Hi, thanks for trying to help!
Unfortunately, that does not work for me
I am using iTunes 12.8 on a Windows 10 desk top computerand
I think the latest NVDA, since Jaws 2019 won’t let me rearrange songs in a
I do a search for all the songs of a particular artist and
select them all and paste them into their own playlist.
However, I then want to rearrange the order of
Now, in the older times, when Jaws would let me, I would
indeed, use “Shift+DownArrow” to select a song and then I could cut or copy
it, but that no longer works for me. I have even tried it with Aira
watching. They could see that nothing would happen when I tried my tried
and formerly true method.
However, when I turned Jaws off and then they used the
exact same command, it would work.
I found, when I switched to NVDA that the Number pad does
not let me move the cursor around. The triangle keys to the left must be used
instead. Under those conditions, I have not figured out how to select
one of the songs so I can move it to a different place in the playlist, since
“Shift+DownArrow” then selects the song below the song I have just heard and
which is the one I want to move.
Can any NVDA people help?
My sincerest thanks for any help in this. I really
miss being able to create playlists as I want them.
<main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of Kerryn Gunness via
Sent: Saturday, June 8, 2019 5:43 PM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Selecting with
what would you like
to do, select files in a list view?
use shift and down
Sent: Saturday, June 8,
2019 5:12 PM
Subject: [TechTalk] Selecting
Hello List, I am bran new to NVDA, but I am trying to use
it with iTunes, since Jaws 2019 will not let me select songs to either put
them in a playlist or rearrange them.
I have had sighted people do what I wanted to do and when
Jaws is not involved, it works just fine and not at all if Jaws is
However, in NVDA I know that I must use the triangle cursor
keys and I haven’t been able to select using them, since “Shift+DownArrow”
selects the next item and not the one just read.
Any suggestions please?
Sincerely, Vicky V