Audio ducking. quick on and off?


Daniel Sommerfeld
 

Hi all.


Is there a way to quicklie turn on and off audio ducking in NVDA? It takes me to long to first go into the settings and turn it on or off.


Regards

Daniel


Tyler Spivey
 

NVDA+shift+d.

On 6/20/2022 10:22 PM, Daniel Sommerfeld wrote:
Hi all.
Is there a way to quicklie turn on and off audio ducking in NVDA? It takes me to long to first go into the settings and turn it on or off.
Regards
Daniel


Daniel Sommerfeld
 

Hi.


Wow. That's it. Thank you so much. :-)


Cheers

Daniel

Am 21.06.2022 um 07:39 schrieb Tyler Spivey via groups.io:

NVDA+shift+d.


On 6/20/2022 10:22 PM, Daniel Sommerfeld wrote:
Hi all.


Is there a way to quicklie turn on and off audio ducking in NVDA? It takes me to long to first go into the settings and turn it on or off.


Regards

Daniel








Luke Davis
 

Daniel Sommerfeld wrote:

Wow. That's it. Thank you so much. :-)
I'm guessing you don't know about the NVDA Quick Command Reference, available by pressing NVDA+N, H, Q. If you had opened that, you could have searched for "ducking" with a normal webpage search (NVDA+Ctrl+F), and gotten an answer even faster!


Daniel Sommerfeld
 

Hi. You are guessing right. *grins* I really didn't know about that. But that is a very long way to get to the search. But thank you. Now i know how to get help.


Cheers

Daniel

Am 21.06.2022 um 08:10 schrieb Luke Davis:

Daniel Sommerfeld wrote:

Wow. That's it. Thank you so much. :-)
I'm guessing you don't know about the NVDA Quick Command Reference, available by pressing NVDA+N, H, Q. If you had opened that, you could have searched for "ducking" with a normal webpage search (NVDA+Ctrl+F), and gotten an answer even faster!




Dave Grossoehme
 

Has anyone reported this to Microsoft?  Go into Feedback Hub with the Win key + f key.  Then you can tab through the app., you can mark this as a problem to them.

Dave

On 6/21/2022 6:23 AM, Daniel Sommerfeld wrote:
Hi. You are guessing right. *grins* I really didn't know about that. But that is a very long way to get to the search. But thank you. Now i know how to get help.


Cheers

Daniel

Am 21.06.2022 um 08:10 schrieb Luke Davis:
Daniel Sommerfeld wrote:

Wow. That's it. Thank you so much. :-)
I'm guessing you don't know about the NVDA Quick Command Reference, available by pressing NVDA+N, H, Q. If you had opened that, you could have searched for "ducking" with a normal webpage search (NVDA+Ctrl+F), and gotten an answer even faster!







Sarah k Alawami
 

I didn't se it when I searched for feedback, there are 48 results for narrator, some of them not matching up to the keyword itself. Actually come to think of it, I never saw the feedback I reported a while ago re narrator. Hmm. I can write up a report , however I'm not sure if this is an nvda or narrator issue, or both.

-----Original Message-----
From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of Dave Grossoehme
Sent: Wednesday, June 22, 2022 12:11 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Audio ducking. quick on and off?

Has anyone reported this to Microsoft? Go into Feedback Hub with the Win key + f key. Then you can tab through the app., you can mark this as a problem to them.

Dave


On 6/21/2022 6:23 AM, Daniel Sommerfeld wrote:
Hi. You are guessing right. *grins* I really didn't know about that.
But that is a very long way to get to the search. But thank you. Now i
know how to get help.


Cheers

Daniel

Am 21.06.2022 um 08:10 schrieb Luke Davis:
Daniel Sommerfeld wrote:

Wow. That's it. Thank you so much. :-)
I'm guessing you don't know about the NVDA Quick Command Reference,
available by pressing NVDA+N, H, Q. If you had opened that, you could
have searched for "ducking" with a normal webpage search
(NVDA+Ctrl+F), and gotten an answer even faster!