Audacity 2.1.3 from installer, Windows 10 creators update.
After starting audacity, I cannot open the file dialogs. e.g. file->open, or ctrl+o give no result. So I tried opening audacity by selecting the audoi file in windows explorer and choosing audacity as the application. This went fine, until the moment I wanted to save the project. The file dialog didn’t show here either.
Previously I had no issue here, so it may be the new windows 10…?
Another thing you could try is right-click over audacity.exe wherever it is installed, choose Properties then click the “Compatibility” tab. Change the compatibility setting or try running the “Compatibility Troubleshooter”.
It looks as if someone else already filed a report in the feedback hub of Microsoft Windows. I orriginally had this issue with 2.1.X and therefore updated to 2.1.3, after which it was temporarily fixed. I only have the Microsoft defender installed, so no other security software. I also tried reinstalling, including resetting the prefixesincluding all kinds of compatibility settings, with no success unfortunately. I hope either the team or Microsoft will find a solution.
Yesterday I redceived an update to the Windows 10 insider build, that fixed the issue. The file dialog now opens again, and even stranger, it is now accessible again using screen reader. The previous time the dialog file names were just displayed as list item x of y.
Sorry I didn’t reply earlier. I somehow thought I would be notified if something in this discussion would happen.