Date   

Re: Problem Retrieving Ordered Material

 

Are you saying that there is no link provided in the receipts themselves or under separate cover in a distinct e-mail message after payment was received?

That's the most common way to provide purchasers of downloadable material, whether books, programs, or audio, a way to get it after payment has been received.  Most often the URL has some ungodly long key associated with it, unless you end up having to enter your receipt number, or something similar, to make the download commence.

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Re: Code Factory add-in for NVDA

molly the blind tech lover
 

Hi

I once had eloquence on my Android phone too. However it did not work very well and it cost $20. But the vocalizer voices are all right. Sadly I don’t have them on my Windows devices anymore.  

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of Shaun Everiss
Sent: Friday, July 19, 2019 3:53 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Code Factory add-in for NVDA

 

Well the last was from enablerehab saying pay what you want, they need to send at least 50 cents to phonics because of their licences.

Now saying that that was for sapi.

As for the old dectalk, I usually wouldn't but it sounds like no one really cares that much.

Obviously if someone sold the entire load they probably would make something about it but its almost like, its to old for us to give a damn about as such.
To be honest the sapi dectalk wasn't perfect with volume dropouts on some voices I don't even use it anymore.

However if someone were to well distribute it, as long as no one brought it or payed cash, I don't think people would care that much.

Of course my communications with the deal were ages ago maybe if to many wanted it who knows.

Dectalk like eloquence are not really where we should be going as it is though.

Now don't get me wrong, they had their day, and their place.

In their day they were the best of the best.

I mean hawking used the thing.

Here's the thing.

I tried a 16 bit version of eloquence on my phone and it was total crap!

Theory is it was never designed to be upsampled.

Next eloquence and dectalk are utter crap.

Its not their fault.

I mean how much can you get out of a simple speaker with a few hardware chips without the voice quality and size we have now?

I mean they like the old keynotes were the king of the castle and were there for a number of years.

And as an old timer I respect the past.

I still use it on my old phone.

However their time may be about done.

 

 

On 20/07/2019 12:10 AM, Josh Kennedy wrote:

I also wish we could get some confirmation about decTalk since it, too, is, or was, very popular. There is nothing wrong with the 24-year-old decTalk access32 dll files. they work fine aside from some bugs in the nvda-addon code, they work just fine with NVDA. I wish that we could 1. get official confirmation that is it abandonware, or is it not abandonware and can we use the 24-year-old decTalk access32 dll which is still perfectly fine with NVDA? 2. if somebody would give us permission to use that dll, which by the way again works perfectly fine, then once we have permission, we could incorporate it into NVDA as an alternative to ESpeak for english and maybe some other languages, same goes for willowPond softVoice tts, by the way... so anyway once we get confirmation, they could be incorporated into NVDA so people have some alternative voices. and also perhaps the voices could be given sapi5 interfaces for those who wish to use them in that form. oh better yet, if NVDA could sell decTalk nvda-addon and softVoice tts addon, decTalk sapi5 with a good non-buggy interface and softVoice tts sapi5 again with a good stable interface. I personally would gladly pay $10 to $20 or so for updated versions of those two tts engines. better yet would be if the authors just said well just go ahead and incorporate them into NVDA as voices or as voices on the extra-voices download website. 
Josh


Re: Problem Retrieving Ordered Material

Greg Wocher
 

Hello,
When you purchased the materials did you create a username and password for your account with the shop? If you did there is a my account link on the page. Click on it and log in. Your purchased items should be there for you to download.

Greg Wocher

On Jul 19, 2019, at 4:14 PM, Christopher Gray <chris@moblind.org> wrote:

Hello:

I have tried multiple times to get an answer out of Tech Support with no luck.
So, maybe somebody here knows the definitive answer. These are products both
purchased in midJune from the nvaccess website but for whatever reason I have
never received information about how to retrieve them.

I paid $46.26 for the MS Outlook Training for NVDA (eBook) (AUD $30)

Receipt #5222469298897420

I paid $53.37 for Basic Training for NVDA (Downloadable Audio) (AUD $45)

Receipt #1265475612516056

These purchases were made on June 19, and Tech Support verifies they were made.
For some reason though, they do not provide me information on how to get the
materials.

I hope somebody here knows how to do this.

Thank you.

Chris




Problem Retrieving Ordered Material

Christopher Gray
 

Hello:

I have tried multiple times to get an answer out of Tech Support with no luck.
So, maybe somebody here knows the definitive answer. These are products both
purchased in midJune from the nvaccess website but for whatever reason I have
never received information about how to retrieve them.

I paid $46.26 for the MS Outlook Training for NVDA (eBook) (AUD $30)

Receipt #5222469298897420

I paid $53.37 for Basic Training for NVDA (Downloadable Audio) (AUD $45)

Receipt #1265475612516056

These purchases were made on June 19, and Tech Support verifies they were made.
For some reason though, they do not provide me information on how to get the
materials.

I hope somebody here knows how to do this.

Thank you.

Chris


Re: Brltty, anything new

 

Yeah I have thrown all my keynote and dectalk synths in the bin now.

A dectalk usb can be brought but its like 600 bucks.

If I got into hardware again, I'd get a double talk minni its only 200 bucks but who knows.

On 20/07/2019 2:24 AM, David Csercsics wrote:
Yes, this Dell has all of those as well. If I'd known that I'd have kept my doubletalk LT around when I moved.





Re: Code Factory add-in for NVDA

 

Well the last was from enablerehab saying pay what you want, they need to send at least 50 cents to phonics because of their licences.

Now saying that that was for sapi.

As for the old dectalk, I usually wouldn't but it sounds like no one really cares that much.

Obviously if someone sold the entire load they probably would make something about it but its almost like, its to old for us to give a damn about as such.
To be honest the sapi dectalk wasn't perfect with volume dropouts on some voices I don't even use it anymore.

However if someone were to well distribute it, as long as no one brought it or payed cash, I don't think people would care that much.

Of course my communications with the deal were ages ago maybe if to many wanted it who knows.

Dectalk like eloquence are not really where we should be going as it is though.

Now don't get me wrong, they had their day, and their place.

In their day they were the best of the best.

I mean hawking used the thing.

Here's the thing.

I tried a 16 bit version of eloquence on my phone and it was total crap!

Theory is it was never designed to be upsampled.

Next eloquence and dectalk are utter crap.

Its not their fault.

I mean how much can you get out of a simple speaker with a few hardware chips without the voice quality and size we have now?

I mean they like the old keynotes were the king of the castle and were there for a number of years.

And as an old timer I respect the past.

I still use it on my old phone.

However their time may be about done.



On 20/07/2019 12:10 AM, Josh Kennedy wrote:
I also wish we could get some confirmation about decTalk since it, too, is, or was, very popular. There is nothing wrong with the 24-year-old decTalk access32 dll files. they work fine aside from some bugs in the nvda-addon code, they work just fine with NVDA. I wish that we could 1. get official confirmation that is it abandonware, or is it not abandonware and can we use the 24-year-old decTalk access32 dll which is still perfectly fine with NVDA? 2. if somebody would give us permission to use that dll, which by the way again works perfectly fine, then once we have permission, we could incorporate it into NVDA as an alternative to ESpeak for english and maybe some other languages, same goes for willowPond softVoice tts, by the way... so anyway once we get confirmation, they could be incorporated into NVDA so people have some alternative voices. and also perhaps the voices could be given sapi5 interfaces for those who wish to use them in that form. oh better yet, if NVDA could sell decTalk nvda-addon and softVoice tts addon, decTalk sapi5 with a good non-buggy interface and softVoice tts sapi5 again with a good stable interface. I personally would gladly pay $10 to $20 or so for updated versions of those two tts engines. better yet would be if the authors just said well just go ahead and incorporate them into NVDA as voices or as voices on the extra-voices download website. 
Josh


Re: Pandora client for windows 10?

Robert Doc Wright godfearer
 

Search google for  “Hope for Pandora”. The same developer of QCast created Hope.

 

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From: Matt Turner
Sent: Thursday, July 18, 2019 5:45 AM
To: NVDA
Subject: [nvda] Pandora client for windows 10?

 

Hi folks

 

Anyone no of a good accessible client for pandora?

 

 

 

 


Re: SPL Addon Questions

 

Hi,

I need a way to reproduce this and find out what NVDA needs to say. Currently I have suspended major developments on SPL add-on and others until NvDA is fully powered by Python 3 (more info coming soon).

Cheers,

Joseph

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of Robert Doc Wright godfearer
Sent: Friday, July 19, 2019 11:19 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] SPL Addon Questions

 

I looked through the list of commands but I could not find anything for Station playlist creator that would help when I need to propagate my playlist. I know how to push information to the playlist but I don’t know how much time is being used after every push.

 

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From: Joseph Lee
Sent: Thursday, July 18, 2019 11:49 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] SPL Addon Questions

 

Hi,

There are two SPL keys – SPL Assistant and SPL Controller. One would go to NVDA menu/Preferences/Input Gestures, locate StationPlaylist category, and assign commands from there.

The user guide for this add-on can be found here:

https://github.com/josephsl/stationplaylist/wiki/spladdonguide

Please have the new broadcast subscribe to NVDA SPL list located at:

https://nvda-spl.groups.io/g/nvda-spl

Cheers,

Joseph

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of Dan Kerstetter
Sent: Thursday, July 18, 2019 9:50 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: [nvda] SPL Addon Questions

 

How do I assign a certain key to be the SPL key?

 

Also, is there more documentation than what is presented in the  Addon help?

 

Thanks in advance.

 

 

 


Re: SPL Addon Questions

Robert Doc Wright godfearer
 

I looked through the list of commands but I could not find anything for Station playlist creator that would help when I need to propagate my playlist. I know how to push information to the playlist but I don’t know how much time is being used after every push.

 

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From: Joseph Lee
Sent: Thursday, July 18, 2019 11:49 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] SPL Addon Questions

 

Hi,

There are two SPL keys – SPL Assistant and SPL Controller. One would go to NVDA menu/Preferences/Input Gestures, locate StationPlaylist category, and assign commands from there.

The user guide for this add-on can be found here:

https://github.com/josephsl/stationplaylist/wiki/spladdonguide

Please have the new broadcast subscribe to NVDA SPL list located at:

https://nvda-spl.groups.io/g/nvda-spl

Cheers,

Joseph

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of Dan Kerstetter
Sent: Thursday, July 18, 2019 9:50 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: [nvda] SPL Addon Questions

 

How do I assign a certain key to be the SPL key?

 

Also, is there more documentation than what is presented in the  Addon help?

 

Thanks in advance.

 

 

 


Re: Alpine and Pico

Christopher Gray
 

Hi Luke:

I am using the Windows version of Alpine on a Windows 7 machine. The link to
find the
2.20 release is http://alpine.x10host.com/alpine/release/ which is actually the
release 2.21. But, there is no binary version of 2.21. Below the discussion of
2.21 are previous releases. I'm using 2.20. If you click its link, you can
then get the binary files for Alpine.

I really appreciate your willingness to have a look at this.

Chris



On Wed, 19 Jun 2019, Luke Davis via Groups.Io wrote:

On Tue, 18 Jun 2019, Christopher Gray wrote:

I use two fairly old pieces of software: the Alpine email client; the
Pico text
editor. Unfortunately, I don't seem to be able to get this software to
work
with NVDA. It only shows a blank screen for me.
Firstly, please clarify: are you using these by installing them on your
windows machine, or using them by remote connection (ssh, telnet, etc.) to
some Linux/FreeBSD/similar machine?
There is even some kind of web version of alpine that you might be using.

I use alpine every day, and nano which is a more advanced version of the
really ancient pico that you are talking about, but not their windows
versions.

If you are using versions of these installed on your windows system, can you
tell us where you are getting them (with exact download links if possible),
so we can test out the exact software you are using?

Pico is particularly portable and I'm betting that the two programs have
the
same screen issues since they were written by the same source. I haven't
I'm not sure what you mean by portable in this context, unless you are just
talking about the fact that it's a single executable. If that is what you
mean, I suggest you don't be sending that to anyone. Who knows what
viruses/worms your computer might have, and many email providers (gmail, for
example) won't let you send executables anyway.
better to provide download links as I suggested above.

Luke




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Re: where can I find info on cursors that take the place of the jaws cursor

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From: marvin kotler
Sent: Thursday, July 18, 2019 4:58 PM
To: nvda@... NVDA caps lock + numpad 7 turns on screen review

Shift+numpad 7 takes you to top of screen

Shift + numpad 3 takes you to bottom of screen

All of this can be found if you open NVDA menu caps lock n

Press h for help

Enter on users guide or Q for quick commands
Subject: [nvda] where can I find info on cursors that take the place of the jaws cursor

 

Good evening listers; NVDA is my backup screen reader; but I would like to learn to use it just in case I need too.  What cursors take the place of the jaws cursor for starters?

Marv

 

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Re: Alpine and Pico

Christopher Gray
 

---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Tue, 18 Jun 2019 17:33:26 +0000
From: Christopher Gray via Groups.Io <chris=moblind.org@groups.io>
Reply-To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
To: NVDA Mailing List <nvda@nvda.groups.io>
Subject: [nvda] Alpine and Pico

In answer to Brian's question, Alpine has an installable version and as a part
of it, Pico is installed. This did not make a difference in the behavior of
these two programs.

Chris

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Hi:

I use two fairly old pieces of software: the Alpine email client; the Pico
text
editor. Unfortunately, I don't seem to be able to get this software to work
with NVDA. It only shows a blank screen for me.

Pico is particularly portable and I'm betting that the two programs have the
same screen issues since they were written by the same source. I haven't
attached it here but sending it via email should be very simple.

Is there a way I can try to diagnose this? Or, might somebody be willing to
look at this who knows more about thwat they are doing?

Many thanks.

Chris


On Tue, 18 Jun
2019, Brian Vogel via
Groups.Io wrote:

Do one, the other, or both of these programs have installable versions in addition to portable versions?

If they do, the first thing to try is to install the installable version and see if it interacts (or doesn't interact) with NVDA in the same way.

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Re: Push Notifications With NVDA

 

An apology for straying so far off-topic here (my bad) and several what I hope will be final points:

1.  Since I moderate on both this group and as archives manager on the Windows 10 for Screen Reader Users group, I sometimes confuse where I've said what when it's a couple of days old.

2.  The conversation about Chrome and push notifications occurred on the Win10 group, so all confusion regarding where this stuff I've made reference to here is mine.

3.  I believed when posting my last few messages that I was on the Win10 group, where the discussion in depth of how browsers handle push notifications would be far more on topic.

4.  I believe we've covered more than needs to be covered with regard to NVDA and push notifications at this juncture on this topic.  If people have questions regarding how to configure the browser that they're using with regard to push notifications, that should be taken to the Chat Subgroup, the Windows 10 for SR Users group, or elsewhere.

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Re: Push Notifications With NVDA

 

Vincent,

           Thanks for that Ghacks article link, as it's quite thorough in explaining the control of this feature under Firefox and also includes links (which I did not follow) at the end discussing it for Chrome.

           Both this article and one I gave a link to several days ago show that for Chrome this feature is rapidly coming up on one year old and is around 8 months old for Firefox.   Because I don't allow push notifications I do not know what either browser has as its default setting as far as handing these off to Windows for presentation.  But if you (any you) suddenly start getting these via Windows and don't want them presented that way you'll have to tweak your browser settings to disallow pass-through and/or turn off permissions to receive push notifications from the sites where you've allowed them to come from in the first place.
 
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Re: synths

Jackie
 

Well, if anyone uses it, let me just advise that control + NVDA + r
reverts your configuration. They said it was in English--you couldn't
prove it by me. I couldn't understand anything, & I constantly heard a
bunch of clicking. For a minute there, I was scared I wasn't gonna be
able to get out of it & return to intelligible speech. Just 1 person's
opinion, & likely worth what you paid for it.

On 7/19/19, Shaun Everiss <sm.everiss@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi.

Over on win10, there was a discussion I think on the elequence
codefactory addon I think and issues with it.

A user suggested we all use the speech player addon.

Here is the thing though, how old is it, does it even work with espeak
ng, and will it work with the new py3 and threshhold.

If not we have a problem, that synth was to my mind only a concept.

And now, its just a bunch of outdated crap.

Seriously, as I said in that thread we need our own synth.

And either we chuck out the old crappy synth like speech player or we
actually try to continue where we started from.

I am not the authors of this but I'd have thought that if I were them I
would have made a decision before now as this was all done years and
years ago at least it looks like this.

I know this will come as a bit harsh, but it seems people just say we
have this older synth about that we made.

To be honest if we are serious in using our own synth, a serious
descussion needs to be had on restarting development on it or making
another synth or something.

I really think something needs to be done else we will continue to have
this conversation round and round and round.

Is it at all possible we could actually start talking about this in
general please.

I'd like questions to be answered, like why did we stop, and why don't
we start again.

I think there were valid reasons but well.

Next what synths in addon form will work wityh the newer addon schemes
in nvda and the future.

Its obvious that we may need our own synth, but should we have one or not.

Is it worth restarting our own or designing our own and what would we use.

Now I am happy with espeak but if we had our own synth and sold a sapi
version or something and maybe the addon version or something for low
cost say 5-10 vbucks I'd get it, maybe up to 30 bucks for higher quality
things, maybe as much as 60 bucks for really good packs of things.

I just think with all the new technology and prices dropping down lower
and lower that we really should hav a good look is all.





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Re: Push Notifications With NVDA

 

On Fri, Jul 19, 2019 at 10:56 AM, Andy B. wrote:
I want my browsing experience as clean as possible. Under no conditions will I approve of an app or website to push notifications through a browser.
You and I are cut from the same cloth.   I said pretty much the same thing two days ago.

We are, it seems, either currently in the minority or rapidly becoming so.  Push notifications, whether through the browser itself, or via pass-through to Windows to present via toast notification, are becoming all the rage.

It is important for people to know that:

1.  They cannot and will not get push notifications of any kind unless they consent to receiving same.  [And, no, I do not count if a nefarious actor were to somehow "auto consent" to same, that would be malware.]

2.  The usual default is for the browser to handle and present these notifications.

3.  A number of browsers are implementing "pass along" functionality so that instead of their presenting the push notifications, they're passed to Windows to present as toasts.

If you never consent to a push notification, then points two and three are utterly irrelevant.  But if you do, you will need to figure out exactly how the browser(s) you're using on a routine basis is actually processing push notifications - by itself or by passing same to Windows.

 
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Re: Push Notifications With NVDA

Andy B.
 

I want my browsing experience as clean as possible. Under no conditions will I approve of an app or website to push notifications through a browser.

 

 

From: Vincent Le Goff
Sent: Friday, July 19, 2019 10:52 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Push Notifications With NVDA

 

For Firefox users (like myself): having Firefox push notifications to Windows seems to be supported, according to this website that does some advertising of this feature for a version of Firefox that has been released for 6 months, if I'm not mistaken: https://www.ghacks.net/2018/10/08/firefox-gets-native-windows-10-notifications-support/ .

 

Vincent

On 7/19/2019 4:29 PM, Brian Vogel wrote:

On Fri, Jul 19, 2019 at 09:58 AM, Joseph Lee wrote:

Actually, Windows+(Shift+)V for toast notifications, and Windows+A for Action Center (I get this sometimes while using Slack, so this is nothing new).

And, as a recent topic brought to the fore, if one is using Chrome it's possible to have the browser push those push messages straight over to Windows to be presented as toast notifications, or not.

So one has to know what browser is being used and whether certain features have been configured in certain ways to know for certain how one might directly interact with a push message.

This stuff is getting much more wildly complicated, configuration wise and interaction wise, as new options regarding "who does what, or who passes what to whom" are being created.
 
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Re: Push Notifications With NVDA

Vincent Le Goff <vincent.legoff.srs@...>
 

For Firefox users (like myself): having Firefox push notifications to Windows seems to be supported, according to this website that does some advertising of this feature for a version of Firefox that has been released for 6 months, if I'm not mistaken: https://www.ghacks.net/2018/10/08/firefox-gets-native-windows-10-notifications-support/ .


Vincent

On 7/19/2019 4:29 PM, Brian Vogel wrote:
On Fri, Jul 19, 2019 at 09:58 AM, Joseph Lee wrote:
Actually, Windows+(Shift+)V for toast notifications, and Windows+A for Action Center (I get this sometimes while using Slack, so this is nothing new).
And, as a recent topic brought to the fore, if one is using Chrome it's possible to have the browser push those push messages straight over to Windows to be presented as toast notifications, or not.

So one has to know what browser is being used and whether certain features have been configured in certain ways to know for certain how one might directly interact with a push message.

This stuff is getting much more wildly complicated, configuration wise and interaction wise, as new options regarding "who does what, or who passes what to whom" are being created.
 
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Re: Push Notifications With NVDA

 

On Fri, Jul 19, 2019 at 09:58 AM, Joseph Lee wrote:
Actually, Windows+(Shift+)V for toast notifications, and Windows+A for Action Center (I get this sometimes while using Slack, so this is nothing new).
And, as a recent topic brought to the fore, if one is using Chrome it's possible to have the browser push those push messages straight over to Windows to be presented as toast notifications, or not.

So one has to know what browser is being used and whether certain features have been configured in certain ways to know for certain how one might directly interact with a push message.

This stuff is getting much more wildly complicated, configuration wise and interaction wise, as new options regarding "who does what, or who passes what to whom" are being created.
 
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Brian - Windows 10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 1903, Build 18362  

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Re: Brltty, anything new

David Csercsics
 

Yes, this Dell has all of those as well. If I'd known that I'd have kept my doubletalk LT around when I moved.

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