You can go to nvda settings and choose not to use screen layout and I think that should solve the problem.
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One question: did you spend ten minutes exploring nvda settings? I do not think so by your question because one who knows nothing like me has understood it just exploring...
Best and remember to explore the screen reader you are using.
Angela from Italy
P.S Do not take it as personal because I don't know you at all, it is just a suggestion, humble opinion. We want tech support, but we also must be able to help ourselves by exploring things on our own.
Il 24/12/2017 14:46, Morne van der Merwe ha scritto:
I think I've figured the Facebook issue out. The links for messages and profile are next to each other, not underneath each other.
Latest version of Internet Explorer.
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Bhavya shah
Sent: Sunday, 24 December 2017 3:40 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] NVDA, Facebook and Outlook
I use NVDA extensively on m.facebook.com with success. Could you specify the web browser and its version being used at your end while encountering difficulties in accessing your Messages?
On 12/24/17, Morne van der Merwe <email@example.com> wrote:
Hello NVDA family,--
I’m using NVDA with great success. I have 2 questions though.
I’m currently using the mobile site of Facebook on my computer. I find
that my previous screen reader reads more information than nvda on the
mobile site. For example: It is easier with my previous reader to find
the message link, while with NVDA I have to hit enter on a couple of
links in order to get to my messages. Does NVDA work well on the actual Facebook site?
Outlook: I’m using the latest version of Office. Is NVDA capable of
telling you how many unread emails there are? I have folders in
Outlook assigned to specific objects. I have an NVDA folder and
messages related to NVDA goes directly to that folder. With the
previous screen reader I could determine how many unread emails there
are by just arrowing down through the folders.
Is that possible with NVDA?
Thanks for your help in advance.
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