Frequently Asked Questions

NVDA | Is a screen reader installed?

Non-Visual Desktop Access (NVDA) is a free and open source screen reader for the Microsoft Windows operating system. It provides feedback via synthetic speech and Braille, enabling blind or vision impaired people to access computers running Windows. 

To activate on non GoGo APNK public computers

Keyboard shortcut  Control Alt N 

or

  • Double click the shortcut on the Desktop

To quit use keyboard shortcut  Insert Q

 

On GoGo APNK public computers the Control Alt N shortcut currently does not work - this is a problem with Windows 7 shortcuts when applications (PC Reservation GoGo software in this case) runs in "kiosk" mode. Until a workaround is devised please ask staff to start your GoGo session and activate NVDA from the desktop shortcut.

 

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