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What also works best for some icons - depends on the icon - is
just NVDA key + numpad enter for default action.
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On 2017-04-07 04:18, Gene wrote:
There is an add on you can use
the works like the traditional system tray dialog. Or you can
use the following commands:
Double left click is enter.
Single left click is space bar.
Right click is the context menu
You can use first letter
navigation in the system tray to move to the icon you want.
You can move from icon to icon
with the left and right arrow keys. I'm not sure if the up
and down arrows move you properly through the system tray.
You can experiment if you want.
Sent: Thursday, April 06, 2017 7:15 PM
Subject: [nvda] NVDA and the system tray
Running win 10. How do you with NVDA activate a button that is
in the system tray?