There do not exist official Addons but some private attempts.
I have written my own one but it is without installer. This means that
you have to put the *.py file manually at the appropriate place.
(e.g. at "C:\Users<your name>AppData\Roaming\nvda\appModules\audacity.py")
It has certainly less features than the corresponding JAWS script.
Here are some features:
1. The additional (key) commands can be viewed within the input
gesture dialog of NVDA [NVDA+n,p,n], under "Audacity.
Some do not work because I've got a special build of Audacity and I'll
omit them here.
pressed ones, reports the selected tracks.
twice pressed, reports all muted tracks
pressed three times, reports all tracks that are soloed.
3. Page Up/Down
Jumps 3 tracks up or down.
Reports current audio position, during stop or playback (or recording...).
Reports the selection start
Reports the selection end or says "long" if "Length" is chosen in the
selection tool bar.
Those three commands omit automatically unnecessary zeros and alike,
for instance 02:00:22.300 gives two hours 22.3 seconds. Pressing
those shortcuts quickly two times in succession spells the values.
6. F9 or F10
reports the playback or recording peak respectively.
7. NVDA+volume down/up
extends or contracts the left selection boundary and plays a preview
from this position.
8. NVDA+shift+volume up/down
extends or contracts the right selection boundary and plays a preview
from this position, i.e. a bit of what comes after the selection.
9. Pause (on the keyboard)
key to tap a tempo. A high click means that the measurement has
started. Tap eight or more times to "catch" the tempo. A longer delay
resets the measurement. Use the next key combination to read the
pressed once, announces the measured tempo in beats per minutes, i.e. 128.7.
If you're in the input box of the click track (or rhythm track) of
Audacity's generate menu, this value will automatically inserted.
Pressed twice, announces it in classical tempo description, for
instance "Largo", "Andante" or "Presto"
11. Key for context menu
opens directly on the first item of a track's drop down menu, for
audio tracks, this would be "name". In general, this add-on avoids
unnecessary information such as "Audacity->Panel->Track view->Track
one, when e.g. switching from another application or the tool bars and
speaks just "track one".
I think that covers the main points.
Note: A description of the commands is also available with NVDA's
input help enabled (NVDA+1 toggle).
Tell me if this add-on could be of any help to you or if you would
like to have another feature added.
2016-11-18 23:20 GMT+01:00, Autery <autery@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>:
Is there any Audacity add-ons for NVDA?
If yes, where could I find them?
Thanks in advance!!