> Begin forwarded message:
> From: Steve Matzura <number6...@gmail.com>
> Subject: Re: My first encounter with the Avid Update Manager
> Date: March 11, 2018 at 1:01:24 PM EDT
> To: Slau Halatyn <slauhala...@gmail.com>
> I just re-read this message, and while it didn't quite make sense to me
> the first time, a day later it did, I tried it, and it worked perfectly. So,
> Windows users aren't the only ones who suffer from screenreaders speaking
> things sighted users can't see until they, the sighted users, actually cause
> the screen to refresh by scrolling to them. Interesting.
> On 3/9/2018 11:51 AM, Slau Halatyn wrote:
>> I've done a couple of demonstrations on the WhatsApp group but those haven't
>> been sorted yet. The thing to remember is that you need to click with the
>> mouse rather than just VO Space. The tabs are oriented up and down along the
>> left side. Also, when going through a tab like plug-ins, where there might
>> be dozens of items, VoiceOver will see the entire list but what's actually
>> scrolled into view may be entirely different so, if clicking on an item
>> doesn't yield the expected result, you usually have to page down once or
>> twice or however many times based on the number of products you might have.
>> That's it in a very small nutshell. Every so often, upon launching the
>> Application Manager, you'll have to log in. Move to the first edit field and
>> turn off VoiceOver. Enter the user name, press tab and then enter your
>> password and press Return. Turn on VoiceOver again and you should be logged
>> in. If you see your email address in the window, you're successfully logged
>>> On Mar 9, 2018, at 11:21 AM, Steve Matzura <number6...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Is this not accessible with VoiceOver? I mean, I could read the screen
>>> sort-of mostly, but it took assistance via TeamViewer to get any controls
>>> to activate. The dialog for signing into the Avid master account was OK
>>> once focus was brought there, but after that, nothing worked without
>>> assistance. I even tried to get VOCR to help, but I don't think it's set up
>>> correctly because it didn't do anything for me. Should I have done
>>> something else?
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