The fog thickens, I'm sorry to say.
On 7/29/2018 1:06 AM, Doug Lee wrote:
Microsoft recently started officially supporting Skype 8 on Windows 10, and it sounds from your messages like you are actually running Skype 8.Yes, 8.25 UWP to be exact.
So you have two choices: Get the Skype 8 JAWS and/or NVDA support as described and
use that, or grab and use Skype UWP from the Store and get the described support for JAWS and/or NVDA for that app.But ... but ... I hate to sound so stupid, but there's obviously something I'm not getting here. Skype 8 from the MS Store is different than some other Skype 8? And if your site says the NVDA add-on is for versions of Windows less than 10, and I'm running Windows 10, how is that the right thing to do? Ditto the Electron application stuff?
I think Microsoft will continue to support Skype UWP for a while though I would like confirmation of their