Owner's Notes re: Poll: I think ducking should go; and other NVDA features proposal and wider discussion #adminnotice
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2. Unless surveys have been conducted about a specific feature, or diagnostic logs have been collected to show aggrigate data, we cannot say which feature is or is not helpful or useful to users. One user may use features that another won't, and that is the beauty of a program which provides th options. Not having the option would mean that users who do rely on that feature would not be able to anymore, which would present a problem for those users.
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