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The network icon in the sys tray does this:
go to the sys tray
arrow to the network icon
wait for it
it opens up or flys out of accessibility.
not navigable using tab or arrow keys
might be able to use the mouse
not sure haven't tried just hid the darn thing.
On 5/13/2016 7:34 AM, Ron Canazzi
When I click on a file type that Windows doesn't recognize, I
get this fly out business. It asks me what program I want to
use and gives me a somewhat inaccessible GUI type interface. By
routing around with the review type cursor, you can make
choices. I don't know if the fly out reference occurs any other
times, but this is where i get it in Window 8.1.
On 5/13/2016 7:16 AM, Gene wrote:
Flyout is a term long before Windows 10. I don't recall technically what a flyout is but I've seen the term network flyout when I issue an incompatible command to open the connection manager in the System Tray. I don't know if the term is used in other ways.
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Sent: Friday, May 13, 2016 3:58 AM
Subject: [nvda] Fly Outs?
so I've never come across these before.seems to be just in windows 10. What
are they and how does one interact with them exactly?
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