Hi NVDA will work out of the box with google chrome.
I do have a tutorial on the basics of google chrome going
through a few of the settings i think is both written and audio
tutorial that can be found at
When you get there you will need to jump down by headings to a
section called how to navigate google chrome with nvda.
It does not cover about not displaying images as most people
want to see them if they are sighted.
You can jump through the settings menu when it is open by
headings to the different sections or arrow through the
sections. You might have to change between browse mode and focus
mode for some sections.
Any how if you do want to turn them off you will need to go to
the following section when google chrome is open.
Press the alt key until the file menu comes up then go to
settings, then press the enter key.
Next go to advanced settings it is right down the bottom of the
page then press the enter key.
When the new pages opens you will need to look for a heading
called privacy. Just under it will be a button called content
settings. Press the enter key or space bar on it. When it opens
Under this section you can also jump down by headings locate one
called images and just underneath it is a check box that says do
not show any images make sure that one is checked and not the
one that says show them.
Then close out of google chrome and the new settings will take
if needed i can add that to the written part of the google
tutorial in the next few days for later reference for any one
who wants to do it.
On 7/03/2017 7:20 AM, Gene wrote:
Setting images not to be
displayed is a good idea. Images are one way in which
malware may be spread. Someone may present a link with a
tutorial about how to work with Chrome settings. The Chrome
interface is different from Internet Explorer or Firefox.
But in terms of using it when you first get it, turning off
images is the only setting I would say to change for safety.
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Sent: Monday, March 06, 2017 11:51 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] NVDA and google chrome
I don't use anything other than the default settings, and
NVDA and chrome work just fine.
On 3/6/2017 11:53 AM, Armando
So I've heard of people using NVDA and google chrome. If i
were to switch, what are the optimal configuration settings
I shall set so I can use this properly? Is there an add-on
for chrome? Any tips would grately be appreciated, thanks.
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