Re: Accessing toolbars in Firefox.


That allows you to show or hide certain tool bars but those aren't the ones being discussed.  There are tool bars you can't get to with f6.  I haven't found any way to get to them except by using object navigation with review keys or by causing NVDA to read all the objects and stopping reading where I want to be.  that stops you in the object or around the object you want to work in if you stop it quickly when you hear where you want to be.  Then you use object navigation and screen review to work with or move to and work with the item.  Someone may know of a way to move to the tool bars but I don't.

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, October 18, 2017 7:52 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Accessing toolbars in Firefox.

To access the Toolbar in Firefox press Alt V for view, in the menu bar
where the toolbar is located.

Robert Mendoza

On 10/19/2017 8:41 AM, John Isige wrote:
> Hey all. I swear there's a way to do this, but I can't remember it and
> I can't find it, either in the NVDA user guide or via google.
> How do you access toolbars in Firefox? With object navigation I can
> sort of get to one, but I only see a couple of buttons, e.g.
> "scribefire", which is something like 25 of 37. I can't see how to get
> to the rest of the buttons even with object nav, just the three or
> four that show up. I swear there was some sort of key you hit that
> toggled you into the toolbar so you could move through it and another
> way to move between them. Or maybe I'm thinking of something else or
> just hallucinating. Wouldn't surprise me, everybody else gets unicorns
> and dinosaurs and pink elephants and stuff, and I get access keys!

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