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Thank you for the clarrification. I need to contact
the Disability Advice team later, to help me set up remote, Desktop between my
main PC at home and my laptop, for when I need to travel.
I have just tried to use Quick Assist, with the
same result I reported to the list this mormning.
I have just got home from a very nice meal with a
friend at a local pub. I need to have a couple cups of coffee, before I call
Microsoft at about 11:00 PM, UK time, before I go to bed. I will let you know
how I get on later.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, June 1, 2022 6:07
Subject: Re: Question regarding the
latest update to Quick Assist
Dave. I just spoke with the Microsoft Disability Desk at 10:00 AM, Pacific
Daylight Time. They told me that currently, the Quick Assist app is crashing
for everyone. They told me that an update should be released by tomorrow that
should fix both the crashing problem, and also the inaccessibility issue. I
published a review on the Microsoft Store which delineates the issue, and
states that Microsoft did not verrify that this app is accessible for screen
readers before releasing it.
email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Dave Durber
Sent: Wednesday, June 1, 2022 1:24
Question regarding the latest update to Quick
update on my initial posting!
my systems are presently running the older version of Quick
to yesterday evening, when I opened Quick Assist on each of my computers,
included in the update screen, there was a "Not Yet"
have run Quick Assist on all the systems this morning, the "Not Yet" button,
looks like Microsoft, are forcing users to update Quick Assist, regardless as
to whether they wish to do so or not, even though Microsoft, kno the updated
version of Quisk Assist is floored.
now means, users cannot use the previous version of Quick Assist, if they need
someone have access to there computer
as to whether screen readers users use the previous version of Quick Assist or
the new version, as individuals who are visually impaired, in my opinion, we
are being right royally screwed by the arrogance of