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If the only thing that changed on the system was the monitor and
the Video Drivers, then looks like you've got a incompatibility
issue with either Jaws and those New Drivers, or the Clipboard
Software and those Drivers.
JAWS does have a special ability to intercept Text information
set through most Drivers. And NVDA, I believe, does not have this
ability, and so can't read this text in the normal way text sent
to the screen might be read by a Screen Reader.
Sounds like a very nice monitor, but to check this out better,
uninstall those new drivers, and disconnect the New Monitor.
Install the old Video Drivers, and re-hook up the old Monitor. If
you once again can read everything you need, then looks like
you've got a compatibility issues with those new Drivers.
On 10/15/2020 12:05 PM, Rick Alfaro wrote:
Will attempt to describe this
issue as best I can. I’ve brought this up with JFW support
but no joy there.
This is on a very fast Cyber
Power gaming PC running at 3.9 GHZ with 16GB of memory.
The application exhibiting the issue Clipmate from
ThornSoft development. ClipMate is a clipboard manager.
This app has worked flawlessly for years now but things
changed when I installed a 43 inch 4k monitor to replace a
smaller one I had via and HDMI port provided on my video
After installing the larger
monitor, JFW stopped tracking the program context menus
with the window in a restored state. Maximizing the window
with tracking somewhat for listviews but made no
difference with the context menus. This pretty much has
made the program fairly useless. I’ve tried bringing down
the screen resolution from 2160 to 1080p which was what my
old monitor was set to but it made no difference. I also
updated the video card drivers directly from the OEM’s web
site again with no difference.
If anyone has any other ideas,
I’m all ears and will gratefully give them a try.