Author: 野々垣美名子 (Minako Nonogaki) Description: Demonstration of the low cost braille display Orbit Reader with NVDA.
Author: Deborah Armstrong Description: Come learn about various topics to help you fully utilize NVDA in an international setting. Topics include: Changing to an international keyboard Setting up Windows one-core (A multilingual, free, high quality speech synthesizer for windows ten) for different languages Using the SwitchSynth and the Braille Extender add-ons to assist in language […]
Author: joseph lee Description: Since 2012, community add-ons by various NVDA contributors have made the difference in making NVDA what it is today. By adding new features, making apps usable, and bringing favorite speech synthesizers to NVDA community, these add-ons allowed NVDA to go everywhere. As one of the celebrated contributors to NVDA screen reader, […]
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Opening forums, a place to talk to other NVDA users The opening forum is a place for NVDA users to chat among themselves. This session simply allows users to speak with other users about NVDA in a free form style. Questions are welcome, answers are offered, and we encourage the NVDA community to have fun […]
The closing forum aims to bring all users, developers and presenters one last time together to reflect all new ideas and thoughts gained throughout the conference. It is the forum where you can give feedback to NVDACon organizers and suggest improvements we should consider for next years NVDACon.
Description Once a year at NVDACon, NV Access assembles in front of the community to offer a keynote.This year presents the largest changes to the NVDA development landscape the project has ever seen, and thus NVDACon once again welcomes NV Access to the stage to talk about what this means for the project, and new […]
Author: James teh Description Come learn about improvements and new accessibility features in the Mozilla firefox browser.
Author: Tony Malykh Description: NVDA has a great ecosystem of add-ons that can enhance your productivity. Tony Malykh will present his *Nav and other add-ons, that will allow you to turbocharge your screenreader! These add-ons contain features that can ease web browsing experience, working with text, writing code as well as many other small improvements. […]
Author: Sukil Etxenike Description: Demonstrates how we can read phonetic symbols by using the Char Info addon, and how to add them to the punctuation / symbols dictionary. That way, synthesizers which don’t support them can speak them when they occur. Additionally, a discussion about a method to create syntax trees in Microsoft Excel in […]