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Project Walrus: it is accomplished... not quite

 

Hello NVDA add-ons community,

As of NVDA alpha snapshot build 21882, NVDA is powered by Project Walrus aka Python 3.8. This marks a milestone in this project in that anyone wanting to provide early feedback can now test Python 3.8 based NVDA. This also means interested add-on authors should start porting their add-ons to Python 3.8, with broader porting to commence once NVDA 2021.1 beta 1 is released.

 

Key changes to be aware of:

 

  • If your add-on uses C extensions (.pyd files), YOU MUST USE Python 3.8 pyd files! Or better, if you wish to support NVDA 2019.3 or later, you must install pyd files for Python 3.7 and 3.8.
  • Unless the situation changes, you can now use asyncio library from add-ons. In theory, this will let you define asynchronous functions more easily.
  • As part of Project Walrus, wxPython was upgraded to 4.1.1. There can be breaking changes, so please test things early.
  • You can now use assignment expressions (:=).

 

Next steps: interested authors should start porting their add-ons. Most add-ons will work out of the box, but there is at least one add-on that will break after installing NVDA alpha snapshot 21882. Between now and NVDA 2021.1 beta 1 release should be considered pre-transition phase, with broader transition to be declared once beta cycle starts.

 

Cheers,

Joseph


Re: I can not unlock my remote computer using "send ctrl+alt+delete" command of nvda remote addon when it locks

Jean-Claude Provost <jc.provost@...>
 

Oh, so I take it you're using NVDA? Then perhaps it's time to look at other remote solutions... or literally ask them permission to take your office computer home, doing as I alluded to in my previous note...

Keep me posted...

Cheers,

Jean-Claude Provost

-----Original Message-----
From: nvda-addons@nvda-addons.groups.io <nvda-addons@nvda-addons.groups.io> On Behalf Of hamidreza abroshan
Sent: Thursday, March 11, 2021 2:18 AM
To: nvda-addons@nvda-addons.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda-addons] I can not unlock my remote computer using "send ctrl+alt+delete" command of nvda remote addon when it locks

Yes, I've done that.
I'm getting stock on lock screen and
nvdaMenu>tools>remote>sendCtrl+alt+delete does not work.
I can hear the voice of nvda and can navigate with navigation menu but can not unlock.
Best.

On 3/11/21, Luke Davis <luke@newanswertech.com> wrote:
Do you have NVDA remote installed in the administrative copy of NVDA,
and set for automatic connect?

Luke

On Wed, 10 Mar 2021, hamidreza abroshan wrote:

I'm connecting to my remote computer at work and they have set a
policy for windows to ask user to press ctrl+alt+delete to unlock the
screen.
When I restart the computer, I can send ctrl+alt+delete and enter my
pass and login, but if I don't work with my computer, it
automatically goes to lock screen and this time, send ctrl+alt+delete does not work.





--
hamidreza


Re: I can not unlock my remote computer using "send ctrl+alt+delete" command of nvda remote addon when it locks

hamidreza abroshan
 

Yes, I've done that.
I'm getting stock on lock screen and
nvdaMenu>tools>remote>sendCtrl+alt+delete does not work.
I can hear the voice of nvda and can navigate with navigation menu but
can not unlock.
Best.

On 3/11/21, Luke Davis <luke@newanswertech.com> wrote:
Do you have NVDA remote installed in the administrative copy of NVDA, and
set
for automatic connect?

Luke

On Wed, 10 Mar 2021, hamidreza abroshan wrote:

I'm connecting to my remote computer at work and they have set a
policy for windows to ask user to press ctrl+alt+delete to unlock the
screen.
When I restart the computer, I can send ctrl+alt+delete and enter my
pass and login, but if I don't work with my computer, it automatically
goes to lock screen and this time, send ctrl+alt+delete does not work.




--
hamidreza


Re: I can not unlock my remote computer using "send ctrl+alt+delete" command of nvda remote addon when it locks

Jean-Claude Provost <jc.provost@...>
 

Hi Hamidreza,

Yeah, I'm stuck with that policy too & it's a drag... & my administrators were a bit paranoid, so they had set it to autolock after one minute of inactivity... Do you know how many time I entered my password in a day, before I was able to change that unreasonable delay?:-) Any ways, although I am indeed working from home, I communicate with the company's environment using VPN, so whatever I have to do, I do it to my computer so things are a bit easier. These days, the security argument is not really as compelling as it used to be. You can use 2FA easily with things like Entrust. You can get your credentials either on your PC or on your phone. It's perfectly secure & would make your life much easier, & it's accessible too so, they should give you the permission to connect in that fashion. But yet again, bureaucrats have a logic that can defy logic itself😊

Not sure what is it you're using to remote in but, I seem to remember that some softwares had something special about ctrl+alt+del. That is, just doing the key sequence would not necessarily send it to the host but kept it local. You had to tell the software that was really your intention to send this critical command to your host. It might be worth looking at the documentation of your remote client... Of course, Google will be a good friend.

HTH,

Cheers,.

If you c

Jean-Claude Provost

-----Original Message-----
From: nvda-addons@nvda-addons.groups.io <nvda-addons@nvda-addons.groups.io> On Behalf Of hamidreza abroshan
Sent: Wednesday, March 10, 2021 10:38 PM
To: nvda-addons@groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda-addons] I can not unlock my remote computer using "send ctrl+alt+delete" command of nvda remote addon when it locks

On 3/10/21, hamidreza abroshan via groups.io <hamidreza.abroshan=gmail.com@groups.io> wrote:
Hi,
I'm connecting to my remote computer at work and they have set a
policy for windows to ask user to press ctrl+alt+delete to unlock the
screen.
When I restart the computer, I can send ctrl+alt+delete and enter my
pass and login, but if I don't work with my computer, it automatically
goes to lock screen and this time, send ctrl+alt+delete does not work.
Thanks in advance.

--
hamidreza






--
hamidreza


Re: I can not unlock my remote computer using "send ctrl+alt+delete" command of nvda remote addon when it locks

Luke Davis
 

Do you have NVDA remote installed in the administrative copy of NVDA, and set for automatic connect?

Luke

On Wed, 10 Mar 2021, hamidreza abroshan wrote:

I'm connecting to my remote computer at work and they have set a
policy for windows to ask user to press ctrl+alt+delete to unlock the
screen.
When I restart the computer, I can send ctrl+alt+delete and enter my
pass and login, but if I don't work with my computer, it automatically
goes to lock screen and this time, send ctrl+alt+delete does not work.


Re: I can not unlock my remote computer using "send ctrl+alt+delete" command of nvda remote addon when it locks

hamidreza abroshan
 

On 3/10/21, hamidreza abroshan via groups.io
<hamidreza.abroshan=gmail.com@groups.io> wrote:
Hi,
I'm connecting to my remote computer at work and they have set a
policy for windows to ask user to press ctrl+alt+delete to unlock the
screen.
When I restart the computer, I can send ctrl+alt+delete and enter my
pass and login, but if I don't work with my computer, it automatically
goes to lock screen and this time, send ctrl+alt+delete does not work.
Thanks in advance.

--
hamidreza






--
hamidreza


Re: Documentation on how to release updates for add-ons

 

Hi,

If talking about publishing add-on updates for public distribution, the following procedure is used:

  1. Authors notify the community of a new release. This can be done either before or after the add-on is ready for public distribution (I tend to announce new add-on releases once they show up on Add-on Updater).
  2. If authors provide download links for releases, a member of the community will send a pull request to add-on files repository maintained by NV Access. This pull request will include information such as add-on author, version, repo, update channel, NVDA compatibility information, and a brief changelog. Apart from the changelog, these are pulled from the add-on's manifest or through Add-ons Manager.
  3. NV access reviews new add-on releases.
  4. Once NV Access approves add-on release pull requests, community add-ons website is then updated. This may involve updating just the add-on files repository or readme as shown on the website.

The above is the procedure as it stands now. Our (community add-ons reviewers and NV Access) hope is that most of these steps will be automated in the future - submitting add-on update notices through a form or an equivalent procedure, verifying add-on information, updating download links and such. The only thing to be done manually is updating the community add-ons website, specifically add-on docs, and authors announcing new releases.

Hope this helps.

Cheers,

Joseph


Re: Documentation on how to release updates for add-ons

Noelia Ruiz
 

Hello, I don't know specific documents for add-on releases. Personally
I use GitHub Actions for convenience. Please see:

https://github.com/nvdaes/clipContentsDesigner

I gave an overview of this at
https://github.com/nvdaaddons/nvdaaddons.github.io/wiki/GitHubActions

But there is no standardized process to release an add-on. This is
just my choice.

Cheers

2021-03-10 12:26 GMT+01:00, mohammad suliman <Mohmad.s93@gmail.com>:

Hello all,

I am wondering if the process of releasing an update for an add-on is
documented somewhere? Haven't found anything about this neither on github
nor on the add-ons community site.

Thanks!
Mohammad






Re: Zoom Accessibility Enhancements version 1.1 release

Noelia Ruiz
 

Hello Mohhamad, Zoom provides a dialog with a tab that contains
controls to enable alerts, but the add-on maybe still useful at least
for English speakers. Anyway, you mey want to provide the link to Zoom
documentation which explains the available options in the alerts
dialog, in case the Zoom messages change also in English. Please see
this webpage:

https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/360048870451-Using-screen-reader-alerts

Thanks

2021-03-10 12:00 GMT+01:00, mohammad suliman <Mohmad.s93@gmail.com>:

Hello Noelia,

Thanks sis for your valuable input!
Regarding translations, yes you are very correct.
Regarding your query about the add-on: to be honest, we started to work on
the add-on before Zoom introduced the option of configuring alerts for
screen readers. However, we decided to keep this functionality in the
add-on because it provides a much more convenient experience to choose
which alerts are reported and which not, especially when the user is in a
meeting. There is something you said that I am not aware of however, are
you saying that Zoom provides keyboard shortcuts for toggling the reporting
of each alert? Or, a keyboard shortcut for toggling the reporting of
alerts all together? I am not aware of any of these to be honest.

Thanks!
Mohammad

On Tue, 9 Mar 2021 at 13:03, Noelia Ruiz <nrm1977@gmail.com> wrote:

Hello, I think it's difficult to translate since translators need to
know the exact message in each language.
Anyway, I'm just starting Zoom at this moment in my job for an event
and I'm seeing that in Zoom, Configuration, there is an option for
screen reader to select the alerts that we want to be notified, as
well for shortcut keys.
@Mohammad, I love your comments about bugs of NVDA in the development
list and I'm interested in your work. So my question is: what benefits
are provided by this add-on if shortcuts and alerts can be selected in
Zoom configuration?
Thanks so much.

2021-03-08 13:28 GMT+01:00, mohammad suliman <Mohmad.s93@gmail.com>:
Sorry for that, but this is my first time releasing an add-on, so I
will
be
happy to get info on how to do this correctly.
I want the updated version to appear on the add-ons community site, and
in
add-on updater also.

Thanks in advance!
Mohammad

On Mon, 8 Mar 2021 at 14:24, mohammad suliman via groups.io
<Mohmad.s93=
gmail.com@groups.io> wrote:

Hello all,

We are pleased to announce the version 1.1 release of the Zoom
Accessibility Enhancements add-on. Here are the release notes:
• Added a chat history dialog where the user can review all chat
messages
sent during the meeting and while the add-on was running. The dialog
can
be
invoked with NVDA + Ctrl + h
• NVDA is able to announce more types of alerts which weren't
previously
announced:
◦ Chat messages alerts when the chat window is closed
◦ The alert of a participant raised his hand while the participants
list
is closed
• The settings panel of the add-on is now a part of the settings
categories following latest recommendations for add-on development
• several bug fixes
• code improvements
An important note:
We tried to implement a a dialog with a list of people who raised
their
hands, but we weren't successful due to Zoom accessibility API
limitations

Here is a link for the github repo:
https://github.com/mohammad-suliman/zoom-enhancements

Thanks,
The Zoom Accessibility Enhancements team















I can not unlock my remote computer using "send ctrl+alt+delete" command of nvda remote addon when it locks

hamidreza abroshan
 

Hi,
I'm connecting to my remote computer at work and they have set a
policy for windows to ask user to press ctrl+alt+delete to unlock the
screen.
When I restart the computer, I can send ctrl+alt+delete and enter my
pass and login, but if I don't work with my computer, it automatically
goes to lock screen and this time, send ctrl+alt+delete does not work.
Thanks in advance.

--
hamidreza


Documentation on how to release updates for add-ons

mohammad suliman
 

Hello all,

I am wondering if the process of releasing an update for an add-on is documented somewhere? Haven't found anything about this neither on github nor on the add-ons community site.

Thanks!
Mohammad


Re: Zoom Accessibility Enhancements version 1.1 release

mohammad suliman
 

Hello Andre,

Thanks a lot for the bug reports! Will be fixed in the next version of the add-on. It seems that we will need to release a minor update to address these important issues.

Thanks again in anyway,
Mohammad

On Wed, 10 Mar 2021 at 00:01, Andre Fisher <andrefisher729@...> wrote:
Hi.

I had posted a bug to your issue tracker. To add to it, though, I believe that the settings panel item should be called Zoom Enhancements, taking off the settings in the name. Also, any reference to it being a settings dialog should be removed from input help or the help file. However, the big issue is the duplicate entries in the settings panel.


Re: Zoom Accessibility Enhancements version 1.1 release

mohammad suliman
 

Hello Bhavya,

Thanks dear for your feedback! Hope you will enjoy the add-on! Feel free to share your experience with us, we are all ears.

Good luck,
Mohammad

On Tue, 9 Mar 2021 at 16:42, Bhavya shah <bhavya.shah125@...> wrote:
Dear Mohammad,

Thanks so much for your work! I am excited to shortly try out some of
these improvements.

Thanks.

On 3/8/21, Ângelo Abrantes <ampa4374@...> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> As the code is, it is impossible to translate it into other languages.
> Could you please make the necessary changes?
>
> Thank you very much.
>
> Ângelo Abrantes
>
>
> Às 12:24 de 08-03-2021, mohammad suliman escreveu:
>> Hello all,
>>
>> We are pleased to announce the version 1.1 release of the Zoom
>> Accessibility Enhancements add-on. Here are the release notes:
>> • Added a chat history dialog where the user can review all chat
>> messages sent during the meeting and while the add-on was running. The
>> dialog can be invoked with NVDA + Ctrl + h
>> • NVDA is able to announce more types of alerts which weren't
>> previously announced:
>> ◦ Chat messages alerts when the chat window is closed
>> ◦ The alert of a participant raised his hand while the participants
>> list is closed
>> • The settings panel of the add-on is now a part of the settings
>> categories following latest recommendations for add-on development
>> • several bug fixes
>> • code improvements
>> An important note:
>> We tried to implement a a dialog with a list of people who raised
>> their hands, but we weren't successful due to Zoom accessibility API
>> limitations
>>
>> Here is a link for the github repo:
>> https://github.com/mohammad-suliman/zoom-enhancements
>> <https://github.com/mohammad-suliman/zoom-enhancements>
>>
>> Thanks,
>> The Zoom Accessibility Enhancements team
>>
>
> --
> Cordiais Cumprimentos
> Ângelo Abrantes, Equipa <Portuguesa do NVDA
>
>
>
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LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bhavyashah125/






Re: Zoom Accessibility Enhancements version 1.1 release

mohammad suliman
 

Hello Ângelo,

Thanks for your reply. As Noelia has stated, translating the add-on is complicated unfortunately. To have the add-on translated properly, the translator should provide the exact text of the different alerts in their language. Any mistake with spacing for example, or capitalization if this exists in a language other than English will break the functionality of the add-on. I have no problem to try to cooperate with a translator to try to do this and evaluate the challenges, if they think that this work will have an added value concerning the add-on with their language.

All the best,
Mohammad

On Mon, 8 Mar 2021 at 14:43, Ângelo Abrantes <ampa4374@...> wrote:

Hi,

As the code is, it is impossible to translate it into other languages.
Could you please make the necessary changes?

Thank you very much.

Ângelo Abrantes


Às 12:24 de 08-03-2021, mohammad suliman escreveu:
Hello all,

We are pleased to announce the version 1.1 release of the Zoom Accessibility Enhancements add-on. Here are the release notes:
• Added a chat history dialog where the user can review all chat messages sent during the meeting and while the add-on was running. The dialog can be invoked with NVDA + Ctrl + h
• NVDA is able to announce more types of alerts which weren't previously announced:
◦ Chat messages alerts when the chat window is closed
◦ The alert of a participant raised his hand while the participants list is closed
• The settings panel of the add-on is now a part of the settings categories following latest recommendations for add-on development
• several bug fixes
• code improvements
An important note:
We tried to implement a a dialog with a list of people who raised their hands, but we weren't successful due to Zoom accessibility API limitations

Here is a link for the github repo:

Thanks,
The Zoom Accessibility Enhancements team
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Ângelo Abrantes, Equipa <Portuguesa do NVDA



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Re: Zoom Accessibility Enhancements version 1.1 release

mohammad suliman
 

Hello Noelia,

Thanks sis for your valuable input!
Regarding translations, yes you are very correct.
Regarding your query about the add-on: to be honest, we started to work on the add-on before Zoom introduced the option of configuring alerts for screen readers. However, we decided to keep this functionality in the add-on because it provides a much more convenient experience to choose which alerts are reported and which not, especially when the user is in a meeting. There is something you said that I am not aware of however, are you saying that Zoom provides keyboard shortcuts for toggling the reporting of each alert? Or, a keyboard shortcut for toggling the reporting of alerts all together? I am not aware of any of these to be honest.

Thanks!
Mohammad

On Tue, 9 Mar 2021 at 13:03, Noelia Ruiz <nrm1977@...> wrote:
Hello, I think it's difficult to translate since translators need to
know the exact message in each language.
Anyway, I'm just starting Zoom at this moment in my job for an event
and I'm seeing that in Zoom, Configuration, there is an option for
screen reader to select the alerts that we want to be notified, as
well for shortcut keys.
@Mohammad, I love your comments about bugs of NVDA in the development
list and I'm interested in your work. So my question is: what benefits
are provided by this add-on if shortcuts and alerts can be selected in
Zoom configuration?
Thanks so much.

2021-03-08 13:28 GMT+01:00, mohammad suliman <Mohmad.s93@...>:
> Sorry for that, but this is my first time releasing an add-on, so I will be
> happy to get info on how to do this correctly.
> I want the updated version to appear on the add-ons community site, and in
> add-on updater also.
>
> Thanks in advance!
> Mohammad
>
> On Mon, 8 Mar 2021 at 14:24, mohammad suliman via groups.io <Mohmad.s93=
> gmail.com@groups.io> wrote:
>
>> Hello all,
>>
>> We are pleased to announce the version 1.1 release of the Zoom
>> Accessibility Enhancements add-on. Here are the release notes:
>> • Added a chat history dialog where the user can review all chat messages
>> sent during the meeting and while the add-on was running. The dialog can
>> be
>> invoked with NVDA + Ctrl + h
>> • NVDA is able to announce more types of alerts which weren't previously
>> announced:
>> ◦ Chat messages alerts when the chat window is closed
>> ◦ The alert of a participant raised his hand while the participants list
>> is closed
>> • The settings panel of the add-on is now a part of the settings
>> categories following latest recommendations for add-on development
>> • several bug fixes
>> • code improvements
>> An important note:
>> We tried to implement a a dialog with a list of people who raised their
>> hands, but we weren't successful due to Zoom accessibility API
>> limitations
>>
>> Here is a link for the github repo:
>> https://github.com/mohammad-suliman/zoom-enhancements
>>
>> Thanks,
>> The Zoom Accessibility Enhancements team
>>
>>
>>
>
>
>
>
>
>






Re: Zoom Accessibility Enhancements version 1.1 release

Andre Fisher
 

Hi.

I had posted a bug to your issue tracker. To add to it, though, I believe that the settings panel item should be called Zoom Enhancements, taking off the settings in the name. Also, any reference to it being a settings dialog should be removed from input help or the help file. However, the big issue is the duplicate entries in the settings panel.


Re: Zoom Accessibility Enhancements version 1.1 release

Bhavya shah
 

Dear Mohammad,

Thanks so much for your work! I am excited to shortly try out some of
these improvements.

Thanks.

On 3/8/21, Ângelo Abrantes <ampa4374@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi,

As the code is, it is impossible to translate it into other languages.
Could you please make the necessary changes?

Thank you very much.

Ângelo Abrantes


Às 12:24 de 08-03-2021, mohammad suliman escreveu:
Hello all,

We are pleased to announce the version 1.1 release of the Zoom
Accessibility Enhancements add-on. Here are the release notes:
• Added a chat history dialog where the user can review all chat
messages sent during the meeting and while the add-on was running. The
dialog can be invoked with NVDA + Ctrl + h
• NVDA is able to announce more types of alerts which weren't
previously announced:
◦ Chat messages alerts when the chat window is closed
◦ The alert of a participant raised his hand while the participants
list is closed
• The settings panel of the add-on is now a part of the settings
categories following latest recommendations for add-on development
• several bug fixes
• code improvements
An important note:
We tried to implement a a dialog with a list of people who raised
their hands, but we weren't successful due to Zoom accessibility API
limitations

Here is a link for the github repo:
https://github.com/mohammad-suliman/zoom-enhancements
<https://github.com/mohammad-suliman/zoom-enhancements>

Thanks,
The Zoom Accessibility Enhancements team
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LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bhavyashah125/


Re: Stacking more than one add-on over the internal module.

Rui Fontes
 

Or maybe it should be included in the add-on devellopment guide, since it is a problem for who is develloping a app module that already have other(s) app modules...


Rui Fontes


Às 16:31 de 08/03/2021, Luke Davis escreveu:

Related Github issue: https://github.com/nvaccess/nvda/issues/9845

If Rui Fontes's solution works for you, it might be a good idea for one of you to post it there as a workaround, for future people looking for this.


On Sun, 7 Mar 2021, Tom Kingston wrote:


I wrote a little add-on for someone who wanted the verbosity in the message window in Outlook cleaned out. I imported the NVDA outlook module and everything
works fine. But he also has the Outlook Extended add-on and that no longer works.

I appreciate any help.



Regards,

Tom








Re: Zoom Accessibility Enhancements version 1.1 release

Noelia Ruiz
 

Hello, I think it's difficult to translate since translators need to
know the exact message in each language.
Anyway, I'm just starting Zoom at this moment in my job for an event
and I'm seeing that in Zoom, Configuration, there is an option for
screen reader to select the alerts that we want to be notified, as
well for shortcut keys.
@Mohammad, I love your comments about bugs of NVDA in the development
list and I'm interested in your work. So my question is: what benefits
are provided by this add-on if shortcuts and alerts can be selected in
Zoom configuration?
Thanks so much.

2021-03-08 13:28 GMT+01:00, mohammad suliman <Mohmad.s93@gmail.com>:

Sorry for that, but this is my first time releasing an add-on, so I will be
happy to get info on how to do this correctly.
I want the updated version to appear on the add-ons community site, and in
add-on updater also.

Thanks in advance!
Mohammad

On Mon, 8 Mar 2021 at 14:24, mohammad suliman via groups.io <Mohmad.s93=
gmail.com@groups.io> wrote:

Hello all,

We are pleased to announce the version 1.1 release of the Zoom
Accessibility Enhancements add-on. Here are the release notes:
• Added a chat history dialog where the user can review all chat messages
sent during the meeting and while the add-on was running. The dialog can
be
invoked with NVDA + Ctrl + h
• NVDA is able to announce more types of alerts which weren't previously
announced:
◦ Chat messages alerts when the chat window is closed
◦ The alert of a participant raised his hand while the participants list
is closed
• The settings panel of the add-on is now a part of the settings
categories following latest recommendations for add-on development
• several bug fixes
• code improvements
An important note:
We tried to implement a a dialog with a list of people who raised their
hands, but we weren't successful due to Zoom accessibility API
limitations

Here is a link for the github repo:
https://github.com/mohammad-suliman/zoom-enhancements

Thanks,
The Zoom Accessibility Enhancements team







Re: #AddonUpdate commandHelper #addonupdate

Michael Tsai
 

Hi,
Just to let you know that I've created a pull request for my updated Chinese translation.

regards,
Michael Tsai

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