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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 9h
Replying to @coolfields @NVAccess
See if another synth (eSpeak / Microsoft SAPI 5, etc) makes a difference. Also is anything hogging resources (check task manager)
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NV Access 10h
Replying to @coolfields @NVAccess
What problems are you having? There has been some conversation in the Users E-mail list (to join, email: nvda+subscribe@groups.io)
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NV Access 15h
In-Process is out! Short one this week but still packed with lots of handy tidbits and info on upcoming features!
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NV Access 15h
Replying to @DerekRiemer @NVAccess
Derek, I uploaded the latest post this morning, but got caught up & hadn't got to publicise it yet:
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NV Access 18h
Symbol pronunciation is global but you can set a speech dictionary rule for the current voice & use different voices for profiles
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NV Access Jun 24
Replying to @zbenton
Just leave it blank. I actually think that is a bug in the website platform. That field should not be reachable
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NV Access Jun 24
Remember you can update your public listing to include optional email, phone and company. Useful for advertizing your own training
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NV Access Jun 24
There are now 50 officially certified experts! Take the exam for free; Listing/certificate is AU$100.00.
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NV Access Jun 23
Replying to @DiegoRicardo32
Perhaps some day, but not something we can do for free. It uses a paid Microsoft service (which is obviously free to them but not us).
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NV Access Jun 22
Thanks ! If you'd like to follow Kara's advice, you can grab "Microsoft Word with NVDA" from:
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NV Access Jun 20
Replying to @KaraLG84 @NVAccess
Either Quentin@ or info@ is fine.
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NV Access Jun 20
Replying to @KaraLG84
I'd you could email the doc that would be far thanks! Also, your using word 2016 from memory?
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NV Access Jun 20
Replying to @KaraLG84 @NVAccess
Interesting, I'll look into that for you - Quentin,
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NV Access Jun 19
Replying to @KaraLG84 @NVAccess
I see some sluggishness there, esp in a large TOC like NVDA training modules. Is it worse in Next than 2017.2? Seems same here -QC
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NV Access Jun 18
NV Access are pleased to announce "Microsoft Excel for NVDA" eBook available from: Happy Monday!
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Derek Riemer Jun 15
NVDA Devs: Join the NVDA community on gitter.
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AT Banter Podcast Jun 14
Had a great time with Quentin Christensen this week, talking about and the state of screen readers! Look for the episode Friday!
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MSFT Accessibility Jun 8
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The Paciello Group Jun 8
With help from our speakers we're making a donation to on behalf of - why don't you do the same?
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NV Access Jun 9
Thanks so much for your generous support! :)
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