Re: NVDA Web Browser Problem
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WINDOWS+B is a Windows command itself, not an NVDA command.
If you open the taskbar settings (easiest way is to open the start menu and start typing "taskbar"), then "Select which icons appear on the taskbar", make sure that "always show all icons in the notification area" is checked then it will ensure that you don't need to look in the notification overflow area to find some.
I think providing access to all notification tray icons even without that setting is the main extra thing that the Jaws setting does?
That being the case, we didn't want to use up a command to duplicate something which could already be achieved with an existing command. As for why Windows chose WINDOWS+B to get to the notification area, I have never figured that out.
On Fri, Feb 24, 2017 at 12:33 PM, Arlene <nedster66@...> wrote:
Oh, okay! Happy learning! NVDA is good. I use both.Jaws and NVDA. Here's