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Windows 10 Notifications?

Clement Chou
 

Seems like my NVDA has stopped reading them out loud when they come up
with the latest update... and the windows+v shortcut no longer works
to bring up the popup. Anyne got any pointers here? I'm a little
mystified. Thanks!

Stephen W. Wise
 

Hi,

?????? Depending on the version of Windows you are using-Windows 10 1903 exhibits this behavior-the key has now been remapped by Microsoft in 1903 to allow the ability to view different things copied to the clipboard, now. In this situation, it would appear that Windows Key + A is the alternative to this change. If you aren't running this version of windows perhaps you could indicate your version on your system since some features change as Microsoft releases new feature sets and updates for Windows.


Stephen

On 9/12/2019 9:01 PM, Clement Chou wrote:
Seems like my NVDA has stopped reading them out loud when they come up
with the latest update... and the windows+v shortcut no longer works
to bring up the popup. Anyne got any pointers here? I'm a little
mystified. Thanks!

Clement Chou
 

Thanks. I am indeed running 1903. My NVDA has also stopped reading
notifications when they first appear. Is this normal as well and is
there a fix?

On 9/12/19, Stephen W. Wise <bvitech1@...> wrote:
Hi,

?????? Depending on the version of Windows you are using-Windows 10 1903
exhibits this behavior-the key has now been remapped by Microsoft in
1903 to allow the ability to view different things copied to the
clipboard, now. In this situation, it would appear that Windows Key + A
is the alternative to this change. If you aren't running this version of
windows perhaps you could indicate your version on your system since
some features change as Microsoft releases new feature sets and updates
for Windows.


Stephen


On 9/12/2019 9:01 PM, Clement Chou wrote:
Seems like my NVDA has stopped reading them out loud when they come up
with the latest update... and the windows+v shortcut no longer works
to bring up the popup. Anyne got any pointers here? I'm a little
mystified. Thanks!




Stephen W. Wise
 

Hi,

?????? I have noticed this behavior on my system but haven't had enough alerts to see if there is, indeed, a pattern. For example, Windows Defender completed its scan in the background but NVDA didn't tell me the alert that popped up indicating this. I had to use the Windows Key + A method to tab over to the message in the alert. I am not sure the reasoning yet why this is the case but have been trying to identify any cause such as-too many alerts in the Action center display nullifying any output from NVDA. It appears that it may be random as it will announce changes from time to time and I just tested this by unplugging my external My Passport drive and it worked normally. So, long story short, I don't believe that this is normal behavior and I might look and see if anybody else has filed a bug report or could be made aware through this post.


Stephen

On 9/12/2019 10:16 PM, Clement Chou wrote:
Thanks. I am indeed running 1903. My NVDA has also stopped reading
notifications when they first appear. Is this normal as well and is
there a fix?

On 9/12/19, Stephen W. Wise <bvitech1@...> wrote:
Hi,

?????? Depending on the version of Windows you are using-Windows 10 1903
exhibits this behavior-the key has now been remapped by Microsoft in
1903 to allow the ability to view different things copied to the
clipboard, now. In this situation, it would appear that Windows Key + A
is the alternative to this change. If you aren't running this version of
windows perhaps you could indicate your version on your system since
some features change as Microsoft releases new feature sets and updates
for Windows.


Stephen


On 9/12/2019 9:01 PM, Clement Chou wrote:
Seems like my NVDA has stopped reading them out loud when they come up
with the latest update... and the windows+v shortcut no longer works
to bring up the popup. Anyne got any pointers here? I'm a little
mystified. Thanks!



Clement Chou
 

Great. Thanks Stephen!

On 9/12/19, Stephen W. Wise <bvitech1@...> wrote:
Hi,

?????? I have noticed this behavior on my system but haven't had enough
alerts to see if there is, indeed, a pattern. For example, Windows
Defender completed its scan in the background but NVDA didn't tell me
the alert that popped up indicating this. I had to use the Windows Key +
A method to tab over to the message in the alert. I am not sure the
reasoning yet why this is the case but have been trying to identify any
cause such as-too many alerts in the Action center display nullifying
any output from NVDA. It appears that it may be random as it will
announce changes from time to time and I just tested this by unplugging
my external My Passport drive and it worked normally. So, long story
short, I don't believe that this is normal behavior and I might look and
see if anybody else has filed a bug report or could be made aware
through this post.


Stephen



On 9/12/2019 10:16 PM, Clement Chou wrote:
Thanks. I am indeed running 1903. My NVDA has also stopped reading
notifications when they first appear. Is this normal as well and is
there a fix?

On 9/12/19, Stephen W. Wise <bvitech1@...> wrote:
Hi,

?????? Depending on the version of Windows you are using-Windows 10
1903
exhibits this behavior-the key has now been remapped by Microsoft in
1903 to allow the ability to view different things copied to the
clipboard, now. In this situation, it would appear that Windows Key + A
is the alternative to this change. If you aren't running this version of
windows perhaps you could indicate your version on your system since
some features change as Microsoft releases new feature sets and updates
for Windows.


Stephen


On 9/12/2019 9:01 PM, Clement Chou wrote:
Seems like my NVDA has stopped reading them out loud when they come up
with the latest update... and the windows+v shortcut no longer works
to bring up the popup. Anyne got any pointers here? I'm a little
mystified. Thanks!