The only option I didn’t see you list was
to route the mouse to the navigator item and then click the
I have seen one style of graphical link
that Firefox screen readers can’t seem to use at all.
These links have a graphic that is a
background image (thereby occupying no real space and then the
link is labeled for screen readers with “off screen text”. I
think Firefox knows the text is out of the view port but the
scrren reader commands to move mouse to content and then click
perhaps are trying to move the mouse to the entirely wrong
place. On the sites I help with accessibility on, we were able
to tell the developers to use an aria-label instead of off
screen text and this solved the problem. But unless you can
talk to the developer of the site I guess you can’t go that
In which case the only other solution I can
think of is try another browser or screen reader.
I hope someone can help me here.
Once in a while, more and more lately it
seems, I can not click with the enter key, or control enter,
or the space bar and even with the num pad using numpad 0
So how do you click on a link in that
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