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Input Gestures window shows the name of the last braille display, not the originally defined one #8108

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DrSooom opened this Issue Mar 21, 2018 · 0 comments

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DrSooom commented Mar 21, 2018

In the "gestures.ini" the braille hotkeys are of course labelled correctly, but the Input Gestures window shows the name of the last set/connected braille display with NVDA. I have set many BAUM hotkeys but after connecting the ALVA BC680 to NVDA all BAUM hotkeys are now labelled as hotkeys for this new ALVA braille display in the GUI.

Example from the German GUI:
"Pfeiltaste nach links

  • d2+d3+routing (Optelec ALVA 6-Serien/Protokoll-Konverter)
  • d2+d4+d6 (Optelec ALVA 6-Serien/Protokoll-Konverter)
  • spleft (Optelec ALVA 6-Serien/Protokoll-Konverter)"

Expected solution:
"Pfeiltaste nach links

  • d2+d3+routing (Baum / HumanWare / APH / Orbit Braillezeilen)
  • d2+d4+d6 (Baum / HumanWare / APH / Orbit Braillezeilen)
  • spleft (Optelec ALVA 6-Serien/Protokoll-Konverter)"

The source for the variable (braille display) should be read from the "gestures.ini" file, not from the braille display which was connected/set to NVDA at last..

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