I want to make sure I am understanding this correctly. I have
been using the keystrokes insert + numpad slash when highlighting
the submit button and have then pressed the numpad slash by itself
to try to activate it. I have also tried insert + numpad minus to
highlight the item and have then used numpad slash by itself to
try to activate it. Am I missing something else?
On 9/25/2018 11:02 PM, Gene wrote:
Developers may want to comment.
I call it the virtual mouse but technically, I'm not sure
what it should be called. As I understand it, whether you route
the mouse with the NVDA numpad command or with the Golden
Triangle, you are routing the actual thing the physical mouse
moves. You can see what you can do in this case but I wouldn't
be surprised if you have to use a physical mouse and click the
physical mouse. there are times, I don't know why, when I can
move the mouse with the numpad command to the right place and
clicking it does nothing. I suspect I could use a physical
mouse and click it successfully instead.
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Sent: Tuesday, September 25, 2018 9:35 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Problem With Submit Button On
My Banking Site
On Tue, Sep 25, 2018 at 10:22 PM, Gene wrote:
he golden cursor, I believe, works with the same
virtual mouse as NVDA does.
Well, whatever it works with it actually moves the physical mouse
pointer along with it. The position is expressed based on the
actual screen resolution, which is why if you're sharing location
data you have to be sure that the screen resolution on both
machines is the same and that the window in question is maximized.
When I move the mouse using Golden Cursor it moves precisely as
though I were moving the mouse itself (but, of course, a bit more
orderly since arrow keys are being used).
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