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This is something that has interested me for some time now. How do you
set this up?
On 8/2/2017 10:12 AM, Pascal Lambert wrote:
I have given up on using IE11 where I had all my RSS set up as the browser is basically unusable with NVDA. I opened IE11 this morning to add a company to my RSS feed, and it stuttered and went silent. I had to restart my computer. Please any help on setting up RSS feed with Firefox or Edge for that matter is greatly appreciated.
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Subject: Re: [nvda] Thunderbird Add On To Allow First Letter Navigation For Folders
Pity they don't do one that changes the key allocations to be more like outlook express or one that adds identities so one can keep folder trees from getting to look like spaghetti!
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From: "Ron Canazzi" <aa2vm@...>
Sent: Wednesday, August 02, 2017 6:29 AM
Subject: [nvda] Thunderbird Add On To Allow First Letter Navigation For Folders
I got this referenced from another list.
There is an add on that allows folder navigation by typing the first
letter and it is called 'quick key folder navigation.' The
description says you have to type the first 3 letters, but if you only
have one folder that begins with the letter key you press, then you
will move right to the folder with just the first key press. I have
installed this and it works great. This restores one of the favorite
features for screen reader users that existed in the venerable and now largely defunct Outlook Express.
Using Thunderbird, it is easy to install this add on. Just click
tools/add on manager/search for add on. Type in quick folder key
navigation, press enter, then tab to the list of results, highlight
the add on, right click and choose install. Then follow the prompts.
There is no need to browse the Mozilla website for the add on.
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