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NV Access is a non-profit organisation based in Australia. We develop and support NVDA, a free, open source screen reader for Microsoft Windows.
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2017.3rc1 is now available for testing:
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NV Access Aug 14
Replying to @LadyAnnatar
No, the add-on download issue (now resolved) only affected downloading add-ons, not their functionality.
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Michael Curran Aug 12
Finally back home from a very busy but successful week in Redmond. Wonderful as always to work along side other ATs for a common cause
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Derek Riemer Aug 10
Easy to download, Easy to install, and you can use browse mode with it!!!!!! long dictate users.
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NV Access Aug 9
2017.3rc1 is due out in a couple of weeks, final version a week or so later. will definitely tweet when both come out.
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NV Access Aug 8
Replying to @aohasley
Thanks for the feedback. Glad NVDA is working well for you! :)
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Michael Curran Aug 8
Replying to @md_curran
Already had some extremely productive discussions around MS Office and performance yesterday even before it officially started
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Michael Curran Aug 8
Starting first official day of visit to Microsoft with other ATs to talk about the present and future of Windows. Exciting stuff.
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Joseph Lee Aug 7
Community representative's response to 's departure from (please circulate):
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NV Access Aug 7
Replying to @LeftBollocks
Still working out exact details, but we will likely be hiring soon, among other things. Stay tuned for more details!
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NV Access Aug 7
Jamie has decided to move on from NV Access. Read his personal announcement:
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NV Access Aug 7
Replying to @darbaga @MSFTEnable
We rely on Windows to do the actual ducking, so not possible without changes from .
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Mohammed Al-Hajamy🐱 Aug 4
Windows 10 OCR is very useful for reading screenshots on websites if the author doesn't provide a description. Thanks, .
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NV Access Aug 4
Replying to @monstertruck550
Yes, entirely offline.
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NV Access Aug 4
Replying to @dt_Vic @MSFTEnable
We have coords for each word, so can probably be done heuristically. Hard to know whether table or newspaper columns though.
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NV Access Aug 4
Replying to @monstertruck550
It's always been part of Win 10, though Creators Update added some more languages.
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NV Access Aug 2
Replying to @a_hewitt13
We only want to change them once majority of people are happy. Reverting temporarily until we can look at improvements based on feedback
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NV Access Aug 2
A new In-Process is up! Featuring our new NVDA icon, no new sounds & inbuilt OCR for Windows 10
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NV Access Aug 1
Replying to @lordluceus @NVAccess
Yep, the new sounds were loved by some and not by others so we pulled them. We'll look at making customisable sounds in the future
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NV Access Jul 25
Replying to @kaylajheffernan
I found some keyboard tips: (Fn+I = INSERT), still not friendly, especially considering the price bracket it's in
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