But in other screen-readers, we don't have to quit anyone (the installer or screenreader).
Thank you. James Teh wrote:
On 7/10/2009 1:30 AM, Jitendra wrote:These installers seem to do something a bit strange with regard to detecting screen readers. I don't quite know how it works, but I've noticed that if I quit the installer, restart NVDA and then load the installer again, those menus start reading. Also, you see the current status of the item in the tree. I suspect they only enable accessibility if the screen reader flag is set or some such, but don't understand why it is getting disabled in the first place.Hello, subject says it all, but is it a bug, I was installing ms office, pressed space, a menu came, nvda did not read anything, I turned JAWS on, it read things like "this feature will be unavailable, installed on local hard-drive", things like that. now what?Jamie
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