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Unfortunately, the level of accessibility of QT programs is very
For example, while I can use VLC very accessible, I cannot use the
application built with another qt5.
I can not understand why this is due.
Sometimes one of the programs in the same version is accessible
while the other is not.
QT is a very popular library.
I hate not being able to use most programs.
I hope there is something NVDA can do about this.
On 17/05/2020 10:36, Alberto Buffolino
main question: is there a qtaccessiblewidgets4.dll publicly
available and redistributable?
Explanation: in these years I have encountered many programs with
QT4 GUI - the old Calibre, SPFlashTool (familiar to Android
modders), Lightscreen, Lazesoft Recovery Suite, and others that I
forgot - for which putting that DLL in a folder called
"accessible" in their main path magically turns them from
completely inaccessible to at least usable... but I got this DLL
from an old Kindle for PC installation, so it obviously signed by
Amazon LLc, that sounds very bad for my previous question. 😅
If there is a way to compile a generic version, I'm thinking,
maybe we could make an add-on for this situation, or even include
it in NVDA directly, like which was done for JAB...
I know that with QT5 the situation is better, but in my experience
QT4 is still largely present and, unfortunately, often in software
Just a thought...
I’m student and programmer. I write often Python, sometimes
Go and rarely C++.
I can understand Turkish and English.