don't know about,
I press numpad 2 or NVDA+comma four times, and I'm in like flint! Merci
beaucoup!


Ben






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Character Information: What a godsend!

Ben J. Bloomgren
 

Hey all,


One of the newest add-ons for NVDA, created by Cyrille G. is an absolute godsend to me. I'm a language freak/geek, so Unicode values are part of my daily life. If I ever come upon a character which I don't know about, I press numpad 2 or NVDA+comma four times, and I'm in like flint! Merci beaucoup!


Ben


Re: Webaim survey

hurrikennyandopo ...
 

Hi


So people know it is out to be filled in I will also put on the main page of my website as well then remove it when it is finished.

Filled in it earlier today. I wonder if the numbers go up?


Gene nz


On 31/07/2019 2:39 PM, molly the blind tech lover wrote:

I took the survey too.

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of Shaun Everiss
Sent: Tuesday, July 30, 2019 8:46 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Webaim survey

 

I agree.

Sadly its not got much better online and some of it was a bit worse.

Its quite generic servey.

Still it must help I know people do look at it.

 

 

On 31/07/2019 8:32 AM, brian wrote:

    I also took this survey and it's quite similar to past surveys.  mMost of the same questions.

Brian Sackrider

On 7/30/2019 4:23 PM, Ângelo Abrantes wrote:

Done!

Ângelo Abrantes

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Hello list,

 

Please take the time to complete this survey before it expires.

Thanks.

 

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Re: Webaim survey

molly the blind tech lover
 

I took the survey too.

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of Shaun Everiss
Sent: Tuesday, July 30, 2019 8:46 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Webaim survey

 

I agree.

Sadly its not got much better online and some of it was a bit worse.

Its quite generic servey.

Still it must help I know people do look at it.

 

 

On 31/07/2019 8:32 AM, brian wrote:

    I also took this survey and it's quite similar to past surveys.  mMost of the same questions.

Brian Sackrider

On 7/30/2019 4:23 PM, Ângelo Abrantes wrote:

Done!

Ângelo Abrantes

Às 20:36 de 30-07-2019, Nimer Jaber escreveu:

Hello list,

 

Please take the time to complete this survey before it expires.

Thanks.

 

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In-Process 31st July

Quentin Christensen
 

Hi everyone,

This week in In-Process, NVDA 2019.2 RC1, improving mail with Litmus, updates to the Switching from Jaws to NVDA Wiki, and the WebAIM screen reader survey.


Regards

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Re: Webaim survey

 

I agree.

Sadly its not got much better online and some of it was a bit worse.

Its quite generic servey.

Still it must help I know people do look at it.



On 31/07/2019 8:32 AM, brian wrote:

    I also took this survey and it's quite similar to past surveys.  mMost of the same questions.

Brian Sackrider

On 7/30/2019 4:23 PM, Ângelo Abrantes wrote:

Done!

Ângelo Abrantes

Às 20:36 de 30-07-2019, Nimer Jaber escreveu:
Hello list,

Please take the time to complete this survey before it expires.
Thanks.

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Re: Running NVDA as a virtualise app using App-v #winten1709

Genevieve Nolasco
 

Thanks guys, I will relay these responses to our software packaging teams. I believe that aside from the audio ducking error that shows up in the logs the software works fine as a virtualized app.

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