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Welcome to the NVDA Community Add-ons website - Add-ons documentation #feed


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Add-ons documentation



Informations

  • Authors: Rui Fontes, Zougane, Remy, Abdel and colaboration of, among others, Ângelo Abrantes and James Scholes
  • Updated in 30/04/2019
  • Download stable version
  • Compatibility: NVDA 2017.2 to 2019.2

Presentation

This add-on provides a quick way to access documentation for the add-ons you have installed. It creates, in the NVDA Help menu, two sub-menus. One, called "Running add-ons documentation", groups the documentation for each add-on and make available a list of commands for all running add-ons, with a table for each add-on. Other sub-menu called "Disabled add-ons documentation", lists the disabled add-ons, giving access to its documentation. Please, remember that the Synth and Braille drivers add-ons will not appear in any of the above categories. Note that you also can access the add-ons documentation through the Add-ons manager in NVDA, Tools menu. Here you have also the information about the state of an add-on. Also remember that you can access the NVDA and add-ons commands in the Input gestures dialog. However, in this dialog the add-ons commands are not grouped and you can not find a command containing "windows", by instance...

Changes

Version 2.0

  • Now, the add-on creates two menus in the NVDA Help menu.
  • The "Running add-ons documentation" menu, have one more option to display the "List of commands for running add-ons", containing the commands for each add-on in a table.
  • The "Disabled add-ons documentation" menu only group the disabled add-ons with documentation files.
  • Note that Synth and Braille drivers add-ons never are listed in the above menus.
  • The add-ons are now represented by their summary and not by their name.
  • Some improvements in the code.

Version 1.2

  • Small errors corrected;
  • Name of submenu not imported from add-on summary;
  • Force documentation to open in default browser, if possible in a new window.

Version 1.1

  • Compatibility with Python 3;
  • New way to add submenus;
  • Changed the name of the menu itens to the summary addon to have the name of the menus in the language of the interface, when possible.

Version 1.0

  • Initial release of Zougane, Remy and Abdel updated to be compatible with NVDA 2019.1.


 

Hmmm sounds good,  v1.2 is the only stable to download however will it be part of nvda addons site.

To be honest, I reccon it should be a core feature to be able to read addons documentation in the menu with the userguide and other help info.



On 10/05/2019 4:09 PM, nvda-addons@nvda-addons.groups.io Integration wrote:

Add-ons documentation



Informations

  • Authors: Rui Fontes, Zougane, Remy, Abdel and colaboration of, among others, Ângelo Abrantes and James Scholes
  • Updated in 30/04/2019
  • Download stable version
  • Compatibility: NVDA 2017.2 to 2019.2

Presentation

This add-on provides a quick way to access documentation for the add-ons you have installed. It creates, in the NVDA Help menu, two sub-menus. One, called "Running add-ons documentation", groups the documentation for each add-on and make available a list of commands for all running add-ons, with a table for each add-on. Other sub-menu called "Disabled add-ons documentation", lists the disabled add-ons, giving access to its documentation. Please, remember that the Synth and Braille drivers add-ons will not appear in any of the above categories. Note that you also can access the add-ons documentation through the Add-ons manager in NVDA, Tools menu. Here you have also the information about the state of an add-on. Also remember that you can access the NVDA and add-ons commands in the Input gestures dialog. However, in this dialog the add-ons commands are not grouped and you can not find a command containing "windows", by instance...

Changes

Version 2.0

  • Now, the add-on creates two menus in the NVDA Help menu.
  • The "Running add-ons documentation" menu, have one more option to display the "List of commands for running add-ons", containing the commands for each add-on in a table.
  • The "Disabled add-ons documentation" menu only group the disabled add-ons with documentation files.
  • Note that Synth and Braille drivers add-ons never are listed in the above menus.
  • The add-ons are now represented by their summary and not by their name.
  • Some improvements in the code.

Version 1.2

  • Small errors corrected;
  • Name of submenu not imported from add-on summary;
  • Force documentation to open in default browser, if possible in a new window.

Version 1.1

  • Compatibility with Python 3;
  • New way to add submenus;
  • Changed the name of the menu itens to the summary addon to have the name of the menus in the language of the interface, when possible.

Version 1.0

  • Initial release of Zougane, Remy and Abdel updated to be compatible with NVDA 2019.1.


Brian's Mail list account
 

Yes, its going to be important when Python 3 comes along as people will need to find the author of the disabled add ons they use but no longer work.
Brian

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From: "Shaun Everiss" <@smeveriss>
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Sent: Friday, May 10, 2019 5:16 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda-addons] Welcome to the NVDA Community Add-ons website - Add-ons documentation #feed


Hmmm sounds good, v1.2 is the only stable to download however will it
be part of nvda addons site.

To be honest, I reccon it should be a core feature to be able to read
addons documentation in the menu with the userguide and other help info.



On 10/05/2019 4:09 PM, nvda-addons@nvda-addons.groups.io Integration wrote:


Add-ons documentation
<http://addons.nvda-project.org/addons/addonsHelp.en.html>




Informations

* Authors: Rui Fontes, Zougane, Remy, Abdel and colaboration of,
among others, Ângelo Abrantes and James Scholes
* Updated in 30/04/2019
* Download stable version
<https://github.com/ruifontes/addonsHelp/releases/download/1.2/addonsHelp-1.2.nvda-addon>
* Compatibility: NVDA 2017.2 to 2019.2


Presentation

This add-on provides a quick way to access documentation for the
add-ons you have installed. It creates, in the NVDA Help menu, two
sub-menus. One, called "Running add-ons documentation", groups the
documentation for each add-on and make available a list of commands
for all running add-ons, with a table for each add-on. Other sub-menu
called "Disabled add-ons documentation", lists the disabled add-ons,
giving access to its documentation. Please, remember that the Synth
and Braille drivers add-ons will not appear in any of the above
categories. Note that you also can access the add-ons documentation
through the Add-ons manager in NVDA, Tools menu. Here you have also
the information about the state of an add-on. Also remember that you
can access the NVDA and add-ons commands in the Input gestures dialog.
However, in this dialog the add-ons commands are not grouped and you
can not find a command containing "windows", by instance...


Changes


Version 2.0

* Now, the add-on creates two menus in the NVDA Help menu.
* The "Running add-ons documentation" menu, have one more option to
display the "List of commands for running add-ons", containing the
commands for each add-on in a table.
* The "Disabled add-ons documentation" menu only group the disabled
add-ons with documentation files.
* Note that Synth and Braille drivers add-ons never are listed in
the above menus.
* The add-ons are now represented by their summary and not by their
name.
* Some improvements in the code.


Version 1.2

* Small errors corrected;
* Name of submenu not imported from add-on summary;
* Force documentation to open in default browser, if possible in a
new window.


Version 1.1

* Compatibility with Python 3;
* New way to add submenus;
* Changed the name of the menu itens to the summary addon to have
the name of the menus in the language of the interface, when possible.


Version 1.0

* Initial release of Zougane, Remy and Abdel updated to be
compatible with NVDA 2019.1.



Rui Fontes
 

@Brian, this add-on is a proof of the advantage of free code...
Originaly it was develloped by Abdel, to teach how to insert sub-menus in NVDA menu...
I found it interessant and usefull, so I updated it and, with the help of comunity, specially Abdel and James, included more functionalities...

@Shaun, within my capabilities, and with the community help, I intend to colaborate in the task of updating all relevant add-ons...

Rui Fontes




Às 08:06 de 10/05/2019, Brian's Mail list account via Groups.Io escreveu:

Yes, its going to be important when Python 3 comes along as people will need to find the author of the disabled add ons they use but no longer work.
Brian
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Sent via blueyonder.
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----- Original Message ----- From: "Shaun Everiss" <@smeveriss>
To: <nvda-addons@nvda-addons.groups.io>
Sent: Friday, May 10, 2019 5:16 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda-addons] Welcome to the NVDA Community Add-ons website - Add-ons documentation #feed

Hmmm sounds good, v1.2 is the only stable to download however will it
be part of nvda addons site.

To be honest, I reccon it should be a core feature to be able to read
addons documentation in the menu with the userguide and other help info.



On 10/05/2019 4:09 PM, nvda-addons@nvda-addons.groups.io Integration wrote:


      Add-ons documentation
      <http://addons.nvda-project.org/addons/addonsHelp.en.html>




    Informations

  * Authors: Rui Fontes, Zougane, Remy, Abdel and colaboration of,
    among others, Ângelo Abrantes and James Scholes
  * Updated in 30/04/2019
  * Download stable version

<https://github.com/ruifontes/addonsHelp/releases/download/1.2/addonsHelp-1.2.nvda-addon>
  * Compatibility: NVDA 2017.2 to 2019.2


    Presentation

This add-on provides a quick way to access documentation for the
add-ons you have installed. It creates, in the NVDA Help menu, two
sub-menus. One, called "Running add-ons documentation", groups the
documentation for each add-on and make available a list of commands
for all running add-ons, with a table for each add-on. Other sub-menu
called "Disabled add-ons documentation", lists the disabled add-ons,
giving access to its documentation. Please, remember that the Synth
and Braille drivers add-ons will not appear in any of the above
categories. Note that you also can access the add-ons documentation
through the Add-ons manager in NVDA, Tools menu. Here you have also
the information about the state of an add-on. Also remember that you
can access the NVDA and add-ons commands in the Input gestures dialog.
However, in this dialog the add-ons commands are not grouped and you
can not find a command containing "windows", by instance...


    Changes


      Version 2.0

  * Now, the add-on creates two menus in the NVDA Help menu.
  * The "Running add-ons documentation" menu, have one more option to
    display the "List of commands for running add-ons", containing the
    commands for each add-on in a table.
  * The "Disabled add-ons documentation" menu only group the disabled
    add-ons with documentation files.
  * Note that Synth and Braille drivers add-ons never are listed in
    the above menus.
  * The add-ons are now represented by their summary and not by their
    name.
  * Some improvements in the code.


      Version 1.2

  * Small errors corrected;
  * Name of submenu not imported from add-on summary;
  * Force documentation to open in default browser, if possible in a
    new window.


      Version 1.1

  * Compatibility with Python 3;
  * New way to add submenus;
  * Changed the name of the menu itens to the summary addon to have
    the name of the menus in the language of the interface, when possible.


      Version 1.0

  * Initial release of Zougane, Remy and Abdel updated to be
    compatible with NVDA 2019.1.