Welcome to the NVDA Community Add-ons website - Check Input Gestures #nvdaaddonsfeed
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Find and fix input gestures conflicts in NVDA and add-ons. The general term "input gestures" includes keyboard commands, commands entered from Braille keyboards and gestures of touch screens.
Each of the installed add-ons can make changes to the NVDA configuration by adding or reassigning existing input gestures. If the same input gestures are binded to several functions, it will be impossible to call some of them.
Search for duplicate gestures
To detect duplicate gestures, call the NVDA menu, go to the "Tools" submenu, then - "Check Input Gestures" and activate the menu item "Search for duplicate gestures...".
If the same input gestures will be detected, which are assigned to different functions, their list will be displayed in a separate dialog box.
Note: As you know, features that don't have a text description do not appear in the "Input Gestures..." dialog. Therefore, after activating such an element, the corresponding warning will be displayed.
Gestures without description
To view the list of gestures binded with functions without a text description, if they are found in your NVDA configuration, you need to call the NVDA menu, go to the submenu "Tools", then - "Gestures without description...".
One way to view this help page is to call up the NVDA menu, go to the "Tools" submenu, then - "Check Input Gestures", and activate "Help".
Note: All features of the add-on are presented in the NVDA "Input Gestures" dialog and you can assign your own keyboard shortcuts to each of them.
We are very grateful to everyone who made the effort to develop, translate and maintain this add-on:
Altering of add-on source code
You may clone this repo to make alteration to NVDA Check Input Gestures.
Third Party dependencies
These can be installed with pip:
To package the add-on for distribution