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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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NV Access Apr 21
A new blog post? Yes please! Featuring the team in Brisbane, plus lots more news! Image of the team
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NV Access Apr 21
Replying to @TTurkovi
I don't have a podcast for you today, but how about being one of the first to read a new In-Process blog post?
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NV Access Apr 13
Replying to @eyelessmac
If (and only if) you're willing to test beta builds, it'd be good if you can clarify that it works for you in NVDA master snapshots.
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NV Access Apr 13
Replying to @eyelessmac
It's a complicated story involving changes in both Windows and NVDA, but in short, it should hopefully be all working in NVDA 2017.2.
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NV Access Apr 6
For our non French speaking friends, Google translates that title as "NVDA daily, exclusively NVDA", which sounds like a neat slogan to me!
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NV Access Apr 6
For our French speaking friends, Oxytude made a podcast called "NVDA au quotidien, exclusivement NVDA"
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NV Access Apr 5
Replying to @blindpreacher35
I haven't looked at the program to know what does or doesn't work with NVDA currently. The Trelby developers would need to be interested
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NV Access Apr 5
Replying to @mehgcap
It's fantastic that so many people put forward many great ideas though, thank you! Maybe something we could consider how to use in future.
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NV Access Apr 5
Replying to @mehgcap
Interesting idea! Patreon does look more "arts" based. We do have a monthly donation option: (& do 4 updates / year)
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NV Access Apr 5
Replying to @blindpreacher35
We have created an "NVDA Certified Expert" accreditation. Full details are available in this announcement:
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Tristan Apr 5
Just passed my NVDA Expert 2017 exam. Thank you for providing this, ! :)
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The Paciello Group Apr 5
+1 - We're proud to partner with ... & + friends do an awesome job with
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Tea Turkovic Apr 5
I hope that more companies developing commercial programs for business will start to work on accessibility together with !
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NV Access Apr 5
Thanks for your valuable work! That's the power of open source: we all use our individual strengths to make a better whole.
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Cordelia Apr 5
"NVDA is written *by* users, *for* users." Exciting to hear talk about creating this awesome open-source screen reader
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joshueoconnor Apr 5
Wow. 80k users of NVDA worldwide. That's amazing. Kudos.
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Cordelia Apr 5
NVDA is available in 50 languages, thanks to volunteer translators. You can contribute, too:
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Susanna Laurin Apr 5
The power of the community!
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Bart Simons Apr 5
since @nvdasr is a free screenreader, you have no excuse to not use it to test your programs and websites
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NV Access Apr 4
The new In-Process covers unit testing, certification & a catch up on our interview. Check it out now
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