Re: Another NVDA question
Browse mode doesn't apply. It is used in web browsing and reading PDF documents. It is a specific feature that certain browsers and PDF readers support. The JAWS cursor equivalent is what is being asked about.
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You will need NVDA's browse mode to move freely around the screen.
NVDA + space bar toggles between focus mode and browse mode. You can tell you are in browse mode when you hear a high "pip" sound. When you are in focus mode you will hear a dropping "chopping" sound. A good idea is to turn on keyboard help with NVDA +1 Then try NVDA+ space bar and listen to what it describes as you repeat it a few times.
All the best,
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Subject: Re: [nvda] Another NVDA question
NVDA-b reads a dialogue. NVDA-numpad 7 changes review modes, sometimes screen review will read things, sometimes it won't. The next thing to look into, if neither of those work for you, is object navigation.
On 11/6/2017 14:48, Howard Traxler wrote:
> Could someone please tell me--or tell me where in the manual to find:
> Back when I was using jaws, I could turn on the "JAWS Cursor" and look
> all over the screen--or maybe the current window. How can I get that
> effect in NVDA. Many times programs will give me a screen full of
> info and then just let me tab around a two or three button dialog:
> "yes, no, or cancel". I'd sometimes like to read the question before
> I answer it.
> Thanks, anybody.