Re: Process to make an NVDA app-specific addon for a web-based application
Julie Stoltz <jstoltz@...>
Thank you Nolea for the example. It will likely help me a great deal.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
Thank you Luke for the suggestions. I was wondering if I could simply create an addon for IE, but have it verify the URL before it does anything. But your idea to make it a globalPlugin the user can turn on/off is very promising. I wonder if I did it this way if I could get it to turn itself on and off as the user moves between apps or browser tabs, so that it effectively activates and deactivates itself?
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Sent: Wednesday, June 17, 2020 4:50 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda-devel] Process to make an NVDA app-specific addon for a web-based application
I like Nolea's elegant solution for this problem.
Another, quicker and dirtier solution, would probably be to make your add-on a globalPlugin, and have it activated and deactivated by key combination.
You may be able to code something using profiles, to detect that it only runs in the right context.
On Wed, 17 Jun 2020, Julie Stoltz wrote:
Thank you for the information. Your suggestion is actually in the