Re: NVDA & IE11, figured it out


Gene New Zealand <hurrikennyandopo@...>
 

Hi


the section in the user guide that might or will help you is section 6
to 6.2 in the user guide.


the first part is about browse mode i think it also mentions about going
between modes with the nvda key + space bar.


6.1 is about single letter navigation keys which you use in browse mode.


6.2 is the elements list if you want to use it to jump through the links
etc quickly. Other people might do it with the single letter navigation
keys.


Gene nz

On 8/7/2018 1:32 AM, Larry Higgins wrote:
Hello again listers,


As so often happens, after asking, something happens that leads me
right to the answer.


I  was just reading through the posts on the list earlier this
morning, and found that someone was having trouble with there use of
ZoomText (don't remember what the issue was), but they talked about
switching between focus and browse mode, which for some unknown reason
I assumed that brows was no longer being used by newer versions of
screen readers. I looked up the key command for browse mode, and used
it, and I was in business. Guess I'm in  no position to remind anybody
about assuming <smile>?


I need to get to RTFMing real soon, as I am in the fourth day of a
seven day trial period for Code Factory Eloquence, and need to give
NVDA a bit of a work out, along with the synthesizer.


I find, at least for me, that NVDA is much more of a pleasant
experience     with Eloquence, my long time preferred voice.


Thanks for all of your help, it is really very much appreciated.


Larry



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