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I assume NVDA users (on a specific forum) should be invited provided that they are willing to share feedback directly?
Regarding Add-on Updater: version 22.08 is already out. As for responding to this PR, not yet as it is in early stages. Only after the first part gets integrated into NVDA master branch will I do something from Add-on Updater.
firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> On Behalf Of
Thursday, August 4, 2022 5:31 AMTo:
Re: [nvda-addons] Add-on store feature
Please mention this is not ready for a non-developer audience. At this stage local code modifications are required because the API does not yet support unreleased versions of NVDA.
Software Developer - NV Access
On Thu, 4 Aug 2022 at 19:12, Noelia Ruiz <nrm1977@...> wrote:
Thanks. Since you're requesting feedback even via info@...,
easier for people who do not use GitHub, I'll share this in Spanish
(maybe on a website and on a mailing list...), to get more feedback
from users of different languages.
2022-08-04 11:16 GMT+02:00, Shaun Everiss <sm.everiss@...>:
> cool, wow so we will be like android now<grin>
> I have noticed that addons like tony's enhancements have never been
> updated at all to their latest versions even though I did put a request
> to tony for submission ages back.
> And addon updater latest even though it was cued more than a couple
> weeks ago still has not made it into the addon feed.
> On 4/08/2022 8:59 pm, Reef Turner wrote:
>> Hi everyone,
>> We are making our early work on an "in NVDA" add-on store publicly
>> For details please see PR #13985
>> This is still in the early stages, it allows browsing and installing
>> add-ons from the addon-datastore repository
>> In order to have add-ons presented in the NVDA add-on Store,
>> submissions of add-on releases must be made via that repository.
>> We intend to implement the basic use-cases for updating add-ons before
>> this is merged into NVDA and included in a release.
>> The intention is to integrate all features from the add-on manager
>> dialog, into the add-on store dialog, eventually allowing the removal
>> of the add-on manager dialog.
>> Side-loading add-ons will continue to be supported.
>> As this is still early work, there are some known issues, these are
>> listed on the PR.
>> We welcome feedback on this implementation, please do try it out, and
>> supply any feedback directly with NV Access, either on the GitHub pull
>> request or via info@... so that we can rely on receiving it,
>> and address it promptly.
>> Reef (NV Access)