Re: display in a folder listing
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Your view settings have changed, so try the following:
1. Open your Downloads folder and make sure nothing is selected.
If you want to be sure nothing is selected, when you open a folder, or if you are already working in a folder, press home, then use, control + spacebar, to unselect what you have selected by pressing the, Home, key.
2. Open the context menu by pressing your applications key or the keystroke, Shift + F10.
3. Down arrow to the, Group by submenu, and press enter or press the right arrow to open, navigate to, None, and press enter.
Note: Pressing enter will choose the None option and take you out of the context menu.
4. Again make sure nothing is selected, open the context menu, and on the, View submenu, open it and press enter on, List.
Note: Pressing enter will choose the List option and take you out of the context menu.
5. Again make sure nothing is selected, open the context menu, navigate to the, Sort by submenu, open it, and press enter on, Name.
You should now be done.
Note: Use the same steps in File Explorer if those View settings are not the way you want them.
Stay safe and take care. Mike.
----- Original Message -----
From: Howard Traxler
Sent: Tuesday, March 23, 2021 12:34 PM
Subject: [TechTalk] display in a folder listing
I'm using windows 10, quite recent, NVDA current, Chrome. All of a
sudden, when I open my downloads folder, I get a message about today,
yesterday, earlier this week, earlier this month, last month, etc. When
I do a read line, it doesn't seem to be there. I really don't need this
extra chatter. What did I do to make it show up; and how can I get rid
of it? Anybody else experience this thing?