I have a related question. I note that there is a full install version and a portable version of Audacity. I have noted that many programs have both a full install and a portable version. So I conclude that there must be some advantage of the full install over the portable version of a program. If this is correct, just what is the advantage specifically in the case of Audacity?

Don Roberts

----- Original Message ----- From: "David Bailes" <drbai...@gmail.com>
To: "pc-audio" <pc-audio@pc-audio.org>
Sent: Friday, November 3, 2017 1:22 AM
Subject: Audacity 2.2.0 has been released

For a summary of new features see:

One of the new features is that clips are now accessible for users of
screen readers.

For Windows users, these are the direct links for Audacity 2.2.0:
1. The Installer version:
2. The portable version:

I've updated by Jaws guide to Audacity for version 2.2.0, and it's
available here:

As previously, nearly all of this guide is also applicable to users of NVDA
and Window-Eyes.

Unfortunately, there is not a version of Audacity 2.2.0 which is usefully
accessible with VoiceOver on Macs. The most recent accessible version on
Macs is still the screen reader version of Audacity 2.1.1:


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