blindgeek1989 at gmail.com
Wed Apr 12 19:24:15 UTC 2017
Again this depends on what you had the key Matt too. It could be the insert key on a ring for keyboard or it could be the caps lucky your choice. I am not sure what you were going to do if you have it as the answer key with the laptop because sometimes you have to press a couple buttons to get that key to even activate as it is hidden under a function layer.
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> On Apr 12, 2017, at 9:49 AM, Christopher O'meally via NABS-L <nabs-l at nfbnet.org> wrote:
> that would be your insert or caps lock key if you have an insert.
>> On 4/12/17, Jessica Dail via NABS-L <nabs-l at nfbnet.org> wrote:
>> To get to the NVDA menu, use “insert N”
>> You can also have NVDA use “capslock” as an NVDA modifier, which I find much
>> Let me know if you have any other questions.
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>> From: Ian Perrault via NABS-L
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>> Subject: [nabs-l] NVDA
>> I just installed NVDA. How do I get to the NVDA menu? In the User Guide, it
>> says press the NVDA key and N. On a laptop, what is the NVDA key?
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