Reported by k_kolev1985 on 2012-03-13 20:50
When I put my Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 32-bit machine in StandBy mode and then wake it up, there's a double talk from NVDA in the Windows logon screen. The first voice is the one set for the logon screen, and the other is from my Windows session. The one from my windows session doesn't read the logon screen itself, but the output from the "nvdaControllerClient32.dll", witch is used by "SkypeTalking". The voice from the Windows session can't be interrupted by pressing the CONTROL key. Is this normal behavior? Using the latest main snapshot.
Comment 1 by jteh on 2012-03-14 02:40
The user desktop copy of NVDA is not currently suspended or made to sleep when a secure desktop is active. This isn't normally a problem, as programs generally don't/can't interact with the user in this case. However, I can see why it is annoying here.
Changed title from "Double NVDA voice in the Windows logon screen" to "Normal user copy of NVDA sometimes speaks when in a secure desktop"