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Thanks very much david for your help.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of David Griffith
Sent: 02 November 2017 14:49
Subject: Re: [nvda] question
The pass through key is most often used when a web page or an application wants access to keystrokes which the Screenreader would normally reserve for itself.
The clearest example I can think of is YouTube where pressing K without a screenreader running will pause the video, J will skip back and L will skip forward.
If you want to access these keys function with a screenreader running you need to execute the pass through command first which will mean that the screenreader will ignore the keystroke and pass it straight through to the web page. So with NVDA running on YouTube use the pass through key command and then pressing K should pause the Video.
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Can somebody explain to me the exact use of the below info please?
Pass next key through
Thanks in advance
I think the tutorial I read was a different one. It was the one about basics of the DC reader with NVDA, not specifically about large documents. I’ll have to look at yours as well. Thanks.
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