Ah... looks like it's not the page that's 'refreshing' every time, it's part of the content that's changed. Since some of those changes can be needed on the same site (like adding somethingh to the cart feedback), it would probably mean trying to stop timer events. Not sure how hard that'd be, but probably all but trivial.
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Le 26/03/2016 21:47, Kevin Chao a écrit :
On Sat, Mar 26, 2016 at 1:43 PM Mallard <firstname.lastname@example.org
The issue exists, because there are forums discussing it for devs. They
call the thing "Carousels" or "slideshows", or something else that I
can't remember now.
I provided an example of a site
But I'm afraid you ahve to log in with username and password to see that
particular area of the sit.
Actually, "that particular area" is supposed to be in the Accessible
section of the site, and it's the whole Supermarket area...
Firefox 45.0.1, Latest NvDA Next Snapshot, Espeak, Freedom Scientific's
pm 40 3.70 braille display.
Il 26/03/2016 20:36, Lino Morales ha scritto:
> Kevin here is one. If any of you are fans of Rick Dees and the Weekly
> Top 40 his site refreshes a lot.
> www.rick.com <http://www.rick.com>
> On 3/26/2016 3:34 PM, Kevin Chao wrote:
>> Can someone please provide examples of thes type of sites?
>> On Sat, Mar 26, 2016 at 12:30 PM Arno Schuh
>> Am Samstag, 26. März 2016 17:40 schrieb Gene
>> > Are you referring to the setting concerning metarefresh in
>> > Explorer?
>> That's the option. But it is pretty cumbersome to activate and
>> this option anytime you came across such a site.
>> In Cobra you simply press letter s to freeze the site, and
>> letter s again to set it free again.
>> And of course it is no solution to keep the metarefresh option
>> because if so some sites don't work properly; i. e. you
>> in some
>> site, can't select list items in a list etc.
>> So a simple feature like in Cobra would be pretty helpful when
>> you came
>> across such a site.
>> Yours sincerely