By reader add on, do you mean the feature that
removes extraneous material such as blocs of links from articles? There is
nothing directly in Chrome that does that. I tried an add on that does it
awhile ago, but there was an accessibility problem, I don't remember what it was
now and I couldn't use it. others may know of a way to use it or another
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Sent: Monday, November 13, 2017 3:47 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] firefox is now chrome
So does chrome have a reader at on, rather like what you get with
Safari either on a Mac or on the phone? The android version of chrome doesn’t
have that, and it’s a huge disadvantage in my opinion. I’m guessing that the
desktop version either has it built in or at least has an ad
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> On Nov 13, 2017, at 1:03
PM, Shaun Everiss <sm.everiss@...
> Ok guys decided to cut my losses and switched to
> What an experience change.
> Its true I
need to do a bit more configging but just about every file just saves
> And access wize there are accessibility addons.
> For me noscript doesn't come but the rest.
> First https
everywhere, privacy badger and ublock origin exist thats good.
I use download notifier for sounds, and google sound effects tweaked so it
doesn't make sounds for everything I do key typing scroling down pages,
> However its better than the crappy addon I have on
> Its got accessibility features and its fully
configurable, maybe ms should take a leaf out of google's book for their stuff
because headings for everything.
> The only issues I have is when
removing addon extentions I have to hit enter twice as there is a lot of unknown
and the same with adding extentions tab once and hit enter.
also don't care for the top down approach of the google app store.
> However I am fully setup and while it could be better, I do believe
that firefox as it stands is history with me.
> Noscript, well
its not really important right now, everything works as needed.
I do feel sad leaving firefox though.
>> On 14/11/2017 8:51 a.m., Gene wrote:
>> Why do some people
care so much about browser sounds? When a page has finished opening,
you'll know it because the screen-reader automatically starts to read it.
When a page doesn't load for some reason, a lot of the time there is an error
message. When you download a file, you can easily check the estimated time
remaining for the download. I understand the desire to hear a sound when a
download finishes because that will tell you, without you having to check or
without perhaps getting busy with something else and forgetting to check in a
timely manner. But how much of the concern with sounds is just
habit? Maybe people would be surprised if they didn't use browser sounds
for three days as a trial, how quickly almost all of the sounds fade into
insignificance. Even the download finished sound may decrease
significantly in importance.
>> ----- Original Message
>> From: Shaun Everiss
Sent: Monday, November 13, 2017 1:28 PM
>> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
[nvda] firefox sort of fixed
>> Ok, got an addon called download sound this works
for downloads, sadly I
>> don't get when sites open like navigation
sounds, but if anything else
>> the download sound is the important
event sound is a bit loud though.