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That's the one thing I like about thunderbird--that you can read
messages offline. That's what I would teach a student to use.
On 4/7/2016 4:41 AM, P. Otter wrote:
hello, and what is your question
with nvda it is very easy to
navigate gmail with firefox.
but why don't you use
it's completely free!
while there is no internet, you
can read the mails offline.
and when there is internet you
can download all mails in a split second.
i think that's in this case the
best solution you can get.
if you want you can correspond in
dutch because i read your name i think you're dutch.
but in that case in a pm only
because this is a english list.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, April 07,
2016 12:40 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda]
Accessibility in Inbox by Gmail - Inbox by Gmail Help
I recently started using Gmail inbox with NVDA and
Mozilla FireFox. It works very well, but for the
purposes of my Internet classes, I teach the students
the old way, because Inbox doesn't work that well with
Internet Explorer, and very few of them will have access
to Internet when they leave the college and even fewer
will be able to download FireFox on their computers
without help. These students are total beginners and
Internet access is limited in South Africa.
If the shortcuts worked in Internet Explorer as well, I
would teach them this way, because it is a lot quicker and
simpler than going through basic HTML view.