Please let us know if you're on Windows or Mac, which screen reader and what
version of Audacity you're using.
If you reinstalled the program, that means you saved the apparently damaged
version of the project?
If as you say the key strokes for navigating a track do not work, that
suggests that there is no track in the project. Can you move the cursor up
and down? If not, press alt-t, n, s to add a new track. That track will be
numbered according to the number of tracks in the project. If there is no
track in the project, the new track will be Track 1. In that case your
project is empty. If the new track has any other number, there are tracks
still in the project. Let's take it from there.
[mailto:audacity4blind-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Diane Scalzi
Sent: Monday, February 12, 2018 2:34 AM
Subject: [audacity4blind] Horrible Problems with Audacity
I am in a lot of trouble with this Audacity I think. I am in a project and
apparently erased most of it. The usual commands for navigating the track
aren't working. I have tried reinstalling the program with no results. I
guess my project is toast, but I'm hopping someone can help me rescue it.